Azhagu is one of the popular villainy actors in Tamil cinema and serial industry. He started his career as the stunt man. He came to Chennai in the year 1970 to work in a company. He learnt the martial arts like Kalari and Karate from Gopalan Gurukkal, a Kerala tutor. He practiced the martial arts in the evening session, after his job. He and his team showcased their martial arts in a theatrical show.

On seeing this show, cinema stunt master Madhavan offered him with an acting chance. While he was getting the offer, he had no idea to act in the film. He did not nod his head suddenly for that offer; but went to his master Gopalan Gurukkal. When he consulted with his master, his master became very happy and asked him to accept the offer. Azhagu did not ask about the details of the movie, but went with them blankly. While going with the cinema people, he called upon his friend Hari with him.

His first shooting spot was at Modern Theatres in Salem and he did his first movie with the veteran actor Jai Shankar. He has acted in many films in various languages such as Telugu, Malayalam, Kannada, Hindi and Oriya. Apart from doing fighting scenes in the films, he has also acted as a villain, brother and a father. His last movie as a fighter is Senthoorapoove with Vijayakanth in the year 1990. He fought in the cinemas with popular south Indian actors like Rajini Kanth, Kamal Hassan, Chiranjeevi and Vijaya Kanth. He has also fought with the Indian Super Star Amithab Bachchan.

Azhagu has duped veteran actor Sivaji Ganesan in a film. After that, he continues only as an actor. He regularly does exercises and maintains his health well. He does not smoke and drink liquors, till now.

Azhagu is really a gem of a man in Tamil cinema.

Sasi Kumar Subramani Tamil Actor

Sasi Kumar Subramani

Sasi Kumar Subramani is a TV and cinema artist. He was born and brought up in Coimbatore. His father is an Engineer and mother is a Professor. He studied in Saint European Higher Secondary School. He entered in sports, when he was in ninth standard. After his tenth standard, he joined Polytechnic. He also learnt martial arts like Karate in his early age. After his studies, he wanted to join in cinema and with the consent of his parents, he visited Chennai. He got an opportunity to act in serials with the help of the cameraman Shakthi Saravanan. During the shooting, Sasi Kumar Subramani learnt some techniques behind the screens. While he was searching for jobs as well as good roles in the serials, Sasi Kumar Subramani got a marketing executive job. Then he joined JJ TV. He joined as an assistant editor and assistant capsule in charge. Then he got promoted as a capsule in charge. He also assisted director Raja Pandi. He also acted in DD’s serial Seval Pannai. He says he learnt so many techniques in acting, through reading the foreign books. Sasi Kumar Subramani got a chance to act in a film directed by Balu Mahendra and he has done a few of his films too. Sasi Kumar Subramani has also acted in Manirathnam’s Kannatthil Mutthamittaal. He always does meditation and Yoga. Sasi is also interested in reading books. He has also acted in the life history movie of Ramakrishna Paramahamsar. Sasi Kumar Subramani also acted with Madhavan in JJ. He has also acted in all south Indian languages. He has acted in the popular serial Chitthi with Radhika Sarath Kumar. Sasi Kumar Subramani insists the students not to mug up everything, but to understand the subjects. He also requests everyone to find out their interests and develop their skills.

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V Jayaprakash

V Jayaprakash is a Tamil film actor and producer, known for his production of “Gopala Gopala,” “Porkkaalam,” “Thavasi,” “April Maadhathil,” and “Julie Ganapathi,” among many others. Jayaprakash has also featured in more than 50 movies, including Tamil and Malayalam. Jayaprakash started off with productions of various films right from the beginning of the millennium decade, and is the owner of the production house, “GJ Banner.” 2007 saw Jayaprakash cast in the Tamil director, Cheran’s “Maya Kannadi,” which saw the inception of his career as an actor. Consequently, Jayaprakash featured in various movies in memorable supporting roles such as in Pandiraj’s “Pasanga,” and other films such as “Moodar Koodam,” “Yuddham Sei,” “Naadodigal,” “Mankatha,” and “Naan Mahaan Alla.” Born in the town of Sirkazhi in Tamil Nadu, Jayaprakash didn’t pursue acting or producing films, as a career. His financial constraints saw him undertake small business ventures such as owning a dairy farm, operating a petrol firm and owning a billiards parlor. Jayaprakash began his acting career at the age of 45, starting with “Maya Kannadi” in the year 2007. Jayaprakash started gaining notice after his memorable performance in the 2009 film, “Pasanga,” and is considered to be one of his breakthrough performances. In the same year, Jayaprakash was presented with a Tamil Filmfare Award, and a Vijay Award, for his role in Pasanga. 2008 and 2009 featured Jayaprakash in “Velli Thirai,” “Naadodigal” and “Laadam.” In 2010, Jayaprakash was cast in movies such as Thiru’s “Theeradha Vilaiyattu Pillai,” M. Raja’s “Thillalangdi,” Pandiraj’s “Vamsam,” Suseenthiran’s ”Naan Mahaan Alla,” the Mammootty starrer “Vandae Maatharam,” “Ayyanar,” and “Bale Pandiya.” The following year saw Jayaprakash in Mysskin’s “Yuddham Sei,” “Vaanam,” “Eththan,” Gokul’s “Rowthiram,” “Mankatha,” “Muran,” and S. Premnath’s “Uyarthiru 420” among many others. 2012 featured Jayaprakash in Tamil movies such as Pandiraj’s “Marina,” Sathyasiva’s “Kaazhugu,” “Aarohanam,” and in Malayalam movies like the Jayaram starrer “Thiruvambadi Thamban” and “Ustad Hotel.” 2013 saw Jayaprakash in Thiru’s “Samar,” the Mohanlal starrer “Red Wine,” “Ethir Neechal,” Vincent Selva’s “Thulli Vilayadu,” Naveen’s “Moodar Koodam,” the DUlquer Salmaan starrer “Pattam Pole,” and Venkat Prabhu’s “Biriyani,” among many others. In the following year, Jayaprakash featured in Raghava Lawrence’s “Kanchana 2,” “Eetti,” Pandiraj’s “Pasanga 2,” Venkat Prabhu’s “Masss,” “Yemito Ee Maya,” Mohan Raja’s “Thani Oruvan,” Suseenthiran’s “Paayum Puli,” and Velraj’s “Thanga Magan.” 2016 saw Jayaprakash in “Navarasa Thilagam,” “Aagam,” “Adida Melam,” and Sai Gokul Ramnath’s “Vaaliba Raja.” Jayaprakash started producing films since 1996, starting with Pandirajan’s “Gopala Gopala.” Consequently, Jayaprakash has also produced Bandi Saroj Kumar’s “Porkkalam,” the Vijaykanth starrer “Thavasi,” “April Maadhathil,” Balu Mahendra’s “Julie Ganapathi,” “Varnajaalam,” Gandhi Krishna’s “Chellamae,” and the Vijaykanth starrer “Niranja Manasu.”

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