Kamal Haasan (Born 7 November 1954), also spelled as Kamal Hassan, is an Indian film actor, screenwriter, director, producer, playback singer, choreographer, lyricist, philanthropist and dancer. His birth name is Parthasarathy. Haasan has won several Indian film awards including three National Film Awards and 19 Filmfare Awards. With seven submissions, Kamal Haasan has starred in the highest number of films submitted by India for the Academy Award Best Foreign Language Film. Haasan’s production company, Rajkamal International, has produced several of his films. Kamal Haasan was titled Kalaimamani in 1979, the Padma Shri in 1990, the Padma Bhushan in 2014 and the prestigious French honour Chevalier of the Ordre des Arts et des Lettres in 2016. After several projects as a child, Haasan’s breakthrough as a lead actor came in the 1975 drama Apoorva Raagangal, in which he played a rebellious youth in love with an older woman. He won his first National Film Award for his portrayal of a guileless schoolteacher who cares for a childlike amnesiac in Moondram Pirai (1983). Haasan was noted for his performances in Mani Ratnam’s crime film Nayagan (1987), rated by Time as one of the best films in cinema history as well as Shankar’s vigilante film Indian (1996) which saw him playing dual roles of a father and a son. Since then he has appeared in a number of films including Hey Ram (2000), Virumaandi (2004), Vishwaroopam (2013) which were his own productions and Dasavathaaram (2008) in which he played ten different roles. Kamal Haasan was born in a Tamil Family. Haasan’s father’s name is D. Srinivasan who was a lawyer and his mother Rajalakshmi was a housewife . Kamal is the youngest child in his family; his brothers Charuhasan (born 1930) and Chandrahasan (born 1936) are also lawyers, and Charuhasan became an actor during the 1980s.[citation needed] Haasan’s sister, Nalini (born 1946), is a classical dancer. He received his primary education in Paramakudi, Ramanathapuram District, and then moving to Madras (now Chennai) as his brothers pursued their higher education. Haasan continued his education in Santhome, Madras; attracted by film and the fine arts, he was encouraged by his father.When a physician friend of Haasan’s mother visited Avichi Meiyappa Chettiar (AVM) to treat his wife, she brought Haasan with her. Apparently impressed by Haasan’s demeanor Suresh Madhavan, M. Saravanan (AVM’s son) recommended him for their upcoming production Kalathur Kannamma. Haasan won best actor the President’s Gold Medal – Rashtrapathi Award for his performance in Kalathur Kannamma at age four, and starred in five more films as a child. He debuted in the Malayalam film industry in Kannum Karalum (1962). With his father’s encouragement Haasan joined a repertory company (T. K. S. Nataka Sabha) headed by T. K. Shanmugam, continuing his education at the Hindu Higher Secondary School in Triplicane. His time with the theatre company shaped Haasan’s craft, and kindled his interest in makeup. After a seven-year hiatus from films Haasan returned to the industry as a crew member, playing a few supporting roles. His role as an adult was in the 1970 film Maanavan, where he appeared in a dance sequence. Haasan also had a supporting role in Annai Velankani (where he was assistant director), and appeared in K. Balachander’s 1973 film Arangetram. He worked under Thangappan as his dance assistant in 1973 movie Kasi Yathirai. He played the antagonist in Sollathaan Ninaikkiren and Gumasthavin Magal. Haasan’s first serious role was in K. Balachander’s Aval Oru Thodar Kathai (1974). His last supporting role was in Pattikkaattu Raja, in 1975.
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