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Kamal Haasan is an Indian film actor, director, screenwriter, producer, playback singer, lyricist, and philanthropist. He works primarily in Tamil cinema and debuted as a child artist in the film Kalathoor Kannamma, which was released in the year 1960. Since then, he has acted in nearly 200 films in the central Indian languages such as Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam, Telugu, and Hindi. He has been a part of the film industry for 58 years, as of 2018. Kamal Haasan is the one and only Indian actor to win more than 18 Filmfare awards. He is fluent in Tamil, Malayalam, English, Hindi, Telugu, Bengali, Kannada, and French. His production company, Rajkamal International, has produced several of his films. Currently, he is hosting the big reality show Bigg Boss Tamil Season 2. He wrote and sang a song for his upcoming movie Vikram with Anirudh Ravichander.

Kamal Haasan was born on 7 November 1954 in Ramanathapuram, Tamil Nadu, India. His birth name was Parthasarathy. His Father D. Srinivasan is a Lawyer by profession while his mother Rajalakshmi is a housewife. Kamal has two brothers Chandrahasan and Charuhasan and one sister Nalini Raghu. He belongs to a Brahmin family by birth and he is an atheist. Kamal started his primary education in Paramakudi and continued his schooling in Santhome, Madras.

He was attracted to film and fine arts as encouraged by his father. His mother Rajalakshmi was a physician friend of Avichi Meiyappa Chettiar (AVM). M. Saravanan, a son of Avichi Meiyappa Chettiar recommended Kamal for their production film Kalathur Kannamma in the year 1959 as a child artist. In 1973, Kamal played a lead role in the film Arangetram.

In 1960, Kamal Haasan made his on-screen debut with the film Kalathur Kannamma as a child artist. From the period of 1959 to 1965, he featured as a child artist in several Tamil and Malayalam movies.

Kamal took seven years gap from films and returned back as assistant dance master to Choreographer Thankappan. Kamal made brief appearances in some films in a supporting role at the time.

In 1973, Director K. Balachander introduced Kamal into a fledged role in the film Arangetram. In the same year, he acted as an antagonist in the film Sollathaan Ninaikkiren with the director K. Balachander. He gave him a back to back chances in his films. In 1974, His first lead role was in Malayalam film Kanyakumari which the film receives critical acclaim and won him a Filmfare award.

Later K. Balachander’s Apoorva Raagangal made Kamal an established actor in Tamil Film Industry. In the late 90s, Kamal ruled the Kollywood box office with his back-to-back hits in box office along with his rival Super Star Rajinikanth.

Kamal has experimented a lot with his movies as Director, Screenplay writer, Dancer, Producer, Playback singer, Lyricist, and more. He is the first actor in Tamil cinema who worked for 50 years. He was honored with the show Kamal 50 which is organized and telecasted by Vijay Television. He has featured in nearly 200 films in the major Indian languages such as Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam, Telugu, and Hindi.

In 2017, Kamal was roped with Vijay Television to host the most controversial reality show ‘Bigg Boss Tamil’. He used the show as his political platform and voiced his views on politics, life, and everything thought-provoking only in his films.

Kamal Haasan announces his party name on 21 February 2018 which is most awaited by the people of Tamil Nadu, especially by his fans. Named “Makkal Neethi Maiam” Kamal called his party’s name thrice after hoisting the party’s flag near the stage in Madurai along with Arvind Kejriwal, the Cheif Minister of Delhi.

Biography

NameKamal Haasan
Real NameAlwerpettai Aaandavar
NicknameUniversal Hero
ProfessionActor, Dancer, Director, Producer, Politician
Date of Birth7 November 1954
Age68 (as of 2022)
Zodiac signScorpio
FamilyFather: D. Srinivasan (Lawyer)
Mother: Rajalakshmi Srinivasan
Brother: Chandrahasan and Charuhasan (Actor)
Sister: Nalini Raghu
Marital StatusMarried
Affairs/GirlfriendsGautami Tadimalla (actress; 2004 – 2016)
WifesVani Ganapathy (Dancer, 1987 – 1988)
Sarika Thakur (Actress, 1988 – 2004)
ChildrenDaughter: Shruti Hassan (Actress), Akshara Haasan (Actress), and Subbalakshmi
ReligionHindu
Educational QualificationGraduate
SchoolSir M.Ct. Muthiah Chettiar Boys Higher Secondary School, Chennai
Hindu Higher Secondary School, Chennai.
CollegeYet to be updated
HobbiesReading
Birth PlaceParamakudi, Tamil Nadu, India
HometownParamakudi, Tamil Nadu, India
Current CityChennai, Tamil Nadu, India
NationalityIndian

