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Thengai Srinivasan

Thengai Srinivasan (21 October 1937 – 9 November 1987) was an Indian actor who appeared in Tamil-language films and plays from the 1960s to the 1980s. He was given the prefix Thengai (coconut) after his role as a coconut-seller in the play Kal Manam. Although originally a comedian, he also performed in other genres and enacted several lead and antagonistic roles.

Thengai Srinivasan
Born
Srinivasan
(1937-10-21)21 October 1937
Tamil Nadu, India
Died9 November 1987(1987-11-09) (aged 50)
Karnataka, India
OccupationActor, comedian
Years active1965–1987
Spouse(s)Lakshmi (till his death)
Children3
RelativesYogi (grandson)
Shrutika (granddaughter)
Adithya Shivpink (grandson)

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Srinivasan was born to Rajavel Mudaliar (Chennai) and Subammal (Srivaikuntam in Tuticorin district) on 21 October 1937. He had two sisters. When he was seven years old, his family moved to Chennai. Srinivasan's father was an artist who staged several plays and it was his influence which stimulated Srinivasan's interest in an acting career.

After school, Srinivasan joined the Integral Coach Factory in Chennai and later started his theatrical career in the Railway Dramatic Club. Srinivasan's first stage appearance was in his father's drama Galatta Kalyanam. Srinivasan was also part of the troupe of K. Kannan and portrayed a coconut vendor in one of his plays Kal Manam. Comedian K. A. Thangavelu upon watching the play, announced he should be called Thengai (coconut) Srinivasan thereafter.

Srinivasan's first feature film was the mystery thriller Oru Viral in 1965. The film, which saw him playing a detective, was a financial success. Srinivasan was, however, supposed to make his feature film debut in Iravum Pagalum (1965) that marked the acting debut of Jaishankar, but was dropped after distributors raised concerns about two newcomers being featured in the lead roles. He and Jaishankar nonetheless would become close friends later and Srinivasan was featured in almost 80 per cent of Jaishankar's early films.

Srinivasan mostly enacted the role of a comedian or a sidekick. Notable roles in his subsequent career include that of a fake Swami and that of an idealistic industrialist in the cult comedy films Kasethan Kadavulada and Thillu Mullu, respectively. In 2013, Forbes India included his performance in Thillu Mullu, along with that of Rajinikanth in the same film, in its list of the "25 Greatest Acting Performances of Indian Cinema". Srinivasan also played antagonistic roles; one of which was that of a blackmailing photographer in S. P. Muthuraman's Mayangukiral Oru Maadhu.

He played the lead in Vaali's play Sri Krishna Vijayam, which was later made into a feature film named Kaliyuga Kannan. The makers originally intended to cast Sivaji Ganesan in the role, but Ganesan, being impressed by Srinivasan's performance in the play, suggested that Srinivasan may be retained for the film version. Kaliyuga Kannan went on to become a high commercial success and is considered one of Srinivasan's most notable films. Other films featuring Srinivasan in the lead role were Nandri Karangal, Sri Ramajayam, Porter Ponnusami and Adukku Malli, which was a box office success. In 1987, Srinivasan produced the film Krishnan Vandhaan with Sivaji Ganesan in the lead. The film did not fare well and got him into deep financial trouble.

When Srinivasan went to Bangalore, Karnataka to attend the rituals following his aunt's death, he suffered a brain haemorrhage. Despite intensive treatment, he died on 9 November 1987. His body was brought to his house at Ramasamy Street in Gopalapuram, Chennai. His death was marked by tributes from film fans and industry insiders alike.

Srinivasan was married to Lakshmi. The couple have two daughters – Geethalakshmi and Rajeshwari – and a son, Shivshankar. Geethalakshmi's son Yogi has acted in films such as Azhagiya Asura (2006) and Sivi (2007), and Shivshankar's daughter Shrutika also appeared in a few Tamil films during the 2000s. Shivshankar's son Adithya Shivpink is also an actor, having starred in films featuring Rajinikanth since 2018.

This is a partial filmography. You can expand it.

