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Other names  Rangaraj
Years active  1978–present
Occupation  Actor, producer
Children  Sibiraj, Divya Subbaiah
Name   Rangaraj Subbaiah
Height  1.88 m
Role  Film actor

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Full Name  Rangaraj Subbaiah
Born  3 October 1954 (age 68) (1954-10-03) Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India
Spouse(s)  Maheswari (m.1979–present)
Movies  Baahubali: The Beginning, Oru Naal Iravil, Mirchi, Amaidhi Padai, Chennai Express

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Rangaraj Subbaiah (born 3 October 1954), known by his stage name Sathyaraj, is an Indian film actor and media personality who has predominantly appeared in Tamil films. He started his career in villainous roles and later played lead roles. He has acted in over 200 films, including Telugu, Malayalam, Hindi and Kannada films. He met with success from his lead performances Vedham Pudhithu (1987), Nadigan (1990), Amaidhi Padai (1994), and the Tamil Nadu government-sponsored film Periyar (2007). He also received acclaim for supporting roles in Nanban (2012), Raja Rani (2013), and his role as Karikala Kattappa Nada in the two-part epic, Baahubali. He was also the director of the film Villadhi Villain (1995), starring himself in three different roles.

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In 2011, he had a brief career as a television host for the game show Home Sweet Home on STAR Vijay. He has also served as a brand ambassador for Pothys and Kumaran Jewelry Shop.

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Early life

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Sathyaraj was born as Rangaraj on 3 October 1954 to Subbaiyan and Nathambal, with two younger sisters, namely Kalpana Mandradiar and Roopa Senapathy (wife of Dr. Periannan Senapathy). He is an ardent fan of M. G. Ramachandran. Sathyaraj completed his primary school education in St Mary's Convent school, Coimbatore and later studied for tenth standard from Suburban High School, Ramnagar, Coimbatore. He went to Government Arts College, Coimbatore for a Bachelor of Science degree in Botany.

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Sathyaraj's dream was to become a film actor, but his mother was against it and forbid him to join cinema. In 1976, in spite of his mother’s opposition, he left Coimbatore to enter the Tamil film industry based in Kodambakkam, Chennai.

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Sathyaraj entered the film industry after witnessing the shooting of the film Annakili, where he met actor Sivakumar and producer Thiruppur Manian. He joined the drama troupe of Komal Swamynathan. Sathyaraj 's first film in a credited role as an actor was Sattam En Kaiyil, in 1978 where he played a henchman to the main villain played by Thengai Srinivasan in the film. Later he worked as production manager for the film Kannan Oru Kaikkuzhanthai. In addition to his managerial role, he also had a small acting part in the film. His first film as the leading hero in Tamil was Saavi in 1985, which was a box-office success but his character was negative one. He acted in around 75 films from 1978 to the 1985 till films like Kaakki Sattai, Vikram (1986) starring Kamal Hassan, most of which featured Sathyaraj in antagonist roles.

1978–1985

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In his early career between 1978 and 1982 the negative roles he played were often henchman to the main villain M. N. Nambiar and other villains and his role would be minuscule while the main lead was Sivaji Ganesan, Jai shankar, Kamal Hassan or Rajinikanth. His college friend Manivannan directed Sathyaraj for the first time in the Tamil film January 1 in 1984 where Sathyaraj had a supporting role. Manivannan directed Sathyaraj in around 25 films from 1984 to 2013 and of them 18 had Sathyaraj as the main lead. His screen space as a villain increased after Irupatthi Naalu Mani Neram (1984) directed by Manivannan, in which Sathyaraj's role was on par with that of lead actor Mohan. His acting skills in the film were noticed by many and he became famous among Tamil film audience. Sathyaraj also felt that his villainous roles in Nooravathu Naal and Anbin Mugavari, both again directed by Manivannan, had better footage than that of Vijayakanth's and Mohan's. Sathyaraj started receiving offers to act as the hero in Tamil films from 1985. Directors were reluctant to cast him as the protagonist as his second film as a lead actor, Iravu Pookkal (1985) was not a success. Most of the films he was part of were of action genre in this period.

