கலக்கல் காமெடி சிரிப்போ சிரிப்பு 100% சிரிப்பு உறுதி || VIVEK COMEDY

கலக்கல் காமெடி சிரிப்போ சிரிப்பு 100% சிரிப்பு உறுதி || VIVEK COMEDY||While working at the Secretariat in Chennai, Vivekh in his free-time participated at the Madras Humour Club where people would perform stand-up comedy. He helped pioneer the movement to expand and subsequently won the Best Entertainer Award several times during his pantomimes at the Club. Vivekh subsequently left Chennai and went on to obtain a bachelor’s degree in commerce from Madurai and during semester breaks, he would return and perform at the Club.[3] , P. R. Govindarajan, Founder of Humour Club, introduced him to film director K. Balachandar for the first time and began a professional relationship as a script-writer for the director’s films. Vivekh revealed that after four years, Balachandar explained a situation and asked him to write a script for sixteen characters, which Vivek completed over night. He later understood that this was actually a test, and through his performance, Balachandar became closer to Vivek.[3] While assisting with the script for Manathil Uruthi Vendum in 1987, Balachandar offered Vivek an acting role of Suhasini’s brother in the film, which he decided to pursue.[4] He began his career portraying supporting roles and collaborated again with Balachandar in Pudhu Pudhu Arthangal (1989) and Oru Veedu Iru Vasal (1990), before often appearing in the primary cast as a friend to the film’s lead actor in films such as K. S. Ravikumar’s Putham Pudhu Payanam (1991) and Vikraman’s Naan Pesa Ninaipathellam (1993). He then also made appearances in Rajinikanth’s big budget productions Uzhaippali (1993) and Veera, playing secondary cast roles. Vivek had to wait till 1996 to establish himself as a sole comedian who could help carry the film, and thereafter began to appear in increasingly prominent roles in his ventures #goundamani

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