In 1978, Kamal Haasan married dancer Vani Ganapathy and divorced after ten years. Later, he married an actress Sarika and start living together in 1988. Both married after the birth of their first child, Shruthi Haasan. Shruti Haasan is a leading actress in south India. Their younger daughter, Akshara, was assistant director for the film Vishwaroopam.

Later, the couple filed for divorce. After a year, Kamal lived with former actress Gautami Tadimalla who had starred with him in several films during the 1990s and from 2005 to 2016. Later, Gautami had announced on her blog that she had ended her relationship with him.

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Movies

YearFilmRoleLanguageNotes
1960Kalathur KannammaSelvamTamilChild artist
1962Parthal Pasi TheerumBabu & KumarTamilChild artist
1962Paadha KaanikkaiRaviTamilChild artist
1962Kannum KaralumBabuMalayalamChild artist
1963VanambadiRaviTamilChild artist
1963Anandha JodhiBaluTamilChild artist
1970MaanavanTamilUncredited role (Special appearance in the song "Visiladichan Kunjugala")
1971Annai VelankanniJesusTamilUncredited role
1972Kurathi MaganTamilUncredited role
1973ArangetramThiaguTamil
1973Sollathaan NinaikkirenKamalTamil
1974Paruva KaalamChandranTamil
1974Gumasthavin MagalManiTamil
1974Naan AvanillaiAppuTamil
1974KanyakumariSankaranMalayalam
1974Anbu ThangaiBuddhaTamilUncredited role (Special appearance in the song "Mannargal Vanagum")
1974Vishnu VijayamVishnuMalayalam
1974Aval Oru Thodar KathaiPrasadTamil
1974PanathukkagaKumarTamil
1975Cinema PaithiyamNatarajanTamil
1975PattampoochiSivaTamil
1975Aayirathil OruthiKamalTamil
1975Then Sindhudhe VaanamRaviTamil
1975Melnaattu MarumagalRajaTamil
1975Thangathile VairamKumarTamil
1975Pattikkaattu RajaMaheshTamil
1975Njan Ninne PremikkunnuSureshMalayalam
1975Maalai Sooda VaaTamil
1975Apoorva RaagangalPrasannaTamil
1975ThiruvonamPrem KumarMalayalam
1975Mattoru SeethaMalayalam
1975RaasaleelaMalayalam
1975AndharangamKaanthanTamil
1976Agni PushpamSomuMalayalam
1976AppooppanBabumonMalayalam
1976SamasyaMalayalam
1976Manmadha LeelaiMadhuTamil
1976Anthuleni KathaArunTeluguGuest appearance
1976Swimming PoolMalayalam
1976AruthuMalayalam
1976SatyamKumaranTamil
1976Oru Oodhappu Kan SimittugiradhuRaviTamil
1976UnarchigalSelvamTamil
1976Kuttavum ShikshayumMalayalam
1976Kumaara VijayamKumarTamil
1976Idhaya MalarMohanTamil
1976PonniMaranMalayalam
1976Nee Ente LahariMalayalam
1976Moondru MudichuBalajiTamil
1976Mogam Muppadhu VarushamRameshTamil
1976LalithaBaluTamil
1977UyarndhavargalAarumugamTamil
1977Siva ThandavumMalayalam
1977AasheervaadamMalayalam
1977AvargalJanardhan (Johnny)Tamil
1977Madhura SwapanamMalayalam
