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Tamil Actors Caste, Religion List: Here you can find information about Tamil actors and their caste and religion. If you found any error you can directly message me through Facebook.  And I have written two more interesting posts for you they are Tamil Actors Salary List and Tamil Actors height List. Hope you will enjoy this posts too.

Tamil background Infomation:  The Tamil people also known as Tamilar, Tamilans, or simply Tamils, are a Dravidian ethnic group who speak Tamil as their mother tongue and trace their ancestry to the Indian state of Tamil Nadu, the Indian Union territory of Puducherry, or the Northern, Eastern Province and Puttalam District of Sri Lanka.

Brahmin Caste Tamil Actors

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Actor/Actress NameCaste
Actor
Ajith Kumar Caste
Brahmin
Caste CategoryOC/General
Actor Gemini Ganesan CasteBrahmin
Caste CategoryOC/General
Gemini Ganesan
Actor Arvind Swamy CasteBrahmin
Caste CategoryOC/General
Arvind Swamy Height, Weight, Age, Wife, Affairs, Movies List
Actor Kamal Haasan CasteBrahmin
Caste CategoryOC/General
 Kamal Haasan
Actor Siddharth CasteBrahmin
Caste CategoryOC/General
Actor Prasanna CasteBrahmin
Caste CategoryOC/General
Prasanna
Actress Vasundhara Das CasteBrahmin
Caste CategoryOC/General
Vasundhara Das
Actor Srikanth CasteBrahmin
Caste CategoryOC/General
Actress Hema Malini CasteBrahmin
Caste CategoryOC/General
Hema Malini-red-dress

Thevar Caste Tamil Actors

Actor NameCasteCaste Category
Actor Prabhu CasteThevarBC
Actor Karunas CasteThevarBC
Actor Manivannan CasteThevarBC
Actor Sivaji Ganesan CasteThevarBC
Actor Soori CasteThevarBC
Actor Singamathu CasteThevarBC
Actor ‘Kakka’ Radha KrishnanThevarBC
Actor Karthik MuthuramanThevarBC
Actor O A K ThevarThevarBC
Actor P. K. Mookayya ThevarThevarBC
Actor Periyakaruppu ThevarThevarBC
Actor Prabhu GanesanThevarBC
Actor Ramkumar GanesanThevarBC
Actor R. MuthuramanThevarBC
Actor S. S. ChandranThevarBC

Thevar Caste Tamil Directors

Director NameCasteCaste Category
Director BharathirajaThevarBC
Director ManivannanThevarBC
Director BalaThevarBC
Director SeemanThevarBC
Director, actor S.J. SuryahThevarBC
Director PerarasuThevarBC
Director KathirThevarBC
Director SimbudevenThevarBC
Director Susi GanesanThevarBC
Director T.P. SingampuliThevarBC
Director T.P.GajendranThevarBC
Director KrishnaThevarBC
SFX Director Trotsky MaruduThevarBC
Painter PugalendiThevarBC
Director VijiThevarBC

Tamil Vanniyars Caste Actors | List Of Vanniyars Caste Actors

Actor NameCasteCaste Category
Thangar BachchanvanniyarBC/OBC
Pushpavanam KuppuswamyvanniyarBC/OBC
Chinna Ponnuswamy PadayachivanniyarBC/OBC
Kali.N.RathnamvanniyarBC/OBC
Janakaraj, ActorvanniyarBC/OBC
Vadivukkarasi, ActressvanniyarBC/OBC
Marumalarchi BharathivanniyarBC/OBC
RajakumaranvanniyarBC/OBC

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  1. Pavithra November 27, 2016

    Today Yadavs constitutes 16% of India’s population and over 2% of world population-in terms of sheer numbers this translate to 20 crores or 200 millions. Yadav’s are the largest race in the history of the whole world. Out of 223 countries in whole world, there are only 4 countries including India with over 200 million population.

