Nadar Caste Actors in Tamil Cinema List

Do you want to know who all are the Nadar caste actors in the Tamil cinema industry? We have the whole list here which includes all the names of the actors from Nadar community.

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Nadars are the group of people present mainly in Tamil Nadu, Kerala and in Sri Lanka. Nadars form the majority in the southern districts of Tamil Nadu and were traditionally the Palmyra tree cultivators. Nadars are the peaceful people who don’t like unnecessary arguments. The kings Chera caste are also Nadar only.

Nadars present in Kerala speak Malayalam as their mother tongue and the Nadars present in the Tamil Nadu speaks Tamil as their mother tongue but both are the same group of the people only. But due to their location, they speak different languages and practice the culture of the respective states. Nadars has ruled a small part of ancient Tamilagam.

Nadar Actors List

  • Sarath Kumar
  • Seeman
  • Vadivelu
  • Parthiban

There are many Nadars who are entrepreneurs in India, Sri Lanka and western countries like the UK, USA, and Canada. Check here the full list of all Businessman and Entrepreneurs from Nadar community who are in top position in the society. Nadars are not just hard works, they work smartly and are very smart to handle different types of the jobs. Most can do any tasks assigned to them.

Nadars are also present in politics such as ‘Naam Thamilar party’ is run by Seeman who is from the Nadar community but the party is not based on caste. Most shops in the Chennai Ranganathan Street is controlled by Nadars only. There is also sub-castes and branches within the Nadar society.

All India Samathuva Makkal Katchi is a political party run by Sarathkumar who is also a Nadar. Today Nadars can be seen in all types of the business and works. The Tiruvarudi Vaihunda Nadan is considered as a guru in the Nadar society. There are also many Christian Nadars who were converted by the missionaries.

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