Indian films: The real scene-stealers

by Peter D. Marshall

by Deepika Ramesh.

Kangana Ranaut in Krrish 3

Indian cinema has evolved over the last 100 years. Advancement of technology has added a new edge and finesse to translating the vision and story onto the big screen. Yet a film’s success is mostly credited to the director’s vision and actors’ prowess. Seldom is a film editor or sound engineer or cinematographer lauded or recognised.

From not being invited to promotional events to not sharing the limelight at award functions, editors and cinematographers have been working silently behind the scenes, unknown to the multitudes. But times are changing, as is the audience. And their skill is gradually being lauded by cinegoers.

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