Tamizh Or Pakoda Pandi is an Indian film actor, who co-starred with Anandhi and Yogi Babu in K.P. Jagan’s upcoming Tamil comedy drama film, En Aaloda Seruppa Kaanom (2017). He entered the film industry as Pandi Pakoda. In 2009, he played as Pakkada in Pandiraj’ directorial debut film, Pasanga.

Tamizh and Pandiraj had a reunion project in 2012 entitled Marina. In 2014, he played as Sithappa in S.D. Vijay Milton’s Tamil drama film, Goli Soda. He played a pivotal role in Ramesh Selvan’s Tamil comedy drama film, Vajram, in 2014 and in director Murugesh’s Sagaa in 2017.

Sulile Kumar Tamil Actor

Sulile Kumar

Sulile Kumar better known by the stage name Tarun Shatriya, is an actor in Indian Cinema who has made his appearance in Tamil and Kannada films. Hailing from Ambur in Vellore District, Tarun went to Bangalore at a young age. He pursued a one-year diploma course in acting at Abhinaya Tharanga Theatre School in Bangalore, during which he was a part of several stages and street plays across Karnataka. He is proficient in Hindi, English, Tamil, Kannada and Telugu. He did his debut by acting in a supporting role in a Tamil action film, Kaalai (2008), directed by Tarun Gopi. It was Tarun Gopi who gave him a new stage name, Tarun Shatriya. He has portrayed antagonistic roles in Kunguma Poovum Konjum Puravum (2009), Nagaram (2010), Aanmai Thavarael (2011) and Markandeyan (2011). He has done the lead role in the romantic comedy, Padam Parthu Kaadhal Sol (2012). His other movies include Tamil mystery drama film, Thagaraaru (2013) and Kannada movie, Marikondavaru (2015). In 2017, Kumar decided to re-use his original name and he is the antagonist in the upcoming Tamil horror-thriller film, Dora directed by Dass Ramasamy and Ameer Sultan's period drama, Santhana Devan. He has directed a short film titled, The Broken Tide, with him playing the lead along with Samyukta Hornad. The short film revolves around a couple, that is on the verge of getting divorced. It was one of the very few Tamil films to be picked up and screened during the Bengaluru International Film Festival.

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Thengai Srinivasan

Thengai Srinivasan was a South Indian actor and comedian who performed in Tamil films and stage plays. He was born on 21st October 1937 in Srivaikuntum in the Tuticorin district Tamil Nadu and died on 8th November 1988 in Bangalore. He is most well known for his comedic roles but has also done other genres and played the role of antagonist. Srinivasan was the son of stage artist Rajavel Mudalier and Subammal. He had two sisters. His family shifted from Tuticorin to Chennai when he was seven. He married Lakshmi with whom he had three children; Geethalakshmi, Rajeshwari and Shivshankar. After school, Srinivasan worked at the Integral Coach Factory before joining the Railway Drama Club. He made his theatrical debut as an actor in his father’s play Galatta Kalyanam. He earned the name Thengai from comedian K. A. Thangavelu for his role as a coconut vendor at K. Kannan’s act Kal Manam. This role lead to Srinivasan’s debut in the Tamil film industry with the film Oru Viral in 1965. His original debut in Iravum Pegalam, which featured another debutant Jaishankar, was canceled as the distributors were concerned about having two newcomers in lead roles. Regardless of this Srinivasan and Jaishankar would remain good friends and would act together for several movies like Vallavan Oruvan, Sabash Thambi, Kadalithal Podhuma, Thanga Rangan, Velli Vizha and many others. Srinvasan acted in several movies like Adduku Malli, Sri Ramajayam, Nanadi Karanga, Porter Ponnusami, Mayangukiral Oru Maadhu, Kaliyuga Kannan and many more. But his most notable roles were that of a fake Swami in Kasethan Kadavulada in 1972 and an idealist industrialist in Thillu Millu in 1981. In 2013, Forbes India noted his role in Thillu Millu in the article The 25 Greatest Acting Performances of Indian Cinema alongside superstar Rajinikanth’s performance in the same movie. Srinivasan joined his close friend; the superstar turned politician M. G. Ramachandran’s party All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhangam and gave many public speeches for it. In 1987, Srinivasan produced Krishnan Vandhaan with superstar Ganesum Sivaji in the lead role, but the film performed badly at the box office and caused him great financial issue but made it through with the aide of MGR. In 1988, he went to Bangalore to attend his aunt’s funeral when he suffered a brain hemorrhage and expired at the age of 51. After his death, his grandchildren Shrutika and Yogi acted in a few Tamil films.

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Thengai Srinivasan Tamil Actor