1960s

1970s

Year Film Role Notes
1970 Maanavan Mayandi
1970 En Annan
1970 Paadhukaappu
1970 Engal Thangam
1970 Namma Veetu Deivam
1970 Penn Deivam
1970 Engirundho Vandhaal
1970 Enga Mama
1970 Anadhai Anandhan
1970 CID Shankar
1971 Meendum Vazhven
1971 Rickshawkaran
1971 Annai Velankanni
1971 Uttharavindri Ulle Vaa Dr. Swamynathan, Sarasa's father
1971 Sumathi En Sundari
1971 Justice Viswanathan
1971 Then Kinnam
1971 Neerum Neruppum
1971 Arunodhayam
1972 Kasethan Kadavulada Appaswamy
1972 Naan Yen Pirandhen
1972 Velli Vizha
1972 Mappillai Azhaippu
1972 Jakkamma
1972 Karunthel Kannayiram
1972 Pillaiyo Pillai
1972 Kadhalikka Vanga
1972 Nalla Neram
1972 Pillaiyo Pillai
1972 Dheivam
1973 Baghdad Perazhagi
1973 Pattikaattu Ponnaiya
1973 Alaigal
1973 Komatha En Kulamatha
1973 Kasi Yathirai
1973 Thedi Vandha Lakshmi
1973 Ulagam Sutrum Valiban
1973 Maru Piravi
1973 Deivakulanthaigal
1973 School Master
1973 Kattila Thottila
1973 Ponvandu
1973 Amman Arul
1973 Manipayal
1974 Kaliyuga Kannan Sambu Iyer
1974 Kai Niraya Kaasu
1974 Prayaschitham
1974 Athaiya Mamiya
1974 Thaai Piranthal
1974 Roshakari
1974 Doctoramma
1974 Naan Avanillai
1974 Engamma Sapatham
1974 Panathukkaga
1974 Vairam
1974 Sirithu Vazha Vendum
1974 Netru Indru Naalai
1974 Ungal Viruppam
1974 Avalum Penn Thaane
1974 Ippadiyum Oru Penn
1975 Pallandu Vazhga
1975 Idhayakkani
1975 Pattikkaattu Raja 'Meyvakku' Meganathan
1975 Ninaithadhai Mudippavan
1975 Thangathile Vairam
1975 Thiruvarul
1975 Enga Pattan Sothu
1975 Andharangam
1975 Uravukku Kai Koduppom
1975 Karotti Kannan
1975 Mayangukiral Oru Maadhu
1975 Aayirathil Oruthi Kabalishwaran
1976 Annakili
1976 Lalitha
1976 Mayor Meenakshi
1976 Akka (film)
1976 Uzhaikkum Karangal
1976 Dasavatharam
1976 Athirshtam Azhaikkirathu
1976 Kumaara Vijayam
1976 Nee Oru Maharani
1976 Kaalangalil Aval Vasantham
1976 Muthana Muthallavo
1976 Mayor Meenakshi
1976 Bhadrakali
1976 Needhikku Thalaivanangu
1977 Aattukara Alamelu
1977 Aasai Manaivi
1977 Uyarndhavargal
1977 Indru Pol Endrum Vaazhga
1977 Meenava Nanban
1977 Chakravarthy
1977 Murugan Adimai
1977 Avar Enakke Sontham
1977 Navarathinam
1977 Aadu Puli Attam
1977 Palabishegham
1978 Madhuraiyai Meetta Sundharapandiyan
1978 Vaazha Ninaiththaal Vaazhalaam
1978 Shri Kanchi Kamakshi Devotee
1978 Thyagam
1978 General Chakravarthi
1978 Varuvan Vadivelan
1978 Oru Nadigai Natakam Parkiral
1978 Vaazhkai Alaigal
1978 Andaman Kadhali
1978 Sadhurangam
1978 Ullathil Kuzhanthaiyadi
1978 Rudhra Thaandavam
1978 Thanga Rangan
1978 Vatathukkul Chadhuram
1978 Pilot Premnath
1978 Sakka Podu Podu Raja
1978 Vanakkatukuriya Kathaliye
1978 Justice Gopinath Bhadrachalam
1978 Sonnadhu Nee Thanaa
1978 Priya
1978 Kaatrinile Varum Geetham
1979 Annai Oru Aalayam
1979 Dharma Yuddham Robert
1979 Anbae Sangeetha
1979 Thaayillamal Naan Illai
1979 Kavari Maan
1979 Kalyanaraman Kittu
1979 Porter Ponnusami
1979 Thirisoolam
1979 Nallathoru Kudumbam
1979 Naan Vazhavaippen
1979 Pattakkathi Bhairavan
1979 Imayam
1979 Vetrikku Oruvan
1979 Gnana Kuzhandhai
1979 Sri Ramajayam
1979 Aarilirindhu Aruvathu Varai
1979 Neela Malargal Kathavarayan Pillai

