Amarasigamani, the name of a character in Tamil cinema, is by all means famous among the masses for his unique style of acting. A character he originated, Amarasigamani was known as Prince Amaram who loved talking to his people. Known as a stubborn and strong person, the character of Amarasigamani was born out of a typical story. A merchant of sorts, Amaram was given a loan on credit from his brother. He was to repay the loan on the stipulated time frame and thus, had to make some significant financial decisions. Among these, his decision to give away his share in a film he starred in, ‘Amarasigam’ changed his life forever.
His film performance catapulted him to stardom status and with this came his first real option for increasing his net worth. It was then that he decided to star in a Hindi movie called ‘Amarasigam’ where he played a character that was based on a traditional story of Lord Krishna. It was from this Mangeshi actor’s resume which emerged the concept of ‘Amarasigam’ and with this concept, Amarasigamani saw his name gain great recognition. His other two films that came out of his contract with ‘Star Hindu’ were ‘Kamal Aikus’, and ‘Nanban’.
Amarasigamani Full Biography
|Net Worth||$5 million USD.|
|Date of Birth||1950–2021|
Since there are several artists who are known to have contributed to the evolution of our culture and values, it is only but proper that one such artist is given credit for the creation of Amarasigamani. Therefore, as per me, the deserving credit goes to the great Indian film star, Amrutha Sen and the late Karan Johar. The late Mr. Karan Johar is actually the main reason for the creation of Amarasigamani, as his contribution towards the creation of the film, was quite significant. As reported by Shashank Manjishtha, the then director of ‘Amarasigam’ that his contribution to the film ‘Amarasigam’ was heavily felt and appreciated by the producers.
But, as I have already mentioned earlier, the true credit goes to Amrutha Sen for being the true artiste and not Karan Johar. To cap it all, Karan Johar is of the opinion that the film industry in India has not seen any real artiste till date, when he was the one responsible for the creation of Amarasigamani. I, on the other hand, can say that the same has been the case since Amarasigamani. The only difference here is that, instead of Karan Johar, the credit goes to Mr. Amrutha Sen. I believe it is due to the fact that the latter has managed to enchant and mesmerize the audiences of all ages, while the former has managed to maintain the interest of all those who have come across him.
In my opinion, the best part about Amarasigamani, is that one does not get to see his actual face for once. Therefore, one is definitely left with an impression of how beautifully and artfully the movie has played out its role in the audience’s mind. Well, considering the huge success that the movie has achieved and the outstanding legacy that it leaves behind, one can safely assume that Manjishtha Sen will be receiving his due as the greatest artists of this century. However, given the huge demand that is being seen these days, one would also have to assume that somebody or the other is going to take over the throne of honour from Manjishtha Sen. Given the fact that movies are the most popular form of entertainment today, one can also hope that Amarasigamani will get an award in the next year or so. It is just a matter of time before someone like Karan Johar will be able to overshadow him in the field of film and movies that he is known for.
In the meantime, one can enjoy the rest of the movie by enjoying the special effects, the story and the performances of the actors involved. Overall, Amarasigamani has managed to entertain the audience without having to do much else than that. One can only hope that the success of the movie will be extended for at least another ten years, which is more than what the Net worth of Manjishtha Sen has achieved in his short lifetime. Till then one can simply enjoy the movie and take pleasure in all the beautiful visuals that have been set to music.