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The Golden Actor of Indian Cinema

14 Aug

               The Multi-faceted Kamalhassan

12th Aug 2009

                           Today the most versatile actor Kamalhassan completes 50 years of his career in Film Industry. Five decades ago, he appeared on the Silver Screen as a 6 year old kid in the 1960 film Kalathur Kannamma in alongside the then big stars Gemini Ganesh and Savithri. He amazed the audience by his incredible performance.  His acting was appreciated by all and he was awrded the prestigious National Award in the Best Child Artiste category for his debut performance. From that day geting awards and rewards are like taking food and water for him. His first day of shooting was on Aug 12th 1959. Successfully he completes his Golden Jubilee today.

                    Eventhough he belongs to Tamil Nadu, he is one of the most celebrated actors all over world. No wonder why he is called Ulaganayagan, the Universal Hero. He’s an encyclopedia of Cinema, the epitome of Acting. We can add any kind of good adjectives which he desreves. His experiments with Cinema are highly incredible. He’s been an actor, a singer, a choregrapher, an assistant director, a story writer, a screenplay writer, a director, a produce  and even an actress in some films. He’s a Social activist and a poet off screen. He’s the only actor to win the more number of Filmfare Awards (16 Awards in about 5 languages)  and 4 National Awards.

          He took Tamil Cinema to a step ahead. 24/7 he thinks about Cinema. He invests in Cinema, gains and loses in Cinema only. He always strives to give meaningful films. He’s far better than many Oscar winning Hollywood Actors. I’m very proud to be his contemporary and of course, an ardent fan and this dedicated artiste. I wish him to continue his journey in the Film Industry forever.

       Coincidentally, his gorgeous daughter Shruti Hassan made her debut  in her dad’s Golden Jubilee Year in the Bollywood flick LUCK. Interestingly, she’ll be the composer for his dad’s Unnaippol Oruvan (Remake of the outstanding movie A Wednesday).  I’m eagerly waiting for his Unnaippol Oruvan

Today the most versatile actor Kamalhassan completes 50 years of his career in Film Industry. Five decades ago, he appeared on the Silver Screen as a 6 year old kid in the 1960 film Kalathur Kannamma in alongside the then big stars Gemini Ganesh and Savithri. He amazed the audience by his incredible performance.  His acting was appreciated by all and he was awrded the prestigious National Award in the Best Child Artiste category for his debut performance. From that day geting awards and rewards are like taking food and water for him. His first day of shooting was on Aug 12th 1959. Successfully he completes his Golden Jubilee today.

                    Eventhough he belongs to Tamil Nadu, he is one of the most celebrated actors all over world. No wonder why he is called Ulaganayagan, the Universal Hero. He’s an encyclopedia of Cinema, the epitome of Acting. We can add any kind of good adjectives which he desreves. His experiments with Cinema are highly incredible. He’s been an actor, a singer, a choregrapher, an assistant director, a story writer, a screenplay writer, a director, a produce  and even an actress in some films. He’s a Social activist and a poet off screen. He’s the only actor to win the more number of Filmfare Awards (16 Awards in about 5 languages)  and 4 National Awards.

          He took Tamil Cinema to a step ahead. 24/7 he thinks about Cinema. He invests in Cinema, gains and loses in Cinema only. He always strives to give meaningful films. He’s far better than many Oscar winning Hollywood Actors. I’m very proud to be his contemporary and of course, an ardent fan and this dedicated artiste. I wish him to continue his journey in the Film Industry forever.

       Coincidentally, his gorgeous daughter Shruti Hassan made her debut  in her dad’s Golden Jubilee Year in the Bollywood flick LUCK. Interestingly, she’ll be the composer for his dad’s Unnaippol Oruvan (Remake of the outstanding movie A Wednesday).  I’m eagerly waiting for his Unnaippol Oruvan

 
2 Comments

Posted by on August 14, 2009 in Movies

 

2 responses to “The Golden Actor of Indian Cinema

  1. balasrini

    August 22, 2009 at 6:58 pm

    Kamal Hassian – the only man who haven’t seen cinema as just a money making entity… he worshiped it as the God… he dedicated all his efforts,gains and losses to it… He s a GEM of the world cinema who haven’t got recognition that he deserves…

     
  2. Kaarthik

    August 25, 2009 at 3:03 am

    I have a strong belief that he will get soon

     

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