1980s

Year Film Role Notes
1980 Billa J.J
1980 Anbukku Naan Adimai
1980 Rishi Moolam
1980 Ratha Paasam
1980 Vishwaroopam
1980 Dharma Raja
1980 Jamboo
1980 Yamanukku Yaman Chitragupta
1980 Devi Dharisanam
1980 Avan Aval Adhu
1980 Maria My Darling
1980 Varumayin Niram Sivappu Rangan
1981 Thee
1981 Meendum Kokila Nattuvanar
1981 Ram Lakshman
1981 Ellam Inba Mayyam
1981 Savaal
1981 Kadal Meengal
1981 Garjanai
1981 Kalthoon
1981 Kazhugu
1981 Thillu Mullu Sri Ramachandramurthy
1981 Tik Tik Tik Lakshmi Narayanan
1981 Ellam Inba Mayyam
1982 Auto Raja
1982 Azhagiya Kanne
1982 Ranga
1982 Kanne Radha
1982 Oorukku Oru Pillai
1982 Puthukavithai
1982 Nandri, Meendum Varuga
1982 Adhisayappiravigal
1982 Oorum Uravum
1982 Vasandhathil Or Naal
1982 Mul Illatha Roja
1982 Paritchaikku Neramaachu
1982 Thaai Mookaambikai
1982 Sakalakala Vallavan Sundaram
1982 Rani Theni Thulasilingum
1982 Nenjangal
1982 Moondru Mugam Ramanathan
1983 Saranalayam
1983 Thai Veedu
1983 Miruthanga Chakravarthi
1983 Indru Nee Nalai Naan
1983 Sivappu Sooriyan
1983 Apoorva Sahodarigal
1983 Thanga Magan
1984 Nooravathu Naal
1984 Nalla Naal
1984 Thiruppam
1984 Komberi Mookan
1984 Chiranjeevi
1984 Alaya Deepam
1984 Vaazhkai
1984 Kai Kodukkum Kai
1984 Osai
1984 Neengal Kettavai
1984 Ezhuthatha Sattangal
1984 Ninaivugal
1984 Kuva Kuva Vaathugal
1984 Sarithira Nayagan
1985 Chain Jayapal
1985 Kaakki Sattai
1985 Arthamulla Aasaigal
1985 Udaya Geetham
1985 Deivapiravi
1985 Aduthathu Albert
1985 Thendrale Ennai Thodu
1985 Andha Oru Nimidam
1985 Unnai Thedi Varuven
1985 Anthasthu
1985 Sri Raghavendrar
1985 Padikkadavan
1985 Pillai Nila
1985 Chain Jayapal
1986 Yaaro Ezhuthiya Kavithai
1986 Naan Adimai Illai
1986 Viduthalai
1986 Mandhira Punnagai
1986 Oomai Vizhigal
1986 Mel Maruvathoor Arpudhangal
1986 Kulirkaala Megangal
1986 Kodai Mazhai
1986 Anandha Kanneer
1987 Paruva Ragam
1987 Rettai Vaal Kuruvi
1987 Muthukkal Moondru
1987 Krishnan Vandhaan
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Thengai Srinivasan
Thengai Srinivasan Language Watch Edit 160 160 Redirected from Yogi Srinivasan Thengai Srinivasan 21 October 1937 9 November 1987 was an Indian actor who appeared in Tamil language films and plays from the 1960s to the 1980s He was given the prefix Thengai coconut after his role as a coconut seller in the play Kal Manam Although originally a comedian he also performed in other genres and enacted several lead and antagonistic roles 1 Thengai SrinivasanBornSrinivasan 1937 10 21 21 October 1937 Tamil Nadu IndiaDied9 November 1987 1987 11 09 aged 50 Karnataka IndiaOccupationActor comedianYears active1965 1987Spouse s Lakshmi till his death Children3RelativesYogi grandson Shrutika granddaughter Adithya Shivpink grandson Contents 1 Early life 2 Career 3 Death 4 Personal life 5 Filmography 5 1 1960s 5 2 1970s 5 3 1980s 6 References 7 Bibliography 8 External linksEarly life EditSrinivasan was born to Rajavel Mudaliar Chennai and Subammal Srivaikuntam in Tuticorin district on 21 October 1937 1 2 He had