Kamal Haasan filmography

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Kamal Haasan, in black and white attire, looks at the camera
Kamal Haasan at the 61st Filmfare Awards South, 2014

Kamal Haasan is an Indian actor, producer, writer, director, playback singer and choreographer who works primarily in the Tamil film industry. He debuted as a child actor in the 1960 Tamil film Kalathur Kannamma, which won him the President's Gold Medal.[1] Since then he has acted in over 200 films in several languages including: Malayalam, Hindi, Telugu, Kannada and Bengali.[2] After a few projects as a child artist he took a break to continue his education. He later concentrated on dance choreography and worked as an assistant choreographer. During this time, he made uncredited appearances in a few films which he worked on.[1]

In 1973, Kamal landed his first adult role as Thiagu in the film Arangetram, directed by K. Balachander, whom the actor considers his mentor. He continued to act in minor roles in several films such as Sollathaan Ninaikkiren (1973) and Naan Avanillai (1974), most of which were directed by Balachander. His breakthrough as an independent lead actor came with the 1974 Malayalam film Kanyakumari.[1] His work in it won him the Filmfare Award for Best Actor (Malayalam). Following that, he starred in a series of films in both languages—Tamil and Malayalam. His breakthrough in Tamil cinema came with Balachander's Apoorva Raagangal (1975); the film earned him a second Filmfare Award, his first in Tamil.[1] Between 1974 and 1978, he won six Filmfare Awards including four consecutive wins for the Best Actor Tamil). Kamal turned producer for Raja Paarvai (1981), in which he played the lead role of a blind musician.[3] The film was produced under the "Hasan Brothers" banner which was later renamed Raaj Kamal Films International.

Kamal debuted in Bollywood with Balachander's Ek Duuje Ke Liye (1981), which was a remake of his 1978 Telugu film Maro Charitra. His role as a school teacher who looks after an amnesic girl in Moondram Pirai (1982) won him several accolades, including the Best Actor honours at the National Film Awards and Tamil Nadu State Film Awards. His work in Ramesh Sippy's Hindi film Saagar (1985), a triangular love story, was nominated in both Best Actor and Best Supporting Actor categories at the 33rd Filmfare Awards.[1][4] Under Raaj Kamal Films International, he produced films such as: Vikram (1986), Apoorva Sagodharargal (1989), Thevar Magan (1992) and Hey Ram (2000). As a producer he won a Filmfare Award and National Film Award for Apoorva Sagodharargal and Thevar Magan. Seven films featuring Kamal have been submitted by India to the Academy Awards for Best Foreign Language Film, the most for any actor in India.[5] In 2009, he became one of the few actors in India to have completed 50 years working in cinema. His work Vishwaroopam (2013), which he also produced and directed, won two awards at the 60th National Film Awards.[6]

As actor[edit]

Key
Films that have not yet been released Denotes films that have not yet been released
Film Year Role Language Director Notes Ref.