    Konar or Idaiyar or Tamil Yadavar is a Chandravanshi Kshatriya caste from the Indian state of Tamil Nadu. It is a sub-division of the Yadava community. They are also known as Ayars. Konars are distributed throughout the state of Tamil Nadu. They are one of the ancient Tamil castes. The Yadavas of Tamilnadu were originally referred as ‘ARYAS’ in Tamil literature but locally called as ‘Idayans’. Even in the government records the community name was referred as ‘Idayans. Up to the Census 1921, the community name was noted as ‘Idayan’. The Tamil speaking Yadavas were referred as Idayans and the Telugu speaking Yadavas were referred as ‘Gollas’ and as Vaduga Aayars. The name of the community was notified as ‘Yadavas’ in government records as per the Government of Madras G.O.No.5240 Law (General) dt.13th December 1930. In the G. O. it was said that the term ‘Yadava’ shall in future be adopted in place of Golla, Idayan, Gola, Gopi or Goda in all official announcement. Accordingly in the Census 1931 the name of the community was noted as Yadava instead of Idayan. This is the last caste wise census enumerated.

    Konar in ancient literature: Ilango Adigal had mentioned Konars of Madurai in his Tamil epic Silapathikaram, which is considered to be one of the five famous epics of Tamil literature. According to this epic, they gave accommodation for Kannagi. They occupied grasslands known as Mullai in Ancient Tamil country. Konars traditionally raise cows, goats and sheeps and sell milk.

    In the Indian history yadhavas play a major part in Mahabaratha, Bagavad Gita and also Ramayana.

    Yadav’s have not only ruled every inch square of this country but have contributed the most in the fields of arts & culture, politics, economics, architecture, history, science, astronomy, martial & military excellence and spirituality. It took a Yadav King Porous to stop the victory march of Alexander. Under the guidance of Yadav Kings of Deogiri, Marathi language and culture blossomed. They ruled whole of the present day Maharashtra, part of Madhya Pradesh and North Karnataka. The Mughal Emperor was so impressed with the beauty, grandeur & the opulence of the Yadava’s Kingdom capital Deogiri- that he wanted to make it the capital of India and his Empire. The rulers of South India (Vijaynagar kingdom), built magnificent palaces, temples which are the one of the world’s heritage sites. Buddhism reached the shores of Japan and China by the efforts of great Yadav Emperor Ashoka- the great.

    The national symbol of India (Four Lions) and the Ashoka Chakra is the contribution of a Yadav King. Chandragupta Maurya, with the help of his Minister Chanakya (Kautilya)- ruled all over India & Afghanistan. It was a Yadav blood, which flowed in the body of great Maratha King Shivaji, who defeated the Mughals. Rawal Jaisal founded the city of Jaisalmer. Great Yadav dynasty (Woodiyars) founded the kingdom of Mysore and Tipu Sultan & his father was the courtier. Nepal was founded by the Yadav Kings. All major temples in South India were built by the Yadav Kings. Kalidas was the greatest writer, poet & novelist in the history of the world. The Kohinoor (diamond) was stolen from the vault of a Yadav King of Andhra Pradesh.The 22nd Thirthankar of Jains- Neminath took his birth in Yadav dynasty. The Delhi’s Iron pillar was erected by a Yadav King & till date its matter of scientific research. The Nalanda & Vikramshila Universities were contribution of Yadav’s (Gupta Dynasty) & flourished under other Yadav ruler’s of Pal dynasty of Bengal. From science and technology, architecture, dharma sastra, martial art, songs, literature, politics or raj tantra to giving life in the service of matru bhumi or our Great Nation Bharat bhumi, Yadav’s has been second to none.

    The famous caves of Ajanta & Ellora are the contribution of Yadav king’s.

    According to Srimad Bhagavatam- the Bhagavat Maha Puran, which is the conclusion of all the Vedic literature, anyone who hears about the description of Yadav dynasty will be freed from the reaction of sinful activities. This is stated in Srimad Bhagavatam Canto 9 Chapter 23 Verse 19-20. So such is the glory of Yadav dynasty that even the greatest and most sacred scripture- Srimad Bhagavatam tells about it.

