Kamal Hassan Net Worth

Kamal Hassan Net Worth 2023: Wiki Biography, Married, Family, Measurements, Height, Salary, Relationships

Kamal Hassan net worth is
$100 Million

Kamal Hassan Wiki Biography

Kamal Hassan was born on 7th November 1954, in Paramakudi, Tamil Nadu, India, and is an award-winning Indian actor, director, producer, screenwriter, choreographer, dancer, lyricist, and philanthropist. His career in film spans over five decades, with notable entries such as “Aval Oru Thodar Kathai” (1974), “Moondram Pirai” (1983), “Nayagan” (1987), and “Dasavathaaram” (2008). He apparently chose his vocation early, appearing in his first film, “Kalathur Kannamma” (1960) when he was just four years old.

Have you ever wondered how rich Kamal Hassan is as of early 2017? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that Hassan’s net worth is as high as $100 million, earned through his successful career in various facets of the entertainment industry.

Kamal Hassan Net Worth $100 Million

Kamal Hassan was born intp a Tamil family, the youngest of four children. His father, D. Srinivasan, was a lawyer, while his mother, Rajalakshmi, was a housewife. In 2012, Kamal revealed that his birth name is actually Parthasarathy, a name by which only his mother used to refer to him; he has two older brothers and an older sister. His family moved to Madras after his primary school, so that his older siblings could pursue higher education. He debuted on film at the age of four, winning the President’s Gold Medal – Rashtrapathi Award for his role in “Kalathur Kannamma”.

Hasan’s acting career can be divided into three stages. The first stage is his early career as a child actor, lasting from 1959 to 1965. His notable roles from this period include a dual part, as Babu and Kumar in “Paarthaal Pasi Theerum” (1962), and his debut in the Malayalam film industry with “Kannum Karalum” (1962). The second stage was marked by his rise as a romantic movie lead, in films such as “Apoorva Raagangal” (1975), in which he played Prasanna, a young man in love with an older woman; for this role, he took home his first Filmfare Award in Tamil. He also portrayed a womanizer, Madhu in 1976 film “Manmatha Leelai”, which was considered scandalous for the time, but achieved the status of cult classic in later years. Another classic from this period is Maro Charitra (1978), which was also Kamal’s debut in a Telugu-language film. He reprised this role three years later, when the director K. Balachander remade the movie in Hindi as “Ek Duuje Ke Liye” (1981). All contributed considerably to his net worth.

As an actor, Kamal is both prolific and bold. Especially during the ‘70s, he filmed on average between ten and fifteen films per year. His roles are also very diverse, as he starred in romantic films, dramas, comedies, musicals, as well as horror and action movies. His roles ranged from dashing romantic leads to psychopathic killers, such as the one he portrayed in “Sigappu Rojakkal” (1978), for which he won his fourth Filmfare Award. Kamal holds the record as the actor with the most Filmfare Awards, nineteen in total, and for films in five different languages. Over the course of his fifty-two years long career, he has starred in over 200 films in all the major Indian languages – Hindi, Malayalam, Tamil, Telugu, and Kannada. His versatility, both in front and behind the camera, earned him the nickname “Universal Hero”. As one of the most recognizable Indian film stars, Kamal’s presence influenced box office success for many of his movies, which in turn increased his net worth significantly.

Parallel with his acting career, Kamal also worked as a scriptwriter, and later on as a director and producer. Most of the films he wrote went on to become cult classics, such as “Rajapaarvai” (1981), “Sathya” (1988), “Thevar Magan” (1992), “Kurudhippunal” (1995), and “Hey Ram” (2000). In 1981, he started his own production company, Raaj Kamal Films International, which produced and distributed many of his films. Kamal leads the company with the help of his brothers.

In his personal life, Kamal currently resides in Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India with his partner, Gautami Tadimalla. Kamal was previously married twice, to Vani Ganapathy (1978–1988) and Sarika (1988–2004), and has a daughter from each marriage. Kamal is known for his philanthropy, and views which often clash with traditional, conservative Indian society. He is a self-proclaimed atheist, with left-leaning political opinions. He promotes various causes, and is particularly devoted to helping children affected by HIV/AIDS and cancer.

