Harish Uthaman has worked in Tamil, Malayalam and Telugu films. Born on 5th April 1982, Harish entered the film industry with the 2010 Tamil flick Thaa. Later he worked as villain in Paandiya Naadu, Gouravam and Meagamann. 

Harish initially worked in Paramount Airways in the cabin crew department. Later he got himself associated with British Airways. Then he had a brief stint with an ad company in Chennai. Then Thaa happened which received good reviews. He worked hard for the film by growing a beard and darkening his skin. Surya Prabhakar Surya Prabhakar is an Indian Film Director. He wor >> Read More... was the director of this film. The film was not a commercial success but Harish received good critical acclaim. This flick was shown in the Tamil Film Festival in Norway. Harish fetched the Best Newcomer Award for this film. In the Festival, Harish got himself acquainted with Radha Mohan Radha Mohan is an Indian Film Director and Writer. >> Read More... . Eventually, Radha Mohan casted Harish in his bilingual flick Gouravam, where the latter played a negative character. Harish gained accolades for his villainous performance in Pandiya Nadu. In fact he was equally liked and disliked by the audience for this role with grey shades. Harish is working as a baddie in quite some films.

Harish feels that the flick Pandiya Nadu was a landmark in his profession. Harish praises director Susindran for tapping his talent. In fact, he feels that Susindran is a great director. Susindran is also only keen to work with Harish again and had offered him a role in his upcoming film. Harish doesn’t mind working in negative roles. In fact, surprisingly, Harish had always aspired to act as a villain. Harish confesses that he has the requirements for a villain including his eyes and physique. Actor Raghuvaran is the inspiration of Harish Uthaman. Harish wants to do his best in every character he portrays and doesn’t mind whether they are big or small.
Samuthirakani Tamil Actor

Samuthirakani

Samuthirakani has carved a niche for himself in the Tamil cine industry not only as a director but also as an actor. He has tried his luck in screenwriting and voice-over too. One of his earlier films, Nadodigal, was a huge hit at the box office. It was released in the year 2009. Later, this movie was remade in three different languages. Samuthirakani has acted in numerous movies and is best known for his performance in the movies like ‘Sattai’, ‘Easan’, ‘Visaranai’, and ‘Subramaniapuram’. When Samuthirakani entered the film industry, he wanted to be a great actor. He was discouraged in the beginning. Many people told him that he did not have looks and physique of what an actor has. He consoled himself that insults are a part of life. In a movie ‘Paddikira Vayasu’ which was directed by Pandiarajan, he had only one line to say. With great struggle he managed to essay the role which had only a single dialogue. That was the actual starting to his career as an actor. He worked as an assistant director in year 1997 under the famous director K. Vijayan. Once he was noticed by K Balachander who was directing his 100th movie ‘Parthaale Paravasam’ and signed him as his assistant director. Also, in the famous TV serial ‘Anni’ which was telecasted by Jaya TV, he worked as an assistant director to Balachander who was director of that series. ‘Arasi’ and ‘Selvi’ were two of the biggest serials that Samuthirakani got himself associated with and they were a huge hit among the masses. They were telecasted in Sun TV. Although his debut film as a director, Unnai Charanadaindhen received mediocre response he kept working hard till good things came his way. The film ‘Subramaniapuram’ made Samuthirakani emerge as a great actor and the movie ‘Nadodigal’ as a great director with a lot of potential. Now he has done a commendable job as an actor in Visaranai and has lot of films which are under production stage.  

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Shaam

Shamshuddin Ibrahim, commonly known by the name of 'Shaam', is an Indian artist famous in the Tamil and the Telugu film industries. He hails from Madurai. He pursued his education in Bengaluru. He started his career as a model. Soon, he got into the film industry and he made his debut with a cameo role in 'Khushi’. Though he already acted in the lead role in director Jeeva's film '12B’, it did not make its release before Khushi due to production issues. His bubbly performance in 12B welcomed him with many new and fresh opportunities. He acted in many movies such as 'Hey! Nee Romba Azhaga Irukke’, 'Bala’, and 'Anbe Anbe’, etc. Unfortunately, these movies did not do well at the box office. 'Iyarkai' failed to make an impact at the box office, but it bagged the national award for the best feature film. After some failures, he ended up with 'Ullam Ketkumae’. This film was a blockbuster and it motivated him to work in many movies. He ventured into the Kannada industry with the film 'Tananam Tananam’. It landed up to be an average grosser. After several failures, he made a comeback through 'Kick' in Telugu. He appeared as the antagonist in the Tamil remake of that movie, 'Thillalangadi’. He attempted to appear in a Hindi film directed by Faisal Saif. Unfortunately, the movie was dropped due to some misunderstandings between Shaam and Said. He made a comeback by appearing in the movie '6’. He was highly appreciated for the efforts put by him to portray his role. Once a charming and a bubbly boy, Shaam started working in some experimental roles as well. He has finished almost twenty-five films as the protagonist. He is proud of having worked with many leading directors and Jeeva is his favorite director out of all. Right now, he is working alongside  Manisha Koirala and Arjun Sarja for a thriller named as 'Oru Melliya Kodu’. Shaam is settled with his wife Kashish and a daughter Samaira.    

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Shaam Tamil Actor