Velmurugan is a Tamil actor cum director cum producer. He came from a family with a political background and had involved in politics at his young age. His debut movie as an actor was " Autograph AUTOGRAPH (FIVE FINGERS) is a serial that revolves >> Read More... " and as a director was "Nesam Pudhusu.” The movie was famous for its Vadivelu comedy, "Kaiya Pudichi iluthiya. .. Enna Kaiya Pudichi iluthiya?”, which still serves as a resource for meme creators in the southern states. Though the movie and the comedy scenes are quite famous among people, he is not.

People recognize him as an actor, but not as a director. When asked about his absence in social media, he says, "I never felt like I have done anything great to want people to know about me." His recent direction, "Evan di unna pethan” (meaning : who gave birth to you) is an upcoming Tamil movie featuring Raghu, Praveen and Imman Annachi Imman Annachi is one of the most popular televisio >> Read More... as lead characters. When asked about his entry into the film industry, he says that it was Mr.K.Bhagyaraj, a Tamil actor who inspired him to choose this field.

He says that he always had immense love for his works. He shows director A.Jagannathan as his Guru, under whom he worked as assistant director for about 4 or 5 films. In script writing, Velmurugan and his colleague Raja Gopal share an unbreakable partnership. It was this duo, who made us laugh in those golden Goundamani, Senthil comedies. He says that most of the comedy scenes by him are inspired by real life experiences. The epic character by Vadivelu being the head of Varuthapadatha Valibar Sangam Varuthapadatha Valibar Sangam is a Tamil televisio >> Read More... in the movie winner is also inspired by his own life.

He was born in Thiruponnam of Sivagangai district, Tamil Nadu. Varuthapadatha Valibar Sangam was the name of his Kabaddi team there. It was a group of naughty boys who never ran out of problems. He imparted his experiences in the team into the film. It's been years since the launch of the film but still the dialogue “Intha kota thandi neeyum varapdathu Nanum varamaten” (meaning : you will not go beyond this line and I will not come) is used by youngsters. We can say that Velmurugan is the reason behind the trolls used today, it would be right to call him the troll maker.

He is also the scriptwriter of Nandini, a famous serial telecasted in Sun TV. It is a story of a snake waiting to take revenge on a household. Though the serial had a lot of controversies regarding the ownership of the script, it became successful. Though he was remarkably successful in his field, though we know and love his works, most of us don't know him. Hope this post gives at least an outline of his works.

Achamillai Gopi Tamil Actor

Achamillai Gopi

Achamillai Gopi, also known as Gopalakrishnan is an Indian film and television actor, singer, and dubbing artist. He was born in the small town Thanjavur in Tamil Nadu. His father M. Venkatraman was a railway officer and his mother was Meenakshi. He is related to singer Vani Jairam as he is the nephew of the renowned singer. He had an interest in art and culture from an early age. He followed the paths of scholars like Shri Neela-Kunjumani, and Shri Mala Chandrashekhar. He has made appearances in more than 1000 Telugu, Tamil, and Malayalam films and TV series. He acquired training under Guru Shrimaan Kumbakonam Nataraj Iyer. After that, he initiated his music troop and named it 'Gopi Krishna' in 1970. Later he got the opportunity to work with well-known composer Ilaiyaraaja. He also sang songs for music directors like Narasimhan, Ravindran, and V Kumar. He received an offer from music composer Mr. Joshua Rajan to share the stage with playback singer T.M. Soundararajan. Apart from this, he has collaborated with various music directors. He became the lead singer for the music troop of Mr. Shankar Ganesh for a period of eight years. Afterward, he sang for musicians like Shri S.P. Balasubrahmanyam, Malaysia Vasudevan, and Mr. Gagai Amaran. In addition to this, he worked with Sirkazhi Govindarajan, A.L. Raghavan, Mano, P. Susheela, and Jamuna Rani. He has been running his orchestra with a group of 24 people. He has done more than 10000 shows with his band. In 1972, he started working in the Accountant General's (AG) office. He worked there for three years, and it was a stepping stone in his life as celebrities like Mr. K. Balachander, Mr. G. Balasubramaniam, and Mr. Gokulnath were working in the same office. As Gopi used to perform in cultural events organized in the AG offices from all over India, he got noticed by these directors and writers. His singing and dramatics skills were appreciated by all of them. He started his acting on the small screen from the TV series Periya Veetu Thinnai in 1975. He received an award for best actor in C.S.R.S.B. organized by the then Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M.G. Ramachandran. The judges were Mr. Gopali and Y.G. Parthasarathy, who suggested him to work in TV series. He started his journey with Doordarshan Kendra and went on to work in 500 different TV serials. Some of them were directed and produced by production houses like Kavithalaya productions, AVM Productions, Krishnaswamy Associates, Jayashree Pictures, and Abhinaya Creations. He has been a part of the South Indian Dubbing Union for more than thirty years. He is currently the Vice-President of the Union. He has lent his voiceovers for actors like Bhanu Chander, Govindha, Rishi Kapoor, Anupam Kher, Rahman, and Nagarjuna. He has also worked as a dubbing or voiceover artist for English movies such as Titanic, and The Lost World. He was launched on the Silver Screen by K. Balachandran, in the movie Thillu Mullu (1981) where he worked along with Rajnikanth. After that, he appeared in various movies including Achamillai Achamillai (1984), Paddikadha Pannayar (1985), Nallavan (1988), Parthal Pasu (1988), Idhaya Vaasal (1991), and Punnaagai Poove (2003). He is married to Shobana Gopi, and they have two children named Aishwray and Ajitha Gopi.