T. MuthuRaj (conceived 29 July 1969 in Coimbatore, India) is an Indian film creation fashioner. He entered the entertainment world subsequent to finishing his B.Sc. degree in expressive arts as first collaborator to Sabu Cyril after which he has filled in as creation fashioner in widely praised and celebrated films in significant Indian dialects.
His large break came in the 1997 Malayalam movie Guru featuring Mohanlal and Suresh Gopi, coordinated by Rajiv Anchal, for which he got the Kerala State Film Award for Best Art Director. Muthuraj has since worked in such way breaking hits as Arputha Theevu, Angaditheru, Pazhasi Raja, Irumbukottai Murattu Singham and Avan Ivan. He has added to the outcome of 43 element films and 185 plugs. He has won many movie grants for best craftsmanship bearing and for his inventive works. His work in Nanban (2012) coordinated by Shankar, had won gigantic appreciation from all quarters.
He is the Production Designer of the Asia’s Biggest movie 2.0 which is coordinated by Director Shankar. MuthuRaj was brought into the world in Coimbatore on 29 July 1969. He moved on from the Government College of Fine Arts, Chennai in 1991. He was the primary partner of Sabu Cyril craftsmanship chief.
Butterflies (1993), Yuvathurki (1996), Master (1997), Chitrashalabham (1998), Chinthavishtayaya, Shyamala (1998), Olympiyan Anthony Adam (1999), Priyamanavale (2000), Irandar Paavam, Irandu, Per (2003), Backwaters, Thousand years Stars (2000), Solla Marandha Kadhai (2002), Punnagai, Poove (2003), Varnajalam (2004), Alice in Wonderland (2005), Naam, Devadoothan (2000), Thirumagan (2007), Mineral Kadal (2007), Kanna (2007), Pazhassi Raja (2009), Angadi Theru (2010), Ponnar Shankar (2011), Avan Ivan (2011), Nanban (2012), Raja Rani (2013), Oru Kanniyum, Moonu Kalavaanikalum (2014), Arima Nambi (2014), I (2015), Puli (2015), Theri (2016), Remo (2016), Mersal(2017), Velaikkaran (2017), 2.0 (2018), Bigil (2019), Ayalaan (2022), Indian 2 (2022), Jawan (2023)
- 1997 – Kerala State Film Award for Best Art Director for Guru
- 1997 – Padmarajan Award
- 1997 – Film Fraternity Award
- 1998 – Film Critics Award
- 2000 – MathruBhumi Award
- 2000 – Film Critics Award
- 2009 – Kerala State Film Award, Best Art Director
- 2010 – MathruBhumi Award
- 2010 – Variety Award
- 2011 – Surya Award
- 2012 – Edison Award
- 2018 – Vijay Award for Best Art Direction – Velaikkaran