Stunt Silva was born in Tuticorin, TamilNadu. He started his career as a male nurse after getting trained in Stanley Medical College. Silva worked as a Ward boy in Tuticorin hospital. Later he joined in Vijaya Health Center in Chennai by the year 1990. To maintain his family’s financial status, he worked in several sectors such as Peon in offices and dabbled in transport sector business offices. He then joined in the background dancer of the film under the guidance and advice of the Dance Choreographer. He then took his dance lessons from Paul Raj's School.

As a dancer, he could not be able to learn the lessons and thus he left the dancer’s troop and joined the Union of Stuntmen ship as a member. He started his stunt career as an assistant for the stunt master Peter Hein for the movie Run in the year 2002 and the motion Play Thirumalai in the year 2003. During the year 2007; he helped Rajinikanth for the show Shivaji. By the year 2007 for the cinema Yama donga he started his role as stunt director by S.S. Rajamouli. For the screen show Mankatha, he won the recognization and after that joined hands with Venkat Prabhu for all his talkies.

By 2014, he has been noted as a career-high by sify.com through his greatest film projects. He also appeared in several cinemas as the role of antagonist. For the movie Yennai Arindhaal; he played the role of the gangster. For the movie Vedalam in the year of 2015, he received the best action choreography award by Edison Awards. For the talkie Thani Oruvan, he won the best action choreography award by Benz club. He acted in several different languages movies such as Tamil, Telugu, Marathi, Kannada, Malayalam, Hindi and Sinhala.

He initiated to the film industry as an actor by the year 2004 for the Movie 7g rainbow colony directed by Selvaraghavan the cinema later remade in Telugu. Silva had worked for several movies as an actor and stunt director for S. S. Rajamouli movies. Currently, he is working with Gautama Menon's play Enai Noki Paayum Thota as a stunt director. In Malayalam, Silva is serving with B.Unnikrishnan’s Villain as a Stunt Director. He is also working on the grand project of S.Shankar's 2.0 as a Stunt Director. His real name Selva was renamed to Silva to make it sound pronounced at foreign stunt directors and shows.

Anal Arasu Tamil Actor

Anal Arasu

Anal Arasu is a heat amidst the stunt coordinators in the cine industry. He is known to us as the fight master or the action master who performs various stunts in the movies of Indian languages like Tamil, Hindi, Telugu and much more. This simple man was born in Chennai and has dedicated his entire life, literally and figuratively in performing stunts as a coordinator in the movies. His initial times were quite hard. He stepped in as an extra fighter and then became assistant to stunt masters like Kanal Kannan, Stun Shiva, and Peter Hein. His source of inspiration to become a stunt master is his father C.M. Arasu, who has also performed in numerous movies in the 1980s. He made his debut in the film “Chathrapathy.’ He then worked with Prabhu Deva for the action films like Vedi (2011) and Rowdy Rathore (2012). He yielded great success and satisfaction as a stunt coordinator and can therefore be called an “action man.” He has choreographed a lot of films as stunt master. Here are some of the films he choreographed in, ‘Chathrapathy’ in 2004, Arul in the same year, Jithan and Raam in 2005, Baba Kalyani and Jambhavan in 2006, Singakutty, Thenavettu and few more in 2008, Rowthiram in 2011 and much more. The amount of dedication and passion as a stunt coordinator that he has put in is tremendous. He has choreographed actions and stunts in more than 80 films in Indian languages. He has also been awarded with several prizes and recognitions so as to soothe his hard work as a stunt master. Few of his awards are, ‘Tamil Nadu State Film Award for Best Stunt Coordinator’ for Karuppusamy Kuththagaithaarar in 2007, ‘AnandaVikatan Award for Best Stunt Choreography’ for Naan Mahaan Alla in 2010, ‘Behindwoods Gold Medal for Best Stunt Choreographer’ for Singam II and Pandiya Naadu in 2013 and he has also received the ‘Vijay Award for Best stunt director’ for Singham in 2010 and the list goes on. He has given his best to become one of the best stunt directors of the film industry. He has viewed his life in a different pattern and shown himself to the world in a different style. His works still continue in the cinema industry. He was also nominated for the Film fare awards but soon to hit it.

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