Saloo George

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Saloo George is an Indian cinematographer in Malayalam cinema. Saloo George graduated in cinematography from Adyar Film Institute, Chennai, Tamilnadu.



Saalu George graduated in cinematography from Adyar Film Institute, Chennai, Tamilnadu .

Personal life

Saalu George is married to Rekha George, children Joseph George, Abraham George, Cherian George.

Partial filmography

As cinematographer

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