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Dinesh Kumar (choreographer)

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Occupation  dance choreographer
Role  Choreographer
Name  Dinesh Kumar

Spouse(s)  Revathy
Years active  2001—present
Movies  Elaan

Awards  Vijay Award for Best Choreographer
Similar People  Prabhu Deva, Gopi Sunder, Vetrimaaran, Harris Jayaraj, G V Prakash Kumar

Dinesh Kumar (mononymously known as Dinesh) is an Indian choreographer working with South Indian films, including Tamil films. He won the 2011 National Film Award for Best Choreography for his work in Aadukalam (Tamil)

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Dinesh Kumar is born in Chennai and currently resides in Chennai. He won the 58th National Film Award for Best Choreographer for the Film "Aadukalam". He won rich praises from the Jury with the comments 'This National Award for Best Choreography is awarded to Dinesh Kumar For the Native Charm and Innovative Design in the art of Choreography that creates an Effervescent Energy in the Spectator".

He also won the Filmfare Award for Best Dance Choreographer – South for Ayan (2009).

He has also won Vijay Award for Best Choreographer twice, Pokkiri (2007) and Easan (2010).

Filmography

  • Manadhai Thirudivittai (2001)
  • Shahjahan (2001)
  • Thamizhan (2002)
  • April Maadhathil (2002)
  • Youth (2002)
  • Bagavathi (2002)
  • Ramanaa (2002)
  • Dum (2003)
  • Anbe Sivam (2003)
  • Vaseegara (2003)
  • Parthiban Kanavu (2003)
  • Jay Jay (2003)
  • Saamy (2003)
  • Machi (2004)
  • Giri (2004)
  • Attahasam (2004)
  • Vasool Raja MBBS (2004)
  • M. Kumaran S/O Mahalakshmi (2004)
  • Chellamae (2004)
  • Pudhukottaiyilirundhu Saravanan (2004)
  • Arul (2004)
  • Rajamanikyam (2005) (malayalam)
  • February 14 (2005)
  • Thotti Jaya (2005)
  • Majaa (2005)
  • Sandakozhi (2005)
  • Sivakasi (2005)
  • Ghajini (2005)
  • Daas (2005)
  • Maayavi (2005)
  • Devathayai Kanden (2005)
  • Ji (2005)
  • Raam (2005)
  • Jithan (2005)
  • Rendu (2006)
  • Something Something... Unakkum Enakkum (2006)
  • Vathiyar (2006)
  • Thimiru (2006)
  • Vikramarkudu (2006) (telugu)
  • Pudhupettai (2006)
  • Pokkiri (2007)
  • Chotta Mumbai (2007) (malayalam)
  • Dubai Seenu (2007) (telugu)
  • Yamadonga (2007) (telugu)
  • Desamuduru (2007) ( telugu)
  • Thaamirabharani (2007)
  • Azhagiya Tamil Magan (2007)
  • Aalwar (2007)
  • Kireedam (2007)
  • Paruthiveeran (2007)
  • Vel (2007)
  • Annan Thambi (2008) (malayalam)
  • Souryam (2008) (telugu)
  • Thiruvannamalai (2008)
  • Satyam (2008)
  • Aegan (2008)
  • Yaaradi Nee Mohini (2008)
  • Kick (2009) (telugu)
  • Bumper Offer (2009) (telugu)
  • Malai Malai (2009)
  • Villu (2009)
  • Laadam (2009)
  • Thoranai (2009)
  • Pasanga (2009)
  • Naadodigal (2009)
  • Subramaniapuram (2009)
  • Padikkadavan (2009)
  • Aadhavan (2009)
  • Vettaikaaran (2009)
  • Yogi (2009)
  • Sarvam (2009)
  • Ayan (2009)
  • Anwar (2010) (Malayalam)
  • Varudu (2010) (Telugu)
  • Ragada (2010) (Telugu)
  • Maanja Velu (2010)
  • Bale Pandiya (2010)
  • Inidhu Inidhu (2010)
  • Easan (2010)
  • Vamsam (2010)
  • Madrasapattinam (2010)
  • Chikku Bukku (2010)
  • Sura (2010)
  • Enthiran (2010)
  • Mandhira Punnagai (2010)
  • Boss Engira Bhaskaran (2010)
  • Kaavalan (2011)
  • Poraali (2011)
  • Aadukalam (2011)
  • Panjaa (2011) (Telugu)
  • Dookudu (2011) (Telugu)
  • Thambi Vettothi Sundaram (2011)
  • Mouna Guru (2011)
  • Vandhaan Vendraan (2011)
  • Ko (2011)
  • Velayudham (2011)
  • Sadhurangam (2011)
  • Oru Kal Oru Kannadi (2011)
  • Kazhugu (2012)
  • Businessman (2012)
  • Devudu Chesina Manushulu (2012) (Telugu)
  • Thuppaki (2012)
  • Cameraman Gangatho Rambabu (2012) (Telugu)
  • Gabbar Singh (2012) (Telugu)
  • Genius (2012) (Telugu)
  • Dhoni (2012)
  • Sundarapandian (2012)
  • Maattrraan (2012)
  • Naan Rajavaga Pogiren (2013)
  • Naayak (2013) (Telugu)
  • Seethamma Vakitlo Sirimalle Chettu (2013) (Telugu)
  • Matru Ki Bijlee Ka Mandola (2013) (hindi)
  • Thalaivaa (2013)
  • Arrambam (2013)
  • Ameerin Aadhi Baghavan (2013)
  • Attarintiki Daredi (2013)
  • Ethir Neechal (2013)
  • All in All Azhagu Raja (2013)
  • Varuthapadatha Valibar Sangam (2013)
  • Kedi Billa Killadi Ranga (2013)
  • Kutti Puli (2013)
  • Desingu Raja (2013)
  • Veeram (2014)
  • Idhu Kathirvelan Kadhal (2014)
  • Maan Karate (2014)
  • Vallinam (2014)
  • Oru Kanniyum Moonu Kalavaanikalum (2014)
  • Ninaithathu Yaaro (2014)
  • Sathuranga Vettai (2014)
  • Manjapai (2014)
  • Vanavarayan Vallavarayan (2014)
  • Komban (2015)
  • Nannbenda (2015)
  • Rajini Murugan (2016)
  • Gethu (2016)
  • 24 (2016)
  • Brahmotsavam (film) (2016)
  • Bairavaa (film) (2017)
  • Personal life

    Family

    Dinesh Kumar is married to Revathy, his friend. They both were residing in Lein Street in Uthandi, Chennai. Dinesh had admitted to his interview with Kumudham magazine that it was his wife who supported him on difficult time when he was aspiring to get into the Film Industry.

    Dinesh studied in Rama Krishna Vidyalaya in T.Nagar and later in Nandanam Arts College. He was introduced to Sunadaram Master ( Mugur Sundar) by Nagendra Prasad (Youngest brother of Prabhu Deva and Raju Sundaram) and was inducted to the team of Prabhu Deva and Raju Sundaram. He is born with four brother's Ravi,Sathish,Kavin And Sajimal.

    References

    Dinesh Kumar (choreographer) Wikipedia


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