Sanjeev is a Tamil lead actor in television and films. He is also a television host and been active in the industry from 1998 to till date. He is popular for appearing in the Tamil drama serial, “ Thirumathi Selvam” directed by S. Kumaran and produced under Vikatan Televistas. He played the lead role as Selvam, a mechanic who was unmarried because he works hard for the welfare of his family. This serial was broadcasted on Sun TV from 2007 to 2013.

Sanjeev came from a family which is involved in television and films that’s why he ended up as an actor too. His sister, Sindhu, is an actress. Sanjeev is also the nephew of the late Yesteryear actress, Manjula Vijayakumar. His closest friend is Kollywood actor and playback singer, Vijay. They both went to Loyola College in Chennai to study Visual Communications. He was also Deepak Dinkar and Shree’s colleague. Sanjeev got arranged marriage to the television actress, Preethi Srinivasan in 2009 and they are blessed with a daughter Laya.

Sanjeev first appeared on television through the serial, “ Nambikkai” on Sun TV where he did a supporting role. Sanjeev played a negative role in the popular Tamil drama serial, “ Metti Oli” in 2002 which was later dubbed in Telugu as “Mettala Savvadi”. Then he acted in the popular daily soap Annamalai (2002 -2005). After performing in many negative and supporting roles, he got a chance to play the lead role in Thirumathi Selvam. This show became a huge success among the Television viewers and he was applauded for his performance as Selvam. He also got few awards for his performance in Thirumathi Selvam like the Best Actor Male Award in Vivel Chinnathirai Award in 2008, Best Actor Male Award in Tamil Nadu State Award for Television in 2009, Best Actor Male in Sun Kudumbam Awards in 2010 and Most Entertaining Male Actor in Big FM Tamil Entertainment Awards for Television in 2011.

Since then, Sanjeev started getting many offers as a lead in television serials like Manikoondu, Vilakku Vacha Nerathula, Idhayam, Aval, Thulasi, and Karai. He also hosted the Kala Master’s dance competition show, Maanada Mayilada, which was broadcasted on Kalaignar TV from 2007 and running till date up to the present. Sanjeev entered the silver screen in supporting roles with his friend Vijay. In the year 1998, he did the movie, Nilaave Vaa as Baasha. Then in 2001, he appeared as Badri’s friend in Tamil sports action film, Badri, and continued to do few more Tamil films like En Mana Vaanil, Puthiya Geethai, Nenjirukkum Varai and Palaivana Solai. He is one of the much-acclaimed actors in the tele industry.

Delhi Kumar Tamil Actor

Delhi Kumar

Delhi Kumar is a veteran Tamil television and film actor. He is also a known stage actor and a senior drama artist. He is married to Gayathri, and they have a son named, Arvind Swamy, who was adopted by the Indian Philanthropist, V. D. Swami. He is basically from a theater group based in Delhi and also one of the members of the Delhi Drama Troupe in Nanganallur in Madras, India together with the veteran film actor, Delhi Ganesh. Although Delhi Kumar is widely known for his roles in television and films, he was just like the other veterans who started off as a stage artist and playwright. Delhi Kumar has written and acted in many stage plays like Theerndhadhu Kanakku, an adaptation of the Agatha Christie Novel, ‘Witness for the Prosecution.' It was K. Balachander, who spotted him and got impressed with his acting skills. When he moved to Chennai, he took a voluntary retirement and contacted the veteran director, K. Balachander, and then he was offered to do the Tamil TV Serial, Premi through which he entered the Tamil small screen. Subsequently, he acted in the Tamil drama serial, Metti Oli that was broadcasted on Sun TV. His performance in Metti Oli as the responsible father of 5 daughters was very much appreciated.  Delhi Kumar played the role of Chidambaram, the father of Dhanam, Saroja, Leela, Viji and Bhavani in Metti Oli.. He is a land broker who tries to bring his children the best way he can. The story evolves on the lives of his five daughters. Then, Delhi Kumar did the serial, ‘Tharkappu Kalai Theeratha’. Later, he acted as a male protagonist in the Tamil drama soap, ‘Mundhanai Mudichu’. He once again appeared as a father  in the serial; he was the father of three daughters who get them wedded to three sons of his friend. In 2012, Delhi Kumar also played the role of Chidambaram, the father of Santhosh and Devi, in the drama soap, Bommalattam on Sun TV. He also did an important role in Cho Ramasamy’s, Enge Brahmanan series that was aired on Jaya. Though his interest is in stage dramas, Delhi Kumar feels TV is a better option because of certain constraints in drama. He is so experienced in acting that, at times, he gives suggestions to the serial director for the good of the serial. His spontaneity and the way he emotes any role are his positive sides which attracted many fans. Because of his fatherly image in many serials, Delhi Kumar was given a chance to perform on the big screen. He did few Tamil films like Dumm Dumm Dumm where he played as Adhi’s father in 2001 and Kannathil Muthamittal in 2002. He was also a part of the Tollywood film, Stalin in 2006. In 2010, he acted as Vaseegaran’s father in the techno-thriller film, Enthiran. In the same year, he did the film Singam and in 2013, he was still part of Singam II, a sequel to the 2010’s Singam. In 2012, he was awarded Sun Kudumbam Life Achievement Awards for his service to the industry, by Sun Network.

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