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Rishinanth Rajendran Tamil Actor

Rishinanth Rajendran

Rishi Nath Rajendran is an actor in Kollywood who featured in 'Bench Talkies -The First Bench' (2015) which was a Tamil anthology film written and directed by six directors. Rishikanth Rajendran starred along with Sarath Kumar in the movie Puzhu which was directed by Charukesh Sekar. Puzhu is an interesting film made by Charukesh Sekar. It begins with two injured men, lying at the bottom of a secluded hillside. Both the characters, Sarath and Rajendran, struggle to stay alive in this part of the short movie, but ironically, they have an intense desire to kill each other, which in turn keeps them alive. The facial expression of Rishinanth and his body language was the highlight of his acting. He received recognition for this role which gave him an opportunity to showcase his talent. His performance was appreciated even by Vijay Sethupathi. The movie starts from a random location with a scene and after which the film takes us through a conversation that connects us with the story of the movie. The film was a new initiative, and hence the project required many new faces. It was a remarkable collection of few short stories that had its creativity and aspiring star cast taking the film to a new level. The film was a combination of six short films for a single screening in a movie theater. The film released on March 7, and it was a new initiative by Karthik Subbaraj. It is sad that our film industry does not acknowledge the efforts of new talent, which was the case with this film. For some actors, they may not be blessed with a glittering career and get a dozen of films. It all depends on luck and how they manage to market themselves on social media. Somewhere in between, however, there can be some actor who become the one-hit wonders. But there are also some actors who might have scored one classic film or one iconic character and get back to the place from where they came. Rishi Nath and Sarath were two powerful actors who can perform in any role. Hope luck smiles upon their career too!


Master Kishore

Master Kishore is a Tamil film industry actor, who started his career at a very young age as a child artist. He was part of the movie “Pasanga” for which he was awarded a national award and gathered a lot of appreciation. He started his acting career as a child actor in the movie Pasanga, alongside Master Sreeram. “Pasanga” was directed by Pandiraj. This movie provided the debutant director a good start in the Tamil film industry. This movie was released on 1 May, 2009. This movie won three National Film awards. This movie was based on the dedication of a kid. This is a story of kid Anbukkarasu (Kishore), who wants to be a collector when he grows up and is devoted to his studies and is an encouraging student. He crosses paths with Jeevanandam (Sreeram), the son of a school teacher, on his very first day. Jeeva develops an instant dislike for Anbu and was jealous of him because he excels in everything. After the jealousy grows and it arises between both of them which involved their parents. As grownups sought things between them, kids didn’t even think of doing so. But at the end of the 6th grade when their class was asked to write a letter about all the good and bad happening in the past year. While doing so, both Anbu and Jeeva expressed their feeling about one another. All of sudden, Anbu meets with an accident and Jeeva helps him recover through his encouraging therapy. In the end, both of them apologize to each other and reunite. For their extraordinary acting in the movie both of them were awarded by the National Film Award. They also received Rajat Kamal Award with the cash prize worth 50,000 INR. Master Kishore also acted in Tamil Action, Thriller movie, “Uruthikol," directed by R. Iyyanar, starring Master Kishore, Meghaa, Thennavan, Kaali Venkat, Akhilesh, Kannan Ponnaiah, and Master Sivashankar. This movie was the debut for Master Kishore as a solo hero. The movie’s story was about two teenagers Sasi (12th standard student) and Priyanka (10th standard student) falling in love with each other. Sasi belonged to a middle-class family, wasn't interested in studies and copies of his exams. He got caught while cheating and was thrown out of school for doing so. At the same time, a gang emerges, who targets young couple in private, snatch their valuables and harasses girls. The story continues with many ups and downs and the movies go on. Another Version Of This Bios:  Kishore Born on October 25, 1994, in Tiruchirappalli, Tamil Nadu, Kishore DS is a South Indian artist, who acts in the Tamil and Telugu film Industry. He is the son of Shanthi Dhinakaran and Dhinakaran. He has a sibling named Harshanth DS. He finished his schoolings from Kumararani Meena Muthiah School in Adyar. He, at that point, joined B.Tech in KCG College of Technology in Karapakkam. Kishor hails from Chennai, Tamil Nadu. In any case, he dropped out to seek after his profession in acting. He began his career as a kid craftsman with the Tamil movie "Pasanga," as Anbukkarasu coordinated by Pandiraj alongside Sree Raam and Vimal in 2009. For his exhibition in that motion picture, he snatched the National Film Award for Best Child Artist. In the year of 2010, he acted in his subsequent film titled "Drohi," by Sudha Kongara Prasad as youthful Karunakaran. In the next years, he featured in different movies such as Goli Soda by Vijay Milton in 2014, Nedunchaalai by N. Krishna in 2014, Vajram by Ramesh Selvan in 2015, Uruthikol by R. Ayyanar in 2017, Sagaa by Murugesh in 2019 and that's just the beginning. In 2018, he worked in the motion picture "6 Athiyayam," coordinated by Shankar Thiyagarajan. He likewise directed a melody collection titled Varamataya.

Master Kishore Tamil Actor