Prakash Belawadi is a famous Indian journalist, activist, TV and film personality, and a theater artist. Born in the erstwhile state of Mysore, now Bangalore, Karnataka, he was born into a family of famous theater artists. Make-up Nani, his father, was a famous theater actor and has acted in many Kannada films as well. Also, he was a famous makeup artist. Bhargavi, his mother, was an eminent Kannada theater personality. His siblings Sujata, Pradeep, and Sudha, are also famous theater personalities. Prakash co-founded the Centre for Film and Drama, Bangalore, and also started Suchitra School of Cinema and Dramatic Arts at the Suchitra Cinema and Cultural Academy campus in Bangalore in 2012. 

Prakash gained his academic proficiency through Mahila Seva Samaja, National High School, and National College, Bangalore. 

Prakash has tested waters in plays by helming direction and acting in several English and of course, in the widely spoken language of his home place, Kannada. Apart from plays and documentaries he has directed famous Kannada television shows, namely, Garva in 2001, and Illiruvudu Summane Evolution is the way of the universe and like ever >> Read More... in 2008.

Prakash has endeavored into journalism by getting associated with prominent newspapers such as Indian Express. 

One of Prakash’s earliest movies was movie Mathadana, a Kannada film in which he had a short role. The movie starred Tara, Avinash and Anant Nag Anant Nagarakatte was born in the year 1948 on 4th >> Read More... . In 2013, he played a very significant role in Madras Café. He played the role of Bala and worked alongside John Abraham Like some of our sexy stars, John Abraham has had >> Read More... . In 2015, he acted in three films in the Kannada language. He played a minor role in Benkipatna. In Aatagara, he played the role of Dr. Chetan Bhagawat. And in, Kendasampige, he played the role of DCP Suryakanth. The same year, he did a Tamil movie Uttama Villian in which he played the role of a doctor. In 2015, he played the role of Swamy in Talvar. The movie was based on the famous Aarushi Talwar murder case.

In 2016, Prakash did the role of George Kutty in Akshay Kumar’s Airlift, which was well-received. Also, he played the role of DCP in Amitabh Bachchan Amitabh Bachchan was conceived on October 11, 1942 >> Read More... and Farhan Akhtar One of the most recognized young director of India >> Read More... starrer Wazir. Prakash also did Last Bus Click to look into! >> Read More... and Ishtakamya, two Kannada films in 2016.

In 2003, Prakash directed his first film Stumble, which won the country’s National Award given for the superlative feature movie in English. The film revolves around the corruption in today’s IT world and highlights many mutual fund scams.

Sudeep

Sanjeev Sudeep, known by the short name, Sudeep is an Indian film actor, director, screenwriter, playback singer, and producer. He has mostly worked in Kannada cinema. He has also appeared in Big Boss version of Kannada television. Sudeep, being a Mechanical engineer by graduation first had the opportunity begin his acting career with a television advertisement title 'Premada Kadambari'. Sudeep debuted in the film industry with 'Brahma' in 1966 which however could not make it to the theaters. His second film 'O Kusuma Bale' also shared the similar fate. After sincere efforts and patience in 1997, his third film 'Thayavva' was released. This Kannada film co-casts Umashree with Sudeep and Charan. Sudeep later appeared in Sunil Kumar Desai's 'Prathyartha'. The story shares the similar plot with 1995's American political thriller film 'Nick of the Time'. Sudeep with is unique style and performance landed up getting a lead role in the movie 'Sparsha'. The film portrays Sudeep being an actor and model falling in love with Rekha. Taking the matter further, he sees her family. Educating himself to the fact, he rushes to the railway station to see Rekha. While gushing through the station, he accidentally pushes Radha. As a result, she lost her leg as well as the love of her fiancee. Sudeep rushed to the accident spot and offered her the help. But knowing that he was responsible for the present fate of Radha, he restrains from telling Radha and Rakha that he was the one who knocked Radha on the station. To avoid the outcomes, he offers Radha his marriage proposal. Till the end, Radha's search for the person who put her in such tragic situation continues. Sudeep has also played several roles in Bollywood films such as 'Phoonk' and 'Phoonk 2'. Besides, his character of 'Mohan Prasad' in the ' Rakta Charitra 1 & 2 ' was also well appreciated by the audience. Two of his films 'Kempe Gowda' and 'Vishnuvardhana' had been megahit in the Kannada cinema.

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