Tamil cinema will be missing its most charming and charismatic villian of yesteryear. His trademark looks, smile and dailogue delivery have made todays memicri men. Those who are good at memicri always start with that of Nambiar. We will be missing u sir. May ur soul rest in peace
On screen you are a villain and off of it, you are a deeply religious person with spiritual values. You have done yeomen service to art and humanity. I pray the almighty God Parameshwara to protect you in your afterlife. Your affiliation to art and spirituality has set examples for current generation.
He was truely a legend in Tamil Cinemas. He will always be remembered for his trademark villain's smile. It is impossible to bring someone on his shoes. Our actors should take some leaves from his uprightedness in Kollywood eventhough. I pray the Almighty to give strength to his family and friends.
Re: Reel life Villan Real life HERO
by Srihari Govi on Nov 20, 2008 01:48 AM
Nambiar had been legend . He is one of the few of the kind who showed the world that playing villain has nothing to do with personal character . He sets an example to the current generation of heros for his sheer discipline , good habits and leading peaceful life till the end . Pray god sincereley for his soul to peace . What a person .... Fussy Heros & Heroines of Tamil cinema learn a few things ....
At time I wonder how obvious inconsistencies get under the editors eyes. The article states that Nambiyar was born in March 1919. This is consistent with reports from other sources. However rediff's article also mentions that Nambiyar was 92 years of age. It is not possible for some one born in 1919 to turn 92 in 89 years. If rediff has some secret recipie I would certainly like to know that.