Raja Mohammad is an editor for Indian films and is involved in the working of the Malayalam and the Tamil film industries. Born in Chennai, Tamil Nadu Raja Mohammad has received much critical fame in his career. In his early ventures, Raja was involved in the editing and work on Malayalam movies. The first movie he worked on was in 2002 by the name 'Nakshathrakkannulla Rajakumaran Avanundoru Rajakumari’. In the coming years, he worked on subsequent films - ‘Kaazhcha’ in 2004, 'Thanmathra’ in 2005 and 'Palunku’ in 2006.

'Nal Damayanti’ was his first attempt at Tamil movie editing of a 2003 movie under Kamal Hassan’s production banner. The editors’ consistent work in many more films led him to receive an award for his 20th movie 'Paruthiveeran’ in 2007. Paruthiveeran was also a hit among the people in the audience. He got the award for the 'National Film Award for Best Editing’. Raja has worked in close coordination with Blessy, Malayalam director for some movies and wonderfully enough these movies worked to make his career more promising.

In a few movies, he was involved with Rajnesan. He has, since then, switched over from Malayalam to Tamil films. The talent in his ventures naturally did not go unchecked and he was further involved in many other film projects of the Tamil industry. ‘ Subramaniapuram’ a 2008 movie by M. Sasikumar in which he debuted as a director was edited by Raja Mohammad and led him to be awarded Vijay Award for the category of Best Editor. Other wonderful films by the editor include Mandhira Punnagai in 2010, Pranayam and Mouna Guru in 2011, Eetti in 2015 and Susi Ganesan’s 2017 movie Thiruttuppayale 2.