two sisters When he was seven years old his family moved to Chennai Srinivasan s father was an artist who staged several plays and it was his influence which stimulated Srinivasan s interest in an acting career 1 3 After school Srinivasan joined the Integral Coach Factory in Chennai and later started his theatrical career in the Railway Dramatic Club 3 2 Srinivasan s first stage appearance was in his father s drama Galatta Kalyanam 1 Srinivasan was also part of the troupe of K Kannan and portrayed a coconut vendor in one of his plays Kal Manam Comedian K A Thangavelu upon watching the play announced he should be called Thengai coconut Srinivasan thereafter 3 4 Career EditSrinivasan s first feature film was the mystery thriller Oru Viral in 1965 5 The film which saw him playing a detective was a financial success 5 Srinivasan was however supposed to make his feature film debut in Iravum Pagalum 1965 that marked the acting debut of Jaishankar but was dropped after distributors raised concerns about two newcomers being featured in the lead roles He and Jaishankar nonetheless would become close friends later and Srinivasan was featured in almost 80 per cent of Jaishankar s early films 2 Srinivasan mostly enacted the role of a comedian or a sidekick Notable roles in his subsequent career include that of a fake Swami and that of an idealistic industrialist in the cult comedy films Kasethan Kadavulada and Thillu Mullu respectively 2 3 In 2013 Forbes India included his performance in Thillu Mullu along with that of Rajinikanth in the same film in its list of the 25 Greatest Acting Performances of Indian Cinema 6 Srinivasan also played antagonistic roles one of which was that of a blackmailing photographer in S P Muthuraman s Mayangukiral Oru Maadhu 2 He played the lead in Vaali s play Sri Krishna Vijayam which was later made into a feature film named Kaliyuga Kannan The makers originally intended to cast Sivaji Ganesan in the role but Ganesan being impressed by Srinivasan s performance in the play suggested that Srinivasan may be retained for the film version Kaliyuga Kannan went on to become a high commercial success and is considered one of Srinivasan s most notable films 2 Other films featuring Srinivasan in the lead role were Nandri Karangal Sri Ramajayam Porter Ponnusami and Adukku Malli which was a box office success 7 In 1987 Srinivasan produced the film Krishnan Vandhaan with Sivaji Ganesan in the lead The film did not fare well and got him into deep financial trouble 2 Death EditWhen Srinivasan went to Bangalore Karnataka to attend the rituals following his aunt s death he suffered a brain haemorrhage 2 Despite intensive treatment he died on 9 November 1987 1 8 His body was brought to his house at Ramasamy Street in Gopalapuram Chennai His death was marked by tributes from film fans and industry insiders alike 1 2 Personal life EditSrinivasan was married to Lakshmi The couple have two daughters Geethalakshmi and Rajeshwari and a son Shivshankar 2 