1977AainaPrem KapoorHindiUncredited role
1977SreedeviVenugopalMalayalam
1977Unnai Suttrum UlagamRajaTamil
1977KabitaGopalBengali
1977AshtamangalyamMalayalam
1977NirakudamDevanMalayalam
1977Ormakal MarikkumoChandrasekharanMalayalam
197716 VayathinileGopalakrishnan (Chappani)Tamil
1977Aadu Puli AttamMadanTamil
1977Aanandham ParamaanandhamBabuMalayalam
1977Naam Pirandha MannRanjithTamil
1977KokilaVijaykumarKannada
1977Satyavan SavithriSathyavanMalayalam
1977Aadhya PaadamMalayalam
1978MadanolsavamRajuMalayalam
1978Kaathirunna NimishamRajuMalayalam
1978AnumodhanamMalayalam
1978Avalude RavukalUn­knownMalayalamGuest appearance
1978Nizhal NijamagiradhuSanjeeviTamil
1978Aval ViswasthayayirunnuAntoMalayalamGuest appearance
1978Maro CharitraBaluTelugu
1978Ilamai Oonjal AadukirathuPrabhuTamil
1978Amara PremaRajuTeluguPartially reshot, remake of Madanolsavam
1978Sattam En KaiyilBabu & RathinamTamil
1978PadakuthiraMalayalamGuest appearance
1978Vayasu PilichindiRajaTelugu
1978Vayanadan ThambanVayanadan ThambanMalayalam
1978Sakka Podu Podu RajaUn­knownTamilGuest appearance
1978Sigappu RojakkalDileepTamil
1978Manidharil Ithanai NirangalaVeluTamil
1978Aval AppadithanArunTamil
1978Thappida ThalaAmrit LalKannadaGuest appearance
1978Thappu ThalangalAmrit LalTamilGuest appearance
1978YaettaRamuMalayalam
1979Sommokadidi SokokadidiRangadu & ShekarTelugu
1979Sigappukkal MookkuthiTamil
1979Neeya?KamalTamil
1979Allauddinum Albhutha VilakkumAlauddinMalayalam
1979Allaudinaum Arputha VilakkumAlauddinTamil
1979Thaayillamal Naan IllaiRajaTamil
1979Ninaithale InikkumChandruTamil
1979Andamaina AnubhavamChandruTelugu
1979Idi Katha KaaduJanardhanTelugu
1979KalyanaramanRaman & KalyanamTamil
1979Nool VeliKamal HaasanTamilGuest appearance as himself
1979Guppedu ManasuKamal HaasanTeluguGuest appearance as himself
1979Mangala VaathiyamTamil
1979Neela MalargalChandranTamil
1979Azhiyatha KolangalGowrishankarTamilGuest appearance
1979PasiKamal HaasanTamilGuest appearance as himself
1980Ullasa ParavaigalRaviTamilSimultaneously filmed in Telugu as Prema Pichi
1980NatchathiramKamal HaasanTamilGuest appearance
1980GuruGuruTamilTamil–Telugu bilingual film
1980GuruGuruTeluguTamil–Telugu bilingual film
1980Varumayin Niram SivappuRanganTamilSimultaneously filmed in Telugu as Aakali Rajyam
1980Maria My DarlingRaghuKannadaKannada–Tamil bilingual film
1980Maria My DarlingRaghuTamilKannada–Tamil bilingual film
1980Saranam AyyappaTamilGuest appearance
1981Aakali RajyamJ. Ranga RaoTeluguSimultaneously filmed in Tamil as Varumayin Niram Sivappu
1981Meendum KokilaManianTamil
1981Prema PitchiRaviTeluguSimultaneously filmed in Tamil as Ullasa Paravaigal
1981Ram LakshmanRamTamil