    So what is it that makes this particular dynasty so glorious? Of course it’s not that the 1st president of Nepal is a Yadav or the Yadav’s have produced the most Chief Ministers in India. Or the most of the India was ruled by the Yadav’s Kings until few centuries ago. Nor the fact that there are 20 crores (200 million) Yadav’s living on this planet. Definitely all of it reflects the great achievements and potential of Yadavs but its takes something else to be worth of mentioning in scriptures like Srimad Bhagavatam. Why Yadav dynasty is so glorious?

    Srimad Bhagavat speaks “O Mahäräja Parikshit, let me now describe the dynasty of Yadu, the eldest son of Mahäräja Yayäti. This description is supremely pious, and it vanquishes the reactions of sinful activities in human society. Simply by hearing this description, one is freed from all sinful reactions. The Supreme Personality of Godhead, Krishna, the Supersoul in the hearts of all living entities, descended in His original form as a human being in the Yadav dynasty or family of Yadu.( Srimad Bhagavatam 9.23.19-20)”

    The Supreme Personality of Godhead Shri Krishna chose to appear in this Yadav dynasty. Lord Krishna is Svayam Bhagavan and He is the source of everything. He is the source of Lord Maha Visnu, Garbodakshayi Visnu and Karnodakshayi Visnu. There is no one equal to Him or greater than Him. Thus the Yadav dynasty became so glorious that even hearing the description of this great dynasty frees one from all sins. So as a member of Yadav community, we all have got this great fortune and responsibility to carry on the legacy. The purpose of this website is to remind all Yadav’s of their great heritage and how we can act in such a responsible manner so that it’s beneficial for all of us as well as for the whole world. Jai Yadav! Jai Radha Madhav.

    Padmanabh Swami Temple, Kerala was constructed by Yadav Kings. Recently, the Government found Treasures inside temple worth several Lakhs crores, making the temple the richest temple in the whole world.

    Veeran Alagumuthu Kone is the first freedom figher against the British 100 years before the 1857 sepoy mutiny

  2. கோனார் December 5, 2016

    கோனார் என்போர் தமிழ்நாட்டிலுள்ள யாதவர்களில் ஒர் உட்பிரிவு இனக்குழுவினர் ஆவர். கோனார் என்பது பட்டமே அது சாதியினை குறிக்காது .கோனார் என்னும் பட்டம் தென்தமிழக யாதவர்களை குறிக்கும் வட தமிழக யாதவர்கள் கோனார் என்ற பட்டத்தைப் பயன்படுத்துவது இல்லை.

    இவர்கள் கால்நடை மேய்த்தல் தொழிலைச் செய்பவர்களாக இருந்தனர். தமிழ்நாடு சாதிகள் பட்டியல் காட்டும் பிற்படுத்தப்பட்ட சாதிகளில் இவர்கள் யாதவா என்னும் பெயரில் உள்ள தமிழ் பேசும் இடையர்கள் ஆவர். இவர்களோடு தெலுங்கு பேசும் வடுக அஸ்த்தர கோல்லாவும் யாதவா பிரிவில் அடக்கப்பட்டுள்ளனர். யாதவர் என்போர் இந்தியா முழுக்க பரவி வாழும் மிகப்பெரிய சமுதாயத்தினர் ஆவர். இவர்கள் சந்திர குலத்தை சேர்ந்த சத்திரியர்கள்ஆவர். யாதவர்கள் கால்நடை வளர்ப்பினராகவும், போர் மறவராகவும், நிலக்கிழாரகவும், குறுநில மன்னராகவும், மன்னராகவும் இருந்துள்ளனர்.

