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

N. Lingusamy Wiki and Biography: In the field of Tamil cinema, Nammalvar Lingusamy (born 14 November 1967) is a director, screenwriter, tuning expert, and film producer based in Chennai, India. In 2001, he made his directorial debut with the family drama starring Mammootty and himself, titled Aanandham. Thirupathi Brothers was a film production company co-founded by Lingusamy and his brother N. Subash Chandrabose.

N. Lingusamy

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

Real Name Narain Lingusamy
Nick Name N. Lingusamy
Profession Director, Producer, Screenwriter
Famous For Movies
Wife Name NA
Physical Status
Age 55
Height 5’6′
Weight 71
Eye Color Black
Hair Color Black
Personal Information
Date of Birth 14 November 1967
Birth Place Kudavasal, Tamil Nadu, India
Zodiac Sign Scorpio
Nationality Indian
School Name NA
College Name NA
Qualifications Graduate
Family Profile
Father Name NA
Mother Name NA
Siblings NA
Career Director, Producer, Screenwriter
Source of Income Movies
Appeared In Movies
Net Worth Salary 78 Crores+(Approx.)

N. Lingusamy Biography

N. Lingusamy Education

Lingusamy’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 he made a debut Aanandham, a Tamil family drama starring Mammootty, was his first film as a director. “The film actually is based on real life,” Linguswamy said of the movie. The stories my mother told me about growing up in a big family left an impression on me. They left an indelible impression on me, and I vowed that I would use them if I ever directed a movie.

N. Lingusamy Early Life

Lingusamy has solely directed in Tamil, yet many of his films have been adapted or dubbed into other languages. The Telugu-language adaptations of Run, Sandakozhi, and Paiyaa titled Run, Pandem Kodi, and Awara, respectively also had commercial success upon their release in Andhra Pradesh. Jeeva remade Run in Hindi in 2004, and Muppalaneni Shiva remade Aanandham as Sankranti in Telugu in 2005. The Bengali version of his film Paiyaa, dubbed Jaaneman, was released in 2012, and the Telugu version of Vettai, titled Tadakha, came out in 2013.

N. Lingusamy Career

He got his start in the industry working for A. Venkatesh, with whom he worked on the Mahaprabhu-123 and Selva projects. Soon after, he became Director Vikraman’s assistant on the set of the family drama film Vaanathaippola. In 2001, he made his directorial debut with the film Aanandham, which starred Mammootty. The film was a huge success, earning him several awards, including the Filmfare Award for Best Film in Tamil, the Cinema Express Award for Best Film in Tamil, and two Tamil Nadu State Film Awards.

When his 2001 film Run, which starred Madhavan, was a financial success, he wanted to reteam with the actor. However, when Madhavan was unavailable, he cast Ajith Kumar in the starring role and titled the film Ji. His next film, Sandakozhi, which again starred Vishal, did very well at the box office. Actor Vikram eventually joined Bheemaa, although the film’s initial January 2008 release date was repeatedly put back. Yuvan Shankar Raja composed the score for his sixth film, Paiyaa, which stars Karthi and Tamannaah.

He directed the 2012 action masala film Vettai, which starred Arya and Madhavan. He also worked in the film industry in Andhra Pradesh, where his Telugu translations of Run, Sandakozhi, and Paiyaa (respectively titled Run, Pandem Kodi, and Awara) were huge hits.

The 2005 Telugu film Sankranti was a remake of Muppalaneni Shiva’s earlier film Aanandham. He directed the 2014 film Anjaan, which featured Suriya and Samantha. A number of famous Tamil actors have worked with him, including Vikram Prabhu (Kumki), Sivakarthikeyan (Rajni Murugan), Kamal Hassan (Uttama Villain), and many more. His more recent works include Idam Porul Eval, Sandakozhi 2, and The Warriorr.

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