|Full Name Suman Talwar|
Spouse Sirisha Talwar
Years active 1977 - Present
Children Akilaja Prathyusha
|Name Suman Talwar|
Other names Kevin Sumunt
Role Film actor
|Born 28 August 1959 (age 56) (1959-08-28) Mangalore, Karnataka, India|
Parents Susheel Chander, Kesari Chander
Movies Gabbar is Back, Rudhramadevi, Sivaji, Naa Alludu, Abbai Gari Pelli
Suman (born Suman Talwar in Mangalore) is an Indian film actor from Karnataka, India, known for his work predominantly in Telugu cinema. He was one of the most prominent stars of Telugu cinema during the 1980s. He has also played the roles of Gods like Venkateswara, Shiva, and Rama in Telugu. Suman has also starred in Tamil, Malayalam, and Kannada films. He enacted the historic character Pazhayamveedan Chandhu Nambiar in the biopic Pazhassi Raja.
Suman started his career in the role of a police officer in the Tamil movie Neechal Raram (1977) produced by T.R.Rammanna. Then he appeared in Tamil film Thee (1981) where he played a sincere police officer. In more than 3 decades, he acted more than 150 films as a hero in Telugu, Tamil, Kannada, Odia and English language films. He returned to acting by playing the villain in the Tamil films Sivaji and Kuruvi. He was cast as the main antagonist in the Malayalam movie Sagar alias Jacky. He won Nandi Award for Best Actor for the film Bava Bavamaridi. Suman is also starred in the Hollywood film Death And Taxis.
Actor suman speaks about his blue film controversy dark shade prasthanam hmtv
Born in Mangalore, to a Tuluva community, his family later moved to Chennai where he did his schooling from The Besant Theosophical High School, Chennai and B.A. in English Literature. His mother, Kesari Chandra, was the Principal of the Ethiraj College for women in Chennai. His father, Susheel Chandra, worked for I.O.C. Chennai. His mother tongue is Tulu. Suman learnt music and Sanskrit from H.A.S. Shastri.
He was one of the prominent actors of the Tamil and Telugu screens, earning Rs 5 lakh per film and completely booked up to the end of 1988.And then, suddenly, the bubble burst. On the night of 18 May, police arrived at Suman's house, seized some pornographic video tapes and arrested Suman. The charge against him, of course, was far more serious than the mere illegal possession of a few blue films.Suman was arrested on the basis of far more offensive complaints filed by three young girls claiming that he had abducted, raped and forced them to act in blue films. Overnight, the hero of the film industry became its blackest villain. Later all these allegations were proved to be false in Tamil Nadu court