    தமிழ்நாட்டில் இவர்கள் கோனார், கரையாளர், சேர்வைக்காரர், இடையர், ஆயர், பிள்ளை, மணியக்காரர், அம்பலக்காரர் போன்ற பல பட்டங்களை கொண்டுள்ளனர். மேலும் கோனார் என்பது பட்டமே அது சாதியினை குறிக்காது.கோனார் என்னும் பட்டதை தென்மாவட்ட யாதவர்கள் மட்டுமே பயன்படுத்தினர் வட தமிழக யாதவர்கள் ஆதியில் இருந்தே விஷ்ணு மதம் யாதவ சாதி என்றும் கிருஷ்ணர் பரம்பரையினர் என்றும் கூறி வந்தனர்.

    தமிழகத்தின் அனைத்து மாவட்டங்களிலும் இவர்கள் பரவி இருக்கிறார்கள். சென்னை,திருவள்ளூர்,காஞ்சிபுரம் தஞ்சாவூர்,தூத்துக்குடி, திருச்சி சிவகங்கை,புதுக்கோட்டை ,மதுரை, இராமநாதபுரம், திருநெல்வேலி கோயம்புத்தூர், போன்ற மாவட்டங்களில் அதிகமாக வசிக்கிறார்கள். தர்மபுரி, வேலூர் மாவட்டங்களில் குறும்படை என்ற பெயரில் அதிகளவு இருப்பதாகக் கூறப்படுகிறது.

  3. Sasai December 6, 2016

    hatriya, second highest in ritual status of the four varnas, or social classes, of Hindu India, traditionally the military or ruling class. The earliest Vedic texts listed the Kshatriya (holders of kshatra, or authority) as first in rank, then the Brahmans (priests and teachers of law), next the Vaishya (merchant-traders), and finally the Sudra (artisans and labourers). Movements of individuals and groups from one class to another, both upward and downward, were not uncommon; a rise in status even to the rank of Kshatriya was a recognized reward for outstanding service to the rulers of the day. The legend that the Kshatriya were destroyed by Parasurama, the sixth avatar of Vishnu, as a punishment for their tyranny is thought by some scholars to reflect a long struggle for supremacy between priests and rulers. Brahmanic texts such as the Manu-smrti (a book of Hindu law) and most other dharmashastras (works of jurisprudence) report a Brahman victory, but epic texts often offer a different account, and it is likely that in social reality rulers have usually ranked first. The persistent representation of deities (especially Vishnu, Krishna, and Rama) as rulers underscores the point, as does the elaborate series of ritual roles and privileges pertaining to kings through most of Hindu history. These largely buttress the image of a ruler as preserver of dharma (religious and moral law) and auspicious wealth. In modern times, the Kshatriya varna includes a broad class of caste groups, differing considerably in status and function but united by their claims to rulership, the pursuit of war, or the possession of land.

    The formation of the Kshatriya caste could also have followed a similar course of evolution in the Vedic society of the Aryans. To begin with the Aryans, like people, all around the world, lived in tribes that roamed from place to place in search of game and pastures. In the earlier period of human history, the role Of the forces of nature was decisive in the lives of men. In these circumstances every tribe could barely acquire food, thru hunting gathering. etc ., which was only adequate for survival. As human power to produce was at a very low level there could hardly be any accumulation of wealth. The tribe’s collective effort was only enough to sustain its members and all that was produced was instantly consumed. Thus in the absence of any accumulation of wealth (surplus) there existed no possibility of one tribe attacking another with the object of grabbing the other tribe’s accumulated wealth – as there was no such accumulation. It was even purposeless to capture able bodied members of other tribes with the aim of making them work, as such captives could only join in the tribe’s collective activity of hunting and gathering. Thus the labour of such captives was only enough to produce food for the captives’ own survival, it created no surplus which members of the victorious tribe could take away.

