Sreehari Rajesh

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Born18 October 2005
OccupationFilm Maker
Years active2019
  • Rajesh Ramakrishnan (father)
  • Kavitha Rajesh (mother)

Sreehari Rajesh is a filmmaker from Kochi, India. He is notable for his Short film and documentaries. The young filmmaker also does Film editing, cinematography, Sound recording and reproduction, scriptwriting and so on in the films directed by him. The first notable work by the filmmaker was Puka-The Killing Smoke, which were launched by P. Vijayan, Sreehari Rajesh makes movies about social issues and problems faced by people.

Personal Life

Sreehari Rajesh was born on October 18, 2005, in Kochi. He was born to Kavitha Rajesh and Rajesh Ramakrishnan. He is studying in Bhavan's Vidya Mandir, Eroor.

Early life

Sreehari Rajesh started loving movies when he was a kid. At the age of 9, He started playing with his friends and cousins by making films on his father's smartphone. After years, the game turned into making social awareness movies. He was interested to know about 35mm film and how the movie projectors work. After he acted in a cartoon series on Kochu Tv, He came forward with his notable film Puka-The Killing Smoke. He is a great fan of Hollywood filmmakers Christopher Nolan and Quentin Tarantino. He considers Kill Bill: Volume 1 and Interstellar (film) as his favorite films made by the filmmakers.


  • Puka-The Killing Smoke ( 2019)
  • The Change- Let's make it happen ( 2020)
  • Silent Roads (2020)
  • Charles-The man who feeds stray dogs (2020)
  • Hutch (2020)
  • Sthaayi movi (announced)

Style of filmmaking

The filmmaker makes movies with a simple storyline. The audience could also see much-hidden meaning in the story, cinematography, and many others. He uses low cost cameras and records sound with lapel mic and mobile phones. The filmmaker cast actors from people around him. He selects people who would be connected to the character. Sreehari doesn't keep a written script. He directs actors to tell their own dialogues according to the situation. The filmmaker says that these methods make his movies more natural.


" With each shot, you could improve and learn more "

" Ignore discouragement, Move ahead with your goal "

" Even a phone camera is enough. Experiment with what you have. "

" Don't imitate other filmmakers. There's content around you. "


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