K. Bhagyaraj Wiki, Biography, Age, Wife, Family, Education, Height, Weight, Movies List, Career, Profession, Net Worth

K. Bhagyaraj Wiki and Biography: Bhagyaraj is a member of the Tamil film industry as a director, actor, screenwriter, and producer. His heyday as a celebrity was the 1980s and early 1990s. Besides English, he has also written and directed films and TV series in the Hindi and Telugu languages. He’s appeared in over seventy-five movies as an actor and directed over twenty-five.

K. Bhagyaraj

 

K. Bhagyaraj Wiki: Biography, Age, Wife, Family, Education, Height, Weight, Movies List, Career, Profession, Net Worth

Real Name Krishnasaamy Bhagyaraj
Nick Name K. Bhagyaraj
Profession Actor, Screenplay Writer, Producer, Director
Famous For Movies
Wife Name Praveena, Poornima Jayaram
Physical Status
Age 69 Years
Height 5’6′
Weight 72 Kgs
Eye Color Black
Hair Color Black
Personal Information
Date of Birth 7th January, 1953
Birth Place Erode, Tamil Nadu, India
Zodiac Sign Capricorn
Nationality Indian
School Name NA
College Name NA
Qualifications NA
Family Profile
Father Name Krishnasaamy
Mother Name Amaravathiyammal
Siblings NA
Career Actor, Screenplay Writer, Producer, Director
Source of Income Movies
Appeared In Movies
Net Worth Salary 57 Crores+(Approx.)

K. Bhagyaraj Biography

K. Bhagyaraj Education

K. Bhagyaraj’s education details are not available right now we will update you very soon, as he did the graduation and after he got into film making. We will update the details as soon as we have authentic information about the same from the actor himself in any public interview.

K. Bhagyaraj Early Life

In the Erode district of Tamil Nadu, close to the town of Gobichettipalayam, is where Bhagyaraj was born. Krishnaswamy and Amaravathiamma were his parents. He tied the knot twice. In 1981, he tied the knot with actress Praveena. In August of 1983, an extreme case of jaundice was the cause of her death. On February 7, 1984, he wed Poornima Jayaram, an actress he had worked with in the film Darling, Darling, Darling (1982). Saranya Bhagyaraj (who appeared in Parijatham (2006) and Photographer (2006)) and Shanthnu Bhagyaraj are the couple’s children.

K. Bhagyaraj Career

After working as a runner for filmmakers G. Ramakrishnan and Bharathiraja, Bhagyaraj eventually gained recognition for his own scriptwriting skills. [10] As a young actor, he made his cinematic debut in films like 16 Vayathinile (1977), where his screen time amounted to less than three minutes, and Sigappu Rojakkal (1979), where he had a similarly brief cameo (1978). He worked as Bharathiraja’s assistant on two of his films (16 Vayathnile and Kizhakke Pogum Rail). In his early career, he contributed to the screenplays of Bharathiraja’s films including Kizhake Pogum Rail (1978) and Tik Tik Tik (1981), as well as the dialogue for Sigappu Rojakkal. His first film as director was 1979’s Suvarilladha Chiththirangal, and he made his acting debut in Bharathiraja’s Puthiya Vaarpugal. To recognise his work on Puthiya Vaarpugal, the Tamil Nadu State Film Academy presented him with the award for Best Dialogue Writer (1979). Kanni Paruvathile was his directorial and acting debut (1979).

The first in a long line of distinctly Tamil films he produced, he swiftly set up his own company. Bhagyaraj established himself as an actor-auteur by frequently playing lead roles in the films he wrote and directed. His films are known for their complex plots, clever dialogue full of multiple meanings, and socially conscious underpinnings. His on-screen personae often feature a sardonic sense of humour and a cocky air of intelligence.

Urvashi, an actress, made her debut in his 1983 Tamil film Mundhanai Mudichu, while Urvashi’s sister Kalpana made her debut in Bhagyaraj’s financially successful 1985 film Chinna Veedu. In recognition of his performance in Mundhanai Mudichu, he was given the Filmfare Award for Best Actor in Tamil. He shot to fame after penning the script for Masterji, the Hindi adaptation of Mundhanai Mudichu that starred Rajesh Khanna and was a box office smash.

The exceptions to this rule were the films Anbulla Rajinikanth (1984) and Naan Sigappu Manithan (1985), both of which he acted in (1985). After the release of the massive critical and commercial failure Vaettiya Madichu Kattu, he stepped away from playing the lead hero in Tamil films.

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