• Real Name: Shivaji Rao Gaikwad
  • Date of Birth : 12.12.1950
  • Time of Birth : 11:54 P.M.
  • Place of Birth : Bangalore
  • Star/Rasi: Sirvana/Magaram
  • Color: Black
  • Height: 5 feet 9 inch
  • Weight : 70 Kg
  • Name of Spouse : Mrs. Latha Rajinikanth, Principal, The Ashram
  • Date of Marriage: 26.02.1981  4:30 A.M
  • Place of Marriage: Thirupathi
  •  Date of Reception : 14.03.1981 6:00 A.M
  •  Place of Reception : Taj Coromandal, Chennai
  • Names of Children: Aishwarya & Sowandarya
  • Address : 18, Raghava Veera Avenue, Poes Garden, Chennai-86
  • Contact : 2,499,129,124,990,270
  • Fax: 24838890 (Raghavendra Mandapam)
  • Father’s Name: Ramoji Rao
  • Mother’s Name: Rambhai
  • Brother’s Name : Sathya Narayana Rao & Nageshwara Rao
  • Guru : K.Balachandar
  • Spiritual Guru : Satchithananda Swamiji
  • Favourite God : Shri Raghavendra
  • Favourite Books : Books written by Shri Ramana Maharishi
  • Favourite City : Chennai
  • Favourite Colour : Black
  • Favourite Drinks : Juice & Curd
  • Favourite Foods : Chicken & Mutton items
  • Happiest Moments : To be alone
  • Worst Moments : Left the job of Conductor
  • Worst Period : 1978 – 1981
  • Favourite Dress : White Kurtha
  • Favourite Place: Himalaya
  • Favourite Place in House: Pooja Room
  • Favourite Proverb : Beware of Everything -that is un true; stick to the Truth shall succeed slowly but steadily
  • Favourite work : Self-driving
  • Unforgettable Man: K.Balachandar
  • Unforgettable Function : Bassha Silver Jubilee Function
  • Unforgettable Friend : Sri Priya
  • First Film : Aboorva Ragangal
  • 50th Film : Tiger (Telugu)
  • 100th Film : Shri Raghavendrar
  • 125th Film : Rajathi Raja
  • 150th Film : Padyappa
  • Favourite Hollywood : ActorSylvester Stallone
  • Favourite Indian Actor : Kamalhaasan
  • Favourite Actress: Rekha (Hindi)
  • Favourite Role : Romantic Roles
  • Most Valuable Item: Appreciation Letter from K.Balachander for the film “Mullum Malarum”
  • Favourite Language : English
  • Favourite Films : Hollywood Films
  • Favourite Novel : Kalki’s Ponniyin Selvan & T. Janakiraman’s Amma Vanthal
  • Favourite Cinema Scene : Duet Scene
  • Favourite Writer : Jayagandhan
  • Favourite Poet : Kannadasan
  • Favourite Musician : Illayaraja
  • Favourite Speaker : Vattal Nagaraj
  • Favourite Songs : Songs sung by Chandrababu
  • Favourite Film : Veera Kesari (Kannada)
  • Favourite Politician : Singapore President Lee Quan-u
  • Unforgettable Leader : Mahatma Gandhiji
  • About Mahatma Gandhiji : Form of Truth; Great Yogi
  • About Bharathiar : Real Rebel Poet
  • About Kamarajar : Real “Padikatha Methai”
  • About Periyar : Real Spiritualist
  • About Annadurai : Great Leader
  • About Kalaigar : The only leader for Tamil Community
  • About M.G.R : Guardian to Tamil Cinema
  • About Shjivaji Ganeshan : Dictionary of Tamil Cinema
  • About Jayshankar : Sportiveness
  • About Shivakumar : Punctuality
  • About Kamalahaasan : Sincerity
  • Message to Fan : Live & Let Live
  • About Rajinikanth : I live for myself ; I don’t care anybody but I respect everybody
Rajinikanth was born as Shivaji Rao Gaekwad to his mother Jijabai and father Ramoji Rao Gaekwad, on December 12, 1949 in Bangalore, Karnataka, India. He was the youngest among four children; has two elder brothers and a sister. After the death of his mother, he struggled with an impoverished lifestyle during his childhood. He had his formal education in Acharya Patasala and had his higher education in Ramakrishna Mission in Bangalore. Between 1968 and 1973 he worked in many places in Chennai, thus moving continuously from Bangalore to Chennai. He performed various odd jobs before joining the then-Bangalore Transport Service as a bus conductor. In 1973, he moved to Chennai to seek a career in acting and joined the Madras Film Institute with the help of a friend.

