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Silambarasan Thesingu Rajendar Prasad (credited as Silambarasan, Simbu, or S. T. R.)[4] is an Indian film actor, director and playback singer in the Tamil film industry. He began his career by playing roles as a child artist in films directed by his father T. Rajendar,[5] before his first lead role in Kadhal Azhivathillai (2002), under his father’s direction and produced by his mother Usha Rajendar.

Silambarasan made his acting debut as a child artist in 1984 and acted in his father T. Rajendar’s Uravai Kaatha Kili, in which he acted in a friendly appearance.

He further acted in his father`s movies, including Thai Thangai Paasam, Oru Vasantha Geetham, En Thangai Kalyani, Enga Veetu Velan, Monisha En Monalisa, Oru Thayin Sabhatham, Samsara Sangeetham, Shanti Enathu Shanti, Pettredutha Pillai, Thiruvalla and Sabash Babu. In Samsara Sangeetham, Silambarasan danced to a song singing “I am a Little Star, Aaaven Naan Super Star”. Simbu New Song About Women

Silambarasan played his first protaginist role in Kadhal Azhivathillai (2002) directed by his father.The movie had an average run,despite his father`s involvement in this film. His second film was Dhum (2002), which loosely based on Jagannadh’s 2002 Kannada film Appu starring Puneet Rajkumar, had mixed reviews but a good run at the theatres. His release in 2003 was Alai,which marks the first collabration of Simbu and Trisha, was a box office flop. This film remains the only unsuccessful film in the career of director Vikram Kumar till date. Simbu New Song About Women

Silambarasan had three releases in 2004. The first of three was Kovil.This film, which deals with the relationship between a Hindu boy and a Christian girl, had mixed reviews, but Simbhu was praised due to his “restraint and matured”performance.[7] It was a box office hit. After this, Silambarasan acted in a movie called Kuththu,[8] which is a remake of the Telugu film Dil.The movie opened with mixed reviews, and did average in theatres. His final release in 2004 was Manmadhan,[9] which had good reviews.The movie described as a good thriller.[10] This movie has been written by himself. He also co-wrote the dialogues.

In Thotti Jaya Silambarasan played the role of an orphaned gangster who finds love. This movie was described by the critics as realistic.[11] In 2006, he starred in Saravana, directed by K. S. Ravikumar.

He next starred and directedVallavan (2006), as well as writing the story, screenplay and co-dialogue for the film. The movie opened with mostly negative reviews. Despite this, it had decent collections, due its opening.

In 2008, he starred in the action masala film Kaalai,which was a flop.[12] Later that year, he appeared in another action masala film Silambattam. Simbu New Song About Women

In 2010, his film Vinnaithaandi Varuvaayaa directed and written by Gautham Menon became a Tamil ‘cult classic’ film.[13] Director K. Balachander in an open letter called Silambarasan’s performance as his best in his career.[14] The following year he appeared in two films.In early 2011, he appeared in the multi-starrer Vaanam [15] as Cable Raja,a poor youngster. Malathi Rangarajan from The Hindu called it a significant film in his career.[16] Later that year, his next release was Osthe[17] in which Silambarasan played a police officer,had a decent box office run.After a delay of three years,Podaa Podi released on 13 November 2012, and became a hit. After sabbatical of three years, he acted in Vaalu which released on 14 August 2015 with mixed reviews, followed by Idhu Namma Aalu in 2016. Simbu New Song About Women