    Thus under these circumstances there was no logic behind raiding other tribes to take captives for this purpose. Although tribal warfare did take place continuously, the reasons were either to capture women or to capture men who would be eaten. The fact that cannibalistic practices did exist among Aryan tribes is proved by the ritual of the Purusha-Medha Yagna, in which such captured members of other tribes were originally butchered and eaten. The idea of cannibalism in society would appear gruesome and unbelievable, but we have an anecdote which clearly indicates to the fact that cannibalism should have existed among Aryans at some stage.The people of Kalinga had nourished a martial tradition through the ages. In ancient times, even Samrat Ashoka Maurya had to battle Kumar, the king of Kalinga, before he could complete the unification of India. In the middle ages too, Kalinga (modern Orissa) was the only part of the country with Assam, that successfully resisted Muslim rule all through. Seen here is the Mukteshwar temple at Bhubaneshwar which represents an evolutionary style in Kalinga architecture that was to reach its zenith in the Konark Sun Temple. The Sun temple is also a monument to a military victory.

    This is the story of Chilaya who was fortunate in two respects – he was born in a royal family and his parents were deeply religious. The prince Chilaya grew up under the care and affection showered on him by his parents. His father had a charitable table disposition apart being a devout person. His fame as a ardent worshipper of Lord Shiva spread far and wide. So much so that even Lord Shiva came to hear about it. To test the integrity of his worshipper Shiva took upon the guise of a hermit and one early morning knocked on the palace doors asking for alms. The King was very pleased on seeing a hermit at his door and asked him to demand whatever he wanted. To the King’s horror the hermit coolly asked for being served human meat for his meal, and that meat was to be nobody else’s but prince Chilaya’s. The very idea of their only son Chilaya being sacrificed to satisfy the quaint hermit came as a whiplash to the devout God-fearing parents.

    But a guest that he was, the hermit’s demand could not be turned down, and the idea of deceiving him by offering him some other meat was not one which the sincere couple could entertain. Ultimately they gave in to that ghastly demand and arranged for Chilaya to be sacrificed to feed the hermit. But the emotional stress for Chilaya’s mother was too much and she arranged for her son’s head to be preserved with the intention of asking the Gods to revive it later. But the wily hermit saw the absence of the head in the meat served to him and demanded that it be given to him if his host expected him to touch the food. Reluctantly, the heartbroken mother presented Chilaya’s head to her unrepentant guest and while doing so burst into hysterical sobs. As the wily sage, who was no other than Lord Shiva himself, knew that his disciples had passed his severe test and thereupon revealed his true form. On recognizing that the Lord himself stood before them, Chilaya’s parents fell at his feet and on being asked by the Lord for any boon, they naturally asked for their son. Shiva asked them to call out their son’s name. The stupefied parents did so and to their amazement the food they had placed before their guest disappeared and the son Chilaya descended from the heavens and stood before them.This story is a fableized recollection of cannibalism amongst the Aryans. Had it not been so it need not have been incorporated into a legend that was supposed to be believed by lay people.

    The Purusha-Medha Yagna also suggests the cannibalism theory which could have logically existed in a society where the labour of a person was only enough for his own sustenance and left no surplus product which could be taken away by another person. In this scenario, it was logical that captured prisoners of war were killed and even eaten. But with the rising productivity of human labour, consequent to the use of better implements, domestication of fire, smelting of metals, etc., it became possible for the first time, for humans to work not only for their own sustenance, but also to leave a surplus which was over and above the immediate consumption needs for sustaining themselves. This surplus took various forms like, implements, cattle, slaves and later on of precious metals.The Kirti Stambha at Chittodgad in Rajastan represents a tribute to the military prowess of the Rajput Kshatriyas of Mewad. These Lions of Mewad defiantly held aloft the banner of Indian Independence during the darkest days of Muslim tyranny. Now it became logical to raid another tribe for capturing able-bodied males and females with the intention of converting them into slaves and making them work. These slaves worked not only to sustain themselves, but with the rise in human productive capacity, they could also produce a surplus which was not necessary for their own sustenance and which could hence be taken away by their masters. With rise in this productive capacity, the Purusha Medha Yagna also underwent a change in Aryan Society. As described in Vedic literature during the Purusha Medha Yaqna the captured men were not to be killed, they were only to be tied to a stake and a piece of burning wood was to be waved before them and they were then set to work. This ritualisation clearly reflects the fact that originally the Purusha-Medha Yagna could have been a human sacrifice, whose nature was changed to suit the altered circumstances wherein captured men from other tribes could be put to better use rather than their being eaten.

