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Sandeep Shetty Hindi Actor

Sandeep Shetty

Sandeep Shetty is an Indian actor known for his acting prowess in Tulu language cinema. He was born on 23rd July in Manibettu near Shirva which is in Udupi district of Karnataka state. His parents are Rathna Shetty (mother) and Sunder Shetty (father). He began as a thespian in the year 1998 when he wrote and directed Nathuna Paru, a Tulu drama. Since then, Sandeep never looked back, and continued to act in numerous dramas and flicks. He led his team Prashamsa to win Bale Telipale, three times in a row. Sandeep, his team, and the comedy competition became popular in the Karnataka coastline. Owing to his fame, Kannadigas who live outside their native state, have become keen viewers of his works. In fact, Sandeep and his team have performed in cities like Bengaluru, New Delhi, and Mumbai where there is a sizeable Kannada and Tulu population. Sandeep has achieved fame beyond the borders, as he happens to perform in some countries which include Middle East nations such as United Arab of Emirates, Qatar, and Bahrain. In 2016, Nama Tuluveru, a cultural association working for the Tulu diaspora, organized Sandeep’s play “Aye Subhage” in Dubai, UAE. With his rib-tickling jokes, the world finally recognized the comedian’s talent. While performing abroad, Bunts Bahrain felicitated Shetty with a memento as a token of appreciation. In 2008, he essayed the character of a gangster in PH Vishwanath’s Telikeda Bolli. Under the banner of Central Cinemas, Sudhir Kamath produced the project. Sandeep Shetty became a part of cinema history as his another outing Madime (2014) got to be the first Tulu movie to get its remake in another language. Ekka Saka opened to encouraging reviews when it got released on 1st May 2015. Shetty played a supporting cast member in Ekka Saka. Apparently, it completed 100 days of screening in the port city of Mangalore/Mangaluru after the flick’s release. Then, he came up with his next project, Dhand. Sandhya Creations zeroed in on him for his versatility. His other works include “Right Bokka Left” and “Eregla Panodchi.” He has collected honors such as Janamechida Hasya Nata in Puttur drama contests. Sandeep’s die-hard fans call him “Kusalda Birse” as a sign of affection. He holds education as one of the top-most priorities, and his educational qualifications serve as its proof. He pursued BBA and MBA degrees without any trouble while developing his acting skills. His skits are one of the most-watched videos on online media platforms (YouTube, Dailymotion, and Facebook).


Denzil Smith

Denzil Smith is a filmmaker and an actor. He was born in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India on November 6, 1960, into a family of Anglo-Indians. His family consisted of his parents named Kathleen (Katsy) Maude Shepherd and Benjamin John Smith, and two siblings Cheryl Roy-Smith and Lionel Smith. Benjamin worked with the Indian government as a civil servant. In spite of a desk job, he harbored immense love and respect for art and music. He could play instruments like ukulele, accordion, violin, piano and was a singer too. In fact, Benjamin represented India in Paranjoti Academy Choir, Europe. Denzil got interested in arts because of his father. Unfortunately, Benjamin died when Denzil was just eleven. He studied at St. Andrews, Bandra, and the University of Mumbai. After graduating from the University of Mumbai, he kick-started his career by working for Alyque Padamsee's Lintas, an advertising agency. However, he realized that he wasn't cut out for the corporate world and quit the job to devote all his time for acting. Under the guidance of Pratap Sharma and Dr. Ashok Ranade, he took training in voice modulation from National Centre for the Performing Arts, Mumbai. His first theatre role was in Les Liaisons Dangereuse, where Ratna Pathak and Naseeruddin Shah were his co stars. Soon, Denzil became a part of Motley Productions, which was a theatre group. Benjamin Gilani, Naseeruddin Shah, and Tom Alter were its founder, and they would perform several plays on stage. He has performed all over the world. Denzil has acted in Indian as well as international films and TV shows as well. His work profile includes Woh Aadmi Bahut Kuch Janta Tha, Waiting for Godot, Black Widow: A Land Bleeds, The Caine Mutiny Court-Martial, Samvidhaan: The Making of the Constitution of India, The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel, and much more. Denzil has also lent his voice to several documentaries, feature film characters, animated motion pictures, commercials, and radio dramas. In his entire career, Denzil has enacted optimistic, villainous, comic, action, as well as grey roles. Besides acting, he religiously organizes theatre progress and voice workshops at Celebrate Bandra and educational institutions respectively. Denzil loves listening to jazz music and is the host of jazz concerts at Blue Frog and National Centre for the Performing Arts. In 2006, he established Stagesmith Productions to increase the production of English Indian plays. Under it, Denzil has financed Jazz. He regularly donates to a charity named Avehi Abacus.

Denzil Smith Hindi Actor