1981Raja PaarvaiRaghuTamil100th Film[a] Simultaneously filmed in Telugu as Amavasya Chandrudu
1981Thillu MulluCharu HaasanTamilGuest appearance
1981Kadal MeengalSelvanayagam & RajanTamil
1981Ek Duuje Ke LiyeVasuHindi
1981SavaalP. P. RajaTamil
1981SankarlalDharmalingam & MohanTamilSimultaneously filmed in Telugu as Andagaadu
1981Amavasya ChandruduRaghuTeluguSimultaneously filmed in Tamil as Raja Paarvai
1981Tik Tik TikDilipTamil
1981Ellam Inba MayyamVeluTamil
1982Vazhvey MaayamRajaTamil
1982AndagaaduDharmalingam & MohanTeluguSimultaneously filmed in Tamil as Sankarlal
1982Anthiveyilile PonnuMalayalam
1982Neethi Devan MayakkamMilitary officerTamilSimultaneously shot in Telugu as Edi Dharmam Edi Nyayam? (Guest appearance)
1982Moondram PiraiSrinivasan (Seenu)Tamil
1982Maattuvin ChattangaleUn­knownMalayalamUncredited role (Special appearance in the song "Maattuvin Chattangale")
1982Simla SpecialGopuTamil
1982Sanam Teri KasamSunil SharmaHindi
1982Sakalakala VallavanVeluTamil
1982Ezham RathriMalayalamGuest appearance
1982Rani TheniMillerTamilGuest appearance
1982Yeh To Kamaal Ho GayaRatan Chander & Ajay SaxenaHindi
1982Pagadai PanirenduAnandTamil
1982Agni SakshiKamal HaasanTamilGuest appearance
1983Zara Si ZindagiRakesh Kumar ShastriHindi
1983Uruvangal MaralamKamal HaasanTamilGuest appearance
1983SattamInspector RajaTamil
1983Sagara SangamamBalakrishnaTelugu
1983Salangai OliBalakrishnaTamil
1983SadmaSomuHindi
1983Poikkal KudhiraiUn­knownTamilGuest appearance
1983Benkiyalli Aralida HoovuUn­knownKannadaGuest appearance (Special appearance in the song "Munde Banni")
1983Thoongathey Thambi ThoongatheyGopi & VinothTamil
1984Yeh DeshMathurHindiGuest appearance
1984Ek Nai PaheliSandeepHindi
1984YaadgarRajnathHindi
1984Raaj TilakSurajHindi
1984Enakkul OruvanMadhan & UpendhraTamil
1984KarishmaaSunnyHindi
1985Oru Kaidhiyin DiaryDavid & Inspector ShankarTamil
1985Kaakki SattaiMuraliTamil
1985Andha Oru NimidamKumarTamil
1985Uyarndha UllamAnandhTamil
1985SaagarRajaHindi
1985GeraftaarKishan Kumar KhannaHindi
1985Mangamma SabathamAshok & RajaTamil
1985Japanil KalyanaramanKalyanam & RamanTamil
1985Dekha Pyar TumharaVishalHindi
1986Swathi MuthyamSivaiahTelugu
1986Naanum Oru ThozhilaliBharathTamilSimultaneously shot in Telugu as Andarikante Ghanudu
1986VikramVikramTamil
1986ManakanakkuFilm directorTamilGuest appearance
1986Oka Radha Iddaru KrishnuluKrishnaTelugu
1986Punnagai MannanSethu & Chaplin ChellappaTamil
1987Kadhal ParisuMohanTamil
1987VruthamBaluMalayalam
1987Kadamai Kanniyam KattupaaduKamal HaasanTamilGuest appearance
1987Per Sollum PillaiRamuTamil
1987NayakanSakthivelu (Velu Naicker)Tamil
1987Pushpaka VimanaUnemployed graduateSilentAlso known as Pushpak and Pesum Padam
