Chandrasekhar (Tamil actor)

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Born 1954
Vagaikulam, Dindigul District, Tamil Nadu, India
Residence Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India
Occupation Actor
Years active 1979–present
Spouse(s) Jagadeeshwari[1]
Children Sivaharshan
Sivaranjini
Awards National Film Award for Best Supporting Actor
2002 Nanba Nanba

Chandrasekhar (born 1954),[2] also known as Vagai Chandrasekhar, is an Indian stage, film and television actor working in tamil language films, known for his histrionics[disambiguation needed]. He played lead or supportive roles in Tamil films of the 1980s.[3] He won the National Film Award for Best Supporting Actor for his role in the 2002 film Nanba Nanba.[4]

Filmography[edit]

Actor[edit]

  • Angusam (2014)
  • Maanja Velu (2010)
  • Thotta (2008)
  • Sena (2003)
  • Nanba Nanba (2002)
  • Kasi (2001)
  • Pandavar Bhoomi (2001)
  • Thirupathi Ezhumalai Venkatesa (1999)
  • Thaayin Manikodi (1998)
  • Abimanyu (1997)
  • Periya Thambi (1997)
  • Vazhga Jananayagam (1996)
  • Pudhiya Parashakthi (1996)
  • Poovarasan (1996)
  • Thirumbi Paar (1996)
  • Panchalankurichi (1996)
  • Anthimanthaarai (1996)
  • Pullakuttikaran (1995)
  • Periya Kudumbam (1995)
  • Muthu Kaalai (1995)
  • Anbu Magan (1995)
  • Chinna Muthu (1994)
  • Seeman (1994)
  • Seevalaperi Pandi (1994)
  • Senthamizh Selvan (1994)
  • Pudhusa Pootha Rosa (1994)
  • Maindhan (1994)
  • Rasa Magan (1994)
  • Jai Hind (1994)
  • Ilaignar Ani (1994)
  • En Idhaya Rani (1993)
  • R.R-R.K.-R.M-R.G-Kathavaraya Krishna Kamarajan (1993)
  • Pathini Penn (1993)
  • Thanga Pappa (1993)
  • Maharasan (1993)
  • Madurai Meenatshi (1993)
  • Maravan (1993)
  • Kasu Thangakasu (1992)
  • Endrum Anbudan (1992)
  • Kottai Vaasal (1992)
  • Chinnavar (1992)
  • Purushan Enakku Arasan (1992)
  • Naane Varuven (1992)
  • Villu Pattukaran (1992)
  • Mill Thozhilali (1991)
  • Mangalyam Thanthunane (1991)
  • Kizhakku Karai (1991)
  • Pudhu Padagan (1990)
  • Satthan Sollai Thattathe (1990)
  • Durga (1990)
  • Pengal Veettin Kangal (1990)
  • Silambu (1990)
  • Thaimasam Poovasam (1990)
  • Murugane Thunai (1990)
  • Sagalakala Sammandhi (1989)
  • Thiruppu Munai (1989)
  • Karagattakaran (1989)
  • Paasa Mazhai (1989)
  • Palaivanathil Pattampoochi (1988)
  • Parthal Pasu (1988)
  • Pattikattu Thambi (1988)
  • Thappu Kanakku (1988)
  • Senthoora Poove (1988)
  • Sakkarai Pandhal (1988)
  • Ratha Dhanam (1988)
  • Paadatha Thenekkal (1988)
  • Illam (1988)
  • Ganam Kortaar Avargale (1988)
  • Shenbagame Shenbagame (1988)
  • Neram Nallarukku (1987)
  • Thangachi (1987)
  • Ullam Kavarndha Kalvan (1987)
  • Ini Oru Sudhanthiram (1987)
  • Dharma Pathini (1986)
  • Maragadha Veenai (1986)
  • Mudhal Vasantham (1986)
  • Oomai Vizhigal (1986)
  • Samsaram Adhu Minsaram (1986)
  • Sivappu Malargal (1986)
  • Mahasakthi Mariamman (1986)
  • Kannukku Maiezhudhu (1986)
  • Selvakku (1986)
  • Sivappu Nila (1985)
  • Sivappu Kili (1985)
  • Needhiyin Nizhal (1985)
  • Aval Sumangalithan (1985)
  • Mannuketha Ponnu (1985)
  • Raja Gopuram (1985)
  • Pudhiya Sangamam (1984)
  • Puyal Kadantha Bhoomi (1984)
  • Theerpu Enkaiyil (1984)
  • Ingeyum Oru Gangai (1984)
  • Echchil Iravugal (1982)
  • Thai Moogambigai (1982)
  • Rendum Rendum Anju (1988)
  • Nilavai Kaiyella Pidichen (1987)
  • Koottu Puzhukkal (1987)
  • Adutha Veedu (1986)
  • Mattukkara Mannaru (1986)
  • Ragasiyam (1986)
  • Solai Pushpangal (1986)
  • Naagam (1985)
  • Inimai Idho Idho (1983)
  • Marumagale Vazhga (1982)
  • Thookkumedai (1982)
  • Andha Rathirukku Satchi Illai (1982)
  • Azhagiya Kanne (1982)
  • Sumai (1981)
  • Sivappu Malli (1981)
  • Palaivana Solai (1981)
  • Kallukkul Eeram (1980)
  • Nizhalgal (1980)

Television[edit]

  • Therkathi Ponnu
  • Vasantham

Dubbing Artist[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://cinema.maalaimalar.com/2013/07/18215219/films--busy-was-Chandrasekhar.html
  2. ^ "300 படங்களில் நடித்து சந்திரசேகர் சாதனை". Maalai Malar. 13 July 2013. Retrieved 25 July 2013. 
  3. ^ Kumar, S. R. Ashok (30 November 2006). "I wanted to do only powerful roles". The Hindu. Retrieved 17 February 2013. 
  4. ^ Rangarajan, Malathi (1 August 2003). "Reapers of a happy harvest". The Hindu. Retrieved 17 February 2013.