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KGF cinematographer Bhuvan Gowda in demand

The Yash-starrer is the cinematographer's second collaboration with Prashanth Neel

Published: 12th November 2018

The release of the KGF trailer, and the way it has been welcomed universally, has impressed celebrities and important members of the film fraternity across the country. With the trailer crossing millions of views, the Yash-starrer has been a hot topic of discussion with people talking about the filming, the actor, the director and even the production quality.

However, the cinematography by Bhuvan Gowda seems to have attracted the most praise. Bhuvan’s phone has been buzzing non-stop with calls from various filmmakers from South India as well as Bollywood. However, the cinematogrpaher is in no hurry to push ahead with his career. “I am happy that my work is recognised across other languages. But I want to wait for KGF's release before I make my next move,” he says.

Bhuvan started out as a cinematographer with Ugramm and KGF sees him collaborating with director Prashanth Neel for the second time. The film, made in Kannada, will also be released in Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam and Hindi.

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