Prabhu Deva

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Prabhu Deva
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Prabhu Deva

(1973-04-03) 3 April 1973 (age 46)[1][2]
ResidenceChennai, Tamil Nadu
OccupationFilm actor, director, dance choreographer, producer
Years active1988–present
Spouse(s)Ramlatha (1995–2010)
Parent(s)Mugur Sundar
Mahadevamma Sundar
RelativesRaju Sundaram (brother)
Nagendra Prasad (brother)
AwardsPadma Shri

Prabhu Deva (born 3 April 1973) is an Indian dance choreographer, film director, producer and actor,[3] who has worked in Tamil, Telugu, Hindi, Malayalam and Kannada films. In a career spanning 25 years, he has performed and designed a wide range of dancing styles and has garnered two National Film Awards for Best Choreography. He was also awarded the Padma Shree award in 2019 for his contributions to the art.[4]

Beginning with a series of acting roles in the 1990s and early 2000s, Prabhu Deva featured in several commercially successful films including Kadhalan (1994), Minsara Kanavu (1997) and VIP (1997). After further critically acclaimed performances in the comedy Kaathala Kaathala (1998) and the family drama Vanathai Pola (2000), Deva then failed to recreate the success of his earlier films and his box office value began to decline and he subsequently made appearances in supporting roles and low budget Telugu language films. He then successfully ventured into direction with the 2005 Telugu film Nuvvostanante Nenoddantana, and the success of the project prompted further offers for Deva as a director. He then went on to make highly profitable films in Telugu, Hindi and Tamil languages such as Pokkiri (2007), Wanted (2009), Rowdy Rathore (2012) and Singh is Bling (2015).[5]

Early life and career[edit]

Prabhu Deva was born in Mysore, Karnataka on 3 April 1973 to Mugur Sundar and Mahadevamma Sundar. Inspired by his father Mugur Sundar, a choreographer for South Indian movies, he took up dancing, learning Indian classical dance forms such as Bharatanatyam from Dharmaraj and Udupi Lakshminarayanan[6] as well as Western styles. Raju Sundaram and Nagendra Prasad are his brothers.

Deva first appeared as a boy playing a flute in the song "Panivizhum Iravu", from the Tamil film Mouna Ragam (1986).[7][8] He later appeared as a background dancer for a song in the 1988 Tamil film Agni Natchathiram. Deva's first venture as a choreographer was the Kamal Haasan starrer Vetri Vizha (1989).[9] He has since then choreographed for over 100 movies. From choreography, he went into acting. In 1999, Deva, Shobhana and A. R. Rahman performed with a Tamil cinema dancing troupe at the "MJ & Friends" Michael Jackson tribute concert in Munich, Germany. As of 2010, he serves as chairman and director of the Prabhu Deva's Dance Academy in Singapore.[10] He planned to release his first video album called It is boring in 2013.[11]

Acting career[edit]


After a series of cameo appearances in songs from Tamil films, Prabhu Deva was given his first lead role by director Pavithran in the romantic drama film Indhu (1994). Appearing alongside actress Roja and Sarathkumar, Deva's ability to dance was fully utilised in the song sequences, with gaana and disco music thereafter being regularly featured in his films. He made his breakthrough as an actor with Shankar's sophomore film, the romantic drama Kadhalan (1994), where he portrayed a young student who first stands up against his lover's father and then an international terrorist.[9] The film was highly lauded for its technical prowess and went on to win four National Film Awards, while A. R. Rahman's songs and Deva's choreography, especially in the songs "Mukkabla" and "Urvasi Urvasi", became very popular across India.[12] Despite starring relative newcomers, the film went on to become the highest grossing Tamil film of 1994 and the commercial success made Deva a bankable actor.[13] The film also saw success through its dubbed Telugu and Hindi versions, creating a market for Deva in other Indian regional industries. While his next project Raasaiyya (1995) garnered poor reviews and collections, he continued to attract big-budget films and worked in two further films with music by Rahman in 1996, Love Birds and Mr. Romeo. Shot extensively in London, Love Birds received a wide theatrical release in overseas destinations and won Deva positive reviews for his portrayal.[14] Meanwhile, for Mr. Romeo, Deva charged a comparatively high ₹60 lakhs for his remuneration and appeared in a double role alongside Shilpa Shetty and Madhoo. The music and dance portions of both films were praised by critics, though both endured middling performances at the box office.[15][16]

