Vikram Prabhu

Vikram Prabhu

 Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India
 Kumki (2011)

About Me

He also played the leading character in a film Ivan Veramathiri and Vellaikaara Durai. Vikram Prabhu is an Indian film actor working in Tamil language films who made his debut in Prabhu Solomon's Kumki (2012). 

Early Life

He was born on 15 January 1986. He is the son of actor prabhu Ganesan and grandson of the actor Sivaji Ganesan. Vikram Prabhu married Lakshmi Ujjaini, daughter of industrialist M. S. Madhivanan in Chennai on 23 February 2007. Vikram studied in San Diego, completing an MBA programme, and briefly returned to Chennai to help out in the production activities of his family's Sivaji Productions venture, Chandramukhi (2005).


He went on to gain further experience by assisting Vishnuvardhan in Sarvam (2009), before once again assisting in the production works of Asal (2010). In February 2011, he received media coverage for the first time when Sivaji Productions refused to part with the title Deiva Magan when the makers of Deiva Thirumagal had approached them, stating that they had agreed terms with director Ameer Sultan to direct a film which would launch Vikram Prabhu under that title. However due to the Ameer's commitment to making Aadhi Bhagavan, the film was delayed and in June 2011, it was announced that Prabhu would star in Prabhu Solomon's next venture to be produced by N. Linguswamy. Titled Kumki the film released in December 2012 to critical acclaim and commercial success, emerging as one of the biggest hits of the year. A critic noted that Vikram Prabhu excels in the "intensely emotional scenes in the climax" He "is expected to carry on the Ganesan family lineage" in films.

During the making of Kumki, Vikram Prabhu began work in Sattam Oru Iruttarai, a remake of the 1981 film of the same name, produced by Vijay. Then, he signed on to appear in M. Saravanan's action thriller film Ivan Veramathiri and portrayed the role of a student amongst an ensemble cast also featuring Vamsi Krishna and Ganesh Venkatraman. The film opened in December 2013 to positive reviews, with a critic noting that Vikram Prabhu "is convincing as an action hero, especially in the raw and realistic climax fight scene but has to work on his dance a bit more." His first 2014 release was the action thriller Arima Nambi which was directed by Anand Shankar an assistant director from A R Murugadoss this film turned to be huge blockbuster which made him as an action hero . Later that year he was seen in Gaurav's Sigaram Thodu, a family action entertainer, which featured the actor in two distinct looks and alongside Sathyaraj and Monal Gajjar. He had a third release in 2014, Vellaikaara Durai directed by Ezhil that has Sridivya in the cast. This released on Christhmas 2014 which was a rom-com and was considered a hit.