S. Krishna is an Indian film director and a cinematographer. He has mainly contributed to the Kannada film Industry. His works as a cinematographer was very unique and he gave a new look to cinematography with his excellent visual effects. His breathtaking work could be seen in the movie Mungaru Male, a romantic classic film. He's a graduate from the Government Film and Television Institute, in Bangalore.

Shooting for Mungaru Male as a cinematographer was a huge challenge for him as 80% of the shooting was done in rains. He gave his best shot in the movie that could be seen up on the screens. The movie was a huge hit and the reason for such a grand success was his cinematography. In 2006 he was even honored with the best Cinematographer for the year Award by the Karnataka Government. After this, he worked with Harsha A in his first film Geleya. The cinematography, of the movie, was not that up to the mark, but the song Ee Sanje Yaakaagide again gave the touch of Krishna with slow motion effect in it.

He also worked with Haage Summane in his next Preetam Gubbi. He did cinematography for Raaj the Showman and the direction for the movie was given by Prem. The movie featured Priyanka Kothari and Puneeth Rajkumar Puneeth was born on 17th march 1975 in madras, Tam >> Read More... in the lead roles. Though the movie was not much appreciated by the critics Krishna's effort was praised by everyone.

He even worked in the Kannada Singham, which cast Sudeep as the director and the lead. The movie had stunning visual effects taking the movie to the next level, raising a huge bar for the other makers. Krishna was supposed to work for the movie Lagori which was supposed to be directed by Yograj Bhat and the cast would be Puneeth Rajkumar, but eventually the idea of the project dropped. In the year 2012, he collaborated with Yograj Bhat for Drama featuring Radhika Pandit Radhika Pandit another example of a home grown act >> Read More... and Yash. As usual, the movie was a huge hit and the successful collaboration had made wonder again.

The film was a huge blockbuster and the main highlight of the film was the unique camera technique used by Krishna. He was even famous for his collaboration with Duniya Sori for the movie the Kaddipudi. The movie had Radhika Pandit and Shivrajkumar in the lead roles. In his career, he even worked as a director. His first directed movie was Gajakesari featuring Yash in the lead role.

The movie was a super duper hit and this was the movie which helped Yash to gain the top position in Kannada entertainment industry. Gajakesari was honored with the Best Entertaining Film of the year 2014 by the Karnataka State. After this he worked in many big movies like Hebbuli, and recently completed Chowka. Krishna got married to Swapna a famous Kannada actress. The couple has a son and a daughter.

S D Arvind Kannada Actor

S D Arvind

S. D. Arvind is one of most popular film director in the South Indian Film Industry. He mainly directs Kannada films. He started his career recently in the year 2010. His debut film was in the Kannada language was Jugari, which was released in the year 2010. Jugari rocked the box office in Kannada when it was released and because of its popularity and craze, this film featured in the list of the top ten Kannada films in 2010. The report was presented by Weekly Magazine Sudha, which is quite popular in South India. He is an educated individual. He holds a Masters Degree in Mass Communications. Arvind graduated from his college in the year 1998. Just after graduating, he began to seek for jobs related to film and television. Soon Arvind was selected in the visual effects team of a TV Show. The show was quite popular on television, and Arvind knew that it was a great opportunity for him to showcase his talent. T. R. Narsimharaju was a legendary comedian in the Kannada language. He was also a very famous actor, born on the 24th of July in 1923. Arvind is the grandson of this legendary actor. Initially, Arvind started off his directing career by hosting and directing a show which was based on the life of his grandfather, and he took the help of his aunt to provide useful information and facts about his grandfather to the viewers. The show used to get aired on Doordarshan. The name of the show was Haasya Chakravarthi. Arvind has also directed a documentary film named Avalokana. He also featured in a video magazine which was produced by the I. and P. Department of the Government of Karnataka. The latest venture of Arvind as a director was in 2016 when the film Last Bus released. It was also his debut as a producer and a screenplay director. The film was in the Kannada language, and its genre theme was horror. Apart from producing and directing the film, Arvind also took up the duty of organizing the songs and the playback soundtracks that would be used in the film. The film was made very cheaply but it earned about 25 crore rupees. Arvind’s film also got nominated for the Best Film Category in the National Filmfare Awards. The Category specialized in films made in the Kannada language. S. D. Arvind is currently busy with his upcoming film, whose name has not yet been announced.

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S K Bhagavan

Srinivasa Krishna Iyengar Bhagwan, well-known as S K Bhagwan is known for his work as a Film Director, an actor, and a producer. S K Bhagavan was born on 3 July 1933, in Mysore, which used known as Kingdom of Mysore, British India at that time. He along with Dorairaj directed over 55 films in Kannada, most of which stars Rajkumar and was Blockbuster hits. The duo of both of them was known as Dorai-Bhagavan. He completed his schooling from Bangalore High School. He was keen on acting and was a part of Hirannaiah Mithra Mandali at a very young age. He started his career as an assistant director in 1956 in the movie Bhagyodaya, directed by Kanagal Prabhakar Shastri. He, later on, directed his own very first movie along with M.C. Narasimha Murthy. The name of the movie was Sandhya Raaga which was released in 1966. Later, he directed “Jedara Bale”, along with Rajkumar as a Director Duo Dorai-Bhagavan. They were the first directors who made James Bond style movies in Kannada. Then this duo worked together to make some more blockbuster hit movies. Some of them were Kasturi Nivasa, Eradu Kanasu, Bayalu Dhari, Gaali Mathu, Hosa bElaku, and many more. These all movies were starred by Rajkumar, as the lead role. They also directed movie with other actors such as Ananth Nag and Lakshmi. In 1968 SK Bhagavan and Dorairaja, directed Jedara Bale, starring Rajkumar, Jayanthi, K.S. Ashwath, Narasimharaju, and much more. The duo then directed “Kasturi Nivasa”, in 1971, starring Rajkumar, K.S. Ashwath, Jayanthi, and Aarthi. In 1977, they directed Giri Kanye, starring Rajkumar, Jayamala, and Vajramumi. In 1994, when Dorairaj died, S K Bhagavan decided to stay away from the silver screen. The last movie he directed was Mangalaya Bhandana in 1993, with Dorairaj starring Maharishi, Ananth Nag, and moon Moon Sen. The duo together directed over 30 movies starring Dr. Rajkumar, which clearly defines the mutual understanding between them. S K Bhagavan won “Dadasaheb Phalke Academy Award” in 2017. This award is given by the Dadasaheb Phalke Academy to the film personalities for their contribution to the Indian Cinema. This Dorai-Bhagavan duo also won Puttanna Kanagal Award from Karnataka state government in 1995-96 and also an inaugural Dr. Rajakumar Souhardha award in the year 2010. He has stayed away from the direction life since he announces his retirement and is currently the principal of Adarsha Film Institute.

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S K Bhagavan Kannada Actor