Deva won critical acclaim for his role in Rajiv Menon's romantic drama Minsara Kanavu (1997), where he portrayed a streetwise hairstylist who inadvertently attracts the attention of a young woman, who he tries to help set up with another man. Featuring Deva alongside Arvind Swamy and Kajol, the film went on to win four National Film Awards, three Tamil Nadu State Film Awards and a Filmfare Award mostly for the film's soundtrack by Rahman. Meanwhile, Deva also won the National Film Award for Best Choreography for his work in the song "Vennilave".[17] A critic from wrote: "it is easy to become a fan of Prabhu Deva after this movie if you are not one yet", while referred to his performance as "graceful".[18][19] Minsara Kanavu performed well at the box office and also had a wide release in Hindi, under the title Sapnay. His following release, the romantic comedy V. I. P. (1997), featuring an ensemble cast of Abbas, Simran and Rambha also did well commercially.[20][21] described the film as "probably the feel-good movie of 1997", adding that "this movie is important as its probably the coming of age for Prabhu Deva" and that "he has definitely matured since his Kadhalan days and shows a lot more restraint and a little flair for comedy".[22] Deva continued to win critical acclaim and commercial success with his roles in the comedy film Kaathala Kaathala (1998), co-starring Kamal Haasan and the drama film Ninaivirukkum Varai (1999). Regarding his performance in the latter film, a reviewer from cited that "Prabhu Deva gets a wonderful script and character that he's comfortable in".[23][24] He subsequently went on to feature in the Guinness World Record-setting film Suyamvaram (1999) and Vikraman's successful family drama film Vaanathaippola (2000), where critics praised his "histrionic abilities".[25]


In the early 2000s, Deva actively began to work on more smaller-budget comedy films as his appeal at the box office began to decline. Despite winning critical acclaim for his performance as a bus conductor in Eazhaiyin Sirippil (2000) and commercial success with his work in Sundar C's Ullam Kollai Poguthae (2001) and Manadhai Thirudivittai (2001), many of his other Tamil films during the period did not perform well financially.[26] In this period, he also notably worked on the trilingual One Two Three (2002), alongside his brothers and Siddique's Engal Anna (2004), with Vijayakanth. Subsequently, Deva moved on to prioritise acting roles in different industries, notably starring in off-beat roles in the Kannada film H2O (2002), alongside Upendra and the Hindi film Agni Varsha (2002), with Amitabh Bachchan. He also worked extensively in the Telugu film industry, appearing in multi-starrer films or as the second lead actor, in projects including Santosham (2002), Kalyana Ramudu (2003) and Andaru Dongale Dorikite (2004).[27]

Following the success of his directorial ventures, Deva actively began to appear in less acting roles. However, he continued to make occasional appearances and portrayed leading roles in the dance films Style (2006), ABCD (2013) and its sequel ABCD 2 (2015). The films all performed well commercially, with a critic writing: "regarded as the dance legend by many, Prabhu is, expectedly, incomparable in dances, but the good news is that he handles the dramatic scenes well too" for his performance in ABCD.[28] Deva also portrayed a supporting role in Santosh Sivan's Malayalam historical drama film Urumi (2011), featuring in an ensemble cast including Prithviraj, Arya and Genelia D'Souza. The film opened to critical acclaim, while Deva was highly appreciated for his performance with a critic from The Hindu noting: Deva "excels with his standout comic repartee".[29][30]


Deva returned to Tamil cinema as an actor after a gap of 11 years with the 2016 film Devi, joining hands with director A. L. Vijay.[31] The film was also simultaneously shot in Hindi and Telugu, titled Abhinetri and Tutak Tutak Tutiya.[32][33]

Personal life[edit]

Deva at a promotion for the film Wanted

Prabhu Deva married Ramlath, who changed her name to Latha. They had three children, but their eldest son died of cancer in 2008.[34][35] In 2010, his wife filed a petition at the family court, seeking directions against Deva from live-in relationship with the actress Nayanthara and requesting a reunion with him. Furthermore, Ramalath threatened to go on hunger strike if Prabhu Deva married Nayantara, while several women's organizations conducted protests against Nayantara for bringing disrepute to Tamil culture, burning an effigy of her. In 2012, Nayantara confirmed that she had ended her relationship with Prabhu Deva.[36][37][38][39]

Deva has moved to Mumbai and is residing at Boney Kapoor's old place called Green Acres.[40] Prabhu Deva's mother Mahadevamma is from the village of Doora, about 17 kilometres (11 mi) from Mysore. He owns property in Doora, and has developed a farm there.[41]

Other appearances[edit]

Deva with Sonakshi Sinha and Akshay Kumar during the promotion for the film Rowdy Rathore

Deva made brief appearances in solo items such as "April Mayile" in Idhayam (1991), "Lallaku Doldapi Ma" in Suriyan (1992), "Chinna Rasave" in Walter Vetrivel (1993), "Chikku Bukku Rayile" in Gentleman (1993), after appearing as junior artist in songs such as "Rajathi Raja" in Agni Natchathiram (1988). He performed with Madhuri Dixit in the song "Ke Sera Sera" for the movie Pukar. He acted along with Lawrence Raghavendra in the 2006 Telugu film Style. He performed with Apache Indian in the song "No Problem" for his film Love Birds.

