Udhayanidhi Stalin is considered to be a mammoth figure in the Tamil film and television industry and he is considered to be one of the powerhouse controller in the Tamil Entertainment Industry. Udyanithu Stalin has a rich family lineage along with his envious filmography and television stints. His father is the famous M.K.Stalin and he is also the grandson of Tamilnadu’s ex-chief minister Shri Karunanidhi. He was born on November 27, 1977. He is currently active in the industry as an actor, producer and distributor. Presently, he owns his own company with the name of Red Giant Movies Banner. Some of his hit and award winning movies as an actor includes Oru Kal Oru Kannadi, Aadhavan, etc. As a producer and distributor some of his successful movie ventures in Tamil includes- Kuruvu, Nellparavai, Idhayam Murali, etc. Udyanithi Stalin is married to Kiruthiga Udayanidhi who is the owner and head of a lifestyle magazine Inbox 1305. He has won the Film fare South award for many times for his acting performances and also as a producer. Udyanithi Stalin is currently shooting for a comedy film which he is also the co-producer of the film. Udyanithi’s stint with the Tamil television has been brief but a memorable one. He has been the part of the celebrity kitchen show, has appeared as a guest judge in few of the reality show aired on the Tamil television shows. But, what caused a stir is his appearance in the popular celebrity interactive chat show Koffee with DD made in line with the national popular chat show Koffee with Karan. In one of the episode Stalin adorned the celebrity guest chair.

Murali Tamil Actor


Born on May 19, 1964, Murali was fitted in the “Madivala” crew. He was a South Indian film performer who showed up in the heading and supporting parts in Tamil and Kannada all through his career. Murali was the child of Kannada chief “S.Siddalingaiah” and began acting in Kannada movies in 1984. Murali has acted with numerous stars such as "Vijaykanth," Prabhu Deva, "Sathyaraj," Karthik and many more. In the 1990s, he additionally acted with well known champions of the industry such as Meena Durairaj, "Simran" and "Roja." His child, Adharvaa, appeared as a performer in the 2010 Tamil film “Baana Kaathadi”. In 1984, Murali was first seen in the Kannada film "Prema Parva", which was administrated by chief Siddhalingaiah. Sambhavami Yuge, Ajay-Vijay etc. are the Kannada motion pictures he did prior to his appearing in the Tamil films. He made his entrance with Poovilangu in Tamil movies. This particular film earned him a decent name in the industry and guaranteed his success. He appeared in Pagalnilavu after completing his first film, alongside with the popular artist “Revathi” who appeared as his supportive female actress in this film. Despite the fact that this film accumulated Murali extraordinary popularity but he couldn't support his prosperity any longer. His motion pictures began falling flat at the box office rapidly. Surprisingly, the “Irate Young Person Picture” that “Murali” depicted in his initial couple of movies vanished after Pagalnilavu. He performed a ton of sentimental show parts and was amazingly unpretentious -something notably not the same as his first film – Poovilangu. He passed on the early hours of September 8, 2010 from a sudden enormous heart attack in Chennai. He was made due by his wife Shobha Murali, little girl “Kaavya” and children “Atharvaa” and “Akash”.