Birthday: 28-04-1983
Age: 36
Star sign: Taurus

Sajith Raj is a famous Malayalam actor. He was born in Trivandrum in Kerala. He completed his primary education in Trivandrum. He was not much in acting as he completed his education in mechanical engineering. He completed his engineering degree from NSS College of Engineering in Palakkad, Kerala. He has a very intense personality and always works hard for whatever comes in his way. He is in no way connected to any celebrity in the industry and still has made a huge impact in the industry. He made his debut in Mohamed Sharvi’s Campus in 2004. The movie made a decent impact on box office but introduced Sajith to the South Indian film industry. He did Tamil as well as Malayalam movies. After Campus, he acted in Kattuviriyan. This Tamil movie was released in 2008, and Sajith was cast opposite to Malavika. He earned many positive reviews for this role as he played the role of a person who has problems trusting women due to his personal experiences.

This kind of thinking was due to his parent failed marriage and then his father’s suicide. The movie had mixed review, but Sajith received many positive points from the critics as well as the audience. He then did a movie named Madhavi and later appeared as a guest in the movie Malabar Wedding starring Indrajith. It was his peak time in the industry as he received various offers to work in both Tamil and Malayalam industry. He then went on to act in Pramukhan starring Mini Arun directed by Salim Baba. The movie received a good response in 2009. Sajith always believed in hard work, and that’s the reason for his success. As he neither studied acting nor did, he had anyone to launch him in the film industry. After completing engineering, he worked his way through and made him successful in the film line. He believes he has a long road in front of him to be traveled and will continue his pleasant journey.

S. V. Sahasranamam Tamil Actor

S. V. Sahasranamam

With a passion for acting and desire to perform both onstage and onscreen, he left home at an early age, in order to become a part of the Madurai Sri Balashanmuganandha also known as T.K.S Nataka Sabha. He performed in theatres. After having joined the troupe, he started his troupe by the name, 'Seva Stage'. with whom, he staged several plays like Irulum Oliyum, Kangal and Vadivelu Vaathiyar. These dramas went on to be directed to feature films as well. He also adapted storylines from novels by eminent writers, who scripted exclusively for Sahasranamam. Writers such as Ku.Azhagirisamy, B.S. Ramaiah, T.Janakiraman made these dramas into theatrical movies. Having been concealed with the sincere passion for Mahakavi Subramania Bharati's poems, he brought the poet's masterpiece, 'Panchali Sabhatam' into action. He then began to be known as 'Bharati Kalaignar' since he brought life to those lines of poetry, in reality, he helped the masses connect with it. Although having appeared in about 200 films, he went on to consider theatre dramas, his personal favourite passion. Sahasranamam  has one son, who is currently appearing on the small screen. Despite being under so much pressure in his day to day life, he was a man of clean habits, a teetotaler who expected his troupe members to practice the same, especially while working as a team. However, despite his good health habits, he suffered from five heart attacks during the years 1974 and 1988. Despite the struggle, he planned for a theatre rehearsal on the 21st February. However, he passed away on the 19th of February by a heart attack.


Shakthi Vasudevan

Sakthi Vasudevan was born on February 23rd, 1983 at Chennai. He took an interest for cinema from his father- P.Vasu, who is a prominent film director in the Tamil film industry. His debut work was the 1991 drama film titled ‘Chinna Thambi’ which was directed by his own father. He played as the younger self of the popular Tamil actor Prabhu. In the following year (1992), He appeared in three other films as a child actor. His performance in all the films was noticeable. He took a break from acting since 1992 and appeared on screen again in the year 2007 film ‘Thottal Poo Malarum’ which was also directed by his father. However, the film failed to gain recognition and was a failure at the box office. His next film ‘Mahesh Saranya Mattrum Palar’ was also a failure even though he had wholeheartedly contributed to his performance in the romantic comedy. But luck favours him in his next film ‘Ninaythale Inikkum’ in which he played a supporting role- ‘Shakthi’. The film was a huge success and he was appreciated for his performance in it. It was after the movie’s success that he changed his name to Shakthi Vasudevan from Prashanth Vasudevan. He was married to Smrithi, a Bcom graduate on October 31, 2011. Since his success in ‘Ninaithale Inikkum’ Shakti’s career is progressing well with a lot of films in production and post-production works. Shakthi has become a household name in Chennai as he even had the privilege of performing as himself in the 2011 film ‘Ko’. Shakthi is planning to adopt a new screen name after the release of his upcoming film ‘Thakarppu’ he plays an important role in the film. His screen name, according to sources, would be Sakthivel Vasu. The film is currently in its final stages of production.

Shakthi Vasudevan Tamil Actor