Born on July 1, 1977, in Krishnagiri region, Tamil Nadu, G Murali is an Indian Cinematographer in Tamil Film Industry. He started his profession as a painter. His folks wanted him to be an Engineer or a Doctor. Be that as it may, his qualities as a craftsman, an attribute he soaked up from his mom, an instructor, rapidly attracted him to cinematography. In the wake of working for almost five years, he finally decided to explore his choices in the film industry. At Kumbakonam, from the Government College of Fine Arts, he took a four-year certification in fine arts from 1998 to 2003. Later at the well known Pune Film Institute, under the guidance and direction of
Balu Mahendra, he finished his post-graduate diploma in cinematography.
He likewise had the chance to blend with driving motion picture directors and also bigwigs in the scholarly world through his relationship with Arumbu Kalaikkuzhu, a popular troupe situated in Tiruvannamalai. During the completion of his Plus Two, he moved to Tiruvannamalai, and was a part of road and kids' plays on different social issues. In 2010, he won the Rajat Kamal and Rs. 50,000 money prize at the 58th Indian National Film Awards. His work in non-highlight movies class, a narrative named "Shyam Raat Seher" in English and Hindi nominated him for the prestigious award. The movie received the best cinematography at the 2010 Fuji Film's national level competitions. For Arunima Sharma, a similar narrative additionally brought the national honor for best direction.
This intrigue moved him into the universe of movies. Afterward, he made his debut as a cinematographer with "Andhala Rakshasi", which was directed by Hanu Raghavapudi's and released in 2012. In 2013, the greatest defining moment of his life came, when he teamed up with Pa Ranjith to make "
Madras", starring Karthi and
Catherine Tresa. His work was broadly valued in the motion picture and the long run it drove him to join the group of movie "
Kabali", which was directed by Pa. Ranjith. In spite of the fact that Murali tries hard to conceal his 'fan kid' side, it was evident that he was excited to work with Rajinikanth and says that was elevated to an even bigger fan of Rajinikanth by working with him. The national film honors advisory group's reference expressed that his ability was "inventive yet negligible". Murali with success of "Kabali" was recognized in the movie industry.