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Sundarra Elangovan Tamil Actor

Sundarra Elangovan

Sundarra Elangovan is a director, screenplay writer, and a dialogue writer in the Indian film industry. He is Bala’s associate director and works predominantly in the Tamil film industry. He belongs to the South Indian state Chennai. He was born on 28th March. He is famous for his film named “Arthanaari” which is a Tamil film that released in the theatres of India on the 8th of July in the year 2016. It is his debut film in the Tamil film industry. He directed this film along with the producer A. S. Muthamizh, co-producer G. K. Murugan and production executive J Arul Selvan under the name of the production company called “Kiruthikaa Film Creation.” He also did the screenplay and dialogue writing for the film. The director of photography for his film was Shri Ranjan Rao. The music area included V Selvaganesh as the music director, KabilanVairamuthu as the lyricist, and Karthik, M. M. Manasi, and W. Prasanna as the playback singers under the music label of the company known by the name “DiVO.” It is a feature film that came under the U/A category. Its genre includes action, crime, and thriller along with some sort of drama. His cast members were actress Arundhati who played the female lead of his film, actor Ram Kumar who played the male lead, and actors Nassar and Naan Kadavul Rajendran who were in the supporting roles. The story of his film shows the life of a female police officer named Sathya that is played by Arundhati. She is a brave and fearless police officer who is doing the investigation of a case where many innocent children get kidnapped by a kidnapping gang. She goes to any lengths to perform her duty well and to search for that kidnapping racket, and save the life of those innocent kids. She gets the support of a kind-hearted man named Karthik (played by Ram Kumar) who eventually falls for her and tries to win her heart. His career in the film industry as a director started well. The film was neither a big hit nor a flop. It was loved by most of its audience, and hence it proved to be a good start for his career as a director. All the actors played their parts to their best, and the film came out to be a success for him.