M. S. Bhaskar

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M. S. Bhaskar
Born Muthupandi Sundaram Bhaskar
(1952-09-13) 13 September 1952 (age 64)
Thiruvarur, Tamil Nadu, India
Occupation Actor
Years active 1987–present
Children Ishwarya Bhaskar, Adithya Bhaskar

Muthupandi Sundaram Bhaskar (born 19 January 1952) is an Indian actor. A former theatre artiste, he has appeared in supporting roles and as a comedian in Tamil TV series and more recently in Tamil films. His works include the series Chinna Papa Periya Papa and Selvi and in the films Sivakasi and Mozhi. In addition to acting, Bhaskar is a dubbing artiste and occasional playback singer as well.

Bhaskar, who hails from Thiruvarur, was a part of a Tamil drama troupe "Society for New Drama" which performed modern theatrical plays in Tamil Nadu. To supplement his income, Bhaskar also worked as an LIC agent for a brief period. Bhaskar acted in a number of other troupes including Nungambakkam Boys Kondatum. Before acting, he worked in a paste company.[1]

During this period, Bhaskar began as a dubbing artiste especially for dubbing Telegu films into Tamil where he spoke the comedians' lines. He also dubs English language films into Tamil for Sun TV. His elder sister Hemamalini is also a dubbing artist.

When the dramatic society ended in 1992, Bhaskar began working in teleserials on DD1 and DD2 including Nam Kudumbam and Vizhudugal, before he played roles in Ganga Yamuna Saraswati and Mayavi Marichan. He then landed a role in the comedy series Chinna Papa Periya Papa, in which he played the role of a and brother-in-law and in Senior Junior, Selvi and Arasi.

Bhaskar made his film debut in 1987, enacting a small role in the film Thirumathi Oru Vegumathi.[2] This was followed by several films in the 90's, in which he appeared in very minor or small roles including Friends and Thamizhan. He then graduated to supporting roles in the films Sadhu Miranda, Sivaji: The Boss, Dasavathaaram, Santosh Subramaniam and Mozhi.

Filmography[edit]

Films
Year Title Role
1987 Thirumathi Oru Vegumathi
Makkal En Pakkam
1990 Salem Vishnu
2001 Kottai Mariamman Traffic policeman
Dumm Dumm Dumm Doctor
2002 Kannathil Muthamittal Shankaralingam
Thamizhan Conductor Ganesan
Ivan Father of Meena Kumari
University
Junction
Mutham Maya
2003 Ragasiyamai
Kounder Veetu Maappillai
Military
Anbe Anbe
2004 Engal Anna
Azhagiya Theeye Annachi
Machi
Gajendra
Bose Vedimuthu
Neranja Manasu
Attahasam Sex Doctor
2005 Thirupaachi Tharakar
Sukran
Amudhey
Chinna
Sivakasi 'Vakkeel' Venky
Sorry Enaku Kalyanamayidichu Azhagusundaram
2006 Idhaya Thirudan
Oru Kaadhal Seiveer
Azhagai Irukkirai Bayamai Irukkirathu
Thirupathi P.A. Brahma
Ilavattam
Kedi
Dharmapuri
Varalaru Mental
2007 Thirutham
Mozhi Gnanaprakasam
Muni
Sivaji: The Boss P.S to chief secretary
Kireedam
Azhagiya Tamil Magan Coach
Machakaaran
2008 Pazhani
Pirivom Santhippom Aarumugam
Sadhu Miranda
Anjathe Loganathan
Velli Thirai Ram Gopal Sharma
Santosh Subramaniam Kuththa Perumal (Sarukku Maram)
Arai En 305-il Kadavul Sottaikaruvaapaya Kutti Madasaamy
Azhaipithazh
Iyakkam
Kuselan Kuppusamy's assistant
Dasavathaaram Broadway Kumar
Sutta Pazham
Dhanam
Saroja
Theeyavan
Dindigul Sarathy kavignar kaakkaakarayaan
Panchamirtham Thirupathi
Kadhalna Summa Illai
2009 Innoruvan
Naalai Namadhe Inspector Pillaiyar
Guru En Aalu Gopal
Maasilamani Coma Ramaswamy
Manjal Veyil
Thoranai
Sirithal Rasippen
Eesa
Unnaipol Oruvan
Suryan Satta Kalloori Sama Iyer
2010 Thamizh Padam Nakul
Thambikku Indha Ooru
Irumbukkottai Murattu Singam Aathrikesa
Veerasekaran
Kola Kolaya Mundhirika Santhanam
Madrasapattinam Vengayappan
Irandu Mugam
2011 Kaavalan Sakkaran
Payanam Rev. Fr. Alphonse
Thambikottai Valayapatti
Ko
Eththan
Deiva Thirumagal Murthy
Velayudham Vaidehi's father
Puli Vesham Senthil
Markandeyan
2012 Oththa Veedu
Konjum Mainakkale
Krishnaveni Panjaalai
Thaandavam Thambi Mama
Thiruthani
Puthumugangal Thevai
2013 Thee Kulikkum Pachai Maram
Chandhamama
Karuppampatti Don Stanlee
Soodhu Kavvum Gnanodayam
Nagaraja Cholan MA, MLA Kootha Perumal
Theekulikkum Pachaimaram
Sutta Kadhai Ottagam
All in All Azhagu Raja Dhillaana Divyanathan
Ragalaipuram Vincent
Idharkuthane Aasaipattai Balakumara Poochandi
2014 Ninaivil Nindraval
Azhagiya Pandipuram Pambukutty
Arima Nambi S. I. Arumugam
Ner Ethir Neeraavi
Mosakutty
Nee Naan Nizhal
Aaaah Guru
Ninaithathu Yaaro Special appearance
Aindhaam Thalaimurai Sidha Vaidhiya Sigamani
Oru Kanniyum Moonu Kalavaanikalum
13 aam Pakkam Paarkka
Vellaikaara Durai Tanjore Mahadevan
2015 Ivanuku Thannila Gandam Ponvandu
Vai Raja Vai Karthik's uncle
Uttama Villain Chokku Chettiar
India Pakistan Marudhamuthu
36 Vayadhinile Stephen
Demonte Colony Naadijosiyar
Vindhai Tamizh Aayndha Nallon
Kaaval
Moone Moonu Varthai
Papanasam Hotel owner
Aavi Kumar
Savaale Samaali Elango
Yatchan
Uppu Karuvaadu Neithal Jayaraman
Thanga Magan Prakash Kumar's assistant
2016 Karai Oram
Bangalore Naatkal Kannan's father
Saagasam
Nayyapudai
Natpadhigaram 79
Narathan Bhaskar
Unnodu Ka Master
Ka Ka Ka Po
Vellikizhamai 13am Thethi
Dharma Durai Paraman
Television

References[edit]

  1. ^ [1][dead link]
  2. ^ "Cinema Plus: Talent bides its time". The Hindu. 13 November 2009. Retrieved 22 May 2013. 

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