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  • Production on the film was temporarily halted when the director, Jeeva, died of cardiac arrest and the film was completed by the crew members.Kangana Ranaut-Wikipedia
  • While working as an assistant software engineer, Arya was approached by the cinematographer Jeeva to audition for his Ullam Ketkumae in 2003.Arya (actor)-Wikipedia
  • Jeeva was initially announced as the cinematographer of the film, and he had taken over the role for a day of the shooting.Dasavathaaram-Wikipedia
  • Actually, he joined as the sixth assistant to Sreeram when Jeeva, another prominent figure in cinematography was the first assistant to Sreeram.K. V. Anand-Wikipedia
  • Harris once again paired up with director Jeeva on Ullam Ketkumae after 12B.Harris Jayaraj-Wikipedia
  • Next, he starred in the action thriller Dhaam Dhoom, directed by cinematographer-director Jeeva, who died in the midst of the film's shooting in Russia.Jayam Ravi-Wikipedia

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