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Vadivelu is an Indian film actor, comedian and playback singer. Since the 1990s, he has performed in supporting and lead roles as a comedian in Tamil films where he is renowned for his slapstick comedies. His dialogues have become a part of Tamil lexicon and he is widely considered to be one of the greatest comedians in the history of Tamil Cinema.
While having worked in more than 200 films, Vadivelu received awards in the Best Comedian category for his performances in Kaalam Maari Pochu (1996), Vetri Kodi Kattu (2000), Thavasi (2001), Chandramukhi (2005), Imsai Arasan 23m Pulikesi (2006), Marudhamalai (2007) and Kathavarayan (2008). His immense popularity led to his media-coined nickname, Vaigai Puyal, meaning “the storm from the Vaigai River which flows through his hometown Madurai.
He ran away from his village at the age 13 due to his father’s scoldings. He first worked in an oil mart, then in a private wine shop as a waiter and then landed up in drama where he started developing his skills.He made his debut with Oru Koyil Iru Dheepangal (1979) though he officially his first film was Ithikkara Pakki which released in 1980. He slowly entered the Tamil film industry in small characters and finally landed in a good role in the film Malayoor Mambattiyan. He has acted in many popular films with several of the leading actors and comedians in the south Indian cine industry. He usually appears in films with Goundamani in a slapstick double act. Together they have formed a comic pair in many Tamil films and was known as the Laurel and hardy of Tamil Cinema. Recently, Senthil has started acting in Tamil tele-serials.
S. S. Chandran (Tamil: எஸ். எஸ். சந்திரன்; died October 9, 2010) was a comedy actor, producer and politician from Tamil Nadu, India. He belonged to the All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam party and was a Member of the Parliament representing Tamil Nadu in the Rajya Sabha, the upper house of the Indian Parliament.