Name : Kamal Hasan
Primary Role : Actor
69ᵗʰ Birth Anniversary on 7 Nov 2023
Famous Movies :
Vetayadu Vilayadu, Mumbai Express, Vasoolraja M.B.B.S, Virumandi, Pammal K. Sambandam, Panchatanthiram, Paarthale Paravasam, Thenali, Hey Ram, Marudha Naayagam, Chachi 420, Indian, Avvai Shanmugi, Kuruthipunal, Nammavar, Sathi Leelavathi, Subha Sankalpam, Ladies Only, Magalir Mattum, Kalaignan, Mahanadi, Maharasan, Guna, Singaaravelan, Thevar Magan, Michael Madana Kamarajan, My Dear Marthandan, Apoorva Sahodarargal, Chanakyan, Indrudu Chandrudu, Daisy, Pushpak, Soora Samhaaram, Unnal Mudiyum Thambi, Kaadhal Parisu, Kadamai Kanniyam Kattupaadu, Nayakan, Per Sollum Pillai, Vetri Vizha, Vrutham, December Pookkal, Naanum Oru Thozhilaali, Punnagai Mannan, Vikram, Oka Radha Iddaru Krishnulu, Andha Oru Nimidam, Geraftaar, Kaakki Sattai, Mangamma Sabatham, Saagar, Swathi Muthyam, Ek Nai Paheli, Enakkul Oruvan, Jappanil Kalyanaraman, Oru Kaidhiyin Diary, Raaj Tilak, Yaadgaar, Yeh Desh, Moondram Pirai, Poikkal Kuthirai, Sadma, Sagara Sangamam, Thoongathey Tambi Thoongathey, Zara Si Zindagi, Afsana Do Dilon Ka, Agni Sakshi, Dil Ka Sathi Dil, Pyara Tarana, Raniththeni, Sakala Kala Vallavan, Sanam Teri Kasam, Simla Special, Vazhve Mayam, Yeh To Kamaal Ho Gaya, Ek Duuje Ke Liye, Aakali Rajyam, Do Dil Diwane, Ellaam Inbamayam, Kadal Meengal, Meendum Kokila, Raaja Paarvai, Rama Lakshman, Savaal, Shankarlal, Thillu Mullu, Guru, Natchatiram, Ullasa Paravaigal, Varumayin Niram Sigappu, Idi Kathakaadu, Alavuddinum Athbutha Vilakkum, Azhiyatha Kolangal, Kalyanaraman, Neela Malargal, Neeya, Ninaithale Inikkum, Sigappukkal Mookuthi, Thai Illamal Naan Illai, Yerra Gulabi, Chattam En Kaiyil, Ilamai Oonjal Aadukirathu, Madanolsavam, Maro Charithra, Nizhal Nijamakirathu, Sigappu Rojakkal, Thappitha Thala, Aaina, Aadu Puli Atham, Avargal,Meethi Meethi Baatein, Pathinaru Vayathinile, Uyarnthavargal, Anthuleni Katha, Idaya Malar, Lalitha, Manmatha Leelai, Moondru Mudichu, Antharangam, Apoorva Raagangal, Melnattu Marumagal, Pattikatu Raja, Gumastavin Magal, Kanyakumari, Naan Avanillai, Arrangetram, Sollathan Ninaikiren, Kanna Nalama, Ananda Jyoti, Parthal Pasi Theerum, Kalathur Kannamma
Filmfare Award Best Actor
Kamal Haasan (born 7 November 1954) is an Indian actor, director, dancer, writer, lyricist, playback singer, and politician. He primarily works in Tamil films and has also worked in Telugu, Malayalam, Hindi, Kannada, and Bengali films. His production company, Raaj Kamal Films International, has produced several of his films. Haasan's contributions to film have been praised by his contemporaries across the Indian film industry, and he has been recognised as an influence for actors and filmmakers in the Tamil film industry. He has won four National Film Awards and 20 Filmfare Awards. He was awarded the Kalaimamani award in 1984 the Padma Shri in 1990, the Padma Bhushan in 2014 and the Ordre des Arts et des Lettres (Chevalier) in 2016. He was awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award at 15th Mumbai International Film Festival in 2013.
Haasan started his career as a child artist in the 1960 Tamil-language film Kalathur Kannamma, for which he won the President's Gold Medal. His breakthrough as a lead actor came in the 1975 drama Apoorva Raagangal, directed by K. Balachander, in which he played a rebellious youth who falls in love with an older woman. He won his first National Film Award for his portrayal of a guileless school teacher who cares for a woman who suffers from retrograde amnesia in Moondram Pirai (1983). He was noted for his performances in K. Viswanath's Swathi Muthyam (1986), Mani Ratnam's Nayakan (1987), and S. Shankar's Indian (1996) and also won second and third National film awards respectively. Since then he has appeared in films including Hey Ram (2000), Virumaandi (2004), Dasavathaaram (2008) in which he played ten roles and Vishwaroopam (2013) which were his own productions. Haasan has acted in over 230 films, and in 2019 he became one of the few actors in India to have completed 60 years working in cinema.
For his philanthropic efforts Haasan received the first Abraham Kovoor National Award in 2004. He was project ambassador for the Hridayaragam 2010 event, which raised funds for an orphanage for HIV/AIDS-affected children. In September 2010, Haasan launched a children's cancer relief fund and gave roses to children with cancer at Sri Ramachandra University in Porur, Chennai. Haasan was nominated by the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi for the Swachh Bharat Mission. On 21 February 2018, Haasan formally launched his political party, Makkal Needhi Maiam (lit. People's Justice Centre).
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