Kamal Haasan's 60 Years of Career: 10 Times the actor amazed audience with his iconic performances

Surviving in this industry for sixty years and equally owning success at the same time is a real big deal. Tamil star Kamal Haasan has proved it.
Kamal Haasan's 60 Years of Career: 10 Times the actor amazed audience with his iconic performancesKamal Haasan's 60 Years of Career: 10 Times the actor amazed audience with his iconic performances
  • 2
  • facebook
  • twitter
  • Share on whatsapp

Southern and Bollywood actor Kamal Haasan has won millions of hearts with his strong and iconic roles for six decades. Surviving in this industry for sixty years and equally owning success at the same time is a real big deal. Tamil star Kamal Haasan has proved it like a boss and is clearly the legend as he completes sixty years in the acting career. Fans of the actor can't keep calm and have been sending best wishes to mark 60 pathbreaking years of Ulaganayagan Kamal Haasan. 

Kamal Haasan, actor par excellence, has always taken up challenging roles. He has managed to grab the attention and proved his versatility with the choices of roles. Today, as he completes 60 years of an acting career, let's take a look at some of his iconic roles and films in Bollywood and Southern cinema. 

Check it out: 

Kalathur Kannamma (1959): This was the beginning though! This was his first movie as a child actor, which won many awards including National Film Award for Best Tamil movies. He also received the President's Gold Medal for his outstanding performance. 

Sigappu Rojakkal (1978): In the film, Kamal Haasan played the role of a psychotic killer disguised as a charming and sophisticated young businessman.  Though it was a negative role, Kamal Haasan managed to win the hearts with the bold performance. The film completed 175 days run at the box office. 

Sadma (1983): His film Moondram Pirai was remade in Hindi as Sadma. It is was one of the most memorable roles of his career alongside Sridevi's flawless portrayal in the film. 

Nayakan (1988): Directed by Mani Ratnam, the film is based on the life and times of a Mumbai underworld don. Kamal Haasan won the 'Best Actor' National Award for this film.

 

Indrudu Chandrudu (1989): Another popular role of Kamal Haasan where he was seen as a corrupt mayor and as a youngster was in Telugu film Indrudu Chandrudu. The film was later dubbed in Hindi as Mayor Sahab. 

Indian (1996): Released in 1996, his portrayal of the characters was so amazing that he went on to win the National Award for Best Actor that year.  

Chachi 420 (1997): Kamal Haasan's portrayal of a woman as Chachi remains favourite of every 90s kid. This remake of Mrs. Doubtfire is a watchable event today. 

Hey Ram (2000): Known for taking up challenging roles, Kamal Haasan played Saketh Ram in Hey Ram. It will forever remain on every movie-watcher's list. 

Vishwaroopam (2013): Kamal Haasan played the role of a Kathak dancer in Vishwaroopam and he won hearts with another iconic role. The film landed into a huge controversy but nothing stopped Kamal Haasan from giving his best on the big screen. 

Alavandhan (2001): The superstar of Tamil cinema played a double role in Telugu movie Alavandhan. The film was later shot in Hindi as Abhay. 

Which is your favourite Kamal Haasan film? Let us know in the comment section below. 

"Stay in sync with the latest and hottest" & "SUBSCRIBE TO PINKVILLA"

Comments

One of his best is moonrampirai. All credit goes to director balumahendra for choosing Kamal and sridevi. Illayaraja's music melt people even today.

Who can forget Michael Manana Kama Raja? Brilliant!

Add new comment