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Arrambam (aka) Aarambam cameraman Om Prakash speaks about Ajith and the movie's shoots

''Ajith has amazing camera sense and a keen eye for detail''

Oct 22, 2013
Having already worked on films like Naanayam, Neethane En Ponvasantham and Vaagai Sooda Vaa, Arrambam's cameraman Om Prakash says it is the professionalism of the lead actor that brings the best out of any cameraman.

The first eye to witness any film is the eye of the cameraman and when the cameraman endorses that his creation gets better with professionalism, it just goes to show how much more one gets when you have a senior and dedicated actor like Ajith donning the screen.
Praising the dedication, professionalism and motivation of Ajith, Om Prakash says

"With a keen eye for detail and amazing camera sense, Ajith Sir got into the thick of things during the shoot and didn't forego any opportunity to give positive feedback to me - a huge motivation for me and something that made me push myself to the limit
Ajith's accident was widely covered and seen by all, and giving an insight into the same Om Prakash says

"The car was travelling at over 100 km/hr. The scene was for over 7 minutes where Ajith Sir's knee was getting battered on the bonnet of the car he fell on. I was just recording the emotions on his face without realizing what Ajith Sir was going through, he didnt even wince for a second and his first show of emotion came after the director said shot ok. The entire unit was scared for Ajith Sir but he comforted all of us by asking us to relax in spite of the pain. Dawn next day the expectation was he would not turn for the shoot but he was the first person on the set with the clear intention of completing the sequence by himself and not using a body double, dedication at its height is what I would say and inspiration unlimited"
"Although this was a long schedule it was a lot of fun, with Arya around there was no shortage of pranks. Arya again was at his funny best off the screen and when the moment the shot was ready he went into the zone, another actor par excellence
People who have got a chance to watch the film ask me, with so many action sequences and chases how difficult was it to shoot. I would say it is very easy to station the camera at a point and shoot all day long but the fun and challenge is only when you have tough and diverse conditions with the lead actor ready to go the extra mile and get things going in the right direction. Kudos to Ajith sir and the crew of Arrambam."



Arrambam (aka) Aarambam cameraman Om Prakash speaks about Ajith and the movie's shoots

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