Prashant Raj is a screenwriter and director, who predominantly works in Kannada movies. He was born on March 10th 1982. His debut movie was Love Guru which got released in the year 2009. Prashanth Raj before entering into Sandalwood films, he been an assistant director for the Bollywood movie " Raaz". Following this, he worked in films like Shootout at Lokhandwala, Deewane Huye Paagal and Kisna.

His next Kannada film as a director was Gaana Bajaana, which was released in the year 2010. After a gap of two years, in the year 2013, he directed another movie titled " Whistle". Again with a gap of two years, he directed the movie " Zoom" in the year 2016, which became a blockbuster hit at box- office. This film completed successfully 150 days all over Karnataka.

Prashant Raj is currently working on his current project titled "Dhalapathi". The lead stars in this movie are Kriti Kharbanda and Prem Kumar. Prashanth Raj was nominated for Filmfare Awards South in the category of Best Director. Coming to his personal life, he is married to Vandana in the year 2011 and has two sons. He also worked as a playback singer for the movie Whistle and worked as a Dialogue writer and lyrics writer for the movie Love Guru. He gained knowledge of filmmaking at Subhash Ghai's institute in Mumbai. He resided at Mumbai for six years and worked as assistant director in few Bollywood movies. Later, he came to know that his interest was in Sandalwood movies and came to Karnataka. After endeavoring into Sandalwood, he decided not to start off with the role of Assistant Director again. Having this in mind, he further decided to become a director and met his parents and narrated about the script and requested them to produce the movie for him. But his parents initially said no, but after compulsion from Prashanth Raj, his parents accepted and produced the movie "Love Guru" for him. That is how he began his career as film director in Sandalwood. This movie was dubbed in other languages after its blockbuster hit in Kannada. Following the success of this movie, Prashant raj had once again teamed up with the same crew including the lead actors and made the second movie “Gaana Bajana”. Though he is a person who is strictly against remake movies, he remade the Tamil movie Pizza in Kannada with the title “Whistle”. He had a dream to work with most happening actor Ganesh and finally made a movie with him titled “Zoom”. This movie gave him name and fame.

Harsha Kannada Actor


A. Harsha is an Indian film director and choreographer. He was born in the Bengaluru city in the state of Karnataka. His father is T. Ashok and mother Poornima Ashok. He has a brother named Bharath Ashok who currently resides in California State of the Unites States. Harsha received his education from Sri Kumaran Children’s Home and Holy Saint English School. He also holds a diploma in Automobile from the Oxford College in Bangalore. He tied the knot with Sitara Vaidya and has two children named Aarya Jeevothama and Viraaj Jeevothama. His passion for dancing was developed from his childhood years and he received all the support from his family. He got spotted by a movie star in a stage show when he was offered to choreograph in the films. His career started as a stage choreographer and dancer along with his team named Xtremers. He works in films of Kannada language. He has done around 500 stage shows and also choreographed for about 100 movies featuring 300 songs approximately. He has also enacted the role of the brother of Kucha Sudeep in a film Kashi from Village. His debut in KFI in the year was in the movie titled Ranga S.S.L.C. as a choreographer. He received a great appreciation and recognition for his choreography for the songs of Kannada romantic film Mungaaru Male. Since then, he has choreographed for popular movies like Rishi, Meravanige and Moggina Manasu, Only Vishnuvardhana, Taj Mahal. He made his directorial debut as a director inwith the film Geleya in the year 2007, which starred actors like Tarun and Prajwal Devraj. He received appreciation for his direction and the movie made a mediocre hit amongst the audience. In the year 2009, he took up another project in the direction of the film Birugaali which cast Chetan of Aa Dinagalu fame. Next in the year 2012, he made another film titled Chingaari which starred Darshan and later in the year 2013 directed Bhajarangi which featured Shivarajkumar and was a huge success at the box-office. Again in the year 2015, he collaborated with Shivarajkumar for the movie Vajrakaya. His recent film is a Kannada comedy flick titled Jai Maruthi 800 which got released in the month of April this year. He is set to direct an upcoming film with Shivarajkumar for the film titled My Name is Anji. He also gotwas nominated for the Filmfare award under the category of Best Director in the Kannada language. He is an amazing talent and looks forward to delivering amazing films in future.