Livingston is a noteworthy supporting actor and comedian of Tamil cinema. His work as a solo lead in the flick Sollamale, where he played the role of a low confident lover, got him much acclaim. Apart from acting, Livingston has also tried his luck in penning scripts. During his early stages of his career his screen name was Ranjan. 

Livingston is active in the industry since 1988. Sundara Purushan, Kanni Rasi Click to look into! >> Read More... , Engalukkum Kaalam Varum and Sollamale are the works for which he is known for lead roles. He penned screenplay for Kaaki Sattai Click to look into! >> Read More... and Kanni Rasi by joining hands with G M Kumar of Avan Ivan fame. The flick Thandachoru introduced him as a music composer (he had aspired for it for a long time) and director. This movie is yet to be released. The 1988 flick Poonthotta Kaavalkaaran is the first film in which he got a starring role. Initially Livingston was into singing by perfoming star shows. He also had the aspiration of becoming an actor. Right from his childhood days Livingston was a huge fan of MGR. He worked in several shows before venturing into acting. Eventually he sang a number for the flick Moonram Powrnami and Athey Manithan. Sundara Purushan, Poomagal Oorvalam and Sollamale are the successful films of Livingston as a hero. He is in the industry for many years through his sheer patience. 

The comedy of Livingston has an innocence in it. Initially Livingston was working in roles with gray shades, and supporting roles. Then only he got prominent roles. He was a fan of K Bhagyaraj’s flicks and hung around his home for almost a year. Oru Veedu Iru Vaasal and En Uyir Thozhan are landmarks in this talented actor’s career. On the personal front Livingston is married to Jacintha and is blessed with two children.
Krishna Kulasekaran Tamil Actor

Krishna Kulasekaran

Krishna Sekhar is a Tamil Actor. He is the brother of the noted film director, Vishnuvardhan. After limited appearances as a child actor in several films like Anjali, Iruvar and The Terrorist, actor  Krishna Sekhar made his film debut with a leading role in  Ali Baba in 2008.  After several critically and commercially successful films as a child actor, he starred as an adult hero in his fathers’ production ‘Alibaba’.  He followed it with leading roles in ‘Udhaya’, ‘Kattradhu Kalavu’ and  ‘Kazhugu’. ‘Kazhugu’ was released in 2012. K. S. Madhubala produced the film along with his father and the film received mixed reviews. However, this film gave him some recognition in Kollywood.  He was also an ideal choice of Mani Ratnam’s ‘Thalapathi’ and he was assigned to play the younger version of Rajinikanth’s character. But his role was scrapped as it affected the film’s length.  It is true every new face of Mani Ratnam had come a long way. Krishna Sekhar too had faced the camera at a young age. Like other Mani Ratnam’s discovery, this young actor turned into Kollywood star afterwards. Though he looks good and has made several attempts at acting, he did not make a big mark in Tamil cinema. Hopefully, he has now five films in his hand that will get released in 2015 and then one could say if he has made a strong foothold or not. In the year 2014, he has four movies that got released. In 2015, he acted with Arya in ‘Yatchan’.  He also had attempted doing comedy roles in film like’ Yaamirukka Bayamey’( 2014) and ‘Vanavarayan Vallavarayan’(2014) and was partial successful only. Some of his films like ‘Vizhithiru’ and ‘Pandigai’ is currently waiting to hit to the screens soon, and  this promising actor was nominated for Vijay Award for best debut actor for the film ‘Ali Baba’ in 2008. Krishna Kumar also known as  ‘Krishna Kulasekaran’ or very often credited as’ Kreshna’ was born in  Kumbakonam on February 14, 1986. His father’s name is Kulasekharan. This actor had married Hemalatha, who has his long-time girlfriend. Their marriage ran successfully for one year and now the actor has filed for divorce. It is believed that his wife doubted him for having a relationship with several other women. As this actor had to return late night from shooting on some days, she suspected him. Her doubts caused him loss of concentration in his work and hence he filed a divorce.

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M G Ramachandran

M G Ramachandran was a demigod for his fans. And he lived up to their expectations. A film actor becoming the Chief minister of a state is no small feat and M G Ramachandran achieved this status. His songs also were inspirational and had loads of positive thoughts in them. Maruthur Gopalan Ramachandran, affectionately called as MGR by his fans was born on January 17, 1917. MGR also had a brief stint in direction and production. MGR was the Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu for a decade continuously and he passed away while he was the Chief Minister. Being an inspirational philanthropist, he was fondly called as Puratchi Thalaivar. He posthumously was awarded with Bharat Ratna, the topmost civilian Award, given to the worthy citizen in India. Born in Nawalapitia near Kandy, MGR commenced a drama group titled Original Boys, after the demise of his father. Eventually he got into the film industry. After the death of his first two wives MGR married V N Janaki, who was also into film fraternity during that time. Initially MGR was a member of DMK and took up rationalist ideology. But later he initiated AIADMK due to issues with DMK. MGR entered filmdom in the year 1935 with the Tamil film Sati Leelavati. Initially he worked on action or romance flicks occasionally and it was the 1947 movie Rajakumaari which gave him the big break. This film was penned by another Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu M Karunanidhi. At that juncture MGR had the credit of giving the most number of hits that include, Enga Veetu Pillai, Nadodi Mannan, and Adimai Pen. The 1956 flick Nadodi Mannan was directed and produced by MGR, and it was a huge hit. The flick Rickshakaran fetched MGR the National Award.  Once, fellow actor M R Radha shot MGR that ultimately affected his voice permanently. The shooting caused much furor among MGR’sfans. MGR concentrated on social progress, giving priority to education, when he became a Chief Minister. He was active with the “Mid-day Meals Scheme” which was a great success. The idea of special buses was also brought forward by him and implemented. Though MGR was criticized for some issues during his tenure as chief minister, he won the hearts of his masses by his exemplary philanthropies.

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M G Ramachandran Tamil Actor