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Raavana..Views: 212
Jun 23, 2010 3:52 am re: re: re: re: re: re: re: re: re: re: re: re: re: Raavana..

Ganesh Ram
I think LK and Murali are highlighting Charu's performance in two movies. I am saying of all the father and support roles that I have seen by various actors , charu is at the end of the line. That is a comparison of charu with others doing such father figure roles.

IMO, an actor should have the following,
1) A good body language that suits the character
eg Sivaji in Thevar magan

2) An highly rated facial expression
eg Poornam viswanathan, V S Raghavan

3) An excellent dialog delivery
eg Manivannan, Poornam viswanathan in many of the movies they acted as a father

Now, for an actor to have the first two , he or she should have worked in a lot of films. It has a lot to do with standing before a camera and making yourself the character. The third one needs a lot of stage and/or directorial experience. To communicate in first person to a live audience helps in the ups and downs of a dialog and the rendering situation.

Charu's experiece as a lawyer helps him a lot to do the dialog delivery. That is what you see in Thalapathy and Vedham pudhidhu. Like Manivannan, charu's expressions are bland but the dialog delivery compensates. Manivannan scores more because of is directorial background.

This has nothing to do with Ravan.

Charu as an actor asked me to say a few words and I did.

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