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Attu-fame Rishi Rithvik's next titled Marijuana

Also starring Asha Parthalom, the film has cinematography by Bala Rosaiah, assistant to cinematographer-actor Natty, while the music is by another debutant Karthick Guru

Published on 23rd October 2018

Natty-Manisha Yadav’s film named Sandi Muni

The film will be helmed by a debutant director Milka S Selvakumar, who worked with choreographer turned director Raghava Lawrence in Kanchana 2

Published on 26th September 2018

Natty’s next to be shot in a single schedule

The film also stars Pooja Devariya and Malayalam actor Lal

Published on 20th June 2018

Natty's next, a crime thriller 

Directed by Aaaah-fame duo Hari and Haresh,  Natarajan Subramaniam's next has been titled Silk

Published on 1st April 2018

Natarajan to join hands with Rahman

The actor, incidentally, has returned to his camera duties with his next release, Chal Mohana Ranga

Published on 5th March 2018

'Who wouldn't like being compared to Rajini sir?''

... says actor-cinematographer Natarajan Subramaniam aka Natty, who plays a meaty role in the just-released Richie

Published on 11th December 2017

Richie: The whole lesser than the sum of its parts

The film is littered with Biblical references but falls short of doing justice to its characters due to paucity of time.

Published on 8th December 2017

Location Diaries: Something fishy on the sets of Richie

This weekly column details the fascinating encounters that often take place on the sets of a film

Published on 10th July 2017
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Bongu: A heist film that fails to steal us  

Cast: Natarajan Subramaniam, Ruhi Singh, Sharath Lohitashwa, Atul Kulkarni
Director: Taj

Published on 2nd June 2017

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