Full NameKamal Haasan
Net Worth$100 Million
Date Of BirthNovember 7, 1954
Place Of BirthRamanathapuram, India
Height1.65 m
ProfessionFilm actor
EducationHindu Higher Secondary School
SpouseSarika (m. 1988–2004), Vani Ganapathy (m. 1978–1988)
ChildrenShruti Haasan, Akshara Haasan
ParentsRajalakshmi Srinivasan, D. Srinivasan
SiblingsCharuhasan, Nalini Raghu, Chandrahasan
PartnerGautami Tadimalla
AwardsNational Film Award for Best Actor, Padma Bhushan, Padma Shri, Filmfare Award for Best Actor – Tamil, Filmfare Award for Best Actor, Chevalier Sivaji Ganesan Award for Excellence in Indian Cinema, Filmfare Award for Best Actor – Telugu, Vijay Award for Favourite Hero, Kalaimamani, Filmfare Award...
NominationsFilmfare Award for Best Director – Tamil, Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actor, Vijay Award for Favourite Film, Vijay Award for Best Director, Zee Cine Award for Best Actor, Vijay Award for Best Male Playback Singer, IIFA Utsavam Award for Best Performance In A Leading Role - Male - Tamil, Kad...
MoviesKadhali Kadhali, Ithazhil Kathai, Punjai Undu, Vishwaroopam, Thevar Magan, Nayakan, Hey Ram, Guna, Dasavathaaram, Anbe Sivam, Apoorva Sagodharargal, Aalavandhan, Vettaiyaadu Vilaiyaadu, Moondram Pirai, Kuruthipunal, Pushpaka Vimana, Michael Madana Kama Rajan, Mahanadi, Endendigu, Avvai Shanmughi, Sa...
1Kamal Haasan has a unique distinction of sung song for 14 Music Composers.
2He is fluent in Tamil, English, Telugu, Hindi, Malayalam, Bengali, Kannada and French.
3Kamal Haasan happens to be the one and only Indian actor bagging more than 18 Filmfare awards.
Indian (1996)Rs. 40,000,000
1Strangely, one of the greatest rationalists of this world has been turned into a god: Buddha.
2I haven't got a degree. So, I've never stopped learning. When you get a degree, and wear that square hat with tassels on it, you think you've done it and you lean back. There is a certain amount of complacency that comes with achievement. What you perceive is achievement. When you don't, when you are insecure all the time, that's when you constantly forage for knowledge in the extra-mural dump.
3The closest I feel to is Dustin Hoffman who shares many of my paradoxes. Physical appearance to begin with.
4A London editor once told me that the best way to put news hounds off your scent is to lie inventively
1Dev Anand and Kamal Hasan were to do a film together titled Do Diwaane Pyar Ki, it was an outside production, but this film was shelved. It was to be made by Prakash Verma, who wrote the story of Loot Maar.
2Starred in the shelved film "Jigar" (1985).Starring Kamal Haasan, Vijeta Pandit.
3Starred in Krishna Shah's shelved project " TAJ" opposite Kareena Kapoor.The film was to be based on the Taj Mahal. The film folded up during the scripting process in 2000.
4Uncle to actor Gautam Kanthadai.
5When Anil Kapoor was approached for Taal, he suggested to Subhash Ghai that only Kamal Hassan suited the role.
6Rajkumar Santoshi wrote Ghayal and Ghatak for Kamal Hassan. Due to no producer's willing to back the film , he changed the star cast.
7His favorite actor is Nagesh. His other 3 favorite actors include Shivaji Ganesan, M.G. Ramachandran, Rajesh Khanna. He respected Genmini Ganesan immensely.
8Kamal Hasan became the first Indian actor to get a 1 crore as his salary for a single film in 1994. It was Rajesh Khanna who was alone the highest paid Indian actor in India from 1970-1987 and Amitabh shared the status of being highest paid Indian actor with Rajesh Khanna from 1980-87 and Kamal Hasan became alone the highest paid Indian actor from 1988-1998 and shares the same tag of highest paid Indian actor with Rajnikanth from 1999-2013.
9Former partner of actress/dancer Vani Ganpati.
10Did daredevil stunts for the film, Abhay (2001), where he did bungee jumping. Severely injured his back whilst filming.
11Met action superstar Jackie Chan for the first time, when the latter came to the audio launch of Hassan's latest thriller, Dasavatharam in April of 2008. Hassan confessed to have been a huge fan of Chan, and admitted at the audio launch that he had during his career, tried emulating Jackie Chan's stunts, resulting in 32 fractures to his body.
12Has acted in Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam, Bengali and Hindi films.
13Trained in the classical Indian dance form of Bharatanatyam.
14Seven movies that he has starred in have been sent to represent India in Oscars for Best foreign movie category, highest by any Indian.
15Gets his wife/girlfriend to do costumes for his films
16Has two daughters, Shruti Haasan and Akshara.
17Is a very very strong fan of Ilayaraja and always ropes him as the composer for all his home productions
18Is the only actor to have earned a Best Actor in a Leading Role award and a Best Actor in a Supporting Role nomination for the same movie (Saagar (1985)) at Filmfare Awards.
19On April 27 2002 Kamala Haasan was detained at Toronto airport and denied boarding his flight to L.A. because he had an Arab name/look and was considered a potential terrorist.
20Kamal's hobby is magic
21His innovative acting has earned him the title "the first, and perhaps the last, complete hero in Indian Cinema"