Kalathur Kannamma 1960 Selvam Tamil A. Bhimsingh Child artist [7]
Paarthal Pasi Theerum 1962 Babu, Kumar Tamil A. Bhimsingh Child artist [8]
Paadha Kaanikkai 1962 Tamil K. Shankar Child artist [9]
Kannum Karalum 1962 Malayalam K. S. Sethumadhavan Child artist [10]
Vanambadi 1963 Tamil G. R. Nathan Child artist [11]
Anandha Jodhi 1963 Tamil V. N. Reddy Child artist [12]
Maanavan 1970 Tamil M. A. Thirumugam Uncredited role [13]
Annai Velankanni 1971 Jesus Tamil Thankappan Uncredited role [14]
Kurathi Magan 1972 Tamil K. S. Gopalakrishnan [15]
Arangetram 1973 Thiagu Tamil K. Balachander [16]
Sollathaan Ninaikkiren 1973 Kamal Tamil K. Balachander [17]
Paruva Kaalam 1974 Chandran Tamil Jos A.N. Fernando [18]
Gumasthavin Magal 1974 Mani Tamil A. P. Nagarajan [19]
[20]
Naan Avanillai 1974 Tamil K. Balachander [17]
Kanyakumari 1974 Sankaran Malayalam K. S. Sethumadhavan [21]
Anbu Thangai 1974 Tamil S. P. Muthuraman Guest appearance [22]
[23]
Vishnu Vijayam 1974 Malayalam N. Sankaran Nair [24]
Aval Oru Thodar Kathai 1974 Prasad Tamil K. Balachander [25]
Panathukkaga 1974 Kumar Tamil M. S. Senthil [18]
Cinema Paithiyam 1975 Natarajan Tamil Muktha Srinivasan [18]
Pattampoochi 1975 Siva Tamil A. S. Pragasam [18]
Aayirathil Oruthi 1975 Kamal Tamil Avinashi Mani [18]
Then Sindhudhe Vaanam 1975 Tamil R. A. Sankaran [18]
Melnaattu Marumagal 1975 Raja Tamil A. P. Nagarajan [18]
Thangathile Vairam 1975 Kumar Tamil K. Sornam [18]
Pattikkaattu Raja 1975 Mahesh Tamil K. Shanmugam [18]
Njan Ninne Premikkunnu 1975 Malayalam K. S. Gopalakrishnan [18]
Maalai Sooda Vaa 1975 Tamil C. V. Rajendran [18]
Apoorva Raagangal 1975 Prasanna Tamil K. Balachander [26]
[27]
Thiruvonam 1975 Malayalam Sreekumaran Thampi [18]
Mattoru Seetha 1975 Malayalam P. Bhaskaran [18]
Raasaleela 1975 Malayalam N. Sankaran Nair [18]
Andharangam 1975 Tamil Muktha Srinivasan [18]
Appooppan 1976 Babumon Malayalam P. Bhaskaran [18]
Agni Pushpam 1976 Malayalam Jeassy [18]
Manmadha Leelai 1976 Madhu Tamil K. Balachander [28]
Anthuleni Katha 1976 Arun Telugu K. Balachander Cameo appearance [29]
Samassiya 1976 Malayalam K. Thankappan [18]
Swimming Pool 1976 Malayalam J. Sasikumar [18]
Aruthu 1976 Malayalam Ravi [18]
Satyam 1976 Tamil S. A. Kannan [18]
Oru Oodhappu Kan Simittugiradhu 1976 Ravi Tamil S. P. Muthuraman [18]
[30]
Unarchigal 1976 Selvam Tamil R. C. Sakthi [18]
[31]
Kuttavum Sikshayum 1976 Malayalam M. Masthan [18]
Kumaara Vijayam 1976 Kumar Tamil A. Jagannathan [18]
[32]
Idhaya Malar 1976 Mohan Tamil Gemini Ganesan [18]
Ponni 1976 Maran Malayalam Thoppil Bhasi [33]
Nee Ente Lahari 1976 Malayalam P. G. Viswambharan [18]
Moondru Mudichu 1976 Balaji Tamil K. Balachander [34]
Mogam Muppadhu Varusham 1976 Ramesh Tamil S. P. Muthuraman [18]
Lalitha 1976 Tamil Valampuri Somanathan [18]
Aaina 1977 Prem Kapoor Hindi K. Balachander Special appearance in the song "Ho Jaaye Jab Dil Se Dil Takraaye" [16]
