Vikram Dharma

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Vikram Dharma
Born R. N. Dharmaseelan
1961
Tamil Nadu, India
Died 28 June 2006 (aged 50)
Occupation action choreographer, stunt co-ordinator
Years active 1982 - 2006 (till death)

Vikram Dharma (born as R. N. Dharmaseelan in 1961 – 28 June 2006) was an Indian fight master/action choreographer in the Tamil film industry (also known as Kollywood) in Indian cinema. He won the Filmfare Award for Best Action for Yuva. He worked with actor Kamal Haasan in many films.[1] Stunt masters like Thalapathy Dinesh, Indian Baskar and Rajasekhar have worked as fighters and assistants to him.[2][3]

He died of a heart attack in early 2006.[citation needed]

Filmography[edit]

Actor[edit]

  • 1983 Thoongadhey Thambi Thoongadhey as Peter (special appearance) (Credited as Dharmaseelan)
  • 1983 Thangaikkor Geetham as Henchman (special appearance) (Credited as Dharmaseelan)
  • 1984 Madurai Sooran as Rogue (special appearance) (Credited as Dharmaseelan)
  • 1984 Kai Kodukkum Kai as Henchman (special appearance) (Credited as Dharmaseelan)
  • 1984 Thambikku Entha Ooru as Rogue (special appearance) (Credited as Dharmaseelan)
  • 1986 Dharma Devathai as Henchman (special appearance) (Credited as Dharmaseelan)
  • 1986 Kaalamellam Un Madiyil as Rogue (special appearance) (Credited as Dharman)
  • 1986 Vikram Henchman (special appearance) (Credited as Dharmaseelan)
  • 1988 Jeeva as Henchman (special appearance)
  • 1989 Chinnappadass as Waiter (special appearance)
  • 1989 Apoorva Sagodharargal as David (in a special appearance as a Henchman)
  • 1989 Vetri Vizha as Henchman (in a special appearance as a Henchman)
  • 1990 Sathriyan as Henchman (special appearance)
  • 1992 Singaravelan as Dharman (special appearance)
  • 1992 Thirumathi Palanisamy as Police Inspector (special appearance)
  • 1993 Uzhaippali as Coolie (special appearance)
  • 1994 Nammavar (special appearance)
  • 1996 Indian as Freedom Fighter
  • 2001 Aalavandhan as Drug Dealer (special appearance)
  • 2002 Pammal K. Sambandam as Himself (special appearance)
  • 2003 Nala Damayanthi as Australian NRI (special appearance)
  • 2005 Maayavi as Himself (special appearance)

Extra Fighter[edit]

Awards[edit]

Won

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Vikram Dharma passes away". Sify Movies. 28 June 2006. Retrieved 11 September 2015. 
  2. ^ "Virundhinar Pakkam Stunt Master Thalapathi Dhinesh Dt 20-12-13". Youtube. 19 December 2013. Retrieved 16 December 2015. 
  3. ^ "Interview with Kollywood Personalities - 30 Minutes With Us - Rajashekar stunt master September 5". Youtube. 7 September 2015. Retrieved 16 December 2015. 

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