Idi Kathakaadu1979Johnny
Kalyanaraman1979Kalyana / Raman
Amara Prema1978
Chattam En Kaiyil1978
Ilamai Oonjal Aadukirathu1978
Maro Charithra1978Balu
Nizhal Nijamakirathu1978
Sommokadidhi Sokokadidhi1978Rangadu & Dr.Shekar
Thappitha Thala1978
Vayanadan Thampan1978Vayanadan Thampan
Vayasu Pilichindi1978
Aval Appadithaan1978Arun
Sigappu Rojakkal1978
Aadu Puli Atham1977
Kabita1977as Kamalahasan
Meethi Meethi Baatein1977
Naam Pirandha Maan1977
Ormakal Marikkumo?1977Chandrashekharan (as Kamalahaasan)
Satyavan Savithri1977
Velankanni Mathave1977Jesus Christ
Aaina1977Prem Kapoor (Special Appearance) (uncredited)
Pathinaru Vayathinile1977Chappani
Anthuleni Katha1976Arun
Idaya Malar1976
Manmatha Leelai1976Madhu
Moondru Mudichu1976
Oru Oodhappu Kan Simittugiradhu1976Ravi
Apoorva Raagangal1975Prasanna
Cinema Paithiyam1975
Malai Sooda Va1975
Melnattu Marumagal1975
Pattikatu Raja1975
Gumastavin Magal1974
Naan Avanillai1974
Vishnu Vijayam1974
Anbu Thangai1974
Sollathan Ninaikiren1973
Kanna Nalama1972
Kurathi Magan1972
Nootrukku Noor1971Student
Annai Velankanni1971
Ananda Jyoti1963
Parthal Pasi Theerum1962
Patha Kannikkai1962
Kalathur Kannamma1960
Mavoori Ammayi1960
Vishwaroopam 22015filmingVishwanathan / Wisam Ahmad Kashmiri
Papanasam2015Suyambu Lingam
Uttama Villain2015Uthaman / Manoranjan
Vishwaroopam2013Vishwanathan / Wisam Ahmed Kashmiri
Manmadhan Ambu2010Major. R. Mannar
Four Friends2010Kamal Hassan
Someone Like You2009Anonymous
The Ten Avatars2008Rangaraja Nambi / Govind Ramasaamy / The United States President / ...
The Smart Hunt2006Raghavan
Rama Shama Bhama2005Shama
Mumbai Xpress2005
Mumbai Xpress2005Avinash / Mumbai Express
Vasoolraja M.B.B.S2004Vasool Raja
Love is God2003Nallasivam
Pammal K. Sambandam2002Pammal K. Sambandham
Mahaan2002Kamal (as Kamala Hassan)
Paarthale Paravasam2001Guest appearance
Aalavandhan2001Nandhakumar / Major Vijayakumar
Thenali2000Tenali Soman
Hey Ram2000Saketh Ram
Kadhala Kadhala1998Lingam
Chachi 4201997Jaiprakash Paswan / Laxmi Godbhole (as Padmashri Kamal Haasan)
Avvai Shanmugi1996Pandyan / Avvai Shanmugi
Hindustani1996Senapathy / Chandra Bose
Cha Cha Charlee1996Cha Cha Charlee
Sathi Leelavathi1995Shaktivel
Subha Sankalpam1995Dasu
Kuruthipunal1995S. Adinarayanan (as Padmasree Kamal Haasan)
Magalir Mattum1994Boss from Head Office
