Sihi Kahi Chandru

Other names of Sihi Kahi Chandru: Chandrashekhar
Birthday: 15-04-1961
Age: 58
Star sign: Taurus

Sihi Kahi Chandru is a noted artist in Kannada films and television. He is also a producer, director, and a theatre personality noted for his famous comedy play Nee naa naadare Naa nee ne na?, an adaption of Shakespeare’s play The Comedy Of Errors. He was given this name after his TV serial Sihi Kahi aired on Doordarshan during 1986-87. His wife Sihi Kahi Geetha also acted in the serial. They played the role of husband and wife in the serial; the show was very popular among Kannada audiences as Doordarshan was the only means of entertainment in television those days. After then the success of the serial gave both Chandru and Geetha the name “Sihi Kahi Chandru” and “Sihi Kahi Geetha”. Sihi Kahi literally means – the collaboration of bitter and sweet, in the Kannada language. Soon after the end of the Sihi Kahi serial, love blossomed between the two actors and they got married in the year 1990. The couple has two daughters named Hitha and Kushi.

Chandru made his debut with the movie Ganeshana Maduve in the year 1990 where he played a role of a tax inspector. Later he appeared in Golmaal Radhakrishna and its sequel. Chandru also acted in supporting roles and as a comedian in Kannada films. He shares superb chemistry with the actors Bank Janardhan and Umashree in many movies as a comedy actor. Apart from comedy roles, he has also performed as a negative character that shows his diversity in roles ranging from comedy to negative. Gowri Ganesha, Puttakkana Highway, Tenali Rama, Sparsha, Maathad Maathadu Mallige, Nanu Nanna kanasu are some of his noted works. Devara Nadalli is his latest Kannada film, where he worked with Prakash Raj and Achyuth Kumar.

As a television personality, Chandru successfully hosted the show Bombat Bhojana on Suvarna channel. His concept and style of cooking has amazed many viewers and encouraged men to try their hand at cooking. His directorial masterpieces are TV serials Silli Lalli and Paapa Pandu. He participated in the show Thaka Dhimi Tha Dancing Star aired on ETV, in 2014.

Siddharth Sengupta Hindi Actor

Siddharth Sengupta

Sidharth Sengupta is one of the essential fraternities of Indian Tollywood and Bollywood. Though not much content about him is available as the Bengali artist as no much interest in promoting his social life. Sidharth Sengupta is director of much famous daily soap that includes Balika Vadhu, Gulaal, Rangrasiya, etc.He works mostly for the channels that are under Viacom18, for example, Colors. Sidharth made his Bollywood debut in 2008 from the movie Oye Lucky! Lucky Oye! Starring Abhay Deol, Paresh Rawal, Neetu Chandra, Archana Puran Singh, etc. The movie won many awards including National Award for Best Popular film, IIFA and Filmfare awards for different categories. Sidharth played the role of an assistant director as well as a researcher for the movie Oye Lucky! Lucky Oye! He was the assistant director in many great movies like Agneepath (Hrithik Roshan, Priyanka Chopra, and Sanjay Dutt were the leads of the picture, released in 2012), Acid Factory (As second Assistant Director, released in 2009. Though the movie was not a big budget and good star cast film but the movie won many appreciations). Sengupta was the first Assistant Director in Children of War, which was released in 2014, Starred Farooq Shaikh and Pavan Malhotra, directed and written by Mrityunjay Devvrat. Padduram (2011, Starred Juhi Parmar and Suresh Menon, directed by Ajay Monga) and Dekh Indian Circus (released in 2011, as well. Starred Nawazuddin Siddiqui, directed by Mangesh Hadawale). In the year 2015, a movie was released Dry Dreams, Siddharth Sengupta was one of the story-writer with Hanish Kalia for the movie. The movie starred television actors like Mann Gandhi, Barun Sobiti, and Kritika Kamra and the movie was directed by Hanish Kalia as well. Though the movie was not a success, but again the storyline was outstanding. We wish Siddharth Sengupta all the best for his bright future ahead, so that he keeps working on the projects that allure Indian audience.


Sultana Siddiqui

Sultana Siddiqui is a Pakistani television director and producer. She is a business woman too. She is more popularly referred as Sultana Apa. Sultana hails from Karachi. She is the only lady in Asia to start her TV channel. Siddiqui is the president and founder of “Hum Network Limited”. In 1974, Sultana embarked on her career from PTV as a producer. She then went on to start Eye Television Network. Hum TV has bagged the Lux Style Awards for a continuous stretch of four years under her expert guidance and direction. She did numerous serials like “Marvi” (where she worked as a director, “Zara Si Aurat” (as a director), “Dil Da Mamla”, “Thoro Si Mohabbat” and many more. Siddiqui produced TV shows like “Anjaane Raaste”, “Janat”, “Shayad Kay Bahar Aaye”. In 2012-2013, Sultana directed a drama serial titled “Zindagi Gulzar Hai” that starred Fawad Khan and Sanam Saeed. This serial had earned a lot of acclamations. She has also made many television films and documentaries. Sultana is a marvellous public speaker. She spoke in the Islamic World Forum organised in Doha in 2013. She also addressed in Women Leadership Forum in 2014. This was held in California. Sultana is the recipient of many awards. She was conferred the “Leadership Award 2014” in 2014. Sultana appeared in the book “100 performing CEOs and Leaders of Pakistan” for her contribution and dedication as a true entrepreneur in Pakistan. She won the Scroll of Honour Award at the 5th GR8! Women Award held in Dubai. She was applauded for her contributions to the industry. Some other felicitations include Women of Vision Award, Nigar Award, the Gold Medal Award and the Pride of Performance Award to name a few. This award was conferred by the government of Pakistan. Her works concentrate on social issues especially that of women empowerment. Sultana Siddiqui had been the ambassador to Pakistan in various international seminars and forums as well.

Sultana Siddiqui Hindi Actress