1986–1988

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In the 1986 film Kadalora Kavithaigal, he played the lead romantic role and Behindwoods said "Sathyaraj broke his image of an action hero and came up with a rollicking performance. He is the real star of the film." He received appreciation for playing his role in Mr. Bharath (1986), which revolved around the conflict between father, played by Sathyaraj and son (Rajinikanth). Sathyaraj acted as Rajinikanth's father in the film though he was in fact 4 years younger to Rajinikanth. Manivanan being friends with Sathyaraj kept casting him in pivotal roles in his directorial ventures regularly showcasing different emotions from Sathyaraj in films like Vidinja Kalyanam, Palaivana Rojakkal and Muthal Vasantham. After Kadalora Kavithaigal, Sathyaraj had box-office hits as the lead hero between 1986 and 1988 like Kadamai Kanniyam Kattupaadu, Makkal En Pakkam, Mandhira Punnagai in which he had dual roles, Poovizhi Vasalile, En Bommukutty Ammavuku, Chinappadas and Annanagar Mudhal Theru. Manivanan from 1987 onwards started casting Sathyaraj in positive roles and their combination had box office hits like Jallikkattu, Chinna Thambi Periya Thambi, Ganam Kortaar Avargale, Chinnappadas in this period. Sathyaraj received the Best Tamil Actor award in Filmfare Awards South for his performance in Vedham Pudhithu (1987).

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In Needhiyin Nizhal (1985), which featured Prabhu in the lead role, Sathyaraj had a minuscule supporting role and played second fiddle to the main villain M.N.Nambiar, but by 1988 Sathyaraj had established himself as a leading actor and in Chinna Thambi Periya Thambi, in which Prabhu and Sathyaraj were cast in the starring role, Prabhu’s character played second fiddle to Sathyaraj’s character. He played a bi-spectacled leading man in commercially successful Ganam Courtaar Avargaley and his performance was critically acclaimed and established him as a versatile actor.

1989–1999

His 99th film was Dravidan and 100th film was Vaathiyaar Veettu Pillai but the latter fared better at the box-office. After 1988 he had very few unsuccessful film like Jeeva, Madurai Veeran Enga Saami, Pangali, Magudam, Kattalai in this period as he became selective of choosing his roles as main lead hero. In 90’s he attempted more films of comedy and action genre and occasionally did romantic films. Many of them were commercially successful like Velai Kidaichuduchu, Airport, Veera Padakam, Nadigan, Pudhu Manithan, Rickshaw Mama, Walter Vetrivel, Thai Maaman and Azhagarsamy. Sathyaraj played a dual role as father and son in the box-office hit Amaidhi Padai which is considered among his best performances. With regard to the film, he has stated, "I have no words for that film, as it took me to the next level as an actor". He also told that he almost did not sign up for the film as it was a negative character and he had moved away from negative roles and "gained some respectability with films such as Poovizhi Vaasalile, Vedham Pudhidhu and Walter Vetrivel". After Thai Maaman became successful in 1994, the same team of Sathyaraj and director Guru Dhanapal decided to do their next venture Maaman Magal in 1995 which was also a moderate hit. He directed his first film in 1995, Villadhi Villain, which had him in three distinct roles and it was a successful project.

His pairing opposite actress Kushboo and Meena became popular in this decade. The box-office hits of the pair Kushboo-Sathyaraj include Nadigan, Rickshaw Mama, Bramma, Kalyana Galatta, Malabar Police, Suyamvaram, Unnai Kann Theduthey whereas Thozhar Pandian, Veeranadai of the pair were not successful at box-office. The on-screen pair of Sathyaraj-Meena together had average grossers like Thai Maman, Maman Magal, Valal and later in 2003 with Aalukkoru Aasai. His chemistry with actors Goundamani, Senthil has been well received and appreciated by the public and hence they have appeared in many movies together since the Vaazhkai Sakkaram in 1990 to Thangam in 2008.

