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Unseen Photo of Sivaji Ganesan with His Mother and Wife Goes Viral

<p>The Villupuram One of the finest performers of all time, Chinnaiya Manrayar Ganesamoorthy, well known as Sivaji Ganesan, was highly regarded in the film business. He dominated Tamil cinema in the 1950s and 1960s and continues to be an inspiration to a great number of people. Through the course of his several celluloid appearances, he demonstrated his versatility as an actor. In addition, he was given the moniker Nadigar Thilagam, which means “pride of actors.” A picture of his mother and wife that just appeared online has garnered a lot of attention.</p>
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<p>In the now-viral image, Sivaji Ganesan is seen sitting next to his saree-clad mother Rajamani Ammal, with his wife Kamala standing just behind them as they smile for the camera.</p>
<p>Over the course of his five-decade career, he worked on roughly 288 films in the Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam, and Hindi industries. He also starred in 250 of those films as the main character. He won the Best Actor prize at the 1960 Cairo, Egypt-based International Film Festival’s Afro-Asian Film Festival because to his outstanding performance. The top accolade for Indian cinema, the Dadasaheb Phalke Award, was also given to him. In addition, he was honored with three Tamil Nadu State Film Awards, four Filmfare Awards South, and a National Film Award for his work.</p>
<p>After making his feature film debut in Parasakthi, the actor went on to appear in a number of other films, including Panam, Paradesi, Poongodhai, Kalyanam Panniyum Brahmachari, Tenali Raman, Bommai Kalyanam, and Galatta Kalyanam. After he performed as Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj in the drama Shivaji Kanda Hindu Rajyam, written by C.N. Annadurai, he was given the nickname Sivaji. The actor from earlier in the decade has also acted in Hindi films, including Manohara, Dharti, and School Master.</p>
<p>Sivaji Ganesan died away July 21, 2001. He was reportedly hospitalized to the Apollo Hospital in Chennai on July 1, 2001, due to respiratory issues. He also endured years of suffering from a cardiac condition. Thousands of people saw the official burial for him, including lawmakers and well-known figures from the South cinema industry.</p>