Geethalakshmi s son Yogi has acted in films such as Azhagiya Asura 2006 and Sivi 2007 9 and Shivshankar s daughter Shrutika also appeared in a few Tamil films during the 2000s 10 Shivshankar s son Adithya Shivpink is also an actor having starred in films featuring Rajinikanth since 2018 11 12 Filmography EditThis is a partial filmography You can expand it 1960s Edit Year Film Role Notes1965 Oru Viral CID officer 1 1966 Vallavan Oruvan1967 Kadhalithal Podhuma1967 Raja Veetu Pillai Singaram1967 Sabash Thambi1967 Ethirigal Jakkirathai1968 Ethir Neechal1968 Muthu Chippi1968 Oli Vilakku1968 Moondrezhuthu1968 Kannan En Kadhalan1969 Naangu Killadigal1969 Nirai Kudam1969 Akka Thangai1969 Kanne Pappa1969 Kuzhandai Ullam1969 Sivandha Mann1969 Aindhu Laksham1969 Nam Naadu Kuppuswamy1970s Edit Year Film Role Notes1970 Maanavan Mayandi1970 En Annan1970 Paadhukaappu1970 Engal Thangam1970 Namma Veetu Deivam1970 Penn Deivam1970 Engirundho Vandhaal1970 Enga Mama1970 Anadhai Anandhan1970 CID Shankar1971 Meendum Vazhven1971 Rickshawkaran1971 Annai Velankanni1971 Uttharavindri Ulle Vaa Dr Swamynathan Sarasa s father1971 Sumathi En Sundari1971 Justice Viswanathan1971 Then Kinnam1971 Neerum Neruppum1971 Arunodhayam1972 Kasethan Kadavulada Appaswamy 3 1972 Naan Yen Pirandhen1972 Velli Vizha1972 Mappillai Azhaippu1972 Jakkamma1972 Karunthel Kannayiram1972 Pillaiyo Pillai1972 Kadhalikka Vanga1972 Nalla Neram1972 Pillaiyo Pillai1972 Dheivam1973 Baghdad Perazhagi1973 Pattikaattu Ponnaiya1973 Alaigal1973 Komatha En Kulamatha1973 Kasi Yathirai1973 Thedi Vandha Lakshmi1973 Ulagam Sutrum Valiban1973 Maru Piravi1973 Deivakulanthaigal1973 School Master1973 Kattila Thottila1973 Ponvandu1973 Amman Arul1973 Manipayal1974 Kaliyuga Kannan Sambu Iyer 13 1974 Kai Niraya Kaasu1974 Prayaschitham1974 Athaiya Mamiya1974 Thaai Piranthal1974 Roshakari1974 Doctoramma1974 Naan Avanillai1974 Engamma Sapatham1974 Panathukkaga1974 Vairam1974 Sirithu Vazha Vendum1974 Netru Indru Naalai1974 Ungal Viruppam1974 Avalum Penn Thaane1974 Ippadiyum Oru Penn1975 Pallandu Vazhga1975 Idhayakkani1975 Pattikkaattu Raja Meyvakku Meganathan1975 Ninaithadhai Mudippavan1975 Thangathile Vairam1975 Thiruvarul1975 Enga Pattan Sothu1975 Andharangam1975 Uravukku Kai Koduppom1975 Karotti Kannan1975 Mayangukiral Oru Maadhu1975 Aayirathil Oruthi Kabalishwaran1976 Annakili1976 Lalitha1976 Mayor Meenakshi1976 Akka film 1976 Uzhaikkum Karangal1976 Dasavatharam1976 Athirshtam Azhaikkirathu1976 Kumaara Vijayam1976 Nee Oru Maharani1976 Kaalangalil Aval Vasantham1976 Muthana Muthallavo1976 Mayor Meenakshi1976 Bhadrakali1976 Needhikku Thalaivanangu1977 Aattukara Alamelu1977 Aasai Manaivi1977 Uyarndhavargal1977 Indru Pol Endrum Vaazhga1977 Meenava Nanban1977 Chakravarthy1977 Murugan Adimai1977 Avar Enakke Sontham1977 Navarathinam1977 Aadu Puli Attam1977 Palabishegham1978 Madhuraiyai Meetta Sundharapandiyan1978 Vaazha Ninaiththaal Vaazhalaam1978 Shri Kanchi Kamakshi Devotee1978 Thyagam1978 General Chakravarthi1978 Varuvan Vadivelan1978 Oru