Name: T. R. Silambarasan
Date of Birth: February 3, 1983
Occupation: Actor, Director, Screenwriter, Lyricist, Playback Singer.
Debut Film: Monisha En Monalisa as child Artist
Silambarasan is popular as youth star among Tamil audience. He is actor, director, playback singer and lyricist. Simbhu comes from film background.
His father Vijaya T. Rajendar was director, music composer, actor, screenwriter and politician and mother Usha Rajendar a former actress.
Simbhu completed his schooling at Don Bosco Matriculation Higher Secondary School, Santhome Higher Secondary School, and The Ashram School in Chennai.
After school education, he completed an Audio Engineering Course. Simbhu started his film career as child artist and acted in 19 films directed by his father T. Rajendar.
He appeared first time in a lead role in Kadhal Azhivathillai (2002) directed by his father. His second film Dhum, Kuthu was huge commercial success. He was applauded by the audience for his excellent performance in Manmadhan (2004).
Simbhu established himself as a director with Vallavan (2006). His performance as an actor was greatly appreciated in Gautham Menon's Vinnaithaandi Varuvaayaa (2010). This was his 25th film where he acted opposite to Trisha Krishnan.
Silambarasan was praised for his performance as Karthik for which he grabbed several awards and nominations. His most recent release Vaanam (2011), a remake of Telugu movie Vedam, featuring an ensemble cast had positive reviews.
He has great talent and shows his premium performance to widen viewer’s base. He was very much interested in dancing from childhood and used to compose dances.
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