Tuesday, 15 October 2013

Rajinikanth


Name:            Rajnikanth
Address:        1B, Raghavaveera Avenue,
                        Poes Garden, Chennai-600086
Contact No:  24991291,24990278
Email:
In the Field:  Acted in more than 150 films across the languages Tamil, Kannada, Telugu, Malayalam and Hindi. Wrote and produced a few films.             

Noted Films: Apoorva Ragangal
Moondru Mudichu
                     Mullum Malarum
                     16 Vayathinile
                     6 Muthal 60 Varai
                     Murattukkalai
                     Annamalai
                     Muthu
Basha
                     Padayappa
Chandramukhi
Sivaji
Enthiran
                       
Awards:         Tamilnadu state awards for best actor-four times
                     Filmfare award
                     Padhmavibhushan, the civilian honour of Indian Government.

Special:         
·        Second highest paid actor in Asia (second to Jackie Chan) and popularly accepted as the Superstar in southern languages and respected throughout the nation.
·        Rajinikanth was born as Shivaji Rao Gaekwad,[5] to mother Jijabai and father Ramoji Rao Gaikwad, a police constable, on 12 December 1950 in the Indian city of Bangalore in Mysore State, present-day Karnataka.
·        He attended the Government Model Primary School at Gavipuram, Bangalore, where he had his primary education in Kannada language.
·        Join the Madras Film Institute
·      Debut as an actor in the National Film Award–winning Tamil film Apoorva Raagangal (1975), directed by K. Balachander.
·        His second film, a Kannada film, Katha Sangama, was directed by Puttanna Kanagal and released in 1976.
·        In the following years, he continued to perform a variety of negative roles.
·        The 1978 film Bhairavi was the first Tamil film to cast Rajinikanth as a main hero.
·        He also got the "superstar" title through the film.
·        In 1983, he starred in his first Bollywood film, Andha Kanoon.
·        Rajinikanth wrote his first screenplay for the film Valli (1993).

·        His film ‘Muthu’ became the first Tamil film to be dubbed into Japanese, as Mutu: Odoru Maharaja.


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