The Chieftain's Son1992Shaktivelu
Indrudu Chandrudu1991Mayor Rayudu / Chandran
My Dear Marthandan1990Guest Appearance
Michael Madana Kamarajan1990Michael / Madan / Kameshwaran / ...
Mumbai Gang1990
The Hathkadi1990
Apoorva Sagodharargal1989Sethupathy / Appu / Raja
Appu Raja1989
Soora Samhaaram1988A V Pandian
Unnal Mudiyum Thambi1988Udhayamoorthi
Tere Pyar Ki Kasam1988
Kaadhal Parisu1987
Per Sollum Pillai1987
Vetri Vizha1987
The Love Chariot1987Unemployed graduate
Hello Hindustani1987
Naanum Oru Thozhilaali1986
Punnagai Mannan1986Chaplin Chellappa
Vikram1986/IArun Kumar Vikram
Andha Oru Nimidam1985
Kaakki Sattai1985
The Pearl1985Sivayya
Uyarntha Ullam1985
Dekha Pyar Tumhara1985Vishal 'Vishy'
Geraftaar1985Kishan Kumar Khanna
Oka Radha Iddaru Krishnulu1985
Khoon Ka Karz1985
Mangamma Sabatham1985
Aakhri Sangram1984Raja
Enakkul Oruvan1984
Jappanil Kalyanaraman1984
Oru Kaidhiyin Diary1984David - Shankar
Raaj Tilak1984Suraj
Yeh Desh1984Inpsector Mathur
Pyasa Shaitan1984
Yaadgaar1984Rajnath 'Raju'
Ek Nai Paheli1984Sandeep
Benkiyalli Aralida Hoovu1983
Poikkal Kuthirai1983
Sadma1983K. Somprakash 'Somu'
Sagara Sangamam1983Balakrishna
Thoongathey Tambi Thoongathey1983
Uruvavugal Maralam1983
Zara Si Zindagi1983Rakesh Kumar Shastri
Salangai oli1983Hero
Afsana Do Dilon Ka1982
Agni Sakshi1982
Maattuvin Chattangale1982
Sakala Kala Vallavan1982Velu / Sam
Yeh To Kamaal Ho Gaya1982Ratan Chander / Ajay Saxena
Allauddin and Wonderful Lamp1982
Dil Ka Sathi Dil1982
Sanam Teri Kasam1982Sunil Sharma (Sunny) (as Kamala Haasan)
Pyara Tarana1982
Moondram Pirai1982Srinivas / Seenu
Vazhve Mayam1982Raja (as Kamalhassan)
Gunehgar the Criminal1982
Meri Zanzeer1982
Simla Special1982
Aakali Rajyam1981
Ellaam Inbamayam1981
Kadal Meengal1981
Meendum Kokila1981
Prema Pichchi1981
Raaja Paarvai1981Blind Musician
Rama Lakshman1981
Thillu Mullu1981Cameo
Tik Tik Tik1981Dilip
Baap Bete1981
Do Dil Diwane1981
Ek Duuje Ke Liye1981S. Vasudevan 'Vasu'
Bombay Express1981
Mr & Mrs Malini Iyer1981
Maria My Darling1980/I
Ullasa Paravaigal1980
Varumayin Niram Sigappu1980
Alavuddinum Athbutha Vilakkum1979Alauddin
Andamaina Anubhavam1979
Azhiyatha Kolangal1979
Neela Malargal1979
Ninaithale Inikkum1979
Sigappukkal Mookuthi1979
Thayillamal Nannilai1979
Yerra Gulabi1979


