Ashok Mehta’s camera does its work in the limits of realistic cinematography. Even for grammar photography, he does not need any gimmick and neither does he touch the basic grammar of the camera. Ashok Mehta says “Every film whatever you do, your work should go with the film and story and that is what is important. Best movies are those which have everything together and not scattered here and there. We use the same camera as anyone else would so the equipment remains the same but how you make it work is the art of filmmaking.”
Ashok Mehta was born in 1947 in Punjab, India. He is known for his work on Moksha: Salvation (2001), 36 Chowringhee Lane (1981) and Chalte Chalte (2003). He died on August 15, 2012 in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India.
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