Pandiyan is a Tamil actor who has appeared in almost seventy-five movies in the 80s and 90s. He also became active in the politics. He joined the DMK party, but later changed his ideas and joined the AIADMK party in the year 2001. He was well known for his looks and most of his films were based on the rural background. Pandiyan was a bangle seller in Madurai when the ace director Bharathiraja noted him and the latter gave Pandiyan the chance of appearing in the lead role in his film. Pandiyan's debut film, Mann Vasanai, was a blockbuster hit.

This paved way for him to receive chances for many projects. Some of his notable movies were Pudhumai Penn, Aan Paavam, Kizhakku Cheemayile, Periya Marudhu, etc. He last appeared in the film Kaivantha Kalai directed by Pandiarajan. Pandiyan got affected by jaundice, which led to liver failure and ultimately, his death. Pandiyan had a wife, Latha and a son, Raghu.



Udhaya Tamil Actor


Udhaya is a South Indian film actor who acts primarily in Tamil films only. Being the son of noted film producer A L Azhagappan and the brother of director A LVijay, it was not difficult for him to get a break in films. Although this actor made his debut in 2009 with ‘Tirunelveli’ luck did not smile on this actor as many of his film projects were shelved and did not give him an opportunity to work on better projects. Some of his films that got shelved are ‘Kaadhal Jaathi’. ‘Poonguyile’ and ‘Vinnaithaandi Varuvaaya’ which made his to struggle more as an actor. Thus for the last ten years, he has been struggling to make his credibility as a star in the industry. Most of the films that released after ‘Tirunveli’ were box-office failures and the actor did not get to sign any important films. However, in 2011, director Sanjay Ram offered him to play a negative (villain) and positive character (hero) in a film named ‘Poova Thalaiya,’, which received a mixed response. The film was an average success in box office. Later, he appeared in a film called ‘Raa Raa’ with director Sandilyan, which did not make a huge impact and received mixed reviews. The film bombed at the box office. In 2015, he had only a solo release in theaters, The film ‘Aavi Kumar’ was a Tamil horror comedy film directed by Kandeepan that had Udhaya and Kanika Tiwari in lead roles. Earlier he also appeared in his brother Vijay’s project ‘Thalaivaa’ (2013). Udhaya married Keerthika in 2007. As his career graph did not make him a successful hero, the actor is hopeful to try umpteen times till he succeeds and get success as well. Currently, the actor is busy with two film projects that he has on his hand. Two films 'Aavi Kumar' and 'Utharavu Maharaja' is progressing on the floor. The actor also has taken up a keen interest to produce films with a leading production house.


Pattimandram Raja

Pattimandram Raja is a Tamil movie actor and debate speaker, who rose to fame as a speaker on Sun TV’s debate talk show, Pattimandram. He was born as Simson Raja on May 1, 1959, in Keezhamathur, Thuvariman. He took a Bachelor of Commerce at the American College in Madurai and an M.A. in Journalism and Mass Communication at the Madurai Kamaraj University. Subsequently, he got employed at the United Bank of India in Madurai. He traveled for 15 years with Solomon Pappaiah, a renowned Indian scholar, and TV icon, who is also the moderator of the show, Pattimandram. Raja entered the film industry as an actor in the year 2007 through S. Shankar’s Tamil masala film, Sivaji. He appeared in a fatherly role in films like Guru En Aalu (2009), Mappillai (2011), Ko (2011), Kanna Laddu Thinna Aasaiya (2013), Vathikuchi (2013), Idharkuthane Aasaipattai Balakumara (2013), Nanbenda (2015), Bangalore Naatkal (2016), and Kaashmora (2016). Other films under his credit are Guru Sishyan, Mayilu, Pattathu Yaanai, Vasuvum Saravananum Onna Padichavanga, Soan Papdi, Vaaliva Raja, Thodari, and he was last seen in Azhahendra Sollukku Amudha. Since 1991, Raja also donned several Literary Talks in All India Radio. His daily show, entitled Naal Oru Nayam, was broadcast in Madurai Radio and earned praises. He was the founder of the literary forum, Madurai Kamban Kazhagam. He also wrote articles for magazines like Kalai Magal, Kunkumam, Kalki, and Devi. He also penned a book entitled Raajaavum Raajaathi Raajaavum. He is married to Leela, and they have two sons namely Ashok and Vivek.

Pattimandram Raja Tamil Actor