2000–2009

The year 2000 proved to be unsuccessful for Sathyaraj. 4 films between 2000–01 Puratchikaaran, Veeranadai, Aandan Adimai and comedy film Looty were failures while his commercially successful films were P. Vasu's comedy film Asathal, Sundar C.s Unnai Kann Theduthey and G.Sai Suresh's Kunguma Pottu Gounder. As many new young actors like Ajith Kumar, Vijay, Madhavan who debuted in the 1990s had established themselves successfully by 2000 and others like Jeeva, Srikanth made their mark in the mid-2000s and also since Sathyaraj had been using wigs since 1985 in films as he had begun losing hair since then, critics felt Sathyaraj’s career as solo lead actor may end by 2000. Sathyaraj re-invented himself as a hero with the 2002 film Maaran and as a romantic hero in Vivaramana Aalu and with his performance in the comedy film Aalukkoru Aasai in 2003. Sathyaraj and director Shakthi Chidambaram’s combination gave 3 consecutive films, Ennama Kannu, Maha Nadigan and Englishkaran. Ennama Kannu was a super hit. Few films like Sena, Ramachandra, Alagesan, and Gowravargal received negative reviews in this decade. He co-starred with his son Sibiraj for the first time in Jore which was average. Bizhat described "It's interesting to watch the father – son combination together in Jore. Sathyaraj then acted with his son in 3 more films Mannin Maindhan, Vetrivel Sakthivel and Kovai Brothers, in which they two were seen ad brothers. In 2007, he produced a Tamil film Lee starring his son which was critically acclaimed.

Films in the 2000s with Sathyaraj in the lead role that fared well at the box office were 6'2, Vanakkam Thalaiva, his 170th film Kurukshetram (2006), Periyar and Thangam. He received the Vijay Award for Best Actor for Onbadhu Roobai Nottu in 2007 and was also nominated for his performance in Periyar in the same year, in which he portrayed the life of social reformer and rationalist Periyar E. V. Ramasamy. About the role he said, "I myself being a rationalist, I found it easy to portray his character on screen. His principles and ideologies, like fighting for women’s liberation and untouchability, have influenced me to a great extent".

2010–present

He accepted pivotal supporting roles in Tamil films like Aayiram Vilakku, Uchithanai Muharnthaal, Nanban, Thalaivaa and Raja Rani. In Nanban he played a college professor and won the Best Supporting Actor awards at the Filmfare, Vijay and SIIMA ceremonies, while in Thalaivaa,Raja Rani, Mirchi and Chennai Express he played father characters. Sathyaraj and Manivannan worked together a last time in Nagaraja Cholan MA, MLA, which was Manivannan's 50th and last directorial venture before his death. A sequel to Amaidhipadai, it was also the 200th film of Sathyaraj and became a box office bomb.

He ventured into Telugu cinema after long time as a supporting actor in Sankham in 2009 and later did Mirchi in 2012, both of which were successful. He also entered Malayalam cinema with Aagathan in 2009. He played the critically acclaimed role of Kattappa in Baahubali: The Beginning (2015) and has reprised the role in the sequel, Baahubali: The Conclusion (2017).

In 2015, at the age of 60, the media and public at large rechristened him as Kattappa, as he received nationwide popularity for his role in India's biggest motion picture Baahubali: The Beginning. Since the time he made his debut as junior artiste as a 24 years old, he had been wanting to do a historical or a folklore film and it was his long cherished dream. He quoted in an interview in 2015, "I am a great fan of MGR who is popular in folklore films, like NTR in Telugu movies. My dream of doing a folklore at 24 has been realised at 60 through Rajamouli. I played Rajinikant’s father when I was 31 and Rajini was 35, so I never cared for age..it never mattered to me."

Personal life

Sathyaraj is married to Maheswari in 1979, niece of producer Madhampatti Sivakumar and the couple have a daughter Divya and son Sibiraj. His son, Sibiraj, is also an actor. He is an atheist.

Sathyaraj and Manivannan shared a close friendship since college and became frequent collaborators in notable films in Tamil cinema. The Hindu wrote "His (Manivannan's) friendship with actor Sathiyaraj translated to several memorable moments on screen. Manivannan...along with Sathyaraj epitomised on screen what is colloquially known in Tamil as ‘nakkal’ (snideness)". According to Behindwoods.com, Manivannan (as the director) and Sathyaraj had 12 consecutive hit films together beginning from 1987 to 1994: Jallikattu, Chinna Thambi Periya Thambi, Ganam Kortaar Avargale, Manidhan Marivittan, Ullathil Nalla Ullam, Vazhkkaichakkaram, Pudhu Manithan, Therku Theru Machan, Government Mappillai and Amaidhi Padai. About working with Manivannan he has said, that it "is a pleasure. There’s no script, no dialogue sheet. It’s all in his head. But, he extracts great performances". Sathyaraj and Manivannan also acted together in several films directed by other directors.

Sathyaraj was also personally close to Manivannan. He said, "I still reminisce about the beautiful moments that I had with...Manivannan, a genius of a person. In fact, he is the one who taught me many things in life, and changed me, I became a good human from being just an actor. Every day, we used to have conversations over the phone on a wide range of topics. It was a 30-year relationship. No one could understand me the way he did". Manivannan died in 2013 and Sathyaraj has said that just 24 hours before his death they had discussed their next project and that he had him narrated him a story.

