V. Manikandan is a leading Indian cinematographer. Since his debut Atharmam (1994), he has shot some of India’s biggest hits including Main Hoon Na (2004), Om Shanti Om (2007), both starring Shahrukh Khan; and Kuch Naa Kaho (2003), starring Aishwarya Rai. Winner of the Film Fare Award for Best Cinematographer for Anniyan (2005); he is an acclaimed cinematographer for television commercials with more than 3,000 to his credit.

Accolades

Santosh Sivan and V Manikandan
Best Cinematography, 2010

Santosh Sivan and V Manikandan

Best Cinematography, 2010

Santosh Sivan and V Manikandan

Raavan

Santosh Sivan is an acclaimed Indian director and cinematographer who has received five National Film Awards, three Filmfare and ten international film festival awards. His…

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Films

Om Shanti Om
2008

Om Shanti Om

India
2008

Om Shanti Om

Om Shanti Om is the saga of Om Prakash Makhija a junior artiste in the golden days of 70’s Hindi cinema. He is in love…

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Raavan
2010

Raavan

India
2010

Raavan

A bandit leader kidnaps the wife of the policeman who killed his sister, but later falls in love with her.

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