Uyarndhavargal 1977 Aarumugam Tamil T. N. Balu [18]
[35]
Siva Thandavum 1977 Malayalam N. Sankaran Nair [36]
Aasheervaadam 1977 Malayalam I. V. Sasi [18]
Avargal 1977 Janardhan (Johnny) Tamil K. Balachander [37]
[38]
Madhuraswapnam 1977 Malayalam M. Krishnan Nair
Sreedevi 1977 Malayalam N. Sankaran Nair [18]
Unnai Suttrum Ulagam 1977 Raja Tamil G. Subramanya Reddiar [18]
Kabita 1977 Gopal Bengali Bharat Shamsher [39]
Ashtamangalyam 1977 Malayalam P. Gopikumar [18]
Nirakudum 1977 Malayalam A. Bhimsingh [18]
Ormakal Marikkumo 1977 Chandrasekharan Malayalam K. S. Sethumadhavan [18]
16 Vayathinile 1977 Gopalakrishnan (Chappani) Tamil P. Bharathiraja [40]
Aadu Puli Attam 1977 Madan Tamil S. P. Muthuraman [41]
[18]
Aanandham Paramaanandham 1977 Babu Malayalam I. V. Sasi [18]
Naam Pirandha Mann 1977 Ranjith Tamil A. Vincent [18]
[42]
Kokila 1977 Vijaykumar Kannada Balu Mahendra [43]
Satyavan Savithri 1977 Sathyavan Malayalam P. G. Viswambharan [18]
Aadhya Paadam 1977 Malayalam Adoor Bhasi [18]
Nizhal Nijamagiradhu 1978 Sanjeevi Tamil K. Balachander [18]
Sakka Podu Podu Raja 1978 Tamil S. P. Muthuraman Cameo appearance [44]
Madanolsavam 1978 Raju Malayalam N. Sankaran Nair [18]
Kaathirunna Nimisham 1978 Raju Malayalam Baby [18]
Aval Viswasthayayirunnu 1978 Anto Malayalam Jeassy Guest appearance
Anumodhanam 1978 Malayalam I. V. Sasi [18]
Maro Charitra 1978 Balu Telugu] K. Balachander [45]
Ilamai Oonjaladukirathu 1978 Prabhu Tamil C. V. Sridhar [46]
Sattam En Kaiyil 1978 Babu, Rathinam Tamil T. N. Balu [18]
Vayasu Pilichindi 1978 Raja Telugu C. V. Sridhar [47]
Thappida Thala 1978 Amrit Lal Kannada K. Balachander Cameo appearance [48]
Padakuthira 1978 Malayalam P. G Vasudevan [18]
Vayanadan Thamban 1978 Vayanadan Thamban Malayalam A. Vincent [18]
Aval Appadithan 1978 Arun Tamil C. Rudhraiya [49]
Sigappu Rojakal 1978 Dileep Tamil P. Bharathiraja [50]
Manidharil Ithanai Nirangala 1978 Velu Tamil R. C. Sakthi [18]
Thappu Thalangal 1978 Amrit Lal Tamil K. Balachander Cameo appearance [18]
[48]
Yaetta 1978 Ramu Malayalam I. V. Sasi [18]
Sommokadidhi Sokkadidhi 1979 Rangadu,
Shekar
Telugu Singeetam Srinivasa Rao [18]
Sigappukkal Mookkuthi 1979 Tamil Valampuri Somanathan [18]
Neeya 1979 Kamal Tamil Durai [18]
Allauddinum Albhutha Vilakkum 1979 Alauddin Malayalam I. V. Sasi [51]
Thaayillamal Naan Illai 1979 Raja Tamil R. Thyagarajan [51]
Ninaithale Inikkum 1979 Chandru Tamil K. Balachander [52]
Andhamaina Anubhavam 1979 Chandru Telugu K. Balachander [52]
Allaudinaum Arputha Vilakkum 1979 Alauddin Tamil I. V. Sasi [51]
Idi Katha Kaadu 1979 Janardhan Telugu K. Balachander [29]
Nool Veli 1979 Kamal Haasan Tamil K. Balachander Guest appearance as himself
Simultaneously filmed in Telugu as Guppedu Manasu
[53]
Kalyanaraman 1979 Kalyanam, Raman Tamil G. N. Rangarajan [54]
