Nassar used to work as a security guard and waiter, now rules millions of hearts

filmy Nassar used  The journey of the world is not the same for every human being. People see very big dreams, but they are fulfilled only by those people, whose spirits are also high. Coming out of the four walls of the house and entering the film industry is not as glamorous as it looks. It can only be guessed by those who accepted this struggle-filled journey as their destiny and followed its path. Today we are going to tell you about such an artist of South Film Industry, who has traveled from zero to hero. Let’s know about his interesting story.


Renowned actor and director of South Cinema Nassar is celebrating his birthday today. Nassar was born on 5 March 1958 in Changalpattu, Madras State. Nassar’s full name is M. Nassar. The actor made his film debut in the 1985 Tamil film Kalyana Agathigal. Nassar was so fond of acting in films that his happiness knew no bounds even after getting a small role in this film.

Nassar had definitely stepped into films, but the road ahead was not easy at all. Even though Nassar got work only after getting a small role in a film, but he had to struggle a lot to get ahead. In the early days of his career, Nassar worked as a waiter and security guard to make ends meet. Despite this, he never gave up.

After early career struggles, Nassar’s fortunes slowly began to brighten. He started getting offers for new films one after the other. Nassar made a mark for himself in the industry due to his brilliant acting talent. Millions of fans are crazy about not only his films, but also his acting.  later tied the knot with Kamila. He has three sons.

Let us tell you that apart from Tamil, actor Nassar has also worked in Hindi, Telugu, Malayalam and English films. Nassar’s popular films include Iruvar, Roja, Veeram, Khushi, Bodyguard, Chachi 420, Rawadi Rathore, Baahubali, Ramaiya Vastavaiya, Thalaivi etc. Apart from acting, actor has also directed a few films. Fans still remember his performance in the film ‘Bahubali’ a lot.

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