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Silambarasan Rajendar (Tamil : சிலம்பரசன் ராஜேந்தர்) (Born February 3, 1983 (age 24)), is a prominent Tamil film actor, film director, playback singer and song writer. Silambarasan is known fondly by his fans as Simbhu and Little Super Star. His Mother Tongue is Tamil.

Film career

Silambarasan acted in Tamil films as a child artist in projects like Monisha En Monalisa, Shabash Babu, Rajadi Rajavan, and Thiruvalla in minor roles. His debut in movies as a hero came in the form of Kaadhal Azhivathillai, a Tamil language movie also debuting Charmi, a popular Telugu actress. The film was highly hyped but the film flopped at the box-office and it was followed by Dhum and Kuthu with Rakshitha and Divya Spandana respectively. These films also flopped at the box-office and criticism was heaped on Silambarasan for his self-acclaimed title of Little Superstar and his deliberate copying of actions which were normally used by the Tamil superstar, Rajinikanth.

Alai with Trisha Krishnan followed, it became his first film to run over 50 days at a cinema but once again he faced controversy due to some scenes between Trisha Krishnan and himself. His next film, Kovil with Sonia Agarwal was an average grosser at the box-office. Silambarasan then took a year's break to concentrate on Manmadhan project, he wrote the screenplay for. The film starred Jyothika, Mandira Bedi and Yana Gupta opposite him and the film became a runaway triumph at the box-office breaking many records especially in Madurai and it ran for 275 days in Kollywood. The film earned rave reviews and changed many peoples' minds about Silambarasan's career. His next film, Thotti Jaya also was a hit, in which he had paired with Gopika. For Thotti Jaya he sported a black beard in the role of an orphaned gangster who finds love.

In 2006, Saravana was released. After the success of Manmadhan, he paired up with Jyothika to act in the film directed by K.S. Ravikumar. The film was a huge flop instead of being released with Paramasivan and Aadhi, it eventually ran for 5 days. Silambarasan decided to turn director in Vallavan. It was released on Diwali 2006 and starred him opposite Nayantara, Reema Sen and Sandhya.

Filmography
  • Maavadu
  • Silambattam
  • Kettavan
  • Kaalai
  • Vallavan
  • Saravana
  • Thotti Jaya
  • Manmadhan
  • Kovil
  • Alai
  • Kuthu
  • Dhum
  • Kadhal Azhivathillai
Television Controversy

Silambarasan (simbhu) who was called to judge a dance programme Jodi No.1 Season 2 on Vijay TV , where the participants are none other than tv artists themselves where the programme is held for weeks. Programme dated on 6th october, simbhu asked Prithvi(participant who is also a cinema actor) to know why was he was angry as he knew that he mentioned that he didn't perform well earlier in that round. When Prithvi refused to talk, simbhu provoked him to talk, which made Prithvi say that simbhu was using the situation to get some footage of himself. This made simbhu to leave the show. But soon he was recalled by the remaining participants. simbhu broke into tears and fellow participants started supporting simbhu. Later Prithvi was dropped out of the show as the show rules state that 'Once a participant leaves the stage/set before the judges, he forgives his chance of participating in the show.

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