    Even the Ashvamedha Yagna sacrifice underwent a change with the rise in productive capacity and the possibility of grabbing the surplus wealth of other tribes. Whereas originally in the Ashwamedha Yagna, the horse was killed to be roasted and eaten, in later times and the ritual did not remain a sacrifice, except in name. The horse was now not killed, but was decorated with the King’s emblem and was set free to roam at will, and the regions through which this horse passed came under the rulership of the kinq who had performed the Ashvamedha Yagna. In case any other king stopped the horse; a war ensued and the victorious king annexed the defeated kin’s territories. Thus the Ashvamedha Yagna also changed from being a simple act of killing a horse for consumption, to being a medium for the grabbing of land and property of adjoining kingdoms – a form of nascent imperialism. The Buddhist religion preached against observing caste distinctions. The Buddhist order was open to all castes and nationalities. Hence it spread to many parts of the world. Many Christian values are derived from the older Buddhist tradition. See here are Buddhist monks proceeding towards the prayer hall in the temple complex at Bodh Gaya. The following anecdote from the Ramayana illustrates the role of the Ashvamedha sacrifice. As we know Shri Ram, the eldest son of Dashratha the King of Ayodhya was banished for fourteen years from his kingdom due to the machinations of his step mother Kaikeyi. In exile Rama’s wife Sita is kidnapped by the Demon King Ravana and to liberate Sita from Ravana’s clutches, Rama had to raise an army with the help of the monkey King Hanuman. After a fierce battle in Lanka which was Ravana’s capital city, Sita is rescued.

    On returning from Lanka after the said fourteen years period was over, Rama was crowned king of Ayodhya.But the people of Ayodhya knew that Sita had been imprisoned by Ravana and some of the meaner of the populace doubted Sita fidelity. On one occasion when Rama had hosted a grand banquet at his palace one of the women servants had to stay overnight at the palace to oversee the arrangements for the banquet. When she returned home the next morning, her husband was furious with her for having stayed overnight at the palace. In a fit of rage he drove her out of the house saying that it may be possible for Rama to accept a wife who had stayed at another person’s house but he himself would not do so. Thus saying he banged the door of house on his wife’s face. The sobbing woman went to Rama and pleaded her case. On hearing her tale Rama was aghast and after introspection he decided that if his acceptance of Sita was causing problems for his subjects he should part company with Sita whose fidelity was under a cloud for his subjects. Next day a reluctant Lakshman took Sita out of Ayodhya and left her at Sage Vishwamitra’s hermitage in a nearby forest. The Buddhist tradition represented a counter tendency against the ever growing caste distinctions. Many Hindu Kings patronised Buddhism. Seen here are the Ajanta caves constructed in the reigns of the Chalukya, Rastrakuta and Yadava kings in the middle ages. These temples represent the hewing of a temple complex from a whole range of rocky hills.At that time Sita was in the family way, and in the course of a few months she delivered two bonny twins who were named Luv and Kush. The boys grew up amidst love and affection showered by their mother but they never came to know who their father was. They had of course heard the glory of the King of Ayodhya but did not know that the King was their father. Then one day they heard that there was to be a great occasion in the city of Ayodhya where the King Rama was to perform an Ashvamedha Yaqna. They too wanted to witness the Yagna and without anyone’ s knowledge they slipped out of the ashram (hermitage) and came to Ayodhya.

    When they saw that besides the King there was an image of a lady, they enquired with the townsfolk as to the reason for this. On hearing the tale of the expulsion of Sita, whom they did not know to be their own mother, they were aghast and decided that they would give battle to Rama by capturing the Ashvamedha horse. When the horse was passing by their Ashram (hermitage), the two teenaged boys captured it and challenged the shocked army of Rama which was following the horse. A fierce battle ensued and many of the soldiers were slain, but the two boys were unhurt. When Rama came to hear of this he sent his brother Lakshman to avenge this. Lakshman too was hurt. On hearing this Rama himself came to offer battle but before this could happen the sage Vishwamitra intervened and told Rama as well as Luv and Kush their true relationship.