Pasi 1979 Kamal Haasan Tamil Durai Guest appearance as himself [55]
Guppedu Manasu 1979 Kamal Haasan Telugu K. Balachander Guest appearance as himself
Simultaneously filmed in Tamil as Nool Veli
[56]
Mangala Vaathiyam 1979 Tamil K. Shankar [18]
Neela Malargal 1979 Chandran Tamil Krishnan Panju [18]
Azhiyadha Kolangal 1979 Gowrishankar Tamil Balu Mahendra [18]
Ullasa Paravaigal 1980 Ravi Tamil C. V. Rajendran [18]
Guru 1980 Guru Tamil I. V. Sasi [18]
Varumayin Niram Sivappu 1980 Rangan Tamil K. Balachander Simultaneously filmed in Telugu as Aakali Rajyam [57]
Maria, My Darling 1980 Raghu Kannada Durai Bilingual film [58]
Maria, My Darling 1980 Raghu Tamil Durai [18]
[59]
Saranam Ayyappa 1980 Tamil Dasarathan Guest appearance [60]
Natchathiram 1980 Kamal Haasan Tamil Dasari Narayana Rao Guest appearance [18]
Thillu Mullu 1981 Charu Haasan Tamil K. Balachander Guest appearance [61]
Aakali Rajyam 1981 J. Ranga Rao Telugu K. Balachander Simultaneously filmed in Tamil as Varumayin Niram Sivappu [62]
Meendum Kokila 1981 Manian Tamil G. N. Rangarajan [63]
Ram Lakshman 1981 Ram Tamil R. Thyagarajan [18]
Raja Paarvai 1981 Raghu Tamil Singeetam Srinivasa Rao Simultaneously filmed in Telugu as Amavasya Chandrudu [54]
[62]
Ek Duuje Ke Liye 1981 Vasu Hindi K. Balachander [64]
Kadal Meengal 1981 Selvanayagam, Rajan Tamil G. N. Rangarajan [18]
Savaal 1981 P. P. Raja Tamil R. Krishnamoorthy [65]
Sankarlal 1981 Dharmalingam, Mohan Tamil T. N. Balu [18]
Tik Tik Tik 1981 Dilip Tamil P. Bharathiraja [65]
Ellam Inbamayyam 1981 Velu Tamil G. N. Rangarajan [54]
Vazhvey Maayam 1982 Raja Tamil R. Krishnamoorthy [66]
Anthiveyilile Ponnu 1982 Malayalam Radhakrishnan [67]
Moondram Pirai 1982 Srinivasan (Seenu) Tamil Balu Mahendra [54]
[68]
Maattuvin Chattangale 1982 Malayalam K. G. Rajasekharan Special appearance in the song "Maattuvin Chattangale" [18]
[69]
Simla Special 1982 Gopu Tamil Muktha Srinivasan [18]
Sanam Teri Kasam 1982 Sunil Sharma Hindi Narendra Bedi [70]
Sakalakala Vallavan 1982 Velu Tamil S. P. Muthuraman [65]
Ezham Rathiri 1982 Malayalam Krishnakumar [18]
Rani Theni 1982 Kamal Haasan Tamil G. N. Rangarajan Cameo appearance [71]
Yeh To Kamaal Ho Gaya 1982 Ratan Chander,
Ajay Saxena
Hindi Tatineni Rama Rao [18]
Pagadai Panirendu 1982 Anand Tamil Dhamodharan. N [18]
Agni Sakshi 1982 Kamal Haasan Tamil K. Balachander Guest appearance [72]
Zara Si Zindagi 1983 Rakesh Kumar Shastri Hindi K. Balachander [71]
Uruvangal Maralam 1983 Kamal Haasan Tamil S. V. Ramanan Guest appearance [65]
Sattam 1983 Raja Tamil K. Vijayan [71]
Sagara Sangamam 1983 Balakrishna Telugu K. Viswanath [73]
[27]
Sadma 1983 Somu Hindi Balu Mahendra [74]
Poikkal Kudhirai 1983 Kamal Haasan Tamil K. Balachander Cameo appearance [71]
Benkiyalli Aralida Hoovu 1983 Kannada K. Balachander Special appearance in the song "Munde Banni" [58]
[75]
