Bharath Srinivasan is a popular star in Tamil and Malayalam Industries.
He made his debut in “Boys” directed by Shankar. Though it was his first film, he did it perfectly. “Chellamae” and “Kadhal” made him to shine in Tamil film industry. “Chellamae” was the debut film of Vishal Krishna, in which Bharath did a villainy role. His role was to love the girl, who is elder than him. The elderly girl role was done by
and Reema too did it perfectly. “Kaadhal” with Sandhya made him to prove that, he is one among the best young talented actors. He performed extraordinarily well as a Mechanic named Murugan, who loves Aishwarya, a wealthy school girl. At the end of the movie, he becomes mad after a failed love and he got applauds in the theatres for his outstanding performance. His role in “Kanden Kadhalai” opposite
was also received well by the audience. He did all his roles with perfection. In “
”, he acted as a dumb boy and earned many fans for his performance. His Malayalam film “4 People” was a musical hit and he became popular in Mollywood too.
Director Thirumurugan’s silver screen debut was with Emtan Magan which is renamed as “Em Magan” with Bharath, Nasser, Saranya, Vadivelu and Gopika. “Veyyil” and “Nepali” added another feather in his cap. “
” is the Hindi film acted by Bharath. Currently, he has two Malayalam films and one Tamil film in his hand.
Young and talented Bharath is a Tamil film actor. This charming boy started his journey as early as when he was just 11 years as a dancer being associated with “Swingers International Dance Club”. The actor is not only a good actor but a terrific dancer. The director of movie “Boys” S. Shankar has spotted this talent in a dance program “Inspiration”. Bharath played the role of a guitarist in a boy band in the film.
Bharath was born in Tiruchirapalli and currently resides in Tamil Nadu. He has done his schooling and graduation from DAV Senior Secondary School, Anna Nagar and The New College, Chennai respectively.
Bharath’s first movie Boys was so popular that it was dubbed in other languages also. It became one of the biggest blockbusters of his career. And after that, there was no looking back. The movie in all languages was a super duper hit. The actor after this movie tried to experiment with his roles and he was successful in this way also. He played the negative character in “Chellamae”. In this movie the actor played a possessive lunatic lover who kidnaps his childhood crush. The actor received a lot of appreciation from critics for his performance, and the movie was a commercial success too.
Bharath got his first chance as a lead hero in the movie “Kaadhal”. This was an all-in-all romantic movie. The actor played boy next door. The movie received positive comments from critic world. The movie “Pattiyal” was a movie based on Indian Mafia. This movie was surrounded by controversies and was also a flop. But the character of Bharath, made news in the industry thus gaining him more popularity. Later he was cast in three more movies like “Chennai Kadhal” which was a romantic drama by director Vikram which proved to be a success. “Em Magan” was also a hit and “Veyyil” holds a distinction of being screened at Cannes Film Festival.
After “Veyyil”, Bharath experienced a down fall in his career. He did many movies in the year, but only “Pazhani” turned out to be a success for him. He was accused of taking up the same roles and not being unique in his characters. In the year 2009, the actor got featured in “Arumugam” and “Kandein Kadhalai”. “Kandein Kadhalai” turned out to be a successful venture for Bharath. He had his solo release in 2010 “Thambikku Indha Ooru” which did not do well at the box office as well as critically.
The year 2011 was a year of controversial year for Bharath. The actor had clashes with the director of the movie “
”. The actor said he did not get as much as publicity as his co-actor got in the movie promotions. The later year Bharath tried his hand at comedy with the movie “
” and action with the movie “Thiruthani”.
2013 was a year of relief for Bharath since he was appreciated for his role in “Ainthu Ainthu Ainthu”, but the movie was a flop at the box office. The actor also made his debut in Hindi film industry with a movie called “Jackpot”. After this movie he was again seen in Malayalam movies such as “
”, which became a hit, “1000: Oru Note Paranja Katha”, this movie failed and was not a success.
In personal life, the actor is married to a dentist in Dubai named Jeshly in the year 2013. He has a sister also who is younger than him named Preethi.
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Bharath or Bharath Srinivasan is a prominent Tamil actor. He is mostly known for his outstanding work in Boys (2003), Chellamae (2004), Kaadhai (2004), Pattiyal (2006) and Veyil (2006). Bharath has been the part of the fraternity since 2003. He made his acting debut in Boys which was directed by S. Shankar. He was born in Tiruchirappalli. He has a sibling named Preethi. He is a professional dancer. His dancing skills were recognized when he joined Swingers International Dance Club at the age of 11. He attended DAV School, Anna Nagar and later he completed his college from New College, Chennai.
He got married to Jeshly, a Dubai-based Malayali Dentist in 2013. He was first seen in as a guitarist of a boy band in Boys after Shankar saw him performing in a dance program at the Swingers Music Academy. In 2004, he bagged his first Malayali film, 4 The People, directed by Jayaraj. He played one of the four protagonists. The movie was declared a blockbuster at the Kerala Box Office. It was also the highest earning Malayali film of that year. The film is also dubbed for Tamil audience as 4 Students and Yuvasena for Telugu admirers. Its Tamil version was a success as well. In the same year, he worked in a Tamil film, Chellamae, in which he played a character of a possessive teenager. The film was appreciated by the critics and was a box-office success.
His first starring role was in Tamil film, Kaadhai in which he played a character of a moneyless fellow who falls in love with a wealthy young girl. The film received a negative response but was a commercial success. The Vishuvardhan directed movie, Pattiyal was first opened to negative response but managed to be a hit. Then he was starred in Azhagai Irukkirai Bayamai Irukkirathu, Veyil, Em Magan and Chennai Kadhal. Veyyil was widely appreciated, and was selected for the screening at the 2007 Cannes Film Festival. He faced a decline in his career post-Veyyil as he was only signing monotonous films and roles. His identity crises ended when Arumugam, was released in 2009. It was his only film in 2 years which was declared a commercial success in two years. But again, in 2010 Thambikku Indha Ooru was released which was a thrash both critically and commercially.
In 2011, Bharath clashed with the producer of Vaanam claiming he did not get the equal importance as Silambarasan’s character in the film. He also gave a guest appearance in the next movie Aravaan, directed by Vasanthabalan. In 2013, his next thriller romantic film Ainthu Ainthu Ainthu, was released. It opened with poor critical reviews and was considered a flop. Although it was said that he had put a lot of effort for the role and is the only reason to watch the film. Bharath made his Bollywood debut with Jackpot opposite
, directed by
. His next Malayali film, Koothara was again a flop. According to critics, it was unfortunate to watch a star like him acting awkwardly and struggling to portray the character on the screen. In 2015, he was seen in an experimental Malayali movie named Lord Livingstone 7000 Kandi.