Director Manivannan | Memorial Day | outstanding actor | Nooravathu Naal.

Director Manivannan | Memorial Day | outstanding actor | Nooravathu Naal.

Manivannan Memorial Day is observed today as a director and actor who has made his mark in Tamil cinema.

Director Manivannan.

Born in 1954 in Sulur, Coimbatore district, Manivannan worked as an assistant director to Bharathiraja in some films. 

Manivannan has directed many important films in Tamil cinema and has been an outstanding actor.  Manivannan, who initially saw Bharathiraja’s Kizhakke Pogum Rail during his college days, wrote a letter to Bharathiraja about it.

Director Manivannan memorial day.

Many are unaware that Manivannan, who made his debut as a narrator and narrator in the film Bharathiraja’s Nizhalgal, is the author of the story and verse for the film Waves That Whip Against Caste and Religion Does Not Rest in Tamil Cinema.

Nooravathu Naal director.

Manivannan, who later worked in Bharathiraja’s films like Nizhalgal and Tik Tik Tik, has also acted in Bharathiraja’s films.  Manivannan, who later directed his nooravathu naal as a director, made his mark in Tamil cinema with films such as Amaidhi Padai and has acted in more films since the 90s.

Manivannan, an Eelam, Tamil nationalist, has consistently jokingly portrayed Tamil politics, rationality, and atheism in his films.  Even after all these years of his disappearance, his political parody jokes continue to go viral on the internet, as evidenced by his artistic existence.

Manivannan directed movies.

Manivannan, who incarnated as a director with the film gopurangal saivathillai, also added a new dimension by directing films in the crime thriller genre like irupathi naalu mani neram , Nooravathu Naal.  Directed by Sathyaraj, his film Amaidhi Padai is still hailed by fans as one of the best political satires in Tamil cinema.

Director Manivannan | Memorial Day | outstanding actor | Nooravathu Naal.
Director Manivannan | Memorial Day | outstanding actor | Nooravathu Naal.

Not only as a director but also as an actor, Manivannan gave a rich performance to Tamil cinema with good maturity.  He has disturbed as a character actor in many films and has done intimidating villainous acting.  My wish is that he did not fail to shine as a folk artist in films like Rasave and Sangamam.

Manivannan has taught everyone throughout his life what social responsibilities are for an artist other than cinema.