M. K. Radha
M. K. Radha (20 November 1910 - 29 August 1985) was a Tamil cinema actor. He was born in Chennai and took up acting in Tamil stage at the age of 7. He was tutored by his father Kandasamy Mudaliar a famous drama teacher at that time. His career spanned for almost 25 years in Tamil drama as a lead actor during India´s pre-independence days and he was a popular social hero in various patriotic dramas.
- Sathi Leelavathi - 1936
- Maya Machindra
- Apoorva Sagodharargal - 1949, an adaptation of Alexandre Dumas' Corsican brothers
Awards and honours
In 1973, he received the Padma Shri Award for his contribution to performing arts from President V.V. Giri.
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