Vikram Krishna is a Tamil film actor and film producer and. He is the sibling of well-known actor Vishal Krishna and is married to actress
Sriya Reddy. He has produced movies under the banner G.K Film Corporation. He first appeared as a child artist in the 1989 movie Jadikketha Moodi. His appearance for his notable performance was first in the movie was in 1999 in the movie Annan Thangachi.
Charan Raj directed the movie. The flick features Shruthi and Charan Raj along with Vikram in lead roles. The movie also starred Vadivukkarasi, Janagaraj,
Thalaivasal Vijay and Pandu in supporting roles.
The movie was produced by C. Devendraraj and C. Kalpana. The musical score was given by Deva. Annan Thangachi was a remake of Kannada movie Thavarina Thottilu, having Charan Raj and Shruthi in the lead. His other movie included Pooparika Varugirom in the same year. The movie features Vikram and Malavika in lead roles while M. N. Nambiar Sivaji Ganesan and Raghuvaran perform supporting roles. The movie was a transform of the Telugu movie named
Pelli Sambandham, and it got negative reviews from the audience and gradually became a box-office failure. He turned as a producer with the movie Love Marriage.
He even played the lead role in the film along with Ranjana. It was directed by K. Subash and was a remake of the successful Telugu movie Swayamvaram. His next movie was Sandakozhi in 2005. The film was penned and directed by N. Linguswamy. The picture was produced under the banner of the G K Film Corporation. The film featured Jasmine, Vishal, Rajkiran, Meera, and Lal in main roles, whilst
Suman Setty, Shanmugarajan, Raja, and
Ganja Karuppu played supporting roles.
Yuvan Shankar Raja composed the movie's score and album.
The movie received a good response and had become one of the huge hits of that year it ran for more than 200 days in theatres. The movie was remade in the Kannada language named Vayuputra. It was also remade in Odia language as Ganja Ladhei. His other movies include Thimiru, Sathyam,
Theeradha Vilaiyattu Pillai and Thoranai. The last movie by his production was Vedi in 2011. The action thriller film was directed by
Prabhu Deva starring Vishal and
Sameera Reddy in the main roles.
It was a remake of the 2008 Telugu movie Souryam; the film was released across 250 screens in Tamil Nadu, 62 screens in the state of Kerala and 28 screens in Karnataka. The movie had received mixed reviews but settled with the title of a commercial success at the
Box Office. Vedi was also dubbed in Hindi as The Fighter Mard No.1.