Sathya Prakash is a popular south Indian villain actor, who hailed from Odisha. His father was a government staff and Sathya got a place in the government school and he completed his schooling. Sambalpur, Burgad and Burhampur are the places, where Sathya completed his graduation and post graduation. Sathya did his MBA in Kolkata. He was a bank employee for a few years.

After a few years, he got placed on the defense. Almost he was in Odisha till his thirty years. But he was interested in acting and so, he resigned his job and travelled Chennai. He says, being born in a poor family, it was through the god’s blessings, he is in his current position. Sathya Prakash is a very big fan of Amitabh Bachchan Amitabh Bachchan was conceived on October 11, 1942 >> Read More... . Sathya doesn’t know any other language except Oriya, Hindi and English. But today, he speaks Tamil fluently and also knows almost all the south Indian languages. He acts in Bhojpuri, Bengali, Hindi and Oriya too. He appeared in almost all roles Hero, villain, and Character roles. He has also done a professional course in acting. He has suffered a lot to get chances in the films.

He made a wait for 5 years after coming to Chennai, for getting the opportunity in the film industry. First, he got a chance in a Telugu movie. Sathya was provided with an excellent opportunity to act with Telugu hero Saikumar in the film Police Story. It was a super duper hit and he got a good name.

After Police Story, he was called upon by the popular Tamil director K. Bhagyaraj to act in his venture, Vaetiya Madichu Kattu, which was the debut of his son Shanthanu as a child artist. This movie also gave Sathya a good name in the villain role. He has performed with all the star heroes and all the popular directors. Sathya Prakash has planned to direct a film. After the success of the film, he has plans to do big budget movies. Sathya Prakash requests people to trust in the Cosmic Energy, that is god.The list of Sathya Prakash movies can be found on the sidebar. The exclusive Sathya Prakash interview can be viewed above.

Prakash Raj Tamil Actor

Prakash Raj

Prakash Raj, born on 26th of March, 1965, as Prakash Rai, in Bangalore, is an actor, director, and producer. He is also a television presenter and has worked in films of many languages. He is best known for his work in the film industry of South India, and for playing roles of a villain in quite a few Bollywood films. He hails from a Tulu and Kannada-speaking household and is fluent in various other languages such as Hindi, Marathi, Tamil, and Telugu. He also has an actor brother named Prasad Raj. He studied at St. Joseph’s Boy’s School, and subsequently, at St. Joseph’s College of Commerce. Both institutions are in Bangalore. Prakash has three children, Meghana, Pooja, and Sidhu, from his earlier marriage to the actress Lalitha Kumari. His son, unfortunately, passed away in the year 2004. He is currently married to the choreographer Pony Verma. In the first few years of his career, he worked in Kannada Doordarshan, doing serials like Guddada Bhootha, and he also acted in supporting roles in Kannada movies like Nishkarsha. He gained immense recognition from the movie, Harakeya Kuri, starring alongside actors Vishnuvardhan and Geetha. He has also done many stage shows like Netru, Indru, Naalai, and biopic films like Iruvar. The Indian Government felicitated him with the National Film Award for the Best Supporting Actor, for the movie, “Iruvar”, and the National Film Award for Best Actor for the Tamil movie, “Kanchivaram”. In the form of a tribute to his first movie gaining lot of success, he kept his production company name as “Duet Movies”. He earned commercial success with movies like “Naanu Nanna Kanasu”, which he also directed, and “Poi” He has won many other National Awards too. He has been acting in Bollywood since the year 2000, mostly for dubbing some for his films in Hindi. As a debutant Bollywood actor, he worked in the movie “Shakti-The Power”, in the year 2001. He has also acted in Hindi films like “Buddha Hoga Tera Baap”, “Singham” and “Wanted”.    



It's no secret that most celebrities use stunt doubles when filming particularly challenging scenes, but it's not something we always remember when caught up in the energy of an action-packed movie. In Indian film industry, particularly in Kollywood and Bollywood, stunt actors are indeed a must.  Here we bring out a story on Rajendran, who has bonded with many actors as stunt doubles in many films. Having a career graph in over 500 south Indian films as a stunt double in M-town (Malayalam films), he shifted towards Kollywood for getting better opportunities where he could transform him to a seasoned artist. The man with flawless body has come a long way. He has a major break in Vijay 59, where the stunt artist has developed his six-pack muscles for playing the role of Vijay’s driver. Rajendran was adapted to doing stunt scenes since his early career. Therefore, he had tiny thoughts like ”extreme danger” in his mind.  For getting used to stunt doubles, one actor must be good at getting hurt, so he got used to such offer in M-town. He was assigned a significant role in Naan Kadavul( 2009), where he performed the role of a cruel character who tortured beggars mercilessly, and this role earned him good acclaim from audiences. Thus from a stunt film actor for many years, he started playing his lead roles one after another and even bagged a villain-type of comedy role in ‘Boss Engira Bhaskaran’ (2010). Today, he looks almost exactly like Dara Singh( Hindi actor), who also made way to acting after being recognized as stunt-cum-actor. Known for his rough voice and rough appearance ( villain type), the actor has stated that he used to raise his voice so loud in stunt roles that it was always four times louder than even dubbing. Thus, his rough voice has become an identity in Kollywood. For his rough exterior, even women had tried to keep a distance from him, that was the effect of his portrayal in ‘Naan Kadavul'.  There has been development in his career now. Post- Naan Kadavul, he has acted in 2  Malayalam movies in M-town and eight Tamil films, one Kannada, which includes ‘Milaga’, ‘Thambi Arjuna’, ‘Thambi Kottai’ and ‘Bana Kathadi’. He has a dozen projects with him that is in pipeline.  It is said that even his father Arunachalam and his brothers are stunt masters.  

Rajendran Tamil Actor