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M.R.Radha Comedy17

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Published on Jul 18, 2012

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Madras Rajagopala Radhakrishnan Naidu (b. 14 April 1907 - 17 September 1979), popularily known by his stagename M. R. Radha was an Indian film actor and politician. He was given the title of "Nadigavel" for his acting prowess. After a successful career on stage in his early years, he acted in films from the 1930s to the 1970s, and then, giving up films, he went back to his first love.Radha came out of his house at very earlier age due to his a fight with his mother as she refused to give him extra piece of fish to eat.Radha was a popular theatre artist who made more than 5000 stage shows. Starting at the age of 10, where he appeared in small roles, grew to a level that stories for dramas were custom made for him. Radha gained popularity with the success of his stage play Ratha Kanneer. When he acted in the film version of the play, he quickly gained star status. Ratha Kanneer gave Radha international recognition and an award. Recently, Ratha Kanneer has been remade by Upendra from Karnataka. Ratha Kaneer is his most famous work, and receieved acclaim by veteran actors Dev Anand, Amitabh Bachan and others, saying" that it was one of the most brilliant performances in Indian film history, and that no other actor could ever duplicate that role.
With his versatile acting, Radha played roles of both villains and comics. After the 1950s, film-makers created roles especially for him, and he often stole the limelight from other actors. He was an active member of the Dravidian movement, and was known for his atheistic views. Towards the end of his career, however, he started acting in Hindu devotional movies like Velum Mayilum Thunai. He often used to ridicule atheism in these movies.

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