The story of Murugadoss is one of those typical ones of the small town boy making it big in tinsel town by dint of strong determination and hard work. Coming from an unpretentious background he entered Tamil films back in 2004, featuring in the film “Ghilli” where although he did not play a very significantly prominent role, was seen throughout the movie flitting in and out of scenes as a member of a Kabaddi team. He had to wait for seven long years before he could really catch the attention of the audience in “Aadukalam”. His depiction of a devoted friend to the famous Dhanush, rubbed off on him too, and that, along with the success of the film itself, brought him the turnaround that he was looking for all along. In fact, his success in this film brought him a name – in the physical sense too! Thenceforth, his screen name became Aadukalam Murugadoss.Although he did not figure in any lead roles immediately thereafter, he was seen portraying several strong character roles as the second hero or as one of the main protagonists. Some laudable roles in which his acting drew critical acclaim included his depiction of a mentally challenged person in “Mounaguru”, and again as one of the main characters in the action films “ThadaiyaraThaakka” and “ Mugamoodi Click to look into! >> Read More... Mugamoodi ”.In a role reversal of sorts, he played a comic character in“Kan Pesum Vaarthaigal”, which too entertained his fans immensely. Having persevered for over a decade in the Tamil film industry in various roles, he has at last been able to start securing lead roles for himself. In 2014,the film “Kalvargal” would see him as the main hero for the first time, and many of his fans feel, this would be the second major landmark in his career, after “Aadukalam”.Others, more on the superstitious side, attribute this to a change in fortunes, triggered by his marriage in the very same year!

Chitti Babu

For one who had delivered so much laughter and joy into the hearts of his cine going fans, the untimely death of Chitti Babu at the age of 41 must have been a most unfortunate happening. In the ten years that he was actively associated with the world of films he enthralled all who were fortunate to view his films with his characteristic combination of comedy and fun. Perhaps it was appropriate for him to take on a more casual sounding and commonly used nick name like Chitti Babu, instead of his more formal Sajjiah Adeeb. Before entering films Chitti Babu was associated with Tamil TV and was a very popular anchor on Sun TV, associated with the “Asatha Povathu yaaru” a stand up comedy program, as also a similar programme on Jaya TV. His advent to the world of films started in 2002 with the Mani Ratnam film “Five Star” about college friends, where Chitti Babu played in the supporting role of a Travelling Ticket Examiner. His 12 years career in the Tamil film industry was, however, interrupted in between by health problems which constantly troubled Chitti Babu till the time of his untimely death, although by demeanour he always wanted to project a carefree nature. In his total tally of around 25 films he mostly featured in comic supporting roles, a genre in which he got almost stereo typed. This is because he seemed to excel in such roles. Some of his notable films spread across various themes included “Boys” which dealt about teenage issues; “Dhool” an action thriller subsequently dubbed / remade in Malayalam and Telegu after its success; “Sivakasi”, which was another action thriller, while “Dasavatharam” ,starring Kamal Hasan was based on science fiction and “Mappillai” was a typical ‘masala’ film, starring Dhanush. His last film was “Madha Gadha Raja”, which incidentally was released after his death and has a Telegu version too with a different name.

Chitti Babu Tamil Actor