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Suriya in a dark, long-sleeved shirt posing for the camera
Suriya at the premiere of Ceylon in 2014

Suriya is an Indian film actor and producer who works primarily in Tamil cinema. He made a commercially successful cinematic debut in Vasanth's Nerrukku Ner (1997).[1][2] This was followed by roles in a series of critical and commercial failures, including Kaadhale Nimmadhi (1998), Sandhippoma (1998) and Periyanna (1999).[3] Suriya collaborated with Vasanth again in Poovellam Kettuppar (1999), his first film with future wife Jyothika.[1][4]

In 2001, Suriya starred in Bala's Nandha as an ex-convict trying to find his place in society.[5] The film was critically acclaimed and became a turning point in his career.[6][7] His roles as a police in Gautham Menon's 2003 action film Kaakha Kaakha and a con man in Bala's drama, Pithamagan (2003), established him as one of Tamil cinema's leading actors.[1][8] Suriya's performances in both films were praised, winning him a Best Actor nomination for the former and the Best Supporting Actor for Pithamagan at the 51st Filmfare Awards South.[9] The following year, he played dual roles—a hunchback and a college student—in Perazhagan. Suriya's performance was again praised, and he received his first Filmfare Best Actor award.[5][10] He was also acclaimed for his performance as a student leader in Mani Ratnam's Aaytha Ezhuthu (2004).[5]

In 2005, Suriya starred in three films: Maayavi, Ghajini and Aaru. His performance in Ghajini as a businessman with anterograde amnesia was widely praised.[7][11] Maayavi and Aaru were moderately successful.[12][13] Over the next two years, Suriya starred in Sillunu Oru Kaadhal (2006) and Vel (2007). Although the former was a box-office bomb,[14] Vel, where he played twins, was commercially successful.[15][16] Suriya's next appearance was in the romantic drama, Vaaranam Aayiram (2008).[17] His dual role as father and son earned him another Filmfare Best Actor award.[18]

Suriya's next three films were Ayan (2009), Aadhavan (2009) and Singam (2010). The latter, in which he starred with Anushka Shetty, was his most commercially successful film to date and spawned two sequels: Singam II (2013) and Si3 (2017).[19][20][a] The actor made his Hindi and Telugu cinema debuts in the second part of Ram Gopal Varma's gangster film Rakta Charitra (2010).[1][21] Suriya then played the Buddhist monk and creator of Shaolin Kung Fu, Bodhidharma, and his fictional descendant Aravind, in 7aum Arivu (2011).[22][23] His only 2012 release was Maattrraan, in which he played conjoined twins.[24] In 2015, Suriya released 36 Vayadhinile, the first film from his 2D Entertainment production company.[25] He played three roles for the first time in Vikram Kumar's science fiction film, 24 (2016).[26] It became one of the year's highest-grossing Tamil films and his performances earned him a Critics Award for Best Actor at Filmfare.[27][28]

