Santhana Bharathi

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Santhana Bharathi
Born Rajakkapatti,
Dindigul district
Occupation Director,
Actor
Years active 1986 - present
Children Sanjay Bharathi
Parent(s) M. R. Santhanam

Santhana Bharathi is an Indian film actor and director based in Chennai, India. He has directed several films such as Guna and the National Film Award winner, Mahanadhi. He acts and has played supporting roles in films such as Dasavatharam, and Varalaru.[1][2][3]

Career[edit]

Santhana Bharathi started his film career as a director and then switched to acting. He is now a full-time actor. Both as director and actor he made a mark for himself.

Filmography[edit]

As director[edit]

Year Film Cast Language Writer Notes
1981 Panneer Pushpangal Suresh, Shanthi Krishna Tamil K. Rajeswar Co-directed with P. Vasu
1982 Madhu Malar Prathap K. Pothan, Suhasini Tamil Co-directed with P. Vasu
1983 Mella Pesungal Vasanth, Bhanupriya Tamil M.S.Madhu Co-directed with P. Vasu
1984 Sahasame Jeevitham Nandamuri Balakrishna, Lije Telugu Co-directed with P. Vasu
1985 Needhiyin Nizhal Sivaji Ganesan, Prabhu Tamil V. C. Guhanathan Co-directed with P. Vasu
1987 Kadamai Kanniyam Kattupaadu Sathyaraj, Geetha Tamil T. Damodaran remake of Aavanazhi
1988 En Thamizh En Makkal Sivaji Ganesan Tamil
Poovizhi Raja Prabhu, Shantipriya Tamil
1990 Kavalukku Kettikaran Prabhu, Nirosha Tamil Karunanidhi
1991 Guna Kamal Haasan, Roshini Tamil Sab Joihn, Kamal Haasan
1993 Chinna Mapillai Prabhu, Sukanya, Sivaranjani Tamil P. Kalaimani
1994 Mahanadhi Kamal Haasan, Sukanya Tamil Kamal Haasan
Vietnam Colony Prabhu, Vineetha Tamil Siddique-Lal remake of Malayalam film of same name
1995 Engirundho Vandhan Sathyaraj, Roja Tamil Priyadarshan remake of Malayalam film Chithram

As actor[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Santhana Bharathi". Film Database. Archived from the original on 25 February 2012. Retrieved 31 May 2009. 
  2. ^ "An Interview with Director Santhana Bharathi". Archived from the original on 27 September 2011. Retrieved 13 August 2011. 
  3. ^ S.R. Ashok Kumar (16 November 2006). "This character artist's first love is direction". The Hindu. Retrieved 13 August 2011. 

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