Ajith Kumar (born 1 Might 1971) is an Indian actor who operates predominantly in Tamil cinema. To date, Ajith Kumar has starred in over 50 films. Among his prizes include four Vijay Prizes, three Theatre Express Awards, three Filmfare Prizes South and three Tamil Nadu State Picture Awards. As well as his acting, he is also a engine vehicle speed and participated in the MRF Race collection (2010).
He started his job with a tiny position in the 1990 Tamil movie En Veedu Durante Kanavar. He established himself as a intimate hero with Kadhal Kottai (1996), Aval Varuvala (1998) and Kaadhal Mannan (1998), and recognized himself as an activity hero beginning with the movie Amarkalam (1999). Ajith Kumar Ajith Kumar combined illustration of twin brothers—where one is deaf-mute—in S. J. Suryah's Vaali (1999) won him his first Filmfare Prize for Best Tamil Actor. He attained important acclaim for his twin role performance in the vigilante picture Person (2001). In 2006, he starred in
Varalaru, in which he performed three various roles. It became the highest-grossing Tamil film of 2006. The next year he starred in two remakes—Kireedam (2007) and Billa (2007),[a] both that acquired him critical acclaim. Ajith Kumar performed an antihero in Mankatha (2011), which turned one of many highest-grossing Tamil films of all time. His next release, Billa II (2012), was Tamil cinema's first prequel.[b]
Ajith Kumar became a battle car driver, competitive in circuits around India in areas such as for instance Mumbai, Chennai and Delhi. He is one among very few Indians to competition in the International arena and in System championships. He has also been abroad for different contests, including Germany and Malaysia. He drove in the 2003 Formula Asia BMW Championships. He raced in the 2010 Method 2 Championship alongside two other Indians, Armaan Ebrahim and Parthiva Sureshwaren. Based on the annual earnings of Indian superstars, he was included in the Forbes India Star 100 number three times.
Ajith Kumar was born on 1 May 1971, in Hyderabad, India. His father P. Subramaniam is really a Tamilian from Palakkad, Kerala and his mom Mohini is Sindhi from Kolkata, West Bengal. Ajith Kumar was the middle son out of three brothers, others being Anup Kumar, an investor, and Anil Kumar, an IIT Madras graduate-turned-entrepreneur.