Vishwaroopam 22015writer filming
Uttama Villain2015story and screenplay
Manmadhan Ambu2010
The Ten Avatars2008dialogue / story
Ramji Londonwaley2005original story - as Padmashree Kamal Haasan
Mumbai Xpress2005story
Mumbai Xpress2005Tamil dialogue / story
Nala Damayanthi2003story & screenplay
Love is God2003screenplay
Hey Ram2000
Biwi No. 11999story
Chachi 4201997screenplay
The Chieftain's Son1992

Music Department

Vishwaroopam 22015lyricist filming
Vishwaroopam2013lyricist / playback singer
The Ten Avatars2008playback singer
Pudhu Pettai2006playback singer
Mumbai Xpress2005playback singer
Virumandi2004playback singer
Thenali2000playback singer
Chachi 4201997playback singer: "Jago Gori"
Avvai Shanmugi1996playback singer
Sathi Leelavathi1995playback singer
Guna1992playback singer
The Chieftain's Son1992playback singer
Nayakan1987playback singer
Oka Radha Iddaru Krishnulu1985playback singer
Sadma1983playback singer
Antharangam1975playback singer


Vishwaroopam 22015producer filming
Mumbai Xpress2005producer
Mumbai Xpress2005producer
Nala Damayanthi2003producer
Hey Ram2000producer
Chachi 4201997producer
Magalir Mattum1994producer
The Chieftain's Son1992producer
Michael Madana Kamarajan1990producer
Apoorva Sagodharargal1989producer
Kadamai Kanniyam Kattupaadu1987producer
Raaja Paarvai1981producer


Uttama Villain2015performer: "Loveaa Loveaa", "Uttaman Introduction", "Saagaavaram", "Iraniyan Naadagam", "Mutharasan Kadhai", "Utthaman Kadhai" / writer: "Kaadhalaam Kadavul Mun", "Saagaavaram", "Iraniyan Naadagam", "Mutharasan Kadhai", "Utthaman Kadhai"
Vishwaroopam2013performer: "Thuppaki Engal Tholile" Tamil, "Unnai Kaanadhu Naan" Tamil, "Anu Vidhaiththa Boomiyile" Tamil, "Main Radha Tu Shaam" Hindi, "Koi Kahin" Hindi / writer: "Unnai Kaanadhu Naan" Tamil, "Anu Vidhaiththa Boomiyile" Tamil
The Ten Avatars2008performer: "Mukundha Mukundha"
Pudhu Pettai2006performer: "Neruppu Vaayinil"
Thenali2000performer: "Athini Sithini", "Injerungo Injerungo", "Alangatti Mazhai"
Chachi 4201997performer: "Jago Gori Chachi's Voice"
Suryaa: An Awakening1989lyrics: "Ek Nai Subah Ko"
Nayakan1987performer: "Thenpaandi Cheemayile"


Vishwaroopam 22015filming
Hey Ram2000
Chachi 4201997


Uttama Villain2015choreographer
Hey Ram2000choreographer
Chachi 4201997presenter
Aaina1977dances - as Kamalahasan


Enthiran2010very special thanks
Three Men Army1995thanks


Shades of Grey: The Cinema of K. BalachanderDocumentary announcedHimself
Celluloid Man2012DocumentaryHimself
Nala Damayanthi2003Himself
Tu Hi Mera Dil1996Himself
Mile Sur Mera Tumhara1988TV MovieHimself

