Actor Vivek not only made cinema fans laugh but also made people think by incorporating social reform ideas in comedy.Known as the 'Symbol Artist' in the Tamil film industry, Vivek is a renowned comedian in the world of Tamil cinema.He embodied social reform ideas in comedy and not only made cinema fans laugh, but also made them think.Films like 'Palayathu Amman', 'Lovely', 'Allithantha Vanam', 'Youth', 'Kadhal Sadukudu', 'Whistle', 'Kadhal Kisu Kisu', 'Perazhagan', 'Sami', 'Thirumalai' are examples of humorous thinking.Not only in Tamil cinema but also in the history of the film industry, 'Kalaivanar NS Krishnan' is a man who is able to convey good ideas to the society through comedy. Following in his footsteps, he was hailed as a 'symbol artist' in Tamil cinema, adhering to a wide range of social ideologies, with themes of bribery, population growth, political corruption and superstition in most of his films.He was awarded the Padma Shri by the Government of India for his contribution to the film industry. We will see his contribution to the biography and screenplay of Vivek, who started his career as a playwright and later sowed many social ideas mixed with humor in Tamil cinema, raising awareness among the people and becoming one of the best comedians of over 25 years.Birth; "Chinna Kalaivanar known as" Vivek, the 19th day of November 1961, was born in Madurai in Tamil Nadu, India. His full name is Vivekananda. Early life and education;He completed his schooling in Madurai and later obtained a B.Com degree in Commerce from the American College in the same town. He also holds an M.Com Master's degree in the same field and has been working in Madurai for some time as a Telephone Operator. After that, he came to Chennai, passed the DNPSC Group 4 examination and joined the Chennai General Secretariat as a Junior Assistant.His Journey in the Film Industry In; 1987, he made his debut in the Tamil film industry with the film 'Manathil Uruthivendu', in which he played a minor role. After that, in the 1989 film 'New Meanings', he was popularized by the verse he spoke, 'Today is the day of death, tomorrow is the milk'.Little Artist Vivek; His comedy is often themed around bribery, overpopulation, political corruption, and superstition, making him nicknamed the 'Symbolist Artist' and the 'People's Artist'.Vivek, who lives his own life with the goal of social welfare, has been a role model for others by implementing the project from time to time, saying, 'We are the cause of the drought in the country and I will plant about one crore saplings to alleviate the drought.'Awards and Honors; 'Padma Shri' Award by the Government of India.'Vijay Award' for all time favorite comedian.Filmfare Best Comedian Award for 'Run' in 2002, 'Sami' in 2003, 'Perazhagan' in 2004 and 'Shivaji' in 2007.He was awarded the State Award by the Government of Tamil Nadu for his films 'Unnaruge Nanirundal', 'Run' in 2002, 'Parthiban Kanavu' in 2003 and 'Shivaji' in 2007.He won the 'National Tamil Film Awards' for Best Comedian. 'Edison Award' for Best Male Comedian.Kodaikanal Panbalai Radio Award for Best Comedian.IDFA Award for Best Comedian.His comedy scenes are not just for entertainment, but also have the power to make life understandable in a matter of seconds. He is not only good at giving ideas on humor, he is also pursuing and implementing a few social welfare goals in his life.in particular, many artists may have emerged, achieved and disappeared in Tamil cinema. But it would not be an exaggeration to say that after NS Krishnan, Vivek was the one who boldly took up many reformist ideas in comedy in films.