Nadigai Natakam Parkiral1978 Vaazhkai Alaigal1978 Andaman Kadhali1978 Sadhurangam1978 Ullathil Kuzhanthaiyadi1978 Rudhra Thaandavam1978 Thanga Rangan1978 Vatathukkul Chadhuram1978 Pilot Premnath1978 Sakka Podu Podu Raja1978 Vanakkatukuriya Kathaliye1978 Justice Gopinath Bhadrachalam 14 1978 Sonnadhu Nee Thanaa1978 Priya1978 Kaatrinile Varum Geetham1979 Annai Oru Aalayam1979 Dharma Yuddham Robert 15 1979 Anbae Sangeetha1979 Thaayillamal Naan Illai1979 Kavari Maan1979 Kalyanaraman Kittu1979 Porter Ponnusami1979 Thirisoolam1979 Nallathoru Kudumbam1979 Naan Vazhavaippen1979 Pattakkathi Bhairavan1979 Imayam1979 Vetrikku Oruvan1979 Gnana Kuzhandhai1979 Sri Ramajayam1979 Aarilirindhu Aruvathu Varai1979 Neela Malargal Kathavarayan Pillai1980s Edit Year Film Role Notes1980 Billa J J 16 1980 Anbukku Naan Adimai1980 Rishi Moolam1980 Ratha Paasam1980 Vishwaroopam1980 Dharma Raja1980 Jamboo1980 Yamanukku Yaman Chitragupta 17 1980 Devi Dharisanam1980 Avan Aval Adhu1980 Maria My Darling1980 Varumayin Niram Sivappu Rangan1981 Thee1981 Meendum Kokila Nattuvanar1981 Ram Lakshman1981 Ellam Inba Mayyam1981 Savaal1981 Kadal Meengal1981 Garjanai1981 Kalthoon1981 Kazhugu1981 Thillu Mullu Sri Ramachandramurthy 18 1981 Tik Tik Tik Lakshmi Narayanan 19 1981 Ellam Inba Mayyam1982 Auto Raja1982 Azhagiya Kanne1982 Ranga1982 Kanne Radha1982 Oorukku Oru Pillai1982 Puthukavithai1982 Nandri Meendum Varuga1982 Adhisayappiravigal1982 Oorum Uravum1982 Vasandhathil Or Naal1982 Mul Illatha Roja1982 Paritchaikku Neramaachu1982 Thaai Mookaambikai1982 Sakalakala Vallavan Sundaram1982 Rani Theni Thulasilingum1982 Nenjangal1982 Moondru Mugam Ramanathan 20 1983 Saranalayam1983 Thai Veedu1983 Miruthanga Chakravarthi1983 Indru Nee Nalai Naan1983 Sivappu Sooriyan1983 Apoorva Sahodarigal1983 Thanga Magan1984 Nooravathu Naal1984 Nalla Naal1984 Thiruppam1984 Komberi Mookan1984 Chiranjeevi1984 Alaya Deepam1984 Vaazhkai1984 Kai Kodukkum Kai1984 Osai1984 Neengal Kettavai1984 Ezhuthatha Sattangal1984 Ninaivugal1984 Kuva Kuva Vaathugal1984 Sarithira Nayagan1985 Chain Jayapal1985 Kaakki Sattai1985 Arthamulla Aasaigal1985 Udaya Geetham1985 Deivapiravi1985 Aduthathu Albert1985 Thendrale Ennai Thodu1985 Andha Oru Nimidam1985 Unnai Thedi Varuven1985 Anthasthu1985 Sri Raghavendrar1985 Padikkadavan1985 Pillai Nila1985 Chain Jayapal1986 Yaaro Ezhuthiya Kavithai1986 Naan Adimai Illai1986 Viduthalai1986 Mandhira Punnagai1986 Oomai Vizhigal1986 Mel Maruvathoor Arpudhangal1986 Kulirkaala Megangal1986 Kodai Mazhai1986 Anandha Kanneer1987 Paruva Ragam1987 Rettai Vaal Kuruvi1987 Muthukkal Moondru1987 Krishnan VandhaanReferences Edit a b c d e f g Majordasan Potpourri of titbits about Tamil cinema Thengai Srinivasan Kalyanamalai Archived from the original on 11 October 2016 Retrieved 1 September 2011 a b c d e f g h i j Raman Mohan V 20 October 2012 He walked tall in tinsel town The Hindu Archived from the original on 11 October 2016 Retrieved 26 March 2013 a b c d e Guy 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