1 March 1935|
Madras, British India
|Died||1 March 2003
|Occupation||Actor, director, scriptwriter|
Starting as an amateur stage artist while working full-time in the Telecom department in the early 1950s, Sundararajan entered the film world with Pattinathaar (1962), directed by K. Somu. After a powerful performance as a blind and retired army official in K. Balachander's Major Chandrakant (1966), he came to be known as 'Major Sundararajan'.
He acted in over 900 films and a few television serials, giving memorable performances in Gauravam, Ethir Neechal, Bama Vijayam, Apoorva Raagangal, Deiva Magan and Deiva Cheyal. He continued to act in stage plays while playing memorable roles on the screen. He acted in a few Malayalam and Telugu movies as well.
|1985||Andha Oru Nimidam|
|1983||Indru Nee Nalai Naan|
- Sundarrajan, IMDb, retrieved 14 December 2008