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Ratnavelu is not a part of Allu Arjun-Sukumar's third movie Pushpa; Miroslaw Brozek replaces him as the cinematographer

Ratnavelu and Sukumar jointly worked for some super hits and Arya was the first film in their combination. Sukumar currently working with Pushpa movie.
by Xappie Desk | April 11, 2020 19:59 IST
Ratnavelu is not a part of Allu Arjun-Sukumar's third movie Pushpa; Miroslaw Brozek replaces him as the cinematographer

Stylish Star Allu Arjun joined hands with creative director Sukumar for the third film in their combination. Titled Pushpa, the first look of the movie is already out on the internet. On the occasion of Allu Arjun's birthday recently, the makers announced the title and revealed the first look. The first look opened to a terrific response from the audiences that even the makers didn't expect. Meanwhile, here is an interesting update on the project. Ace cinematographer Ratnavelu R, who is always a part of Sukumar's team, is not working on Pushpa. Instead of Ratnavelu, Miroslaw Brozek is on board to crank the camera.
 
Miroslaw Brozek has an impeccable record of working as a cinematographer for a lot of Hollywood projects. Pitbull, Kandyadat, The Son of Snow Queen, Mafia women, Botoks, Koblety Mafil, Pragues of Braslau, and Women of Mafia 2 are his works. Miroslaw Brozek made his debut in the Telugu film industry with Nani's Gang Leader. Vikram K Kumar is the director of the movie. Sukumar worked with Ratnavelu on the films Arya, Jagadam, 1 Nenokkadine, Nannaku Prematho, and Rangasthalam.
 
Ratnavelu usually takes up one project at a time and his mother too passed away recently. The reason for Ratnavelu not associated with the project is unknown. But, this is the first time that the combination of Sukumar and Ratnavelu is not happening for quite a long time now.
 
Devi Sri Prasad is the music director of the movie. Rashmika Mandanna plays the leading lady. Mythri Movie Makers bankrolls the film.
 
 
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