Acting career

Rajinikanth left his job as bus conductor and joined the Madras Film Institute in 1974. Rajinikanth made his debut into movies through Tamil cinema with Kailasam Balachander’s Apoorva Raagangal. He worked in Bollywood with Andha Kanoon. He appeared in several Hindi films, such as Chaalbaaz, Uttar Dakshan, Gangvaa, Jeet Hamaari, Asli Naqli, John Jani Janardhan, Meri Adaalat, Giraftaar, Hum, Farishtay, Tyagi and many more. He starred in the 1988 American film Bloodstone, which released with much fanfare in India but was unsuccessful in the United States. His 1995 film Muthu was dubbed into Japanese while his 2005 film Chandramukhi was dubbed in German and released in all German-speaking nations. He has acted in about 101 movies in Tamil, 17 in Telugu, 11 in Kannada, 2 in Malayalam, one each in Bengali and English, and 24 in Hindi (apart from a few movies where he did guest appearances in Hindi).

Supporting roles: 1975–1977

Rajinikanth’s first film was Apoorva Raagangal, a film directed by Kailasam Balachander. Though Rajinikanth refers to director Balachander as his guru or mentor, it was director S. P. Muthuraman who actually revamped Rajinikanth’s image entirely. Muthuraman first experimented with him in a positive role in Bhuvana Oru Kelvikkuri (1977), as a villain in the first half of the film and a protagonist in the second. Around this time Mullum Malarum (1978), directed by J. Mahendran, established Rajinikanth in the Tamil film arena as a film hero. The success of Bhuvana Oru Kelvikkuri prompted Muthuraman to make a mushy melodrama with Rajinikanth as a hero sacrificing everything for his siblings in Aarilirunthu Arubathu Varai (1979).

These films were the turning points in Rajinikanth’s career; he changed from an actor who merely enthralled the audiences to one who could also evoke emotions. The acceptance of Rajinikanth sans his stylized mannerisms proved he had at last become a “star”. His film roles were mainly as a villain during the period 1975 to 1977, co-starring frequently with Kamal Haasan as the protagonist, in movies like 16 Vayadhinilae, Moondru Mudichu and Avargal. In 1978, Rajinikanth acted in the film Bairavi.

Lead roles: 1978–1989

His first major role as a solo hero was in Chilakamma Cheppindi, a Telugu film. Later he performed as lead hero in the Tamil film Bairavi. He still appeared in several films in Tamil, Telugu and Kannada. In Kannada he was appreciated in movies like Sahodarara Savaal, Galate Samsara, Kiladi Kittu and Kumkuma Rakshe. In Anthuleni Katha, a Telugu remake of Aval Oru Thodar Kathai, he enacted the role of a drunkard brother of Jayaprada, which made him popular among Telugu audiences. In fact, Anthuleni Katha was the first movie in which he appeared in a major role. Previously, in Apoorva Raagangal and Katha Sangama he had performed very small roles. At that time he was the busiest actor in India; he would complete shooting at Madras at noon and fly to Hyderabad, where he would complete shooting by evening, then fly to Bangalore and finish the shooting by night and again fly to Madras. At this point in his career, Rajinikanth abruptly chose to quit acting, but was coaxed back. He continued acting with the blockbuster Tamil film Billa, which was a remake of the blockbuster Bollywood movie Don. With its phenomenal success he was accepted as a full-fledged hero. Billa was followed by a row of hits, namely Murattu Kaalai, Pokkiri Raja, Thanikattu Raja, Naan Mahaan Alla, Pudukavithai and Moondru Mugam. K. Balachander’s first home production, Netrikan, proved to be yet another milestone in Rajni’s career. He acted in his first cameo role alongside Meena Durairaj, who was a child actor then, in the movie Anbulla Rajinikanth (1984). More box-office hits dominated the 80s, including Padikkathavan, Thee, Velaikaran, Dharmathin Thalaivan, Mr. Bharath, and Maaveeran. In his 100th movie, Sri Raghavendra, he played the Hindu saint Raghavendra Swami.

