Nassar’s Net Worth, Height, Age & Personal Info Wiki

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M. Nassar is a Tamil and Telugu film actor, director, producer, dubbing artist, singer, and politician. (1)

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Facts About Nassar

Estimate Net Worth$9 million
Zodiac SignAquarius
BirthplaceTamil Nadu
BirthdayMarch 5, 1958

Nassar's Appearance (Height, Hair, Eyes & More)

Height1.68 m
Weight75 kg
Hair ColorSalt & Pepper
Eye ColorBrown
Body TypeFit
Sexual OrientationStraight

Nassar's Net Worth

Nassar has featured in various films, product partnerships, and project partnerships and led to a series because of Nassar’s acting talent and sense of humor. Nassar has a net worth of approximately $9 million. Nassar has amassed a fortune (2). His earnings from his profession are large enough to rank among the top celebrity payouts of all time. His accomplishment as an actor, model, and producer is his most comprehensive source of revenue.

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Nassar's Early Life

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Nassar was born on March 5, 1958, in Tamil Nadu, India, to Mehaboob Basha and Mumtaz. (3)

Nassar's Education

Nassar attended St. Joseph’s Secondary School. He moved to Madras after high school and completed his pre-university studies at Madras Christian College. Nassar was a member of the Dramatic Society at Madras Christian College. He later served in the Indian Air Force for a short time. He attended two acting schools: the Film Institute of the South Indian Film Chamber of Commerce and the Tamil Nadu Institute of Film and Television Technology.

Nassar's Wife and Family Life

Nassar married to Kameela, a producer turned politician, and they have three sons.

Nassar's Career

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Nassar made his acting debut in the film K. Balachander played a secondary supporting role in Kalyana Agathigal in 1985 before moving on to villainous roles in S. Velaikaran by P. Muthuraman in 1987 and Vanna Kanavugal in 1987. In 1987, he played the protagonist in Yuhi Sethu’s Kavithai Paada Neramillai, but his breakthrough role was as a police officer in Mani Ratnam’s Nayakan. He later became a regular in Mani Ratnam and Kamal Haasan’s films, playing pivotal roles in Roja in 1992, Thevar Magan in 1992, Bombay in 1995, Kuruthipunal in 1995, and Iruvar in 1997.

In 1995, Nassar made his directorial debut with Avatharam, a film set against the backdrop of a folk art troupe. Nassar, who co-starred with Revathi, stated that the idea came to him as a result of a childhood memory of playing theru koothu being conducted on the sidewalks alongside his father. The film received critical acclaim but ended in failure to become a commercial success. Soon after, in 1997, he made Devathai, claiming that he remembered a story he heard as a child that became the “creative seed for this film” about resurrection. He claimed that his immediate busy schedule cost him a part in Aamir Khan’s Lagaan in 2001. In the late 1990s, Nassar continued to work in films, portraying a blind musician in Rajiv Menon’s Minsara Kanavu in 1997, a political leader in Mani Ratnam’s Iruvar in 1997, and the father of two separated twins in S. Shankar’s Jeans debuted in 1998.

He has appeared in several Telugu films, including Chanti in 1992, Seshu in 2002, Bhageeratha in 2005, Athadu in 2005, Pokiri in 2006, Golimaar in 2010, and Shakthi in 2011. In addition to South Indian films, he has appeared in Hindi films such as Chachi 420 in 1997, Phir Milenge in 2004, Nishabd in 2007, Rowdy Rathore in 2012, Saala Khadoos in 2016, and Serious Men in 2020. He portrayed Bijjaladeva, a pivotal role in the 2015 films Baahubali: The Beginning and Baahubali 2: The Conclusion. He was severely injured in a severe car accident in 2014, but he recovered. Luthfudeen, their second son, made his acting debut in A. In 2014, L. Vijay’s Saivam portrayed the grandson of Nassar’s character. Abi Hassan, their third son, is also an actor, having appeared in Nassar’s Sun Sun Thatha and Rajesh Selva’s 2019 action thriller Kadaram Kondan. (4)


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