|Real Name||Nakul Jaidev|
|Place of Birth||Mumbai, Maharashtra|
|Occupation||Actor, Playback Singer|
|Debut movie||Boys (Tamil)|
|Known For||Boys,Kadhalil Vizhunthen,Vallinam|
|Parents||Jayadev – Lakshmi|
Nakul is a Tamil film actor and playback singer. Brother of former film actress Devayani, he debuted as a lead actor in the 2003 film Boys directed by S. Shankar, in which he also sang his first song in the film’s soundtrack album. He later made a breakthrough portraying a psychotic lover in Kadhalil Vizhunthen (2008), before winning acclaim for his performances in Maasilamani (2009) Naan Rajavaga Pogiren (2013) and Vallinam (2014).
He struggled to get a breakthrough as an actor and during the period, he worked as a playback singer in films, notably recording for Harris Jayaraj in his albums for Anniyan, Ghajini and Vettaiyaadu Vilaiyaadu. He will be seen in Naga Venkatesh’s Narathan, while K. S. Adhiyaman’s long-delayed venture Amali Thumali, in which Nakul co-stars with Shanthnu Bhagyaraj. Nakul was born in Mumbai, Maharashtra into a Konkani family, to Jayadev and Lakshmi. He is the younger brother of actress Devayani, who is eleven years older than him. His elder brother, Mayur, has also attempted to make a career as an actor, though several of his films have been stalled prior to completion.