R. Balasubramaniam

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R. Balasubramaniam in Vedhala Ulagam (1948) film

R. Balasubramaniam was an Indian actor whose career spanned from the late 1930s through late 1950s. He was well known for his role in mythological films and later switched to character roles. [1]


1939Rambaiyin Kaadhal
1939 Prahalada
1942 Tamizhariyum Perumal
1942 Manonmani
1943Kubera Kuchela
1947Aayiram Thalai Vaangiya Apoorva Chinthamani
1947Thulasi Jalandhar
1948Thirumazhisai Aazhwar
1948 Vedhala Ulagam
1949Laila Majnu
1950Krishna Vijayam
1950 Ponmudi
1950 Vijayakumari
1951 Vanasundari
1952Chinna Durai
1952 Mappillai
1954 Sorgavasal
1955 Kaveri
1955Gomathiyin Kadhalan
1956 Madhurai Veeran
1957 Maya Bajaar
1957 Pudhumai Pithan
1957 Raja Rajan
1957 Rani Lalithangi
1957 Chakravarthi Thirumagal
1959 Thanga Padhumai
1959 Thaai Magalukku Kattiya Thaali
1964 Karnan
1971 Aathi Parasakthi

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