Prabhu Deva's performance at IPL Season 5 opening ceremony

He performed in the film Abrakadabra, for the song "Om Sh". He performed in the Nana Patekar and Karisma Kapoor-starrer film Shakti: The Power (2002) for a song. He performed with Upendra in the Kannada film H20. He made a special appearance in Pokkiri (which was directed by himself), with Vijay in the song "Aadungada". He performed again with Vijay in his own directional Villu for the song "Hey Rama" as a guest appearance. He performed with Bollywood actors Salman Khan and Govinda for a song in his 2009 directorial Wanted.

He performed at the opening ceremony of the 2012 Indian Premier League on 3 April in Chennai along with Amitabh Bachchan, Salman Khan, Kareena Kapoor, Priyanka Chopra and American artist Katy Perry. The event was special to Prabhu Deva as he shared his 39th birthday on the same day.[42][43]

Soramimi spoof[edit]

On 18 August 2007, a music video for the song "Kalluri Vaanil", from the Indian Tamil movie Pennin Manathai Thottu was uploaded to YouTube by Mike Sutton (YouTube user Buffalax).[44] The video was retitled Benny Lava and created as a soramimi, edited to include incorrect English subtitles that phonetically approximate the original Tamil lyrics.

Reactions to the "Kalluri Vaanil" soramimi were mixed. Some felt that the video was done in "good fun", while others worried that their culture was being mocked.[44] The music video was featured on The Colbert Report on 4 December 2008[45] and appeared on the heavy metal documentary Global Metal.



Year Film Language Notes
2005 Nuvvostanante Nenoddantana Telugu
2006 Pournami
2007 Pokkiri Tamil
2007 Shankardada Zindabad Telugu
2009 Villu Tamil
2009 Wanted Hindi
2011 Engeyum Kaadhal Tamil
2011 Vedi
2012 Rowdy Rathore Hindi
2013 Ramaiya Vastavaiya
2013 R... Rajkumar
2014 Action Jackson
2015 Singh is Bling
2019 Dabangg 3dagger Filming/ releasing on 20 December 2019.


Deva established the production company Prabhu Deva Studios.

Year Film Director Language Notes
2016 Devi A. L. Vijay Tamil
2017 Bogan Lakshman
2018 Sometimes Priyadarshan Direct-to-video
2019 Vinodhan Victor Jayaraj Filming

Performance roles[edit]


Year Film Language Role Notes
1994 Indhu Tamil Pattasu
Kaadhalan Tamil Prabhu Dubbed into Hindi as Humse Hai Muqabala and into Telugu as Premikudu.
1995 Raasaiyya Tamil Raasaiyya
1996 Love Birds Tamil Arun Dubbed into Telugu and Hindi under the same name.
Mr. Romeo Tamil Romeo, Madras Dubbed into Telugu and Hindi under the same name.
1997 Minsara Kanavu Tamil Deva Dubbed into Telugu as Merupu Kalalu and into Hindi as Sapnay.
VIP Tamil Guru Dubbed into Telugu under the same name.
1998 Naam Iruvar Nammaku Iruvar Tamil Prabhu, Deva
Love Story 1999 Telugu Vamsi
Kaathala Kaathala Tamil Sundaralingam Dubbed into Telugu as Navvandi Lavvandi and into Hindi under the same name.
1999 Ninaivirukkum Varai Tamil Janakiraman (Jonny)
Suyamvaram Tamil Kanna
Time Tamil Srininvasa Murthy Dubbed into Telugu under the same name.
2000 Vaanathaippola Tamil Selvakumar
Eazhaiyin Sirippil Tamil Ganesan
James Pandu Tamil James
Pennin Manathai Thottu Tamil Sunil
Doubles Tamil Prabhu
2001 Ullam Kollai Poguthae Tamil Anbu
Alli Thandha Vaanam Tamil Sathyam
Manadhai Thirudivittai Tamil Deva 25th Film
2002 Charlie Chaplin Tamil Thiru
H2O Kannada Vairamuthu Partially reshot in Tamil
Santosham Telugu Pawan
One Two Three Tamil Sathya Partially reshot and released in Kannada and Telugu
Agni Varsha Hindi Rakshasha
Thotti Gang Telugu Suri Babu
2003 Kalyana Ramudu Telugu Rajesh
Alaudin Tamil Alaudin
Oka Radha Iddaru Krishnula Pelli Telugu Murugan
2004 Engal Anna Tamil Kannan
Tapana Telugu Venu
Intlo Srimathi Veedhilo Kumari Telugu Gopal
Andalu Dongale Dorikithe Telugu Bujji
2006 Style Telugu Ganesh
Chukkallo Chandrudu Telugu Sharat Guest appearance
Naayudamma Telugu Prabhu
2008 Michael Madana Kamaraju Telugu Michael, Ravi
2011 Urumi Malayalam Vavvali
2013 ABCD Hindi Vishnu
2015 ABCD 2 Hindi
2016 Devi Tamil Krishna Kumar
Abhinetri Telugu
Tutak Tutak Tutiya Hindi
2017 Kalavaadiya Pozhuthugal Tamil Porchezhiyan
2018 Gulaebaghavali Tamil Badri
Mercury Silent Blind man
Lakshmi Tamil Krishna / VK
2019 Charlie Chaplin 2 Tamil Thiru
Devi 2 Tamil Krishna Kumar / Alex Britto / Ranga Reddy
Abhinetri 2 Telugu
Khamoshi Hindi Dev
Yung Mung Sung Tamil Yung Post-production
Pon Manickavel Tamil Pon Manickavel 50 th Film Fliming
Theal Tamil TBA Filming
Street Dancer Hindi TBA Filming[46]


