Mani Ratnam turns 64: Aditi Rao Hydari, Arun Vijay, Varalaxmi Sarathkumar wish reputed director
Mani Ratnam, who directed acclaimed films such as Roja, Bombay, Thalapathi among others has won six National Film Awards.
The man behind such films as Nayakan (1987), Roja (1992), Bombay (1995) and Thalapathi (1991), Mani Ratnam is considered to be one of the finest directors in the film industry. Ratnam has won six National Film Awards.
The director turned 64 today and social media is flooded with birthday wishes for him from his fans and celebrities. Here are some celebrities who have wished him on his birthday.
National Award winning singer Shashaa Tirupati said that she will always fall short of words while expressing the significance of Ratnam’s film in impacting her life. Referring to the legendary director as “timeless genius”, she wished him birthday.
I'll have no words, EVER, to express the significance of your films (& their music) in impacting my life.Happy Birthday to the timeless genius, #maniratnam Sir♥️ This #Tunesday is a sincere dedication to you! @arrahman #Bombay #HappyBirthdayManiRatnam @thearvindswami@hasinimani pic.twitter.com/OjtfW1oXuD
— Shashaa Tirupati (@sashasublime) June 2, 2020
Actor Arun Vijay, heaped praise on Ratnam and wrote, "Happy birthday to the finest craftsman and a legend #ManiRathnam Sir!! Blessed and proud to have worked with you. God bless with good health and happiness forever."
Happy birthday to the finest craftsman and a legend #ManiRathnam Sir!! Blessed and proud to have worked with you.. God bless with good health and happiness forever.. - love, #Thyagu!! (#CCV) pic.twitter.com/KmITTJIAX4 — ArunVijay (@arunvijayno1) June 2, 2020
Aditi Rao Hydari posted a photo with Ratnam on Instagram on his birthday as well.
Actor Aadhi called Ratnam her all time favorite director and “man of few words but many masterpieces.”
Actress Khushbu Sundar shared a number of heart and cake emoji along with a picture with the director to wish him on his birthday.
— KhushbuSundar ❤️ (@khushsundar) June 2, 2020
Writer and director Arivazhagan extended his greetings to him on Twitter. He wrote, “Chat With #ManiRatnam Sir is one of my crazy wish so that I could learn again from Him. Happy Birthday Sir.” He posted the message along with a picture of Ratnam.
Chat With #ManiRatnam Sir is one of my crazy wish so that I could learn again from Him. Happy Birthday Sir #HappyBirthdayManiRatnam pic.twitter.com/2DSwnKxT51 — Arivazhagan (@dirarivazhagan) June 2, 2020
Here are a few others who have wished Ratnam:
— Harish Kalyan (@iamharishkalyan) June 2, 2020
Only legends can make such great works of art.. #HappyBirthdayManiRatnam sir and #HappyBirthdayIlayaRaja sir.. we are truly blessed to live in a tome that you do..!! God bless you both..!! pic.twitter.com/BxPHUL3mij — (@varusarath) June 2, 2020
— Radikaa Sarathkumar (@realradikaa) June 2, 2020
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