1988SathyaSathyamurthyTamil
1988DaisyJamesMalayalam
1988Soora SamhaaramACP Athiveera PandiyanTamil
1988Unnal Mudiyum ThambiUdhayamoorthyTamil
1989Apoorva SagodharargalSethupathi, Appukutty, RajaduraiTamil
1989ChanakyanJohnsonMalayalam
1989Vetri VizhaVetrivelTamil
1989Indrudu ChandruduG. K. Rayudu, ChandruTelugu
1990Michael Madana Kama RajanMichael, Madhanagopal, Kameshwaran, RajuTamil
1991GunaaGunasekharanTamil
1992SingaravelanSingaravelanTamil
1992Thevar MaganShakthivelTamil
1993MaharasanVadiveluTamil
1993KalaignanIndrajithTamil
1994MahanadhiKrishnaswamyTamil
1994Magalir MattumTamilGuest appearance
1994NammavarSelvamTamil
1995Sathi LeelavathiShakthivelTamil
1995Subha SankalpamDasuTelugu
1995KuruthipunalAdhi Narayanan IPSTamilBilingual film
1995DrohiAdhi Narayan Rao IPSTeluguBilingual film
1996IndianSenapathy, ChandraboseTamil
1996Avvai ShanmughiPandian (Avvai Shanmughi)Tamil
1997Chachi 420Jaiprakash Paswan (Lakshmi Godbhole)Hindi
1998Kaathala KaathalaRamalingamTamil
2000Hey RamSaket RamTamilBilingual film
2000Hey RamSaket RamHindiBilingual film
2000ThenaliThenali SomanTamil
2001AalavandhanMajor Vijay Kumar, Nandha KumarTamilBilingual film
2001AbhayMajor Vijay Kumar, AbhayHindiBilingual film
2001Paarthale ParavasamKamal HaasanTamilGuest appearance as himself
2002Pammal K. SambandamPammal Kalyana SambandhamTamil
2002PanchatanthiramRamachandramurthyTamil
2003Anbe SivamNallasivamTamil
2003Nala DamayanthiKamal HaasanTamilGuest appearance as himself
2004VirumaandiVirumaandiTamil
2004Vasool Raja MBBSRajaramanTamil
2005Mumbai XpressAvinasiTamilBilingual film
2005Mumbai XpressAvinashHindiBilingual film
2005Rama Shama BhamaDr. Shyam SajjanKannada
2006Vettaiyaadu VilaiyaaduDCP RaghavanTamil
2008DasavathaaramGovindarajan Ramaswamy,Rangarajan Nambi,Christian Fletcher,Balram Naidu,Krishnaveni,Vincent Poovaragan,Khalifulla Khan,Avatar Singh,Shinghen Narahashi,George W. BushTamil
2009Unnaipol OruvanThe anonymous callerTamilBilingual film
2009EenaduThe anonymous callerTeluguBilingual film
2010Four FriendsKamal HaasanMalayalamGuest appearance as himself
2010Manmadan AmbuRaja MannarTamil
2013VishwaroopamWisam Ahmed KashmiriTamilBilingual film
2013VishwaroopWisam Ahmed KashmiriHindiBilingual film
2015Uttama VillainManoranjanTamil
2015PapanasamSuyambulingamTamil
2015Thoongaa VanamC. K. DiwakarTamilBilingual film
2015Cheekati RajyamC. K. DiwakarTeluguBilingual film
2016Meen Kuzhambum Mann PaanaiyumSwamiTamilGuest appearance
2018Vishwaroopam IIWisam Ahmed KashmiriTamilBilingual film
2018Vishwaroop IIWisam Ahmed KashmiriHindiBilingual film
2022VikramVikramTamilPost Production
2022Indian 2SenapathyTamilPaused Filming

