Delhi Kumar

Delhi Kumar is a Tamil television and film actor who is known for performing supporting roles in teleserials like Metti Oli and Engey Brahmanan. He has also acted in a few Tamil films, such as Dumm Dumm Dumm (2001), Kannathil Muthamittal (2002) and Enthiran (2010).

Delhi Kumar
Born
OccupationFilm and Television actor
Years active1997–present

FilmographyEdit

Year Title Role Notes
2000 Kakkai Siraginile Voice Artist Dubbed for K Viswanath
2001 Dumm Dumm Dumm Maruthu Pillai
2002 Kannathil Muthamittal Ganesan
Samurai Medical college dean
2003 Boys Judge
2006 Aavani Thingal Periyavar
Stalin Chief Minister Telugu film
2007 Veerappu Puli's uncle
2008 Thozha
2010 Enthiran Vaseegaran's father
Singam Kavya's grandfather
2013 Singam 2
2017 Singam 3

TelevisionEdit

Year Title Role Channel
1997 Premi Sun TV, Vijay TV
1997 Nimmathi Ungal choice-2 Sun TV
1999 Kasalavu Nesam Sundaram Sun TV, Raj TV
1999–2001 Chithi Mahalingam Sun TV
2000-2001 Anandha Bhavan Parameshwar Iyer
2000–2002 Chinna Papa Periya Papa Periya Papa's Father
2002–2005 Metti Oli Chidambaram
2002 Annamalai Seshadri
2002–2004 Agni Saatchi Star Vijay
2003 Gopura Vaasal
2003–2009 Anandham RK Sun TV
2005–2007 Malargal Nataraj Gounder
2008–2009 Gokulathil Seethai Sita's father Kalaignar TV
2009 Vilakku Vacha Nerathula Astrologer
2009 Kalyanam Sun TV
2010–2015 Mudhanai Mudichu Kandaswamy Sun TV
2010 Poovilangu Star Vijay
2010-2011 En Peyar Meenakshi Meenakshi's father Vijay TV
2012 My Name Is Mangamma KMR Zee Tamil
2012–2014 Puguntha Veedu Ramanathan
Paartha Gnabagam Illayo Kalaignar TV
2012–2016 Bommalattam Chidambaram Periyaswamy Sun TV
2013–2014 Ranga Vilas Jaya TV
2016–2018 Thalayanai Pookal Ramanathan Zee Tamizh
2017–2019 Mahalakshmi Subramani Sun TV
2018–2020 Lakshmi Stores Thillainathan
2019–present Pandavar Illam Periya Sundaram

AwardsEdit

ReferencesEdit

  • Malathi Rangarajan (31 July 2004). "TV's famous father". The Hindu. Archived from the original on 11 September 2004.
  • Chitra Swaminathan (4 August 2006). "`Entertainment mustn't erode values'". The Hindu. Archived from the original on 16 October 2008.