Awards and nominations

Won
  • 1987 – Filmfare Best Actor Award (Tamil) for Vedham Pudhithu
  • 1990 – Tamil Nadu State Film Award Special Prize for Nadigan
  • 1991 – Kalaimamani Award from the Government of Tamil Nadu
  • 1995 – Tamil Nadu State Film Honorary Award (M.G.R Award)
  • 2007 – Tamil Nadu State Film Award Special Prize for Periyar
  • 2007 – Periyar Award for his role in the film Periyar
  • 2007 – Honorary Doctorate from Sathyabama University
  • 2007 – Vijay Award for Best Actor for Onbadhu Roobai Nottu
  • 2012 – Vijay Award for Best Supporting Actor for Nanban
  • 2013 – Filmfare Best Supporting Actor Award (Tamil) for Raja Rani
  • 2015 – Vikatan Award Best Supporting Actor for Baahubali
  • 2015 – IIFA Utsavam Award Best Supporting Actor for Baahubali
  • Filmography

    Actor
    -
    Angaaragan (announced)
    -
    Jackson Durai: The Second Chapter (filming)
    -
    Lady Superstar 75 (filming)
    -
    Rowdy Baby (filming)
    -
    Valli Mayil (filming)
    -
    Weapon (filming) as
    Mithran
    2023
    Zebra (filming)
    -
    Ajayante Randam Moshanam (post-production)
    2023
    Singapore Saloon (post-production)
    -
    Khaki (completed)
    2020
    Sathyaraj in Emergency (completed)
    -
    Otta
    2023
    Theerkadarishi as
    Dass
    2023
    Waltair Veerayya as
    Satyamurthy
    2022
    My Perfect Husband (TV Series)
    2022
    Connect as
    Arthur Samuel
    2022
    Meet Cute (TV Series) as
    Mohan Rao
    - Old is Gold (2022) - Mohan Rao
    2022
    Love Today as
    Venu Shastri
    2022
    Prince as
    Ulaganaathan
    2022
    Pakka Commercial as
    Suryanarayana
    2022
    Veetla Vishesham as
    Unnikrishnan
    2022
    Radhe Shyam as
    Paramahamsa
    2022
    Etharkkum Thunindhavan as
    Aadhirayar
    2022
    1945
    2021
    1945
    2021
    Theerpugal Virkapadum as
    Dr. Nalan Kumar
    2021
    MGR Magan
    2021
    Tughlaq Durbar as
    Nagaraja Chozhan (Amavasai)
    2020
    Pramugar
    2019
    Thambi as
    Gnanamoorthy
    2019
    Prati Roju Pandaage as
    Raghu Ramayya
    2019
    Jersey as
    Murthy
    2018
    Kanaa as
    Murugesan
    2018
    Nota as
    Mahendran
    2018
    Echarikkai as
    K. Nataraj
    2018
    Kadaikutty Singam as
    Perunazhi Ranasingam
    2018
    Chain Jayapal
    2017
    Kalavaadiya Pozhudhugal
    2017
    Mersal as
    DCP Rathnavel (Randy) (as Satyaraj)
    2017
    Baahubali 2: The Conclusion as
    Kattappa (as Sathya Raj)
    2017
    Motta Shiva Ketta Shiva as
    Kirubakaran IPS
    2016
    Hyper as
    Narayana Murthy
    2016
    Jackson Durai as
    Durai
    2016
    Brahmotsavam as
    Chantibabu
    2016
    Gethu as
    Sethu's Father
    2016
    Nenu Sailaja as
    Srinivas
    2015
    Tungabhadra
    2015
    Oru Naal Iravil as
    Sekar
    2015
    Baahubali: The Beginning as
    Kattappa
    2015
    Lailaa O Lailaa as
    Shaheed Khadar
    2015
    Isai as
    Vetriselvan
    2014
    Poojai as
    ASP Sivakkozhundhu
    2014
    Sigaram Thodu as
    Chellappa
    2014
    Kalavaram
    2013
    Raja Rani as
    James
    2013
    Varuthapadatha valibar sangam as
    Sivanandi
    2013
    Chennai Express as
    Durgeshwara 'Durgesh' Azhagusundaram (Meenamma's father)
    2013