Career peak: 1989–1999

His movies released during the nineties included Thalapathy, Mannan, Annamalai, Uzhaippali, Veera, Baasha, Muthu, Arunachalam and Padayappa. Rajinikanth wrote his first screenplay and acted as a special appearance in the film Valli (1993). His film Baasha was released in 1995. His film Muthu was the first Tamil film to be dubbed into Japanese (as Muthu: The Dancing Maharajah) and became popular in Japan. Padayappa’s release in 1999. Padayappa was directed by K. S. Ravikumar.

Baba: 2002

After more than a three-year sabbatical from cinema, at 52 years of age, he starred in his home production, Baba, which released on 15 August 2002. The screenplay revolved around a story about a gangster who later engages in spirituality. It fell short of market expectations and the high bids reportedly translated to heavy losses for the distributors, which Rajinikanth repaid.

work: 2005

Rajinikanth chose to act in director P. Vasu’s Tamil remake of the Malayalam film Manichitrathazhu, titled Chandramukhi. It was released on 14 April 2005, and went on to create new box office records, such as being the longest running Tamil film as of 2007. Just after Chandramukhi’s release, it was reported that AVM Productions were to produce a film directed by S. Shankar starring Rajinikanth. The film was titled Sivaji: The Boss and released on 15 June 2007; it went on to become ranked among other major Bollywood and Hollywood releases of the year. Sivaji charted as one of the top-ten best films of United Kingdom and South Africa box offices upon release. Following Sivaji, Rajinikanth worked with P. Vasu again for Kuselan, a remake of the Malayalam film Kadha Parayumbol, in which Rajinikanth played a cameo role as himself, a star in the Indian film industry, and as a best friend to the main character. According to Rajinikanth, the film somewhat narrarates his early life. The film however performed poorly at box offices; some distributors incurred major losses due to the film, which Rajinikanth voluntarily settled with his own budget.

During the course of the production for Sivaji, Ocher Studios, the animation company of Rajinikanth’s daughter Soundarya Rajinikanth, in association with Adlabs announced their intention of producing a CGI animation film starring an animated version of Rajinikanth. He will be lending his voice to the lead character in the project, titled Sultan: The Warrior; it will be directed by his daughter Soundarya Rajinikanth, with music provided by A. R. Rahman. Rajinikanth has also been signed to work with the Sivaji team of S. Shankar and A. R. Rahman for the high-budget science-fiction film, Endhiran. Aishwarya Rai Bachchan will play opposite Rajinikanth as heroine for the first time. A. R. Murugadoss had previously shown interest in directing Rajinikanth in his next feature film after Ghajini. Rajinikanth has stated that he is interested in starring in Pyramid Saimira’s next production, in order to compensate for Kuselan. Rajinikanth announced that he will no longer be acting in “youth roles” after Endhiran and will begin to act in roles which will be closer to his real age.

Awards and honours

Rajinikanth was named as one of the most influential persons in South Asia by Asiaweek. He won a Filmfare Best Tamil Actor Award for Nallavanuku Nallavan in 1984 and received a nomination for his performance in Muthu in 1995. Between 1977 and 2009, Rajinikanth received several awards from Tamil Nadu State Film Awards, Filmfare Awards, Cinema Express and Filmfans Association for his on-screen performances and off-screen contributions in writing and producing. He has received awards in the Best Actor category for his performance in the films Sivaji, Chandramukhi, Padayappa, Peddarayudu, Baasha, Muthu, Annamalai, Thalapathy, Velaikaran, Sri Raghavendra, Nallavanuku Nallavan, Moondru Mugam, Enkeyo Ketta Kural, Aarilirunthu Arubathu Varai, Mullum Malarum and 16 Vayathinile. He received an award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role for Bhuvana Oru Kelvi Kuri. He has also received awards in Best Story Writer and Best Producer categories for Valli.

