Muthuvel Karunanidhi Born in Thirukkuvalai village in Nagapattinam district, he was born as a son of Muthuvelavar, an atheist and a father of poor musicians.
At the age of 20, Karunanidhi went to work for Jupiter Pictures as a scriptwriter. His first film, Rajakumaari, gained him much popularity. It was here that his skills as a scriptwriter were honed, which extended to several films.
Dakshinamurthy(M. Karunanidhi) is the leader of the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam and 3rd Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu. DMK The party’s official newspaper, Murasoli, started developing a newspaper for its members. The first major opposition to Karunanidhi’s support for Tamil politics involved in the Kallukudi demonstration (1953). He became Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu for the first time in 1969.On 13 May 2006; he became the Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu for the fifth time. He is also known for his writing works in the Tamil film industry. During the Thooku Medai play, MR. Radha gave him the title of kalaignar, which he is still called by his supporters till date. His passion for social work enabled him to become the Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu. Having been in politics for 60 years, he is a strong force and effectively guides his party members and supporters. In addition to his literary contribution to Tamil literature, he also enriched himself in the interests of poor people in the community. In his political career, Karunanidhi fought for the development and reform of socioeconomic conditions.
During his reign, the “Kalaigner Insurance Scheme” brought to the aid of 1 crore Tamil poor people. He also brought many reforms in the industry to promote economic growth. On 5 October 2012, he announced that his house was transferred to a free hospital for the poor after his wife’s death. Since 1975, Karunanidhi has published six volumes of his autobiography, Nenjukku Neethi