Vatsan Chakravarthy is an actor who appears in supporting roles in the South Indian Film Industry. Many people in the Tamil Cinema know him by the name VC. His works include movies such as Chennai 600028 II: Second Innings, Tharkappu, Engaeyum Eppothum, Vathikuchi, etc. He took birth in South India on 27th November 1991.
He has struggled in the industry with his good-bad performances. However, the young actor has made his mark among the budding actors in the Tamil Cinema. Health became an issue of concern for Vatsan as he caught dengue in 2014; this led to his absence from the industry for a couple of years. He made his debut in 2010 with the movie Aridhu Aridhu. The drama directed by K. R. Mathivanan under the banner JK Creations had fresh faces.
Shot in Chennai and Australia, the film got mixed reviews and became a flop. It revolved around the issue of terrorism and communal violence around the world. A year later in 2011, Vatsan appeared in M. Saravanan directorial Engaeyum Eppothum. It also featured Ananya, Jai, and Anjali in lead roles. Produced under Fox Star Studios and A R Murugadoss, Engaeyum Eppothum got critically acclaimed at the box office. It showed Vatsan as Ramesh. He played a bus passenger who woos a fellow traveler. The film received some awards at Edison Award Function, Vijay Awards, and South Filmfare Awards. Engaeyum Eppothum became Vatsan’s breakthrough into the Tamil Cinema as his shot role got public appreciation.
In 2012, he appeared in another A R Murugadoss production Pandi Oliperukki Nilayam. Directed by
, it showed Vatsan as Siluvia; it also featured Sunaina in the lead role. Pandi Oliperukki Nilayam did average business at the box office. In 2013, Vatsan became a part of two movies, Apple Penne and Vathikuchi. He played the antagonist in Vathikuchi and the protagonist in Apple Penne. R. K. Kalaimani's Apple Penne gave Vatsan the opportunity to work with
Both the films received average reviews. Later, Vatsan took a break from acting due to health problems; he refrained from the industry for about two years. In 2016, he made a comeback in Ravi’s directorial Tharkappu; he portrayed Vino. Subsequently, he played Cheenu in Venkat Prabhu’s Chennai 600028 II. The Tamil audience remembers Vatsan from his performance as a young passenger from Engaeyum Eppothum. He is presently a part of Kalavu a Murali Karthick directorial.