He has also received other honours such as the Raj Kapoor Award in 2007 from the Government of Maharashtra. He was named and honoured with the Padma Bhushan award, India’s third highest civilian honour, in 2000 from the Government of India. In September 2005, Rajinikanth won the Tamil Nadu State Film Award for Best Actor for his role in the film Chandramukhi. Recently, he was selected as the Indian Entertainer of the Year for 2007 by NDTV, competing against the likes of Shahrukh Khan. In 2010, he received the Chevalier Sivaji Ganesan Award for Excellence in Indian Cinema.

Achievements – Rajinikanth is an immensely popular actor of the South Indian film industry. Recipient of the coveted Padma Shri Award in the year 2002, he has worked in a string of hit films like Murattukaalai, Pokkiri Raja, Thanikattu Raja, Naan Mahaan Alla and Moondru Mugam.

Rajinikanth is a celebrated actor of the South Indian film industry i.e. Tollywood. Born on 12 December 1949, Rajnikanth’s was originally named Shivaji Rao Gaekwad. The most unique feature about Rajnikanth’s acting is that he can enact comedies, drama, suspense and thrillers with absolute ease. In recognition of marvelous contribution to Indian cinema, he was recently awarded the Padma Bhushan by the Government of India in the year 2002. To know more, read on this biography of Rajnikanth.

Rajinikanth hails from a Marathi family of Bangalore in the Karnataka state and was the fourth child of his parents, Jijabai and Ramoji Rao. Although his mother tongue is Marathi, yet Rajnikanth never acted in any Marathi movies till date. His childhood was spent in poverty and he worked as a bus conductor prior his film career. However, it was during this period that Rajnikanth sharpened his acting skill by participating in various theatre plays. In the year, 1973, he joined the Madras Film institute to acquire a basic course in acting.

Initially while working in Tamil cinema, Rajnikanth was given supporting roles like that of a cancer patient in the 1975 film, Apoorva Raagangal directed by K. Balachander. Balachander gave Rajnikanth the name, by which the world now acknowledges him. But it was director, SP Muthuraman who actually revamped Rajnikanth’s image by casting him in varied roles. For instance, Rajnikanth was given a positive role in film, Bhuvana Oru Kelvikkuri (1977). By this time, film Mullum Malarum had Rajnikanth a firm foothold in the Tamil film arena.

The period from 1980 to1989 was the real turning point in the career of Rajnikanth as it took him to soaring really high. However, Rajinikanth abruptly decided to leave acting, but ultimately was coaxed back into it after sometime. He starred in Billa that was a remake of Amitabh Bachchan’s Don and it turned out to be a blockbuster hit silencing all his critiques. This was followed by more successful films like Murattukaalai, Pokkiri Raja, Thanikattu Raja, Naan Mahaan Alla and Moondru Mugam.

That popularity of Rajnikanth can simply be gauged by the fact that even two decades after the release of his old hits, they continue to make profits at the box office. K. Balachander’s first home production, Netrikan proved to be yet another milestone in Rajini’s career. And in his 100th movie, Sri Raghavendra, he played the Hindu saint Raghavendra Swami. Another of Rajnikanth’s recent hits was Shivaji released in the first half of 2007. 

