Peter Hein – Biography, Wife, Family, Career & Movies

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Peter Hein Is An Indian Action Choreographer And Stunt Coordinator, Who Works , Tamil, Malayalam, Kannada And Telugu Language Films. She Was Born On 12 August 1973 In Puducherry, India. She Has Worked As An Action Choreographer In Many Films Like Magadheera (2009), Athadu (2005), Ghajini (2008), Enthiran (2010), Ranna (2015), 7m Arivu (2011), Pulimurugan (2016), Odiyan (2018), Madhura Raja (2019). He Was Awarded The Nandi Award For Best Fight Master In The Year 2015.


Peter Hein Biography

Name Peter Hen
Date Of Birth August 12, 1973
Birthplace Thirunalar, Karaikal, Puducherry, India
Age 50 Years
Profession Action Choreography Stunt Coordinator Actor Film Director
Active Year 1992–Present
Religion Hindu
Nationality Indian


Peter Hein Life

Peter Hein, Famous For Stunts In Films, Was Born To A Man In Karaikal, Puducherry, India. His Father Is A Tamil And Mother Is Vietnamese. His Childhood Was Spent In The Vadapalani Neighborhood Of Chennai. His Father Perumal Worked As An Assistant Fight Master In Tamil Films. Inspired By Them, Peter Also Started His Career As An Assistant Fight Master For Many Tamil, Telugu And Malayalam Films.

His First Film As A “Fight Master” Was Minnale (2001). Krishna Vamsi, A Telugu Film Director Who Recognised Peter’s Sincerity And Gave Him The Opportunity To Direct Action Scenes For The Film Murari, Had Done Now, He Has Since, Become An Action Film Director, Action Co-Ordinator And Stunt Director For Films In Various Telugu And Tamil Languages.

He Played A Role As A Stunt Director In Many Famous Films. He Became An Assistant In Films Like Kaakha Kaakha, Thirumalai, Shivaji: The Boss, Raavan, Badrinath, Odiyan, Darbar, And Superhit Film Pushpa, Bahubali: The Beginning, Ghajini, Bahubali 2: The Conclusion.


Peter Hein Movies List

  • 2001 – Minnale
  • 2002 – Santosham
  • 2003 – Naaga
  • 2004 – Varsham
  • 2006 – Sainikudu
  • 2007 – Munna
  • 2007 – Sivaji: The Boss
  • 2008 – Ghajini
  • 2009 – Magadheera
  • – 2010 – Raavan
  • 2011 – Badrinath
  • 2011 – 7aum Arivu
  • 2015 – Baahubali: The Beginning
  • 2017 – Baahubali 2: The Conclusion
  • 2020 – Darbar
  • 2021 – Pushpa

Awards And Achievements

  • 2010 Edison Prize.
  • Nandi Award For 2015 Best Fight Master 2015.
  • 2011 Tamil Nadu State Film Award For Best Stunt Coordinator.
  • 2011 South Indian International Movie Awards: Sensation Of South Indian Cinema.
  • 2004 Tamil Nadu State Film Award For Best Stunt Coordinator.
  • 2005 Filmfare Award For Best Action Director – South.
  • 2011 Norway Tamil Film Festival Award For Best Stunt Choreographer.
  • 2016 National Film Award For Best Stunt Choreographer.
  • 2017 Special Jury Award – 19th Asianet Film Awards.
  • 2019 Norway Tamil Film Festival Award For Best Stunt Choreographer.

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