Year Film Song Language Notes
1986 Mouna Ragam "Panivizhum" Tamil
1988 Agni Natchathiram "Raja Rajadhi" Tamil
1991 Adhikari "Naiyaandi Melam" Tamil
Idhayam "April Mayile" Tamil
1992 Unnai Vaazhthi Paadugiren "Outa Langdi" Tamil
Suriyan "Laalaku Dol Dappima" Tamil
1993 Prathap "Maanga Maanga" Tamil
Rakshana "Gallu Mandhi Basu" Telugu
Ezhai Jaathi "Koduthalum Koduthanda" Tamil
Aagraham Telugu
Gentleman "Chikku Bukku Rayile" Tamil
Walter Vetrivel "Chinna Raasave" Tamil
2000 Pukar "Kay Sera Sera" Hindi
2002 Manasella Neene Guest judge Kannada Guest appearance
Baba "Kichchu Tha" Tamil
Shakti "Dumroo Baje Re" Hindi
2004 Aabra Ka Daabra "Shiv Om" Hindi
2005 Nuvvostanante Nenoddantana "Paripoke Pitta" Telugu
2006 Pournami "Koyo Koyo" Telugu
2007 Pokkiri "Aadungada" Tamil
Shankardada Zindabad "Jagadeka Veeruniki" Telugu
2008 Vaana "Unnattaa Lenattaa" Telugu
2009 Villu "Rama Rama" Tamil
Wanted "Jalwa" Hindi
2010 Pa. Ra. Palanisamy "Singari Mava" Tamil
Bodyguard Choreographer Malayalam
2011 Urumi "Arane Arane" Malayalam
Engeyum Kaadhal "Engeyum Kaadhal" Tamil
2012 Dhoni "Vaangum Panathukkum" Tamil
Dhoni "Mattiloni Chettu" Telugu
Rowdy Rathore "Chinta Ta Chita" Hindi
Oh My God "Govinda" Hindi
2013 Ramaiya Vastavaiya "Jadoo Ki Jhappi" Hindi
Boss "Hum Na Tode" Hindi
R... Rajkumar "Gandi Baat" Hindi
2014 Happy New Year Dance instructor Hindi Guest appearance
Action Jackson "AJ" Hindi


Year Film Song Language Notes
1999 Suyamvaram "Siva Siva Sankara" Tamil [47]
2001 Ullam Kollai Poguthe "Kingda" Tamil Sang the chorus portions


Year Film Song Composer Language Notes
2018 Yung Mung Sung Amresh Ganesh Tamil [48][49]
2018 Charlie Chaplin 2 "Ivala Ivala" Amresh Ganesh Tamil
2018 Devi 2 "Sokkura Penne" Amresh Ganesh Tamil

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Awards Films Language Category Result
1996 National Film Award Minsara Kanavu Tamil Best Choreography Won
2004 National Film Award Lakshya Hindi Best Choreography Won
2005 Filmfare Award Lakshya Hindi Best Choreography Won
2004 Nandi Award Varsham Telugu Best Choreography Won
2005 Filmfare Awards South Nuvvostanante Nenoddantana Telugu Best Choreography Won
2007 Vijay Awards Pokkiri Tamil Favourite Director Won

Civilian Awards[edit]

The President, Shri Ram Nath Kovind presenting the Padma Shree Award to Shri Prabhu Deva, at an Investiture Ceremony, at Rashtrapati Bhavan, in New Delhi on 11 March 2019
  • 2019 : Padma Shri for his contribution in the field of arts


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External links[edit]

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