'The Greatest of All Time': 'Captain Miller' cinematographer Siddhartha Nuni opens up on working in the 'Thalapathy' Vijay and Venkat Prabhu film (EXCLUSIVE)

'The Greatest Of All Time': 'Captain Miller' Cinematographer Siddhartha Nuni Opens Up On Working In The 'Thalapathy' Vijay And Venkat Prabhu Film (EXCLUSIVE) - Tamil Movie Cinema News
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Cinematographer Siddhartha Nuni made heads turn in his Tamil cinema debut with his work in Silambarasan TR's Vendhu Thanindhathu Kaadu: Part I - The Kindling (2022). Currently awaiting the release of Captain Miller starring Dhanush under Arun Matheswaran's direction, he is also a part of 'Thalapathy' Vijay's The Greatest of All Time being directed by Venkat Prabhu, which features songs and a background score composed by Yuvan Shankar Raja. Siddhartha Nuni, who has been taking part in the promotions of Captain Miller, recently sat down with Galatta and opened up on his working experience in Vijay and Venkat Prabhu's The Greatest of All Time

Speaking about The Greatest of All Time, Siddhartha Nuni said, "I think I go to shoot every day as a new day. So, I think I feel I'm like a student of cinema. Every day is a new day for me. Every day is a new day of learning for me. And, I'm always getting inputs from the people around me. It is something [of a] collaborative art form. Otherwise, it's very difficult to work with such great minds and I'm grateful to God that I got this opportunity, and the people around make it easy for you." 

Upon being queried about Venkat Prabhu's films that he's watched growing up and how the filmmaker is celebrating his hero (Vijay) in The Greatest of All Time, Siddhartha Nuni stated, "He's such a lovely person honestly and I'm really grateful. It's been great." Announced to come out in theatres this year, The Greatest of All Time has Vijay playing father and son, and is the sixth time the Tamil superstar is appearing in in dual roles after films Azhagiya Tamil Magan (2007), Villu (2009), Kaththi (2014), Puli (2015), and Bigil (2019). 

Watch Siddhartha Nuni talk about The Greatest of All Time in the video below: