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Tanjour S. Durairaj
|Born||31 December 1910|
|Died||2 June 1986 75) (aged|
|Years active||15 years|
T. S. Durairaj (31 December 1910 – 2 June 1986) was a Tamil film comedian, drama artist, producer and director in the early stages of the Tamil film industry (Kollywood).  He received a Kalaimamani award from the Tamil Nadu Government in 2006. 
Durairaj interests extended to Derby races. He owned two horses named KIN Master and WIN Master. 
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