Thoongadhey Thambi Thoongadhey 1983 Gopi, Vinod Tamil S. P. Muthuraman [65]
Yeh Desh 1984 Mathur Hindi Tatineni Rama Rao [71]
Ek Nai Paheli 1984 Sandeep Hindi K. Balachander [76]
Yaadgar 1984 Rajnath Hindi Dasari Narayana Rao [71]
Raaj Tilak 1984 Suraj Hindi Rajkumar Kohli [77]
Enakkul Oruvan 1984 Madhan, Upendhra Tamil S. P. Muthuraman [27]
Karishma 1984 Sunny Hindi I. V. Sasi [71]
Oru Kaidhiyin Diary 1985 David, Shankar Tamil P. Bharathiraja [54]
Kaakki Sattai 1985 Murali Tamil Rajasekhar [71]
Andha Oru Nimidam 1985 Kumar Tamil Major Sundarrajan [71]
Uyarndha Ullam 1985 Anandh Tamil S. P. Muthuraman [71]
Saagar 1985 Raja Hindi Ramesh Sippy [78]
[79]
Geraftaar 1985 Kishan Kumar Khanna Hindi Prayag Raaj [71]
[80]
Mangamma Sabadham 1985 Ashok, Raja Tamil K. Vijayan [71]
Japanil Kalyanaraman 1985 Kalyanam, Raman Tamil S. P. Muthuraman [81]
Dekha Pyar Tumhara 1985 Vishal Hindi Virendra Sharma [71]
Vikram 1986 Vikram Tamil Rajasekhar [82]
Swathi Muthyam 1986 Sivaiah Telugu K. Viswanath [83]
Naanum Oru Thozhilali 1986 Bharath Tamil C. V. Sridhar [71]
Manakanakku 1986 Unknown Tamil R. C. Sakthi Guest appearance as film director [65]
Oka Radha Iddaru Krishnulu 1986 Krishna Telugu A. Kodandarami Reddy [71]
Punnagai Mannan 1986 Sethu,
Chaplin Chellappa
Tamil K. Balachander [54]
Kadhal Parisu 1987 Mohan Tamil A. Jagannathan [84]
[71]
Vrutham 1987 Balu Malayalam I. V. Sasi [71]
Kadamai Kanniyam Kattupaadu 1987 Kamal Haasan Tamil Santhana Bharathi Guest appearance [71]
Per Sollum Pillai 1987 Ramu Tamil S. P. Muthuraman [84]
[71]
Pushpaka Vimana 1987 Silent Singeetam Srinivasa Rao Also known as Pushpak and Pesum Padam [85]
[34]
Nayakan 1987 Sakthivelu "Velu" Naicker Tamil Mani Ratnam [86]
[87]
Daisy 1988 James Malayalam Pratap K. Pothen Guest appearance [88]
Soora Samhaaram 1988 Pandiyan Tamil Chitra Lakshmanan [84]
[89]
Unnal Mudiyum Thambi 1988 Udhayamoorthy Tamil K. Balachander [71]
[90]
Sathya 1988 Sathyamurthy Tamil Suresh Krissna [54]
Apoorva Sagodharargal 1989 Sethupathy,
Raja,
Appu
Tamil Singeetam Srinivasa Rao [54]
Chanakyan 1989 Johnson Malayalam T. K. Rajeev Kumar [91]
Vetri Vizha 1989 Vetrivel Tamil Prathap Pothan [84]
[71]
Indrudu Chandrudu 1989 G. K. Rayudu, Chandru Telugu Suresh Krissna [92]
[93]
Michael Madana Kama Rajan 1990 Michael,
Madhanagopal,
Kameshwaran,
Subramaniam Raju
Tamil Singeetam Srinivasa Rao [94]
[95]
Gunaa 1991 Gunasekharan Tamil Santhana Bharathi [96]
Singaravelan 1992 Singaravelan Tamil R. V. Udayakumar [97]
Thevar Magan 1992 Shakthivel Tamil Bharathan [98]
Maharasan 1993 Vadivelu Tamil G. N. Rangarajan [71]
Kalaignan 1993 Indrajith Tamil G. B. Vijay [84]
[71]
Mahanadi 1994 Krishnaswamy Tamil Santhana Bharathi [99]
Magalir Mattum 1994 Tamil Singeetam Srinivasa Rao Guest appearance [100]
Nammavar 1994 Selvam Tamil K. S. Sethumadhavan [101]
[102]
Sathi Leelavathi 1995 Shakthivel Tamil Balu Mahendra [103]