Awards

  • 1990 – Padma Shri Award (Government of India)
  • 2014 – Padma Bhushan Award (Government of India)
  • 2016 – Chevalier Award (Ordre des Arts et des Lettres) from the Government of France.
  • 2010 – CNN-IBN Indian of the Year Award (CNN-IBN)
  • 2009 – FICCI Living Legend Award (Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry)
  • 1980 – Kalaimamani Award (Government of Tamil Nadu)
  • 1999 – Nadigar Thilagam Sivaji Ganesan Award (Government of Tamil Nadu)
  • 2000 – Honorary Award (Government of West Bengal)
  • 2010 – Honorary Award (Government of Kerala)
  • 2010 – Special Achievement Award (United Progressive Alliance)
  • 2014 – NTR National Award (Government of Andhra Pradesh)
  • 2005 – Honorary doctorate Award (Sathyabama Deemed University)
  • 2019 – Honorary doctorate Award (Centurion University of Technology and Management)
  • 2011 – Honorary Award Award (Government of India)
  • 2004 – Abraham Kovoor National Award for Humanist Activities Award (Bharatheeya Yukthivadi Sangham)
  • 2014 – Honoured Maestro Award (Whistling Woods International (WWI))
  • 2016 – Prix Henri-Langlois French Award (Prix Henri-Langlois French Award)
  • 2014 – Lifetime Achievement Award (The Tamil Chamber of Commerce)
  • 2013 – Lifetime Achievement Award (Puthiya Thalaimurai TV)
  • 2018 – Supernova of the year Award (Outlook)
  • 2009 – Viswa Kala Bharathi Award (The Bharat Kalachar)
  • 2016 – Eenam Swaralaya Bharat Murali Award (Eenam Swaralaya International Cultural Organization)
  • 2013 – Legendary Performance award for the film Vishwaroopam (Behindwoods.com)
  • 2015 – K.Balachandher Gold Medal of Excellence in Indian Cinema Award (Behindwoods.com)
  • 2015 – Outstanding Contribution to Music Award (Radio Mirchi)
  • 2018 – Game Changer of the Year Award (Galatta Tamil)
  • 1991 to 2005 – Most Talented Hero Award (India Today)
  • 2011 – Best Entertaining Bharatanatyam Dancer Award (BIG FM)
  • 2007 – Contemporary living legend of the year Award (UFO Digital Cinema Company, Mumbai)
  • 2007 – Rastrabhushan Award (FIE Foundation)
  • 2009 to 2010 – Lifetime Achievement Award (Rotary Club of Madras)
  • 2014 – Shifa Al Jazeera Excellence Award (Shifa Al Jazeera Medical Group, Bahrain)
  • 2019 – The Legend of Indian Cinema Award (Retailers Association of India (RAI))
  • 2003 – Amrita Hospitals & Medical Group, India Award (ATMA Award)
  • 2019 – Best Host Award for Bigg Boss Tamil 2 (Asian Television) – Nominated
  • 2008 – Best Actor Award (Ananda Vikatan Cinema)
  • 2008 – Best Screenplay Award (Ananda Vikatan Cinema)
  • 2016 – S. S. Vasan Lifetime Achievement Award (Ananda Vikatan Cinema)
  • 2009 – Special Jury Award (Asianet Film)
  • 2012 – Popular Tamil Actor Award (Asianet Film)
  • 2013 – Popular Tamil Actor Award (Asianet Film)
  • 1985 – Best Supporting Actor Award (BFJA)
  • 2001 – Most Outstanding Work of the Year Award (BFJA)
  • 1982 – Best Actor Award (Cinema Express)
  • 1987 – Best Actor Award (Cinema Express)
  • 1989 – Best Film (Producer) Award (Cinema Express)
  • 1990 – Best Actor Award (Cinema Express)
  • 1992 – Best Film (Producer) Award (Cinema Express)
  • 1995 – Best Film (Producer) Award (Cinema Express)
  • 1996 – Best Actor Award (Cinema Express)
  • 2006 – Best Actor Award (Film Fans Association)
  • 2008 – Best Actor Award (Film Fans Association)
  • 1982 – Best Actor Award (Filmfare) – Nominated
  • 1984 – Best Actor Award (Filmfare)- Nominated
  • 1986 – Best Supporting Actor (Filmfare) – Nominated
  • 1986 – Best Actor Award (Filmfare)
  • 1998 – Best Actor Award (Filmfare) – Nominated
  • 1998 – Best Story Award (Filmfare)
  • 1974 – Best Actor Award (Filmfare)
  • 1975 – Best Actor Award (Filmfare)
  • 1976 – Best Actor Award (Filmfare)
  • 1977 – Best Actor Award (Filmfare)
