Sadhu Kokila

Other names of Sadhu Kokila: Sahaya Sheelan Shadrach, Sahaya Sheelan, Sadhu maharaj

Sadhu Kokila is a Kannada actor who primarily works on comedy roles. He is also a director and music composer. Rakta Kanneeru, Om and Shhh are some of the movies that he directed and also acted. The Vijay starrer Devru was also directed by him.
Born on 24th March, 1966, Sadhu Kokila, also known as Kokila Sadhu, hails from a family of musically inclined people. His father was a violinist in a music group of Karnataka Police Department. His sister and mother are singers. Layendra, Kokila’s brother, is also an actor. Kokila pursued his schooling at St. Joseph’s Indian High School in Bangalore. Kannada star Upendra provided him with the name Sadhu Kokila. 
Kokila kickstarted his career in the film industry as a musician and eventually he was referred to Kasturi Shankar, another musician. He has the reputation of being one of the swiftest keyboard players in India. Kokila has helmed direction for 12 Kannada flicks, and 6 of them were remakes. His directorial venture Anarkali was dropped midway. 
Kokila expresses that audiences and the media question whether his films are a remake or original. He had made up his mind not to endeavor in remakes. He feels that composing music requires a lot of creativity. As far as his comedy stint is concerned, he is loved by the audience. And about acting he feels that it is exciting. Sadhu Kokila has received awards for music direction twice. 
As far as remakes are concerned Kokila is of the view that there are creative limitations. But originals are enjoyable both in the sense of creativity and visualization. Sadhu Kokila along with Doddanna make a good pair for situation comedies. Kokila is compared with Johnny Lever Johnny Lever is an Indian comedy actor who came to >> Read More... of Bollwyood,for his comedy skills.
On his personal front, Kokila is wedded to Saleena. They are blessed with two sons. 

Raghuveer Kannada Actor


Raghuveer was an actor cum director in the Kannada film industry. Initially, he had started his career playing small roles in the Hindi films, but, later on, entered the Sandalwood as an actor through ‘Ajay Vijay’ along with another co-star Murali. His first film was ‘Chhailla Babu’ which was a Hindi film released in 1977. Later on, he acted in few other films in spite of which he couldn’t add any flavor to his career. He was brought into light by the Sandalwood’s most famous director S.Narayan through the film ‘Chaitrada Premanjali’ released in the year 1992 which burgeoned not only his career but also the career of this novice actor. Since then he had acted and directed many films like ‘Kaaveri Theeradalli,’ ‘Shrungaara Kaavya,’ ‘Thungabhadra,’ ‘Hongirana,’ ‘Sangrama,’ ‘Durga Pooje’ etc. which weren’t that successful in the Sandalwood and, unfortunately, couldn’t Burgeon his fame anymore. He was in love with his co-star Sindhu in the film ‘Shrungaara Kaavya’ and he married her after its completion even though his family members confronted him. However, the cute couple couldn’t live together for a long time because they got divorced in 2003 after which she married to a T.V actor Rishi and soon after which in January 2005 she passed away because of lung infection while she was on her way to collect aid for the coastal tide victims. Later on, Raghuveer married his relative Gowri, and the couple was blessed with a daughter, and he was again back with his parents after a long time. He was compelled by his parents to refrain from the Sandalwood for almost a decade after the death of his former wife. After that, he married his relative Gowri and, later on, he returned to the Sandalwood with the film ‘Ee Preethi Yaarigoskara’ directed by Raja S in which a student from Vasavi College at Visveswarapuram was acting as a female lead, and he was the producer for it. In 2010, he was produced in the court and remanded to judicial custody for running a prostitution racket in the city along with a few others. However, he tried to level the charges raised against him saying that his critics had intrigued to defame him. Unfortunately on May 8th, 2014, the Sandalwood had lost one of its beloved actors and also a director. He was admitted in the hospital at the BTM layout but finally died in the night due to a heart attack. He will always be present around us, in our hearts, and also with his wife and daughter.


S Narayan

Narayan started his career as a director with the romance Chaitrada Premanjali. And now he is known for his skills as a Kannada actor, director, writer, producer, music composer, etc. Chaitrada Premanjali was a very successful film and after that, he directed many more blockbuster hit movies in Kannada. He tried almost all the branches and was successful in every face. The best one remembered by people is his acting skills. Narayan is now one of the most successful directors in Kannada film industry. He is the second director in the industry to work with actor Rajkumar and his three sons. His debut film as a director was in 1992. After that, he usually has, at least, one release in a year. He directed himself in 1994, in the film Megha Maale, where he played a supporting role. Later he directed himself in many other hits. "Veerappa Nayaka" and "Suryavamsha" are one of his directed flicks with Dr. Vishnuvardhan as the main lead. He directed Dr. Rajkumar in his movie "Shabdavedhi" and that turned out to be a great success. In 2006, Narayan introduced his son Pankaaj as a child artist but to his bad luck, it didn't work out much. One of his hits “Cheluvina Chittara” was in a big conflict because of its main lead actress Amoolya. This movie invited lots of criticism by everyone because of her age. The same year, Narayan had issues with actor Vijay over a dubbing issue for the movie "Chanda" and it caused a year-long ban to be imposed on Vijay. The issue was sorted out with the intervention of veteran actor Ambarish but resulted in the actor vowing never to work with Narayan again. Narayan took on the lead role for the first time in the HN Shankar film, “Oho”. He later directed himself in the lead roles for "Tayee Kotta Seere" and "Bhama Satyabhama." He was cherished a lot for his comic role in his self-directed movie, and so he continued that comic role in his other movies too. Narayan will next be seen in director SV Rajendra Singh Babu 's "Thipparalliya Tharlegalu" alongside Ambareesh and director Om Prakash Rao. Narayan is even a very famous Kannada daily soap director. He directed many of them such as "Bhageerati," " Ambika" and "Sumati." People and industry wish to see him grow even more successful in life.

S Narayan Kannada Actor