Nitish Veera

Nitish Veera (died 17 May 2021) was an Indian actor who worked in Tamil-language films.

Nitish Veera
Died17 May 2021
OccupationActor
Years active2000-2021

CareerEdit

Veera portrayed small roles in several of them including Pudhupettai (2006) and Vennila Kabadi Kuzhu (2009). He contacted Pa. Ranjith who gave him the role of Kathiravan, Rajinikanth and Eashwari Rao's son in Kaala (2018).[1] He shot for the film for 40 days.[2] Veera went on to portray an important role in Asuran (2019). In the film, he played a character that lived in the 1960s.[3] He was signed to play a pivotal role in Laabam.[4] The post production of his upcoming film BELL is in progress and in slated for late 2021 to early 2022 release. He recently completed dubbing for his part in the film.

DeathEdit

He died due to COVID-19 on 17 May 2021[5]

FilmographyEdit

Key
  Denotes films that have not yet been released
Year Film Role Notes
2000 Vallarasu Police officer Uncredited[4][3]
2005 Thirupaachi Local goon Uncredited
Chandramukhi Fighter Uncredited
2006 Pudhupettai Mani, Selvi's brother
Perarasu Man helping Sudesi
2007 Onbadhu Roobai Nottu Madhava Padayachi's youngest son
2009 Vennila Kabadi Kuzhu Sekar
Sindhanai Sei Hari
2014 Netru Indru Guru
2015 Puriyadha Anandam Puthithaga Arambam
2018 Padai Veeran
Kaala Kathiravan
2019 Peranbu Call taxi driver
Airaa Bhavani's brother-in-law
Neeya 2 Vikram's enemy
Raatchasi Ramalingam's nephew
Vennila Kabaddi Kuzhu 2 Sekar
Asuran Pandiyan
2020 Ettuthikkum Para
2021 Laabam
Nero   TBA

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Actor Nitish Veera reveals his role in 'Kaala'". The News Minute. 7 June 2018.
  2. ^ Subramanian, Anupama (2 June 2018). "Nitish reveals joy acting with Rajinikanth". Deccan Chronicle.
  3. ^ a b "Vetri Maaran is a mix of Mani Ratnam and Selvaraghavan: Nithish Veera - Times of India". The Times of India.
  4. ^ a b "Asuran actor Nitish Veera joins cast of Vijay Sethupathi-Shruti Haasan's Laabam". The Times of India. 11 October 2019. Retrieved 26 July 2020.
  5. ^ "Asuran actor Nitish Veera passes away due to COVID-19". The Times of India. 17 May 2021. Retrieved 17 May 2021.

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