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|P. Samuthirakani (born April 26, 1973) is an Indian actor and director who works mainly in the Tamil film industry, in addition to appearing in several Malayalam films.
He worked as assistant director K Balachander. Its director Naadodigal in 2009 was a hit runaway, which was then redone in three languages. He has also appeared in several films and is best known for his performances in Subramaniapuram, Easan (both directed by M Sasikumar), Saattai and Oppam. He won the National Film Award for Best Supporting Actress in 2016 for Visaranai.
Profile ( Personal Info)
|Real Name||:||Samuthirakani Pandiyaraj|
|Age||:||47 years in (2020)|
|Profession||:||Film Director, Actor, Screenwriter, Voice Over Artist, Singer|
|Date of Birth||:||26 April 1973|
|Eye Color||:||Dark Brown|
|Born In||:||Seithur, Rajapalayam, Tamil Nadu, India|
|Height in Feet Inches||:||5.11|
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|Favorite Actor||:||Nana Patekar|
Qualification ( Education, School and College )
|College/ University||:||Rajapalayam Rajus' College, Rajapalayam, Tamil Nadu|
|Educational and Qualification||:||B.Sc. (Mathematics)|
|Samuthirakani studied B.Sc. (Mathematics), Rajapalayam Rajus College, and Bachelor of Laws from Ambedkar Law College, Chennai. Samuthirakani entered the cinema with the dream of becoming an actor. "People have said that I do not have the appearance or the physique for that.
I was unfazed. "Insults are part of life," I said to myself and persevered. So when did he finally have the opportunity to coat the greaser? "Padikkira Vayasu from Pandiarajan in which I had only one sentence to say, and to sneak into the scene, I had to cringe and crawl in front of the assistant director!" Not a shade of self-pity! "Why not, slights can not hold me back."
In 1997, he joined as deputy director under K Vijayan. Samuthirakani, who was always used to standing at work, was noticed by Iyakkunar Sigaram K Balachander and was hired as assistant director for his 100th film Parthaale Paravasam. He also had the opportunity to work as an assistant to Balachander in the Anni mega-series televised by Jaya TV.
The director recalls that the work experience he gained under the direction of his mentor Balachander helped him in many ways during the filming of Arasi and Selvi, the television mega-series of Sun TV, which massively beaten by housewives.
And it was then that he began to write scenes and dialogues that he would stage in the confines of his room. Soon, he led to the discovery that in him was a capable storyteller.