  • 1977 – Best Actor Award (Filmfare) – Nominated
  • 1978 – Best Actor Award (Filmfare)
  • 1978 – Best Actor Award (Filmfare) – Nominated
  • 1978 – Best Actor Award (Filmfare)
  • 1979 – Best Actor Award (Filmfare) – Nominated
  • 1981 – Best Actor Award (Filmfare)
  • 1981 – Best Actor Award (Filmfare)
  • 1983 – Best Actor Award (Filmfare)
  • 1986 – Best Actor Award (Filmfare) – Nominated
  • 1987 – Best Actor Award (Filmfare)
  • 1989 – Best Film Award (Filmfare)
  • 1989 – Best Actor Award (Filmfare)
  • 1991 – Best Actor Award (Filmfare)
  • 1992 – Best Actor Award (Filmfare)
  • 1995 – Best Actor Award (Filmfare) – Nominated
  • 1996 – Best Actor Award (Filmfare)
  • 2000 – Best Actor Award (Filmfare)
  • 2001 – Best Actor Award (Filmfare) – Nominated
  • 2003 – Best Actor Award (Filmfare) – Nominated
  • 2008 – Best Actor Award (Filmfare) -Nominated
  • 2009 – Best Actor Award (Filmfare) – Nominated
  • 2009 – Best Actor Award (Filmfare) – Nominated
  • 2013 – Best Director Award (Filmfare) – Nominated
  • 2015 – Best Actor Award (Filmfare) – Nominated
  • 1983 – Best Actor Award (Nandi)
  • 1986 – Best Actor Award (Nandi)
  • 1989 – Best Actor Award (Nandi)
  • 1982 – Best Actor Award (National Film)
  • 1987 – Best Actor Award (National Film)
  • 1992 – Best Regional Film – Tamil (Producer) Award (National Film)
  • 1996 – Best Actor Award (National Film)
  • 1960 – Best Child Artist Award (Rashtrapathi)
  • 2003 – Best Actor Award (SICA)
  • 2015 – Lifetime Achievement Award (SICA)
  • 1997 – Best Story Writer Award (Star Screen)
  • 2010 – Best Actor Award (French Film Society)
  • 1977 – Best Actor Award (Tamil Nadu State Film)
  • 1980 – Best Actor Award (Tamil Nadu State Film)
  • 1982 – Best Actor Award (Tamil Nadu State Film)
  • 1989 – Best Actor Award (Tamil Nadu State Film)
  • 1992 – Best Actor Award (Tamil Nadu State Film)
  • 1992 – Second Best Film (as Producer) (Tamil Nadu State Film)
  • 1996 – Best Actor Award (Tamil Nadu State Film)
  • 2006 – Best Actor Award (Tamil Nadu State Film)
  • 2008 – Best Actor Award (Tamil Nadu State Film)
  • 2006 – Chevalier Sivaji Ganesan Award for Excellence in Indian Cinema Award (Vijay Awards)
  • 2008 – Most Popular Hero of the Year (Vijay Awards)
  • 2008 – Best Villain Award (Vijay Awards)
  • 2008 – Best Comedian Award (Vijay Awards)
  • 2008 – Best Story-Screenplay Writer Award (Vijay Awards)
  • 2011 – Best Playback Singer by an Actor Award (Vijay Awards)
  • 2013 – Best Actor Award (Vijay Awards)
  • 2013 – Favourite Director Award (V. Shantaram Awards)
  • 2002 – Best Actor Award (V. Shantaram Awards)
  • 2003 – Best Story and Screenplay Award (V. Shantaram Awards)
  • 2003 – Best Playback Singer Award (V. Shantaram Awards)
  • 2008 – Best Actor Award – Nominated (V. Shantaram Awards)
  • 1997 – Best Actor in a Comic Role Award (Zee Cine Awards)
  • 2020 – Pride of Indian Cinema Award (Zee Cine Awards)
  • 2015 – Best Actor Award (MGR-Sivaji Academy Award)
  • 2015 – Best Film Award (International Film Festival of Los Angeles Independent Film Festival)
  • 2015 – Best Actor Award (International Film Festival of Los Angeles Independent Film Festival)
  • 2004 – Director in Focus Award (Puchon International Fantastic Film Festival (South Korea))
  • 2000 – Director In Focus Award (International Film Festival Rotterdam)
  • 2013 – Lifetime Achievement Award (Mumbai International Film Festival)
  • 2016 – LIfetime Achievement Award (Norway Tamil Film Festival Awards)
  • 2016 – Outstanding Contribution in India Cinema Award (London Indian Film Festival)
  • 2013 – Represent in Indian Cinema Award (New York Festivals International Film & TV Awards)
  • 2013 – Special Jury Award (Jagran Film Festival)

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