Kamal Haasan

Kamal Haasan (Tamil: கமல்ஹாசன்) (born 7 November 1954 in Paramakudi, Madras State, India) is an Indian blur actor, calligraphy writer, and filmmaker, advised one of the arch adjustment actors of Indian cinema.[1][2] Haasan is accepted for acceptable several Indian blur awards, including National Blur Awards and Filmfare Awards, and has the acumen of actuality the amateur with the best cardinal of films submitted by India in challenge for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film. In accession to acting and directing, he is a screenwriter, lyricist, playback accompanist and choreographer. His blur assembly company, Rajkamal International, has produced several of his films.

After several projects as a adolescent artiste, Kamal Haasan's advance into advance acting came with his role in the 1975 ball Apoorva Raagangal, in which he played a alienated adolescence in adulation with an earlier woman. He anchored his aboriginal Indian National Blur Award for his assuming of a above-board academy abecedary who tends a child-like amnesiac in 1982's Moondram Pirai. He was decidedly acclaimed for his achievement in Mani Ratnam's Godfatheresque Nayagan (1987), which was ranked by Time annual as one of the best films of all time.[3] Since again he has gone on to arise in added notable films such as his own productions, Hey Ram and Virumaandi, as able-bodied as the magnum composition Dasavathaaram, in which he appeared in ten audible roles.

Born Kamal Haasan
November 7, 1954 (1954-11-07) (age 55)
Paramakudi, Madras State, India
Occupation Actor
Years active 1959 - present
Spouse(s) Vani Ganapathi
Domestic partner(s) Gouthami Tadimalla