    Thus finally the family reunion took place and the separation caused by one person’s expressing doubts about Sita’s fidelity was bridged due to an Ashvamedha Yagna. Although the Yagna did not bring new territories to the King of Ayodhya, Rama nevertheless got back his two sons, Many Hindu Kings erected awesome temples to commemorate their victories. The Ashwamedha and the Rajasuya Yagnas which they performed were a symbol of their military prowess. Seen here is a magnificent spire (Shikhara) of one of the Khajuraho temples in Central India. These temples are among the most majestic Hindu temples in India.They were constructed by the Chandella Rajputs who ruled Central India and resisted the first Muslim invasions in the 10th century. This episode shows how the Ashvamedha Yagna had become a medium for territorial expansion from it original purpose of being a simple act of ritually killing and eating a horse. The basic reason for this change was the rise of productive power of human labour, leading to surplus wealth which could be accumulated and also looted. This surplus was in the form of human captives who could be enslaved, cattle, and grains and was now an object of accumulation.

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  5. Ethnicity tends to spark off bitter and vitriolic diatribes on the Internet. But Prime-Time Debate: 100 years of Bollywood but still no Dalit Representation in Indian Cinema (Babasaheb Ambedkar) is an almost-entirely sober examination of why there is ‘no Dalit Representation in Indian Cinema’ even a century after the first feature film was made.

    Hemant Gedam wrote: ‘it is unfortunate though but thats the fact. Very little representation of dalits in bollywood. In last few generations it was difficult but atleast this or next generation people should consider this as a career option and make right efforts.’

    It would indeed be disappointing if the scheduled castes were not represented in something as meritocratic (and audience- driven) as Filmistan (and its brother cinemas in non-Hindi languages, Cinema Nadu and Cinema Desam), especially in pop songs, which have been the miraasis’ domain for centuries. [Mirasi is a north Indian caste of folk-singers, with equivalents in every part of India.]

    Sumedh Selkar suspected that ‘In indian cinema there are lot of people belongs to dalit community but they does not highlighted. In our industry their is lot of dalit actor but he changed his name. Pata nahi ki wo darte hai apni identity dikhane me kyuki woh be- shurm hai. [Why are they scared of revealing their identity? Are they shameless?]’

    Happily, Indpaedia’s volunteers have found far more than a hundred SC cineastes and music stars in just the Hindi-Urdu, Tamil, Telugu, Punjabi and Malayalam film industries. They discovered that the first Malayalam heroine was an SC, that a hugely respected SC actress had won National Best Actress awards in both Telugu and Tamil, and that a glamorous young, A-list Filmistan star whose mysterious death made her a near-icon was an SC.

    And, above all, Ilayaraja, whom Indpaedia rates among the 5 greatest music directors of Indian cinema, seems to be an SC.

    Most revealing was an assertion on the sober Ravidassia and Great Chamar websites respectively that Filmistan’s singing oligarchs, Sonu Nigam and Sukhwinder Singh, were Chamars.

    The immensely successful Daler Mehndi is a mere superstar in comparison. Nigam and Sukhwinder’s share of the male singing pie in Hindi-Urdu has been so big that in the USA it could invite anti-trust proceedings!

    No, seriously, that is how immensely popular these stars (and Mehndi) are. And what it is left behind, after these three S.C. talents (and Pakistani singers) have chosen the best songs, is picked up by Mika Singh, Lembher Hussainpuri and Master Saleem.

    The domination of SC talent in Hindi-Urdu-Punjabi popular (film) music is that total. Tamil film music was till recently ruled by Ilayaraja: now his sons are doing well. A film’s music sales are a major cash cow for Filmistan, Cinema Nadu and Cinema Desam.

    This is the exact opposite of saying ‘still no Dalit Representation in Indian Cinema.’

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