Girish Kasaravalli took birth on December 3, 1950. He is a director of the Kannada Cinema World. He is well known as one of the pioneers of Kollywood. His films like Thaayi Saheba, Tabarana Kathe, Ghatashraddha and Dweepa won the ‘National Award for Best Feature Film’ more than three times. He was awarded Padma Shri in 2011 for his contribution to the world of Cinema. Girish is a gold medalist from the Film and Television Institute of India. He directed a film, Avashesh and it was awarded the National Award for Best Short Fiction. Girish has to his credit thirteen National Film Awards The National Film Awards gets presented every year >> Read More... . He was born in Kesalur village in Tirthahalli Taluk of Shimoga District to Lakshmi Devi and Ganesh Rao. The animatic presenter, Ravi Belagere "Ravi Belagere" is an Indian journalist, writer, n >> Read More... has come forward and told that Girish’s official name is Girish Karanth. Girish did his schooling from Kammaradi. His family motivated him to read books at a younger age. Belonging to a family of book lovers, Girish was encouraged to pursue his creative aspirations. His father was a patron of the popular folk system of dance, Yakshagana. All this formed a foundation for Girish’s directorial stint in the film world. His initial exposure to the Touring Talkies Click to look into! >> Read More... that once visited his village got him attracted to the intriguing space of films. K V Subbanna, a relative of Girish supported and stood by him in following his dreams. Subbanna is a Magsaysay award winner.

After completing college from Shimoga, he enrolled for the course of B. Pharma in Manipal College. After graduation, he went for training in Hyderabad. He found it difficult to manage his interest and profession together. He joined the Film and Television Institute of India, Pune after quitting his career in pharmacy. His interest in neo-realist cinema comes from his passion for Ozu, Ray, Antonioni, Fellini and Kurosawa. Girish graduated from Film Television Institute of India in the year 1975. The film, Ghatashraddha (1977) won him many international awards including Golden Lotus. It was one of the masterpieces that he had ever delivered. Girish has also served the post of principal in Bangalore Film Institute. He is married to Vaishali Kasaravalli Vaishali Kasaravalli was born on 12 April 1952 in >> Read More... , an acclaimed Kannada actress. She died in 2010 as a result of chronic diabetes, liver damage and renal dysfunction. Naayi Neralu is a beautiful concept by Girish Kasaravalli, which dealt with the bizarre and intense idea of re-incarnation. It is inspired from the novel by the same name, written by Bhyrappa. The director has given the film an altogether different meaning. It won the KARA Best Film Award at Karachi, making it the best Kannada movie to win huge fame at an international level.

Nanda Kishore Kannada Actor

Nanda Kishore

Nanda Kishore is one of the multi-talented people in the Indian Film Industry.He has his hands in Direction as well as in Screen Writing. He also has some cameo appearances in the songs of his films. The works of Nanda Kishore majorly are the remake of the either Tamil or Telugu films. He has been prominently active since 2013, with his first release of Victory, which was an instant success on the box-office and gave his career a kick-start. He has a total of seven (7) movies in the name of his creation. Nanda Kishore, also known as the remake director was born in Sagara in Karnataka, also known as the sub-divisional headquarter of Karnataka. He is one of the two Children of yesteryear villain and veteran actor Sudheer and Malathi Sudheer, former with some of the notable films in the Kannada Film Industry such as SP Sangliyana 2 (1990), Chandramukhi Pranasakhi (1999), and Aata Bombata (1990). Nanda Kishore is the brother of Tharun Kishore Sudheer, an Indian Kannada actor and Film Director with some of the pronouncing works like Rambo (2012) and Chowka (2017). He started mainstream direction with Victory (2013), starring Sharan, Asmita Sood, Avinash, Ravishankar and Arjun Janya in the lead roles. The film was premiered on 6 September 2013, in the US by producer Atlanta Nagendra. Although the storyline of the movie was similar to Ganeshana Galate, 1995, Kannada movie yet was widely appreciated. It was also widely praised by the critics for its fine Screenplay and Direction. Kishore came up with another Kannada comedy film next year, starring Sharan, Hebah Patel and Arjun Janya in lead roles. Adyaksha (2014), a remake of the Tamil film Varuthapadatha Valibar Sangam (2013). He also has a cameo appearance in song Phonu llla. The film Ranna (2015) has set another benchmark in the career of Nanda Kishore as it helped him to go through various thick and thins and finally emerging with great success with the help of Sudeep, an Indian Actor, Filmmaker, and TV Presenter. The film has Sudeep, Rachita Ram, Haripriya and Madhoo in lead roles. The film was a box office success although being a remake of Telugu movie Attarintiki Daredi (2013). The film has several nominations in its account such as for Best Music Director (2015) at IIFA Utsavam, Sudeep was nominated Best Actor South (2015) at IBNLive Movie Awards. The movie eventually went for Rachita Ram to win the Critic Award for Best Actress (2015) at 63rd Filmfare Awards South. Mukunda Murari (2016) and Tiger (2017) were another good works produced by Nanda Kishore, with former being the remake of the Hindi film OMG-Oh My God! (2012). Mukunda Murari has several nominations in his account along with the nomination for the Best Actor in a negative role and best actress in a supporting role at 6th South Indian International Movie Awards. Brihaspathi (2018) was another Kannada comedy-drama film Directed by Nanda Kishore with Manoranjan Ravichandran, Mishti Chakraborty, Saikumar and Sithara in lead roles. He has developed the script concerning about a 3D movie based on the thought lines of “Life of Pie” and “Avatar” for Kichcha Sudeep starring film. He has been in headlines for loosing straight 76 kilograms of his weight by undergoing surgery of six and half hour without liposuction. Nanda Kishore was a very consistent one when it comes to releasing the movies, or rather the remaking them, he likes to present the prevailing idea of any particular movie in his way of perception.