Sreekar Prasad, one of the best editors in India, has entered the Limca Book of Records. He has received this prestigious honour for editing films in 15 Indian languages, apart from few foreign films. Moreover, the Limca Book of Records team noted that Sreekar Prasad has won seven national awards and a special jury award for film editing, which is the most won by any editor in recent years.
In the past, Sreekar Prasad has edited films like Okkadu, Nirnayam, Sakhi, Jalsa and Panjaa and he won National awards for films like Raakh, The Terrorist, Vanaprastham, Firaaq and Mani Ratnam’s Amrutha (Kannathil Mutthamittal in Tamil).
He learnt the art from his father, Akkineni Sanjivi, who was a prolific film editor in his heydays, and he made his debut as an editor in Aamir Khan starrer Raakh.
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