    Thalaivaa as
    Anna
    2013
    Nagaraja Cholan MA, MLA.
    2013
    Mirchi as
    Deva (as Satya Raj)
    2012
    Nanban as
    Virumandi Santhanam
    2011
    Uchithanai Muharnthaal as
    Nadesan
    2011
    Aayiram Vilakku as
    Lingam
    2011
    Vengayam as
    Guest Role
    2011
    Sattapadi Kutram as
    Subash Chandrabose
    2010
    Guru Sishyan as
    Teacher with money
    2010
    Gowravargal as
    Thondaiman
    2010
    Irandu Mugam as
    Sarveswaren
    2010
    Pollachi Mappillai as
    Singalappa
    2010
    Aagathan as
    General Hareendranath Varma
    2009
    Sankham as
    Sivaiah
    2009
    Kencha
    2009
    Quick Gun Murugun: Misadventures of an Indian Cowboy (as Satyaraaj)
    2008
    Lakshmi Putrudu as
    Lakshmi Narayana, the real father of Prabhu
    2008
    Vambu Sandai as
    Jeevanantham
    2008
    Thangam
    2007
    Namaste Guruva
    2007
    Onbadhu Roobai Nottu as
    Madhava Padayachi
    2007
    Kannamoochi Yenada as
    Arumugam Gounder
    2007
    Manikanda (as Satya Raj)
    2007
    Periyar as
    Periyar E. V. Ramasamy
    2007
    Adavadi as
    Bharat
    2006
    Kovai Brothers
    2006
    Vetrivel Sakthivel as
    Vetrivel
    2006
    Kurukshetram
    2006
    Suyetchai MLA
    2005
    6'2
    2005
    Englishkaran as
    Tamizharasu
    2005
    Vanakkam Thalaiva
    2005
    Iyer I.P.S. as
    Iyer
    2004
    Adi Thadi
    2004
    Jore
    2004
    Maha Nadigan
    2004
    Azhagesan as
    Azhagesan
    2004
    Sema Ragalai
    2004
    Ek Kahar
    2003
    Aalukkoru Aasai as
    Arivazhagan
    2003
    Sena
    2003
    Military
    2003
    Naya Barood
    2002
    Vivaramana Aalu as
    Mayilsamy
    2001
    Kunguma Pottu Gounder
    2001
    Aandan Adimai as
    Sivaraman
    2001
    Looty as
    Rasappa / Jeeva / English Kuppan
    2000
    Ennama Kannu
    2000
    Puratchikkaaran
    2000
    Unnai Kann Theduthey
    2000
    Veera Nadai
    2000
    Vallal
    1999
    Suyamvaram as
    Arunachalam
    1999
    Azhagarsamy
    1999
    Malabar Police
    1999
    Ponnu Veetukkaran
    1998
    Kalyana Galatta as
    Rajagopalan
    1997
    Pagaivan
    1996
    Sivasakthi as
    Siva
    1996
    Senathipati as
    Senathipathi Tehevar / Sethupathi
    1995
    Maman Magal
    1995
    Villathi villain as
    Edison / Meenatchi Sundara Sasthiriyaar / Poo (Kannan)
    1994
    Thozhar Pandiyan as
    Pandian
    1994
    Vandicholai Chinnarasu
    1994
    Amaidhi Padai as
    Thangavelu / Nagaraja Cholan
    1994
    Ek Hatyara
    1993
    Airport
    1993
    Kattalai
    1993
    Walter Vetrivel
    1993
    Udanpirappu as
    Sathya
    1992
    Pangaali as
    Sakthivel & Durai
    1992
    Ricksha Mama as
    Raja
    1992
    THIRUMATHI PALANISAMY as
    Palanisamy
    1991
    Brahma
    1991
    Pudhu Manithan
    1991
    Ek Aur Dharmatma
    1990
    Mallu Vaetti Minor
    1990
    Nadigan
    1990
    Velai Kidaichiruchu as
    Pazhanisaamy
    1990
    Madurai Veeran Engasami as
    Mathivanan / Sakthivel
    1990
    Ulagam Piranthathu Enakkaga as
    Raja / Quarter Govindan (dual role)
    1990
    Vaazhkai Chakkaram as
    Thangavelu
    1989
    Chinnappadhaas
    1989
    Pick Pocket
    1989
    Vaadyaar Veettu Pillai as