Films

dagger Denotes films that have not yet been released

As an actor

Year Film Role(s) Director(s) Language(s) Notes Ref(s)
1997 Nerrukku Ner Suriya Vasanth Tamil [1]
1998 Kaadhale Nimmadhi Chandru Indiran Tamil [29]
1998 Sandhippoma Vishwa T. Indrakumar Tamil [29]
1999 Periyanna Suriya S. A. Chandrasekhar Tamil [29]
[30]
1999 Poovellam Kettuppar Krishna Vasanth Tamil [1]
[29]
2000 Uyirile Kalanthathu Suriya K. R. Jaya Tamil [31]
2001 Friends Chandru Siddique Tamil [32]
2001 Nandha Nandha Bala Tamil [33]
2002 Unnai Ninaithu Suriya Vikraman Tamil [34]
2002 Shree Shree Pushpavasagan Tamil [35]
2002 Mounam Pesiyadhe Gautham Ameer Tamil [36]
2003 Kaakha Kaakha Anbuselvan Gautham Menon Tamil Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor – Tamil [9]
[37]
2003 Pithamagan Sakthi Bala Tamil Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actor – Tamil [9]
[38]
2004 Perazhagan Chinna, Karthik[b] Sasi Shanker Tamil Filmfare Award for Best Actor – Tamil [5]
[39]
2004 Aaytha Ezhuthu Michael Vasanth Mani Ratnam Tamil [40]
2005 Maayavi Balaiah Singampuli Tamil [41]
2005 Ghajini Sanjay Ramasamy (Manohar)[c] AR Murugadoss Tamil Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor – Tamil [42]
2005 Aaru Aarumugam Hari Tamil [43]
2006 June R Raja Revathy S. Varmha Tamil Special appearance [44]
2006 Sillunu Oru Kaadhal Gautham Krishna Tamil [45]
2007 Vel Vasudevan, Vetrivel[b] Hari Tamil [15]
2008 Kuselan Himself P. Vasu Tamil Special appearance in the song "Cinema Cinema" [29]
[46]
2008 Kathanayakudu Himself P. Vasu Telugu Special appearance in the song "Cinema Cinema" [47]
2008 Vaaranam Aayiram Krishnan, Suriya Krishnan[b] Gautham Menon Tamil Filmfare Award for Best Actor – Tamil [17]
[18]
2009 Ayan Devaraj Velusamy K. V. Anand Tamil Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor – Tamil [48]
[49]
2009 Aadhavan Madhavan Subramaniam (Aadhavan, Murugan)[c] K. S. Ravikumar Tamil [50]
[51]
2010 Singam Duraisingam Hari Tamil Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor – Tamil [52]
[53]
2010 Rakta Charitra 2 Surya Narayana Reddy Ram Gopal Varma Telugu [21]
2010 Rakht Charitra 2 Surya Narayana Reddy Ram Gopal Varma Hindi [54]
2010 Manmadan Ambu Himself K. S. Ravikumar Tamil Special appearance in the song "Oyyale" [55]
2011 Ko Himself K. V. Anand Tamil Special appearance in the song "Aga Naga" [56]
2011 Avan Ivan Himself Bala Tamil Special appearance [57]
2011 7aum Arivu Aravind, Bodhidharma[b] AR Murugadoss Tamil Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor – Tamil [22]
[58]
2012 Maattrraan Akhilan, Vimalan[b] K. V. Anand Tamil Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor – Tamil [24]
[59]
2013 Chennaiyil Oru Naal Himself Shaheed Kadher Tamil Special appearance [60]
2013 Singam II Duraisingam Hari Tamil Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor – Tamil [61]
[62]
2014 Ninaithathu Yaaro Himself Vikraman Tamil Special appearance in the song "Kairegai" [63]
2014 Anjaan Raju Bhai (Krishna)[c] N. Lingusamy Tamil [64]
2015 Massu Engira Masilamani Masilamani, Sakthi[b] Venkat Prabhu Tamil [65]
2015 Pasanga 2 Thamizh Nadan Pandiraj Tamil Cameo appearance [66]
2016 24 Athreya, Manikandan, Sethuraman[d] Vikram Kumar Tamil Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actor – South [28]
[67]
2017 Si3 Duraisingam Hari Tamil [68]
2018 Thaanaa Serndha Koottam Iniyan Vignesh Shivan Tamil [69]
2018 Kadaikutty Singam Himself Pandiraj Tamil Special appearance [70]
2019 NGK Nandha Gopalan Kumaran Selvaraghavan Tamil [71]
2019 Kaappaan Kathir K. V. Anand Tamil [72]
TBA Soorarai Pottru dagger Nedumaaran Rajangam Sudha Kongara Tamil Post-production [73]

As a producer

Year Film Language(s) Ref(s)
2015 36 Vayadhinile Tamil [74]
2015 Pasanga 2 Tamil [66]
2016 24 Tamil [67]
2017 Magalir Mattum Tamil [75]
2018 Kadaikutty Singam Tamil [76]
2019 Uriyadi 2 Tamil [77]
2019 Jackpot Tamil [78]
2020 Ponmagal Vandhal Tamil [79]
2020 Soorarai Pottru Tamil [80]

Other crew positions

Year Film Position(s) Language(s) Notes Ref(s)
2007 Guru Dubbing artist Tamil Hindi film[e] [81]
2013 Singam II Distributor Tamil [82]
2017 The Ghazi Attack Narrator Tamil Hindi-Telugu bilingual film – Narrator for Tamil language[f] [83]
2017 Kadugu Distributor Tamil [84]
[85]
2019 Sillu Karupatti Distributor Tamil [86]

Discography

Year Film Song Language(s) Notes Ref(s)
2014 Anjaan "Ek Do Theen Char" Tamil Co-sang with Andrea Jeremiah [64]
2019 Party "Cha Cha Charey" Tamil Co-sang with Karthi, Kharesma Ravichandran, Venkat Prabhu and Premgi Amaren [87]
2020 Soorarai Pottru "Maara Theme" Tamil [88]
2020 Aakaasam Nee Haddhu Ra "Maha Theme" Telugu [89]

Music video appearances

Year Title Role(s) Performer(s) Notes Ref(s)
2017 Maatrangal Ondre Dhaan Himself Nivas K. Prasanna Promotional song for the film Kootathil Oruthan [90]

Short films

Year Film Role(s) Director Language Ref(s)
2008 Herova? Zerova? Himself V. Priya Tamil [91]

Awards and nominations

Notes

  1. ^ Singam was Suriya's 25th film.[19]
  2. ^ a b c d e f Suriya played dual roles in the film.
  3. ^ a b c Suriya played a single character in the film who has two or more different names.
  4. ^ Suriya played triple roles in the film.
  5. ^ Suriya dubbed for Abhishek Bachchan in the Tamil dubbed version of the film.[81]
  6. ^ Suriya provided narration for the Tamil dubbed version of the film.[83]

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