Nithin Sathya was born on the 9th of January in the year 1980. He is a professional Tamil film actor. His birth place is Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India. He made his debut in a film named ‘Kalatpadai’ in the year 2003. He was also seen portraying an important role in the film ‘Chennai 600028’ in the year 2007. After that we haven’t seen him act as a hero. He was the villain in ‘Satham Padathey’ in the year 2007. In the film ‘ Raman Thediya Seethai’, we could see Nithin as a supporting actor.

But we can see him portraying the main role in films like ‘Pandhayam’ in 2007 and ‘Muthiru’ in 2008. Nithin Sathya is a highly educated man. He went to London to do his Masters. He completed his Masters in Business Administration. He went to London with the aim of doing an MBA. His plan was to work for an MNC in London but during the course of his study in London, he realised that his true talent was acting and that studies would not lead him to where acting could.

Apart from studies and acting, he is also a great Bowling player and represented Tamil Nadu for the same in 1998-1999. After making his portfolio, he tried to apply in several companies but he got rejected each and every time. One day, he was offered a chance to dance in one of the songs of the film ‘Vasool Raja MBBS’, which was directed by Saran. He even enacted a small role in the film ‘Ji’ alongside A. Kumar. But he got the chance to portray the main role in the movie ‘Chennai 600028’, which was directed by Venkat Prabhu.

He acted as a husband in ‘Satham Podathey’, which was directed by Vasanth. He even acted as a student in the movie ‘Pandhayam’ under the direction of S. A. Chandrashekar. This film, though was unsuccessful, the acting of Nithin got significant praise. He played the role of a thief in the movie ‘Raman Thediya Seethai’. In ‘Palaivina Solai’, he acted as an auto driver. That film was a remake of the 1982 film having the same title.

In ‘Mayangen Thayangen’, he enacted the role of a cab driver who fell in deep love with a girl who worked in the call centre. Interesting fact was that he did not even see the girl, but fell in love. He got the opportunity to act in many films and he signed films like ‘Pinturuppu’, ‘P. C. Rakshit’ and some more, but they were not released. He has six upcoming films to add to his career and we hope that they release and become super hit.

Nandha Durairaj Tamil Actor

Nandha Durairaj

Nandha Durairaj is a Tamil, film actor. He was born as Govind Sendrampalayam Durairaj in Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu in India to Rani and Durairaj. Nandha is a grandson of a former minister and politician, M. Kannappan. He has a brother named Karthik. They both studied at P.S.G. College, where he took B.Sc. in Computer Science. However, due to his strong passion for acting, he was unable to complete his graduation. He is married to Vidyaroopa. He started his acting career when Kalaippuli S. Dhaanu, a film producer, spotted him in a family event. The producer asked him if he’s interested in acting and he gave his nod. He then shifted to Madras and took an acting course in a Film Institute in Chennai, with the help of the producer. After a year, he earned his diploma and a gold medal award. In 2002, he co-starred with Suriya in the romantic comedy film, Mounam Pesiyadhe, which was helmed by Ameer Sultan. The director was said to be looking for a cheerful person, whom he will co-star with Suriya and Nandha fits perfectly for the role. The following year, he starred in D. Sabapathy’s Punnagai Poove and Agathiyan’s Selvam in 2005. In 2006, Nandha was paired with Diya in the Tamil film, Kodambakkam. The film became a big hit, and the critics praised him for his mature performance in the film. This also marks the directorial debut of Jaganji. He later performed in John Mahendran’s independent Tamil war film, Aanivaer, which initially released for screening in Australia, Canada, and the United Kingdom. He then went on with his career and played as an Airtel employee in the 2007 action film, Agaram. Nandha was also starred in Ravichandran’s Urchagam, opposite Sherin in the lead roles. In 2009, he played a supporting role in the Tamil romantic-horror film, Eeram, which was Arivazhagan’s directorial debut film. He earned a nomination for Best Villain at Vijay Award for his performance as Bala, a business person, whom Sindhu Menon’s character marries. The following year, he was seen playing the lead role in Naga’s supernatural mystery film, Anandhapurathu Veedu. In 2011, he played as an underworld don in the crime thriller film Vanthaan Vendraan. He later played the role of an IPS in Vellore Maavattam. Nandha was later seen in Bharathan’s thriller film, Athithi. In 2015, he starred in Babu Thooyavan’s debut film, Katham Katham and played a supporting role to Jeevan and Vidya Pradeep in Adhibar. This 2016, he acted in Sharada Ramanathan’s Tamil thriller film, Puthiya Thiruppangal. Nandha is currently filming Villangam and Kallaattam. Besides acting, he also dubbed for actor, Prithviraj, in the 2013 Malayalam docudrama film, Celluloid.


O A K Sundar

O.A.K. Sundar is a Tamil film actor and the son of the late villain, O.A.K. Thevar. He is the second husband of actress, Anju Prabhakar, of Rukmini fame. In 2004, he essayed the role of Kottaisamy in Kamal Haasan’s action drama film, Virumaandi. In the same year, he played as Jayam Ravi’s coach in M. Raja’s family-drama film, M. Kumaran S/O Mahalakshmi. In 2005, O.A.K. also appeared in Durai’s action drama film, Thotti Jaya. He played as Rekha’s (played by Malavika) brother in the 2007 Tamil romantic thriller film, Naan Avan Illai. In 2009, he was seen as Kathirvel in K. Thambi Durai’s thriller film, Munnar. In 2010, O.A.K. appeared in the box-office bomb film, Thambikku Indha Ooru, which was directed by Badri and played as Osama Bin Laden in A. Venkatesh’ Vaada. In 2013, he was seen in Mano’s drama film, Ragalaipuram. After a gap of few years, he appeared in Ramesh Selvan’s 2014 Tamil film, Thalaivan. The following year, he bagged roles in A. Venkatesh action film, Killadi and Ramesh Selvan’s comedy drama film, Vajram. He is also part of Mohan Krishna’s crime thriller film, Achaaram. During a hiatus, he bagged few films including Vettrivel Chandrashekar’s Buddhan Yesu Gandhi in 2015 and a movie entitled J. O.A.K. played an interesting role in P. Jayaseelan’s Pallikoodam Pogaamale. He played a supporting role as Kombaiah Pandiyan in Prasath Murugesan’s 2016 action film, Kidaari. Besides acting in the silver screen, O.A.K. also laid his hands on television serials. He played a negative role as Bhishma in the mega serial, Mahabharatham, where he earned several accolades.

O A K Sundar Tamil Actor