Charlie Chaplin, the name itself is enough to make you smile, remembering the British actor who was one of the biggest stars of the early 20th century’s silent-film era. Charlie Chaplin was an actor, filmmaker, composer and the greatest comedian the world has ever seen. It was the character of ‘the tramp’ and the slapstick comedy due to which he became a worldwide icon, star of the silent era. Charles Spencer Chaplin was born in London, England, on April 16th, 1889. Today is his 131st birth anniversary. Every cinephile across the world has probably watched a Chaplin film. He had left a remarkable legacy. The ‘cinematic clown genius’ is a symbol of comedic history worldwide.