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    Prakash Raj’s Birthday Special: Five Unforgettable Tamil Characters Reflecting His Acting Versatility

    One of the most well-known actors in the South, Prakash Raj, maintains his career by giving outstanding performances in Telugu and Tamil movies. The renowned actor has appeared in a variety of roles and shared the screen with many popular heroes. Today marks the amiable and well-liked actor’s 59th birthday, and social media is ablaze with birthday greetings for the cherished celebrity. Here are five parts played by the talented actor in Tamil that demonstrate his versatility and success in a variety of films.

    A politician in ‘Iruvar’

    In Mani Ratnam’s film “Iruvar,” Prakash Raj played the role of a politician. The movie is inspired by the lives of two prominent Tamil Nadu politicians, K. Karunanithi and MGR. Prakash Raj’s portrayal on screen gave him the aura of a genuine politician. The film’s success at the box office further enhanced the actor’s prominence. Additionally, he received the National Award for Best Supporting Actor for his exceptional performance.

    Ruthless gangster in ‘Ghilli’

    In the action thriller “Ghilli,” Prakash Raj portrayed a vicious criminal opposing Vijay. He played the same role in both the original Telugu film “Okkadu” and its Tamil remake. However, after his performance against Vijay in “Ghilli” garnered attention, he was cast in numerous villainous roles in Tamil films.

    A calm villain in ‘Vasool Raja MBBS’

    Prakash Raj portrayed the antagonist in the Kamal Haasan film “Vasool Raja MBBS,” marking a new role for the actor. Previously known for his incredible performances, Prakash Raj dazzled fans with his portrayal. He depicted a meek villain who doesn’t engage in physical combat but captivates the audience through his dialogue delivery. His performance earned him considerable praise from the audience.

    A joyous friend in ‘Mozhi’

    In Radha Mohan’s film ‘Mozhi,’ Prakash Raj chose to portray the friend of the main character following a string of villainous parts. In the movie “Mozhi,” Prakash Raj portrayed Prithviraj’s friend, and his portrayal of a cheerful and encouraging friend made people envious of having a friend like him. Prakash Raj was the recipient of the Tamil Nadu State Award for his outstanding performance.

    A friendly father in ‘Abhiyum Naanum’

    Having forged a close relationship with director Radha Mohan on ‘Mozhi,’ Prakash Raj took on a paternal role in the latter’s next film, ‘Abhiyum Naanum’. In the film, which depicted a father and daughter relationship, Prakash Raj portrayed Trisha’s father and showed the anguish and love that a father has for his daughter. However, this time Prakash Raj won the audience’s hearts rather than winning any awards.

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