Shajith Koyeri

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Shajith Koyeri
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Occupation Sound editor, Sound designer, Dialogue editor, Foley editor, Premixing
Years active1999 - Present

Shajith Koyeri is a sound designer in the field of sync sound technique in Indian cinema. A recipient of the National Film Awards for Omkara , Shajith also won two Filmfare awards and two IIFA Awards. [1] He is also the recipient of the Star Screen Award for Kaminey. [2] [3] Shajith is also known for his work in Foley editing and pre-mixing. [4]

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Early life

Shajith Koyeri was born in Punnol in Kannur district of Kerala, to Soma Sundaran and Rathibayi. [5] He attended Brennan College in Thalassery for his higher studies. He has relocated to Mumbai in 1999.His first independent work was with the movie, Perfect Husband in 2003. Later he worked for films like Sanjay Leela Bhansali's Black and Saawariya, Shimit Amin's Ab Tak Chappan, Ketan Mehta's Mangal Pandey: The Rising, Rohan Sippy's Bluffmaster!, Shashant Shah's Dasvidaniya and Chalo Dilli, Aparna Sen’s 15 Park Avenue, Abhishek Chaubey’s Ishqiya, Vishal Bhardwaj's Maqbool, The Blue Umbrella, Omkara and Kaminey , 7 Khoon Maaf to jot down a few. Besides, he has also worked on many documentaries and short films that have been showcased in film festivals around the world . [6] Life story of Shajith is narrated in The Echo (Graphic Novel) which appeared in Malayala Manorama [7]

Awards and nominations

Shajith Koyeri receiving National Film Award Shajith Koyeri Receiving National Film Award.jpg
Shajith Koyeri receiving National Film Award

Selected filmography

Work as a Sound designer for Short films & Documentary

Documentary

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