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Name  T. Sundaram
Role  Film actor
Died  August 30, 1963, Chennai

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Full Name  Tiruchengodu Ramalingam Sundaram
Born  1907Salem,Tamil Nadu, India
Occupation  Actor, director, producer
Awards  Certificate of Merit for Second Best Feature Film in Malayalam
Movies  Alibabavum 40 Thirudargalum, Manthiri Kumari, Kandam Becha Kottu, The Thief of Bagdad, Sarvadhikari
Similar People  Ellis R Dungan, P U Chinnappa, G Ramanathan, T S Balaiah, Kali N Rathnam

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Tiruchengodu Ramalingam "T. R." Sundaram (16 July 1907 – 30 August 1963) was an Indian film actor, director, and producer. He is the founder of the Salem-based movie production company The Modern Theatres Ltd.

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Early life

Mr.T.R.Sundaram was born in 1907 in Coimbatore to a wealthy textile merchant and had his studies in India and in Leeds, England, where he graduated in textile engineering. On returning to India, Mr.T.R.Sundaram managed his family business. After the production of the first Tamil talkie Kalidas in 1931, the movie industry emerged as a profitable means of investment. Sundaram set up Angel Pictures in Salem and produced movies along with S. S. Velayutham.

Film career

Mr.T.R.Sundaram split with Velayutham after a few years and set up his own production company The Modern Theatres Ltd. The first film produced under the banner of Modern Theatres was Sathi Ahalya in 1937. The next year in 1938, Mr.T.R.Sundaram produced the Malayalam talkie Balan. He was instrumental in giving MGR his first major solo box office hit in Manthirikumari. It catapulted MGR to greater name and fame.They followed it up with Sarvadhikari which became highest grosser in 1951.

Awards

National Film Awards
  • 1961: Certificate of Merit for Second Best Feature Film in Malayalam - Kandam Becha Kottu
  • References

    T. R. Sundaram Wikipedia


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