S.No    Name of Film    Language    Director    Music    Date of
1.   Apoorva Raagangal   Tamil   K.Bala Chander   M.S.V   18.08.1975  
2.   Katha Sangama   Kanada   Puttanna   Vijaya Basker   23.01.1976  
3.   Anthuleni Katha   Telugu   K.Balachander   M.S.V   27.02.1976  
4.   Moondru Mudichu   Tamil   K.Balachander   M.S.V   22.10.1976  
5.   Baalu Jenu   Kanada  
Kunigal Naga Bhushanam Balan  
G.K.Venkatesh   10.12.1976  
6.   Avargal   Tamil   K.Balachander   M.S.V   25.02.1977  
7.   Kavikkuyil   Tamil   Devaraj &Mohan   Ilayaraja   29.07.1977  
8.   Raghupathi Raghavan Rajaram   Tamil   Durai   Sankar Ganesh   12.08.1977  
9.   Chilakamma Cheppindi   Telugu   Eranki Sharma   M.S.V   13.08.1977  
10.   Bhuvana Oru Kelvikkuri   Tamil   S.R.Muthuraman   Ilayaraja   02.09.1977  
11.   Ondu Premada Kathe   Kanada   S.M.Joe Simon     02.09.1977  
12.   16 Vayadhiniley   Tamil   Bharati Rajaa   Ilayaraja   15.09.1977  
13.   Sahodara Saval   Kanada   K.S.R.Das   Sathyam   16.09.1977  
14.   Aadu Puli Attam   Tamil   S.P.Muthuraman   Vijaya Bhaskar   30.09.1977  
15.   Gaayathri   Tamil   R.Pattabhiraman   Ilayaraja   07.10.1977  
16.   Kumkuma Rakshe   Kanada   S.K.A.Chari   Vijaya Bhasker   14.10.1977  
17.   Aarupushpangal   Tamil   K.M.Balakrishnan   M.S.V   10.11.1977  
18.   Tholireyi Gadichindi   Telugu   K.S.Rami Reddy   Sathyam   17.11.1977  
19.   Aame Katha   Telugu   K.Raghavendra Rao   Chakravarthy   18.11.1977  
20.   Galatta Samsara   Kanada   C.V.Rajendran   G.K.Venkatesh   02.12.1977  
21.   Shankar Salim Simon   Tamil   P.Madhavan   M.S.V   10.02.1978  
22.   Killad Kittu   Kanada   K.S.P.Das   Mohan Kumar   03.03.1978  
23.   Annadammula Savaal   Telugu   K.S.R.Das   Sathyam   03.03.1978  
24.   Aayiram Janmangal   Tamil   Durai   M.S.V   10.03.1978  
25.   Maathu Tappadamaga   Kanada   Peketi Sivaram   Ilayaraja   31.03.1978  
26.   Mangudi Minor   Tamil   V.C.Gunanathan   Chandrabose   02.06.1978  
27.   Bairavi   Tamil   M.Bhaskar   Ilayaraja   02.06.1978  
28.   Ilamai Oonjaladukirathu   Tamil   Sridhar   Ilayaraja   09.06.1978  
29.   Sadurangam   Tamil   Durai   V.Kumar   30.06.1978  
30.   Vanakkatukuriya Kathaliye   Tamil   Thirulokachander   M.S.V   14.07.1978  
31.   Vayasu Pilichindi   Telugu   Sridhar   Ilayaraja   04.08.1978  
32.   Mullum Malarum   Tamil   Mahendiran   Ilayaraja   15.08.1978  
33..   Iraivan Kodutha Varam   Tamil   A.Bhimasingh   M.S.V   22.09.1978  
34.   Thappida Thala   Kanada   K.Balachander   Vijayabasker   06.10.1978  
35.   Thappu Thalangal   Tamil   K.Balachander   Vijayabasker   30.10.1978  
36.   Aval Appadithan   Tamil   C.Rudhriah   Ilayaraja   30.10.1978  
37.   Thai Meethu Sathiyam   Tamil    R.Thyagarajan   Sankar Ganesh   30.10.1978  
