R. S. Manohar
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|Ramasamy Subramania Manohar|
|Born||Lakshmi Narashiman 
29 June 1925
Namakkal, Tamil Nadu, India
|Died||10 January 2006
|Spouse(s)||Sita Lakshmi Manohar|
R. S. Manohar was a popular actor of yesteryear who performed roles ranging from hero, villain to comedic characters. He was born at Namakkal in 1925. He acted in over 200 films. He is known for his versatility and dominating personality. He is also known as Nadaga Kavalar for his love for stage plays and his undeterred passion in continuing to put mythological stage plays almost his entire life.
Ramasamy Subramania Manohar was born on 29 June 1925 at Namakkal as Lakshmi Narashiman to Subramania Iyer and Rajalakshmi Ammal. He got the name Manohar after playing the lead role in the play Manohara during school days. He graduated from Pachaiyappa's College, Chennai.
Manohar acted in a number of plays. Some of the famous ones are Ilangeswaran, Chanakkiya Sabadam, Soorapadman, Sisupalan, Indrajith, Sukrachariyar, Naragasooran and Thirunavukkarasar.
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