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V C Guhanathan

Born in 1951, in Pungudutivu, Sri Lanka, V. Chellaiah Guhanathan is a movie director, screenwriter, and producer who dealt with Indian Tamil movies. He is the son of Rajeswari and Chelliah with seven siblings. He lived in Jaffna until the point when he was eleven years of age, before moving to India. Guhanathan went to Pachaiyappa's College, and his written skills capacities were first noticed by on-screen character MGR, who recommended he took a shot at movie contents and named him as director Chankaya's partner. He initially worked on the story for film Pudhiya Boomi in 1968 featuring Jayalalitha and M. G. Ramachandran, at the age of 17. Guhanathan later joined AVM Studios on an agreement and continued to write for films starring Akkineni Nageswara Rao, Sivaji Ganesan, and NTR. He additionally composed Kumarikottam by Pa.Neelakandhan. Under the guidance of A. V. Meiyappan, he appeared as a producer at the age of 20 under the label of AVM Chithramala Combines and made fruitful movies. Guhanathan made the film Sudarum Sooravaliyum in 1971 by Puttanna Kanagal starring R. Muthuraman and Gemini Ganesan. In 1972, he produced motion picture Kanimuthu Paappa directed by S. P. Muthuraman featuring R. Muthuraman and Jaishankar. He made the film Rajapart Rangadurai by P.Mathavan starring Ushanandini and Sivaji Ganesan in 1973. In 1973, he produced the movie Petha Manam Pithu by S. P. Muthuraman featuring Muthuraman and Jaya. D. Ramanaidu, the Telugu maker, at that point, asked for Guhanathan to coordinate his Tamil creation, Madura Geetham in 1977, and since he went ahead to make additional films incorporating wanders with Ajith Kumar and Rajinikanth. Since 2010, Guhanathan had composed 249 scripts in nine Indian dialects and delivered 51 motion pictures in Tamil. He coordinated 49 movies in Telugu and Tamil such as Kai Naattu, Michael Raj, Minor Mappillai, Aadhikkam and many more. He hitched to on-screen character Jaya, who he met through the film Kanimuthu Paappa. In May of 2009, Guhanathan selected to the South Indian Film Employees Federation and vowed to enhance conditions and work intimately with producers. During his era, he managed issues including the ninth All India Film Employees Federation Conference, the arrival of Enthiran in 2010 and the statement made by performing artist Arya against the Tamil film industry in Chennai. He quit in 2011 soon after the State decisions result discharged and withdrawn from his post all the while with Rama Narayanan who resigned the TFPC.

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V C Guhanathan Tamil Actor