Ajith Nair

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Ajith Nair
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Born (1972-11-17) 17 November 1972 (age 48)
Thavinhal, Kerala, India
Occupation Indian film director, screenwriter, cinematographer, lyricist, producer
Years active 2010–present
Spouse(s) Sindhu
Children Nandu Ajith, Gopu Ajith

Ajith Nair (Template:Lang-ml) is a writer, cinematographer, Indian film director [1] and producer known for his work in Malayalam cinema.[2] He is the first Indian director to shoot Nilavu the first Indian Feature film from [3] Bahrain.[4] He had worked in the production team of international documentaries including BBC and National Geographic and many corporate movies. He started as a stringer with a local daily in Kerala.

Ajith Nair's upcoming Malayalam film Arabana (Wheelbarrow) [5] will feature the emotional struggles faced by expatriate workers in the Middle East. It will be shot entirely in the Kingdom of Bahrain.

The film's main plot revolves around a famous playwright who is invited to stage his award-winning drama in Bahrain. The whole drama changes after an accident that involves one of the cast. The film portrays some of vital issues of social relevance and concerns of fellow countrymen in this part of the world.

An anthology of stories, memoirs and travel notes by Ajith Nair with a foreword by film director Hariharan, Ormakal Pookkunnidam [6] has recently been published by Olive books with a glimpses of the innocence of childhood, lives of expatriates and experiences of a cinematographer. The book is autobiographical, to a great extent.[7]

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