Yuvan is a Tamil film actor. He was born as Ajmal Khan on January 1, 1988, in Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India. His father, Feroze Khan, is a renowned film director. Yuvan started working as an Assistant Director to his father in the 2010 Tamil film Thambi Arjuna. His debut as an actor was in his father’s directorial film Pasakara Nanbargal in 2011, where he was credited as Ajmal Khan. However, the film received negative reviews from the critics and fared less at the box-office. His breakthrough film was in M. Anbazhagan’s Tamil drama film Saattai in 2012.

Yuvan then appeared in films like Keeripulla (2013), Kadhalai Thavira Verondrum Illa (2014), and Kamara Kattu (2015), which all failed to make it to the box-office hits. He also worked with Director Rasu Madhuravan in Sogusu Perundhu; however, the film was shelved when the director died due to throat cancer. Another film entitled Jacky was also shelved during its production. Yuvan appeared on the 2016 Tamil period drama film Ilami alongside Anu Krishna in the titular roles. He gained weight and trained bulls as a preparation for his role in the film. However, this too has a low theatrical release. In 2017, he appeared in Ayyanar Veethi and Vilaiyyattu Aarambam.

Sricharan Rangarajan

Shricharan Rangarajan is a lawyer and a film actor. He came to this planet on 24th April in the year 1981. He is now 36 years old. His place of birth is Chennai in Tamil Nadu. He has set his base in Chennai, Tamil Nadu itself. He has passed his bar exam and is a lawyer. It was later in life that he discovered his passion for acting. This enthusiasm drove him to pursue a different career. Apart from his BA, LLB degree, he also has a few other degrees to his name. Shricharan is bilingual and can fluently speak in Tamil and Telugu. Aside from the languages mentioned before, he can also talk in English and a little Hindi. He shot to instant fame after debuting in the year 2008. The Tamil movie Billa II had many stars, but Sricharan managed to steal the spotlight amongst them all. The movie was such a massive hit that it got an adaptation in Telugu. It released in two languages. His breakthrough film was Mudhal Mudhal Mudhal Varai and it got a lot of praises from the film community and the critics. The film that got him to instant prominence was in Radha Mo. He was a regular lad with hidden charm and worked as an RJ at the radio station. This film had the backdrop of San Francisco in the USA (United States of American). This year, in 2017, he took on another pivotal role as the dubbing artist. He gave his voice for the Hindi flick Sachin: A Billion Dreams while it got its Tamil makeover. Rangarajan admits that it is his best work so far because he is a huge fan of Sachin Tendulkar. He left his job as a lawyer at an international level, took a flight from Singapore, where he was practicing and started working in Tollywood. He was a brilliant boy at school and even made it to the waiting merit list of reputed Universities like New York University, Harvard, and similar Ivy Leagues. In fact, he graduated from NYU. Sricharan also is an alumnus of the ILS Law College of Pune. He is so zealous about acting that he gave up the stable life and high income just to be a performer. He says that his family often thought he was crazy, having made the decision that he made. He was so exceptional that he even won the All-India Moot Court Competition held by ICSI (Institute of Company Secretaries of India) He got his primary education from Padma Seshadri Bala Bhavan School and high school at Vivekananda College. He is extremely intellectual.

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Sricharan Rangarajan Tamil Actor