38.   En Kelvikku Enna Bathil   Tamil   P.Madhavan   M.S.V   09.12.1978  
39.   Justice Gopinath   Tamil   Yoganand   K.S.viswanathan   16.12.1978  
40.   Priya   Tamil   S.P.Muthuraman   Ilayaraja   22.12.1978  
41.   Priya   Kanada   S.P.Muthuraman   Ilayaraja   12.01.1979  
42.   Kuppathu Raja   Tamil   Ramanna   M.S.V   12.01.1979  
43.   Iddaru Asadhyule   Telugu   K.S.R.Das   Sathyam   25.01.1979  
44.   Allauddinum Albhutha Vilakkum   Malayalam   I.V.Sasi   Devarajan   14.04.1979  
45.   Ninaithale Inikkum   Tamil   K.Balachander   M.S.V   14.04.1979  
46.    Andhamaina Anubhavam   Telugu   K.Balachander   M.S.V   19.04.1979  
47.   Allaudinaum Arputha Vilakkum   Tamil   I.V.Sasi   Devarajan   08.06.1979  
48.   Dharma Yuddam   Tamil   R.C.Sakthi   Ilayaraja   29.06.1979  
49.   Naan Vazhavaippen   Tamil   D.Yoganand   Ilayaraja   10.08.1979  
50.   Tiger   Telugu   N.Ramesh   Sathyam   05.09.1979  
51.   Aarilirunthu Arubathu Varai   Tamil   S.P.Muthuraman   Ilayaraja   14.09.1979  
52.   Annai  Oru Alayam   Tamil   R.Thyagarajan   Ilayaraja   19.10.1979  
53.   Amma Evarikkaina Amma   Telugu   R.Thyagarajan   Ilayaraja   08.11.1979  
54.   Billa   Tamil   R.Krishnamoorthy   M.S.V   26.01.1980  
55.   Ram Robert Rahim   Telugu   Vijaya Nirmala   Chakravarthy   31.05.1980  
56.   Anbukku Naan Adimai   Tamil   R.Thyagarajan   Ilayaraja   04.06.1980  
57.   Kali   Tamil   I.V.Sasi   Ilayaraja   03.07.1980  
58.   Mayadari Krishnudu   Telugu   R.Thyagarajan   Ilayaraja   19.07.1980  
59.   Naan Potta Saval   Tamil   Puratchidasan   Ilayaraja   07.08.1980  
60.   Jhonny   Tamil   Mahendran   Ilayaraja   15.08.1980  
61.   Kaali   Telugu   I.V.Sasi   Ilayaraja   19.09.1980  
62.   Ellam Un Kairasi   Tamil   M.A.Thirumugam   Ilayaraja   09.10.1980  
63.   Pollathavan   Tamil   V.Srinivasan   M.S.V   06.11.1980  
64.    Murattu Kalai   Tamil   S.P.Muthuraman   Ilayaraja   20.12.1980  
65.   Thee   Tamil   R.Krishnamoorthy   M.S.V   26.01.1981  
66.   Kazhugu   Tamil   S.P.Muthuraman   Ilayaraja   06.03.1981  
67.   Thillu Mullu   Tamil   K.Balachander   M.S.V   01.05.1981  
68.   Garjanai   Tamil   C.V.Rajendran   Ilayaraja   06.08.1981  
69.   Garjanam   Malayalam   C.V.Rajendran   Ilayaraja   14.08.1981  
70.   Netrikan   Tamil   S.P.Muthuraman   Ilayaraja   15.08.1981  
71.   Garjane   Kanada   V.C.Rajendran   Ilayaraja   23.10.1981  
72.   Ranuva Veeran   Tamil   S.P.Muthuraman   M.S.V   26.10.1981  
73.   Pokkiri Raja   Tamil   S.P.Muthuraman   M.S.V   14.01.1982  
74.   Thanikattu Raja   Tamil   V.C.Gohanathan   Ilayaraja   12.03.1982  
75.   Ranga   Tamil   R.Thyagarajan   Sankar Ganesh   14.04.1982  
76.   Puthukavithai   Tamil   S.P.Muthuraman   Ilayaraja   11.06.1982  
