Prashanth (Aka) Prashanth Thiagarajan

 Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India
 Vaigasi Poranthachu (1990)

About Me

Prashanth Thyagarajan is an Indian Tamil actor. Prashanth was born in Chennai and he is the son of actor Thiyagarajan. His first language is Tamil. He has a sister, Preeti. He married Grahalakshmi, the daughter of a Chennai industrialist, on September 1, 2005. The couple divorced three years later. He studied Computer Graphics and Multimedia and went to Trinity College of Music in London before embarking on an acting career. He completed his 12th grade and was enlisted in two medical college. He has also appeared in few Telugu films, Bollywood and Malayalam films. His career at 17 by appearing in Vaigasi Poranthachu and went on to feature in other films including R. K. Selvamani's Chembaruthi (1992).

Mani Ratnam's action-comedy Thiruda Thiruda, and Shankar's blockbuster romantic comedy Jeans in which he played a dual role alongside Aishwarya Rai. In the late 1990s, he featured in a series of films such as Kaadhal Kavithai, Jodi and Parthen Rasithen. His 2011 release Ponnar Shankar was based on the historical epic and became a semi-hit. He then appeared in the Malayalam film Perumthachan written by M. T. Vasudevan Nair where he played the son of the title character. Prashanth appeared in Balu Mahendra' s Vanna Vanna Pookkal and R. K. Selvamani' s Tamil-Telugu bi-lingual Chembaruthi.

Prashanth appeared in Good Luck , Appu, and Parthen Rasithen. He began the project Piriyadha Varam Vendum directed by Kamal which had a delayed release. He followed with Chocolate and Majunu. He appeared in director Hari 's debut film Thamizh . Susi Ganeshan' s Virumbugiren also had a delayed release. Sundar C' s Winner and the films Jai, Shock and Aayudham London followed. All the above mentioned films were sensational hits but later on after his marriage he didnt concenterate much on movies. So many of his films get floped. Prashanth also invested in business opportunities, opening a 12 floor jewellery store in T Nagar, Chennai in 2008.