    Thangaraj
    1989
    Thaai Naadu
    1988
    Annanagar Mudhal Theru
    1988
    En Bommukutty Ammavukku
    1988
    Pudhiya Vanam
    1988
    Jeeva
    1987
    Aalappirandhavan
    1987
    Anjatha Singam
    1987
    Chinna Thambi Periya Thambi
    1987
    Ini Oru Sudhanthiram as
    Guest Appearance
    1987
    Jallikkattu
    1987
    Manathil Uruthi Vendum
    1987
    Muthukkal Moondru
    1987
    Poovizhi Vasalile
    1987
    Vedam Puthithu as
    Balu Thevar
    1987
    Kadamai Kanniyam Kattupaadu as
    Balram
    1987
    Makkal En Pakkam as
    Samraj
    1987
    Vilangu as
    Guest Appearance
    1986
    Kadaikan Paarvai
    1986
    Kadaikan Parvai
    1986
    Kadolara Kavithaigal
    1986
    Karimedu Karuvaayan
    1986
    Mandhira Punnagai as
    Dr.Baskar / D.S.P.Arunachalam
    1986
    Murattu Karangal as
    Kabali
    1986
    Muthal Vasantham as
    Kunguma Pottu Kounder
    1986
    Palaivana Rojakkal as
    Sabarathinam
    1986
    Raja Nee Vaazhga
    1986
    Rasigan Oru Rasigai
    1986
    Vidinja Kalyanam
    1986
    Dharmam
    1986
    Vikram as
    Sugurthuraj
    1986
    Mr. Bharath as
    Ingeniur Gopinath
    1985
    Aagaya Thamaraigal
    1985
    Anbin Mugavari
    1985
    Anni
    1985
    Chain Jaypal
    1985
    Darja Donga
    1985
    Eetti
    1985
    Erimalai
    1985
    Geethanjali
    1985
    Iravu Pookkal as
    Former Policeman
    1985
    Kaarimedu Karuvayan
    1985
    Kaaval
    1985
    Kadamani Enathu Udamani
    1985
    Khooni
    1985
    Muthal Mariyathai as
    Ponnatha's Former Lover
    1985
    Pattuchelai
    1985
    Pillai Nila as
    Convio Venom
    1985
    Shabash Vikram as
    Jeeva
    1985
    Thiramai
    1985
    Veli
    1985
    Jappanil Kalyanaraman as
    Narendran
    1985
    Saavi as
    Vijaykumar
    1985
    Arthamulla Asaigal
    1985
    Mangamma Sabatham as
    Boppathy
    1985
    Sri Raghavendra as
    Maqbool Khan (Nawab of Adoni)
    1985
    Pagal Nilavu as
    Devarajan
    1985
    Neethiyin Nizhal as
    Nagaraj
    1985
    Naan Sigappu Manithan as
    Mohanraj
    1985
    Kaakki Sattai as
    Vicky
    1985
    Raman Sreeraman as
    Shankar
    1985
    Santhosha Kanavukal
    1984
    Chiranjeevi
    1984
    Irupatthi Naalu Mani Neram
    1984
    Janavari Onnu
    1984
    Naalai Unathu Naal
    1984
    Nichayam
    1984
    Nooravathu Naal
    1984
    Sattathai Thiruthungal
    1984
    Unga Veetu Pillai
    1984
    Enakkul Oruvan as
    Rajadurai
    1984
    Thambikku Entha Ooru
    1984
    Naan Mahaan Alla as
    Jagan
    1983
    Panjami
    1983
    Pookkal Vidum Thoodhu
    1983
    Sandhippu
    1983
    Thangaikor Geetham
    1983
    Urangatha Ninaivugal
    1983
    Paayum Puli as
    Thug
    1982
    Hitler Umanath
    1982
    Nayakarin Magal
    1982
    Theerpugal Thirutha Padalam
    1982
    Nadodi Raja
    1982
    Pagadai Panirendu
    1982
    Moondru Mugham as
    Dhadi
    1981
    Aaniver
    1980
    Raman Parasuraman
    1979
    Mudhal Iravu
    1979
    Enippadigal as
    Muthu
    1978
    Kannan Oru Kai Kuzhandhai
    1978
    Sattam En Kaiyil as
    Dicky
    Producer
    2014
    Beware of Dags (producer)
    2007
    Lee (producer)

    References

    Sathyaraj Wikipedia