77.   Enkeyo Ketta Kural   Tamil   S.P.Muthuraman   Ilayaraja   14.08.1982  
78.   Moondru Mugam   Tamil   A.Jagannathan   Sankar Ganesh   01.10.1982  
79.   Paayum Puli   Tamil   S.P.Muthuraman   Ilayaraja   14.01.1983  
80.   Thudikkum Karangal   Tamil   Sridhar   S.P.Bala.  04.03.1983  
81.   Andhaa Kaanoon   Hindi   T.Rama Rao   Lakmikant Pyarelal   07.04.1983  
82.   Thai Veedu   Tamil   B.Thyagarajan   Sankar Ganesh   14.04.1983  
83.   Sivappu Sooriyan   Tamil   V.Srinivasan   M.S.V   27.05.1983  
84.   Jeet Hamaari   Hindi   R.Thyagarajan   Bappi Lahiri   17.06.1983  
85.   Adutha Varisu   Tamil   S.P.Muthuraman   Ilayaraja   07.07.1983  
86.   Thanga Magan   Tamil   A.Jagannathan   Ilayaraja   04.11.1983  
87.   Meri Adaalat   Hindi   A.T.Raghu   Bappi Lahiri   13.01.1984  
88.   Naan Mahaan Alla   Tamil   S.P.Muthuraman   Ilayaraja   14.01.1984  
89.   Thambikku Entha Ooru   Tamil   Rajasekar   Ilayaraja   20.04.1984  
90.   Kai Kodukkum Kai   Tamil   Mahendran   Ilayaraja   15.06.1984  
91.   Ethe Naasaval   Telugu   Puratshidasan   Ilayaraja   15.06.1984  
92.   Anbulla Rajinikanth   Tamil   K.Natraj   Ilayaraja   02.08.1984  
93.   Gangvaa   Hindi   Rajasekar   Bappi Lahiri   14.09.1984  
94.   Nallavanuku Nallavan   Tamal   S.P.Muthuraman   Ilayaraja   22.10.1984  
95.   John Jani Janardhan   Hindi   T.Rama Rao   Lakshmikant Pyarelal   26.10.1984  
96.   Naan Sikappu Manithan   Tamil   S.A.Chandrasekar   Ilayaraja   12.04.1985  
97.   Mahaguru   Hindi   S.S.Ravichandra   Bappi Lahiri   26.04.1985  
98.   Un Kannil Neer Vazhindal   Tamil   Balumahendra   Ilayaraja   20.06.1985  
99.   Wafadaar   Hindi   Dasari Narayana Rao   Bappi Lahri   01.09.1985  
100.   Sri Raghavendra   Tamil   S.P.Muthuraman   Ilayaraja   01.09.1985  
101.   Bewafai   Hindi   R.Thyagaarrajan   Bappi Lahiri   20.09.1986  
102   Padikkadavan   Tamil   Rajasekar   Illayaraja   11.11.1985  
103   Mr.Bharath   Tamil   Sp.Muthuraman   Illayaraja   10.01.1986  
104   Nann Adimai Illai   Tamil   Dwarakish   Vijay Anand   01.03.86  
105   Jeevana Poratam   Telugu   Rajachandra   Chakravarthy   10.04.1986  
106   Viduthalai   Tamil   K.Vijayan   Chandra Bose   11.04.1986  
107   Bhagawann Dada   Hindi   J.Om.Prakash     25.04.1986  
108   Asli Naqli   Hindi   Sudarsan Nag   Lakshmikant Pyarelal   17.10.1986  
109   Dosti Dhushman   Hindi   T.RamaRao   Lakshmikant Pyarelal   31.10.86  
110   Maaveeran   Tamil   Rajasekar   Illayaraja   01.11.1986  
111   Velaikaran   Tamil   Sp.Muthuraman   Illayaraja   07.03.1987  
112   Insaff Kaun Karega   Hindi   Sudarsan Nag   Lakshmikant Pyarelal   19.06.1987  
113   Oorkavalan   Tamil   Manobala   Sankarganesh   04.09.1987  
114   Manithan   Taamil   S.P Muthuraman   ChandraBose   21.10.1987  
