Krishna Nagappa is a young and successful South Indian actor, who is predominantly acting in Kannada movies. He is the chocolate boy of Kannada Film Industry. The birth name of this artist is
Sunil Nagappa, and Krishna is his stage name. He became a household name after his performance as Krishna, in the serial
Krishna Rukmini, after which he was named as Krishna Nagappa. Sunil was born and raised up in Sakleshpur, a town in Karnataka. After completing his under graduation, he went on to pursue MBA after which he realized his passion for movies. Sunil is the son of Nagappa, a former Police Officer, who is currently running a production house called as Krishna Talkies.
Krishna got his big break through his debut serial; Krishna Rukmini aired on Suvarna Television, in the year 2000. After receiving appreciation for this role, he got his first supporting role in a Kannada film, Hudugaru starring
It was in the year 2013, when Krishna got the big chance to act as the lead in the film Madarangi, in the character named Manu. In the same year, he was cast as one of the lead actors in the crime thriller movie Nam Duniya Nam Style, directed by
Preetham Gubbi. This multi-starrer is about three best friends who have been together for fifteen years and the adventures they face when they travel together to Foreign. In the year 2014, Krishna acted in the movie Jolly Baru Mattu Poli Geleyaru, along with the pretty actress Manasi. He then acted in the blockbuster movie Rudra Tandava in a stock character, in the year 2015. In this movie, Krishna was given the name credit as ‘
Darling’ Krishna. In the same year, he has acted as the protagonist in the flick Charlie. His yet-to-be-released movies are Mumbai, Local Train, and Huchcha 2.a
Krishna's desire to become the captain of the ship made him the assistant director for films like Jackie starring Puneeth Rajkumar in 2010 and Dandam Dashagunam in 2011.