Vignesh is a Tamil actor who hailed from the district of Erode, Tamilnadu. He was introduced to Tamil cinema through the film, Avanga Namma Ooru Ponnunga. Born as
Raja, he changed his name as Vignesh for the film industry. Though Vignesh is known to most of the people, he did not get much popularity. He has acted in many successful films; he was just a part of it and not led the roles. Chinnathayi, the film by Ganesa raj, made him to become familiar. He was accompanied by Padmashree,
Radha Ravi, Vinu Chakravarthi and
Sabitha Anand. In Kizhakku Cheemayile, he acted opposite Ashwini.
That film was a super hit movie, which depicted the brother and sister relationship beautifully. In Uzhavan, he performed as a selfish brother of Prabhu, who leave his brother lonely after getting everything from him. Pasumpon is a good family movie, which depicted the remarriage of a widow. In this film, he performed as the half brother of Prabhu and the son of Radhika and Sivakumar. Pongalo Pongal was a good movie with average success. It is a village subject and in this film, he acted as an unemployed person and then become a business person who hailed from the hard work. He acted in many films after that; but failed to hit the box office. He expected the film Soori, in which he paired Uma. He mundane his head for that film and that film too failed to reach the people.
Avan Aval is his latest film in 2015, which is going to get released.
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Vignesh is an Indian film actor, popularly amongst the audience for his work in movies like Aacharya, Soori, Ennai Thalatta Varuvala, Appu, and Velai. Mostly known for his involvement in the Tamil cinema, he started his career bizarrely by getting removed from a film after working on it just for seven days.
Born on 9th April 1971 as ‘Raja’ and brought up in Erode, Tamil Nadu, Vignesh has faced several ups and downs in his career. Over the years he has received quite mixed reviews for his performances, from digs like “tends to go slightly overboard” and “his cries seem over the top” to moments of appraisal like “for Vignesh, it’s a comeback vehicle and he has done his best.” Some of the latest projects he’s been a part of are Aaruthra (2018), Avan Aval (2016), and
Anbukku Panjamillai (2016).