115   Uttar Dakshan   Hindi   Prabhat Kanna   Lakshmikant Pyarelal  13.11.1987  
116   Tamacha   Hindi   Ramesh Ahuja   Bappi Lahiri   26.02.1988  
117   Guru Sishyan   Tamil   S.P.Muthuraman   Illayaraja   13.04.1988  
118   Dharmathin Thalaivan   Tamil   S.P.Muthuraman   Illayaraja   24.09.1988  
119   BloodStone   English   Dwight Little   Illayaraja   07.10.1988  
120   Kodi Parakuthu   Tamil   Bharathiraja   Hamsaleka 08.11.1988  
121   Rajathi Raja   Tamil   R.Sundar Rajan   illayaraja   04.03.1989  
122   Siva   Tamil   Ammerjan   Illayaraja   05.05.1989  
123   Raja Chinna Roja   Tamil   S.P.Muthuramna   ChandraBose   20.07.1989  
124   Mappillai   Tamil   Rajasekar   Illayaraja   28.10.1989  
125   Bhrashtachar   Hindi   RameshSippy   Lakshmikant Pyarilal   01.12.1989  
126   Chaalbaaz   Hindi   Pankaj Parashar   Lakshmikant Pyarelal   08.12.1989  
127.   Panakkaran   Tamil   P.Vasu   Ilayaraja   14.01.1990  
128   Athisaya Piravi   Tamil   S.P.Muthuraman   Ilayaraja 15.06.1990  
129   Dharmadorai   Tamil   Rajasekar   Ilayaraja   14.01.1991  
130   Hum   Hindi   Kukul S. Anand   Lakshmikant Pyarelal   01.02.1991  
131   Farishtay   Hindi   Anil Sharma   Bappi Lahari   22.02.1991  
132   Khoon Ka Karz   Hindi   Mukul S. Anand   Lakshmikant Pyarelal   01.03.1991  
133   Phool Bane Angaray   Hindi   K.C.Bokadia   Bappi Lahari   12.07.1991  
134.   Nattukku Oru Nallavan   Tamil   V.Ravichandran   Hamselekha   02.10.1991  
135.   Dalapathi   Tamil   Manirathnam   Ilayaraja   05.11.1991  
136.   Mannan   Tamil   Vasu.P   Ilayaraja   14.01.1992  
137.   Tyagi   Hindi   K.C.Bokadia   Bappi Lahari   29.05.1992  
138.   Annamalai   Tamil   Suresh Krishna   Deva   27.06.1992  
139.   Pandiyan   Tamil   S.P.Muthuraman   Ilayaraja
140.   Insaniyat Ke Devta   Hindi   K.C.Bokadia   Anand Miland   12.02.1993  
141.   Yejaman   Tamil   R.V.Udhayakumar   Ilayaraja   18.02.1993  
142.   Uzhaippali   Tamil   P.Vasu   Ilayaraja
Karthick Raja  
142a.   Valli   Tamil   K.Nataraj   Ilayaraja
Karthick Raja  
143.   Veera   Tamil   Suresh Krishna   Ilayaraja   14.04.1994  
144.   Baasha   Tamil   Suresh Krishna   Deva   12.01.1995  
145.   Peddarayudu   Telugu   Raviraj P   Koti   15.06.1995  
146.   Aatank Hi Aatank   Hindi   Dilip Sankar   Bappi Lahari   04.08.1995  
147.   Muthu   Tamil   K.S.Ravikumar   A.R.Rahman   23.10.1995  
148.   Bhagyadevta   Bengali   Raghu Ram   Burman Brothers   23.12.1995  
149.   Arunachalam   Tamil   Sunder.C   Deva   10.04.1997  
150.   Padayappa   Tamil   Ravikumar.K.S   A.R.Rahman   10.04.1999  
151.   Baba   Tamil   Suresh Krishna   A.R.Rahman   15.08.2002  
152. Chandramukhi Tamil P.Vasu Vithiyasagar 14.04.2005
153. Sivaji Tamil Shankar A.R. Rahman 15.06.2007
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