R N R Manohar

Other names of R N R Manohar: R. N. R. Manohar, RNR Manohar

RNR Manohar has worked as a Tamil actor, director and a film writer who has worked in many Kollywood movies. He is best known for his work as a director in the movie “Maasilamani,” which also happens to his debut. Maasilamani is a typical playful love story and was released in 2009. The movie was not much of a success because of its basic story line. But his work as a director was appreciated and well acknowledged.

Later in 2011, came the movie “Vellore Maavattam” (a police drama) which had Nandha and Poorna as the lead actors and was released on October 5, 2011. The movie got mixed reactions, but again direction was appreciated. Manohar began with his filmy career by working with K. S. Ravikumar in some films like “Suriyan Chandran” and “Band Master.”

In 1994, he worked as a writer in the movie called “ Maindhan.” Then in the very next year, “Kolangal” released. For this movie, he worked as an assistant director, wrote a few dialogues and did a small role of a reporter as well. He worked as a dialogue writer in the movies like “ Thennavan”, “Punnagai Poove” and “Vellore Maavattam.” His acting career was not much of deal, as he did minor roles in all the movies he acted.

He played a gangster in “Thennavan”; did negative roles for two movies namely, “Sutta Pazham” and “Dhill.”

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R.N.R Manohar was born in Chennai, Tamil Nadu on 1st January 1972. He is an actor by profession and has also directed many movies. Manohar received his primary education in Tamil Nadu. He began as an assistant director in K.S. Ravikumar flicks like Band Master and Suriyan Chandran. He played a cameo role in the picture and also wrote dialogues for the same. Lalit’s first work, Maindhan released in 1994 for which he wrote dialogues.

The movie had a simple story, in which a cop follows the principle of Gandhiji, and his son is a jobless person while Mr. Pillai tried to set up a liquor factory illegally in the village, the cop tries to stop this and kills him. His son takes the responsibility of taking the revenge of his father’s death.

Manohar appeared in many movies in which he sometimes made cameo appearances and somewhere was seen supporting the storyline of the film. Some films are Kallazhagar, Dhill, Sutta Pazham, Ya Ya, Veeram, etc. In 2009, his debut direction was released. Maasilamani’s story is very simple and is about a local street guy who falls in love with a Porsche girl at the very first sight.

He proposes her, but she rejects him as he is rowdy and thinks he will not be compatible with her. He disguises himself and becomes a gentleman and meets the lady’s parents. A local inspector who is also in seek of Divya’s (the girl) attention founds out about the whole plan and tries to ruin it, and by the end the guy wins her love. The film grossed 22 crores, and the audience liked the movie.

Manohar acted in the picture Kallazhagar, the film opened to rave reviews and could not do well at the box office. In Thennavan, he is seen playing the role of a gangster who tries to kill a person named Vijay and murdered in the process by accident. He has also played the excellent negative role in various movies.

In 2011, Manohar came with another film, “Vellore Maavattam” which did a fair business at the theaters and drew about 5.5 crores. The audience loved the movie and appreciated his work. He wrote the screenplay and the storyline for the flick and Sundar Babu made the music for the flick. In 2016, two pictures were released in which Manohar played the character of a Minister in both of them; it was Miruthan and Aarathu Sinam.

Vela Ramamoorthy

Vela Ramamoorthy is an Indian actor and writer who predominantly worked in Tamil film industry. He was born in Perunali, Ramanathapuram, Tamil Nadu in India. He has done his schooling from KHN High School, Perunali and he is also a Pre University Course graduate. He served in Indian army for 5 long years and also in a post office before starting his acting career. He got married to Kaliammal on 11th March 1976. He won Best Villain Award presented by Vikatan Magazine for his outstanding portrayal of an antagonist in the movie “Kidaari.” He is acknowledged as one of the famous Tamil writers of his time. He is the author of the critically appreciated and best-selling Tamil novels like Kuruthi Aattam, Pattathu Yaanai, and Kutraparambarai, etc. He has also written the book “Vela Ramamoorthy Kathaikal” which is a compilation of short stories. Vela started his career as an Actor in 2013 in Tamil blockbuster movie Madha Yaanai Koottam starring Kathir and Oviya in lead roles in which he played a pivotal role. The plot of this film tells the story of the family of Jaikodi Thevar who is married to two ladies and how his first wife, with her brother, start plotting evil activities against the second wife and her children. Vela played the character of Veera Thevar, brother of Jaikodi Tevar. He made all his way to stardom for his portrayal of the character Vaatiyaar in 2016 in S.U. Arun Kumar’s Tamil language action thriller movie ‘Sethupathi’ starring Vijay Sethupati and Remya Nambeesan.  Vela did a splendid job in playing the character of vaatiyaar, a politician and an influential don who is personified as a villain for his foes and acting all innocent in front of the public. He has also appeared as Vishal’s father in the famous Tamil film Paayum Puli(2015). He was highly appreciated by both the audience and the critics for his intense performance as a villain in the Telugu action and mystery filled film Kidaari(2016) starring M. Sashi Kumar, Nikhila Vimal in lead roles and went on to win the Best Villain Award for that. He has also played different characters in famous Tamil movies like Komban(2015), Rajini Murugan(2016), Appa(2016), Yeidhavan(2017), Vanagaman(2017) and Thondon(2017), etc. He will make his appearance and will play the character of a politician in his upcoming film ‘Aram’ which is still filming. He will play the role of Dhanush’s father in his upcoming Telugu movie ‘Ennai Nokki Paayum Thotta’ and Vikram’s father in ‘Sketch’.

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