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Kamal Haasan

Kamal Haasan, born on November 7, 1954, in Paramakudi, Tamil Nadu, India, is a versatile Indian actor, director, producer, screenwriter, and lyricist known for his work primarily in the Tamil and Hindi film industries. He began his acting journey as a child artist in the 1959 Tamil film "Kalathur Kannamma" and later made his debut as a lead actor in "Apoorva Raagangal" (1975).

Haasan's career has spanned over five decades, during which he has appeared in over 200 films in various languages, including Tamil, Telugu, Hindi, Malayalam, Kannada, and Bengali. His performances in films like "Nayagan," "Moondram Pirai," "Pushpaka Vimana," and "Indian" have been widely acclaimed, earning him several awards, including four National Film Awards and 19 Filmfare Awards.

Kamal Haasan
In addition to his acting career, Kamal Haasan is well-known for his filmmaking abilities. He has directed and produced several critically acclaimed films such as "Hey Ram," "Virumaandi," and "Vishwaroopam." His directorial ventures have been praised for their innovative storytelling and bold themes.

In addition to his contributions to the entertainment industry, Kamal Haasan is also a philanthropist and has supported various social causes through his charitable organization, the Kamal Haasan Foundation. Moreover, he has been actively involved in politics and founded the Makkal Needhi Maiam (MNM) party in 2018 with a vision to bring about positive change in Tamil Nadu's politics.

Haasan's impact extends beyond the silver screen. He has also hosted several television shows, including "Bigg Boss Tamil" and "Bigg Boss Malayalam," showcasing his versatility and charisma across different mediums.

Here is a list of Kamal Haasan's films and his roles:

- "Kalathur Kannamma" (1960) as Selvam
- "Nayagan" (1987) as Sakthivel Naicker (Velu)
- "Moondram Pirai" (1982) as Srinivasan (Seenu)
- "Pushpaka Vimana" (1987) as an Unemployed graduate
- "Indian" (1996) as Senapathy and Chandrabose
- "Virumaandi" (2004) as Virumaandi Thevar
- "Vishwaroopam" (2013) as Wisam Ahmed Kashmiri
- "Dasavathaaram" (2008) in multiple roles including Govindarajan Ramaswamy, Rangarajan Nambi, Christian Fletcher, Balram Naidu, Krishnaveni, Vincent Poovaragan, Khalifulla Khan, Avatar Singh, Shinghen Narahashi, George W. Bush
- "Hey Ram" (2000) as Saket Ram

Kamal Haasan's contribution to Indian cinema and society at large has made him a revered figure in the country's cultural landscape.