Won Awards

2013Lifetime Achievement AwardBombay International Film Festival
2008Creative AwardTamil Nadu State Film Awards, IndiaBest ActorDasavatharam (2008)
2006Creative AwardTamil Nadu State Film Awards, IndiaBest ActorVettaiyaadu Vilaiyaadu (2006)
2004European Fantastic Film Festival Federation Asian AwardPuchon International Fantastic Film FestivalVirumandi (2004)
2001Filmfare Award - Tamil Film IndustryFilmfare Awards SouthBest ActorHey Ram (2000)
1998Filmfare AwardFilmfare AwardsBest StoryVirasat (1997)
1998Popular AwardZee Cine AwardsBest ComedianChachi 420 (1997)
1997Filmfare Award - Tamil Film IndustryFilmfare Awards SouthBest ActorIndian (1996)
1997Silver Lotus AwardNational Film Awards, IndiaBest ActorIndian (1996)
1996Cinema Express Award - Tamil Film IndustryCinema Express Awards, INBest ActorIndian (1996)
1996Filmfare Award - Tamil Film IndustryFilmfare Awards SouthBest ActorKuruthipunal (1995)
1996Creative AwardTamil Nadu State Film Awards, IndiaBest ActorIndian (1996)
1995Cinema Express Award - Tamil Film IndustryCinema Express Awards, INBest FilmKuruthipunal (1995)
1993Filmfare Award - Tamil Film IndustryFilmfare Awards SouthBest ActorThevar Magan (1992)
1993Silver Lotus AwardNational Film Awards, IndiaBest Feature Film in TamilThevar Magan (1992)
1992Cinema Express Award - Tamil Film IndustryCinema Express Awards, INBest FilmThevar Magan (1992)
1992Filmfare Award - Tamil Film IndustryFilmfare Awards SouthBest ActorGuna (1992)
1992Creative AwardTamil Nadu State Film Awards, IndiaBest ActorThevar Magan (1992)
1990Cinema Express Award - Tamil Film IndustryCinema Express Awards, INBest ActorMichael Madana Kamarajan (1990)
1990Filmfare Award - Tamil Film IndustryFilmfare Awards SouthBest ActorApoorva Sagodharargal (1989)
1990Filmfare Award - Tamil Film IndustryFilmfare Awards SouthBest FilmApoorva Sagodharargal (1989)
1989Cinema Express Award - Tamil Film IndustryCinema Express Awards, INBest FilmApoorva Sagodharargal (1989)
1989Creative AwardTamil Nadu State Film Awards, IndiaBest ActorApoorva Sagodharargal (1989)
1988Silver Lotus AwardNational Film Awards, IndiaBest ActorNayakan (1987)
1987Cinema Express Award - Tamil Film IndustryCinema Express Awards, INBest ActorNayakan (1987)
1986Filmfare AwardFilmfare AwardsBest ActorSaagar (1985)
1983Filmfare Award - Tamil Film IndustryFilmfare Awards SouthBest ActorMoondram Pirai (1982)
1983Silver Lotus AwardNational Film Awards, IndiaBest ActorMoondram Pirai (1982)
1982Cinema Express Award - Tamil Film IndustryCinema Express Awards, INBest ActorMoondram Pirai (1982)
1982Filmfare Award - Tamil Film IndustryFilmfare Awards SouthBest ActorRaaja Paarvai (1981)
1981Filmfare Award - Tamil Film IndustryFilmfare Awards SouthBest ActorVarumayin Niram Sigappu (1980)
1981Creative AwardTamil Nadu State Film Awards, IndiaBest ActorMoondram Pirai (1982)
1980Creative AwardTamil Nadu State Film Awards, IndiaBest ActorVarumayin Niram Sigappu (1980)
1979Filmfare Award - Malayalam Film IndustryFilmfare Awards SouthBest ActorEeta (1978)
1979Filmfare Award - Tamil Film IndustryFilmfare Awards SouthBest ActorSigappu Rojakkal (1978)
1978Filmfare Award - Tamil Film IndustryFilmfare Awards SouthBest ActorPathinaru Vayathinile (1977)
1977Filmfare Award - Tamil Film IndustryFilmfare Awards SouthBest ActorOru Oodhappu Kan Simittugiradhu (1976)
1977Creative AwardTamil Nadu State Film Awards, IndiaBest ActorPathinaru Vayathinile (1977)
1976Filmfare Award - Tamil Film IndustryFilmfare Awards SouthBest ActorApoorva Raagangal (1975)
1975Filmfare Award - Malayalam Film IndustryFilmfare Awards SouthBest ActorKanyakumari (1974)
1960Silver Lotus AwardNational Film Awards, IndiaBest Child ArtistKalathur Kannamma (1960)

Nominated Awards

2016Filmfare Award - Tamil Film IndustryFilmfare Awards SouthBest ActorPapanasam (2015)
2016Popular AwardIBNLive Movie AwardsBest Actor SouthPapanasam (2015)
2014Filmfare Award - Tamil Film IndustryFilmfare Awards SouthBest FilmVishwaroopam (2013)
2014Filmfare Award - Tamil Film IndustryFilmfare Awards SouthBest DirectorVishwaroopam (2013)
2014Filmfare Award - Tamil Film IndustryFilmfare Awards SouthBest ActorVishwaroopam (2013)
2014SIIMA - TamilSouth Indian International Movie AwardsBest FilmVishwaroopam (2013)
2014SIIMA - TamilSouth Indian International Movie AwardsBest DirectorVishwaroopam (2013)
2014SIIMA - TamilSouth Indian International Movie AwardsBest ActorVishwaroopam (2013)
2010Filmfare Award - Tamil Film IndustryFilmfare Awards SouthBest ActorUnnaipol Oruvan (2009)
2009Filmfare Award - Tamil Film IndustryFilmfare Awards SouthBest ActorDasavatharam (2008)
2004Filmfare Award - Tamil Film IndustryFilmfare Awards SouthBest ActorAnbe Sivam (2003)
2002Filmfare Award - Tamil Film IndustryFilmfare Awards SouthBest ActorAalavandhan (2001)
2001ScreenScreen Weekly AwardsBest ActorHey Ram (2000)
1998Filmfare AwardFilmfare AwardsBest ActorChachi 420 (1997)
1986Filmfare AwardFilmfare AwardsBest Supporting ActorSaagar (1985)
1984Filmfare AwardFilmfare AwardsBest ActorSadma (1983)
1982Filmfare AwardFilmfare AwardsBest ActorEk Duuje Ke Liye (1981)

2nd Place Awards

1992Creative AwardTamil Nadu State Film Awards, IndiaBest FilmThevar Magan (1992)
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