Subha Sankalpam 1995 Dasu Telugu K. Viswanath [104]
Kuruthipunal 1995 Adhi Narayanan Tamil P. C. Sreeram [54]
Indian 1996 Senapathy, Chandrabose Tamil S. Shankar [105]
Avvai Shanmugi 1996 Pandian
(Avvai Shanmugi)
Tamil K. S. Ravikumar [105]
Chachi 420 1997 Jaiprakash Paswan
(Lakshmi Godbhole)
Hindi Kamal Haasan [106]
[107]
Kaathala Kaathala 1998 Ramalingam Tamil Singeetam Srinivasa Rao [108]
Hey Ram 2000 Saket Ram Tamil Kamal Haasan Bilingual film [109]
Hey Ram 2000 Saket Ram Hindi Kamal Haasan [110]
Thenali 2000 Thenali Soman Tamil K. S. Ravikumar [111]
Aalavandhan 2001 Vijay, Nandhu Tamil Suresh Krissna Bilingual film [112]
Abhay 2001 Vijay, Abhay Hindi Suresh Krissna [113]
[114]
Parthale Paravasam 2001 Kamal Haasan Tamil K. Balachander Guest appearance as himself [115]
Pammal K. Sambandam 2002 Sambandham Tamil T. S. B. K. Moulee [116]
Panchathanthiram 2002 Ramachandramurthy Tamil K. S. Ravikumar [84]
[117]
Anbe Sivam 2003 Nallasivam Tamil Sundar. C [118]
Nala Damayanthi 2003 Kamal Haasan Tamil T. S. B. K. Moulee Guest appearance as himself [119]
Virumaandi 2004 Virumaandi Tamil Kamal Haasan [120]
Vasool Raja MBBS 2004 Rajaraman Tamil Saran [121]
Mumbai Express 2005 Avinashi Tamil Singeetam Srinivasa Rao [122]
Mumbai Xpress 2005 Avinash Hindi Singeetam Srinivasa Rao [123]
Rama Shama Bhama 2005 Shama Kannada Ramesh Aravind [124]
Vettaiyaadu Vilaiyaadu 2006 Raghavan Tamil Gautham Menon [125]
Dasavathaaram 2008 Govindarajan Ramaswamy,
Rangarajan Nambi,
Christian Fletcher,
Balram Naidu,
Krishnaveni,
Vincent Poovaragan,
Khalifulla Khan,
Avatar Singh,
Shinghen Narahashi,
George W. Bush
Tamil K. S. Ravikumar [105]
Unnaipol Oruvan 2009 Anonymous caller Tamil Chakri Toleti Bilingual film [126]
Eenadu 2009 Anonymous caller Telugu Chakri Toleti [127]
Four Friends 2010 Kamal Haasan Malayalam Saji Surendran Guest appearance as himself [128]
Manmadhan Ambu 2010 Raja Mannar Tamil K. S. Ravikumar [129]
Vishwaroopam 2013 Wisam Ahmed Kashmiri Tamil Kamal Haasan [130]
Vishwaroop 2013 Wisam Ahmed Kashmiri Hindi Kamal Haasan [131]
Uttama Villain 2015 Uttaman, Manoranjan Tamil Ramesh Aravind [132]
Papanasam 2015 Suyambulingam Tamil Jeethu Joseph [133]
Thoongaa Vanam 2015 C. K. Diwakar Tamil Rajesh Selva Bilingual film [134]
Cheekati Rajyam 2015 C. K. Diwakar Telugu Rajesh Selva [135]
Meen Kuzhambum Mann Paanaiyum 2016 Swami Tamil Amudeshver Guest appearance [136]
Sabaash Naidu dagger 2017 Balram Naidu Tamil Kamal Haasan Filming [137]
Sabaash Naidu dagger 2017 Balram Naidu Telugu Kamal Haasan Filming [137]
Shabhash Kundu dagger 2017 Pranab Kundu Hindi Kamal Haasan Filming [138]
Vishwaroopam II dagger 2017 Wisam Ahmed Kashmiri Tamil Kamal Haasan Post-production [139]
Vishwaroop II dagger 2017 Wisam Ahmed Kashmiri Hindi Kamal Haasan Post-production [139]

As director, producer and writer[edit]

Film Year Language Credited as Notes Ref.
Director Producer Writer
Guru 1980 Tamil Green tickY Credited along with his brothers as "Hasan Brothers"
Raja Paarvai 1981 Tamil Green tickY Green tickY Credited along with his brothers as "Hasan Brothers"
Vikram 1986 Tamil Green tickY Green tickY
Kadamai Kanniyam Kattupaadu 1987 Tamil Green tickY
Sathya 1988 Tamil Green tickY
Apoorva Sagodharargal 1989 Tamil Green tickY Green tickY
Indrudu Chandrudu 1989 Telugu Green tickY
Michael Madana Kama Rajan 1990 Tamil Green tickY
Thevar Magan 1992 Tamil Green tickY Green tickY
Mahanadi 1994 Tamil Green tickY
Magalir Mattum 1994 Tamil Green tickY Green tickY
Kuruthipunal 1995 Tamil Green tickY Green tickY
Chachi 420 1997 Hindi Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY
Virasat 1997 Hindi Green tickY
Kaathala Kaathala 1998 Tamil Green tickY
Biwi No.1 1999 Hindi Green tickY
Hey Ram 2000 Tamil Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY
Hey Ram 2000 Hindi Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY
Aalavandhan 2001 Tamil Green tickY
Abhay 2001 Hindi Green tickY
Panchathantiram 2002 Tamil Green tickY
Anbe Sivam 2003 Tamil Green tickY
Nala Damayanthi 2003 Tamil Green tickY Green tickY
Virumaandi 2004 Tamil Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY
Mumbai Express 2005 Tamil Green tickY Green tickY
Mumbai Xpress 2005 Hindi Green tickY Green tickY
Dasavathaaram 2008 Tamil Green tickY
Unnaipol Oruvan 2009 Tamil Green tickY Green tickY
Eenadu 2009 Telugu Green tickY Green tickY
Manmadan Ambu 2010 Tamil Green tickY
Vishwaroopam 2013 Tamil Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY
Vishwaroop 2013 Hindi Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY
Uttama Villain 2015 Tamil Green tickY Green tickY
Thoongavanam 2015 Tamil Green tickY Green tickY
Cheekati Rajyam 2015 Telugu Green tickY Green tickY
Vishwaroopam II 2017 Tamil Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Post-production
Vishwaroop II 2017 Hindi Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Post-production
Sabaash Naidu 2017 Tamil Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Filming [140]
Sabaash Naidu 2017 Telugu Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Filming [141]
Shabhash Kundu 2017 Hindi Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Filming [142]

Other crew positions[edit]

Film Year Language Position Ref.
Savaale Samali 1971 Tamil Dance assistant [143]
Shrimantudu 1971 Telugu Dance assistant [143]
Annai Velankanni 1971 Tamil Dance assistant
Assistant director
[14]
[143]
Nirthasala 1972 Malayalam Dance assistant
Avargal 1977 Tamil Choreographer [144]
Aaina 1977 Hindi Assistant director
Choreographer
Hey Ram 2000 Tamil Choreographer
Virumaandi 2004 Tamil Choreographer [145]
Uttama Villain 2015 Tamil Choreographer [146]
Thoongaa Vanam 2015 Tamil Make-up artist [147]

Unreleased films[edit]

Film Language Director Ref.
Khabardar Hindi T. Rama Rao [148]
Kanden Seethaiyai Tamil Balachandra Menon [149]
Ladies Only Hindi Dinesh Shailendra [148]
Marudhanayagam Tamil Kamal Haasan [150]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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