M. V. Subbaiah Naidu, born in the era of British was a South Indian actor and film director. He famous for his contribution in 1934 Kannada movie, 'Sati Sulochana.' It was the first Kannada movie to feature in cine world. He has also contributed to the film industry through his splendid performance in a Telugu film 'Bhukailasa' and Kannada film 'Bhakta Prahlada'. 'BhooKailasa,' an artistic creation of A.V. Meiyappan and director Sundar Rao Nadkarni Bio coming soon... >> Read More... Sundar Rao Nadkarni set the preliminary standards in Kannada film industry and played a vital role in the transition from Stage plays to Cinema world.

'Bhookailasa' was originally referenced from famous stage play 'BhooKailasa' created by Sri Sahitya Samrajya Nataka Mandali of Mysore. Another splendid performance by Subbaiah in the film 'Sati Sulochana' portraying the war between Hindu god Ram and Ravan from the perspective and understanding of Sulochana. The story features Subbaiah in the character of 'Indrajit', Sulochanas's husband, who is killed by the Lakshmana.

Due to the tragic death of her husband (Indrajit), Sulochana commits suicide by giving herself to the fire (Sati in Hindu scriptures) M.V. Subbaiah also showed his charismatic performance in a Black and White movie 'Bhakta Prahlada' along with UdayKumar and Leelavathi.

It is noteworthy that Subbaiah through his fantabulous and magnificent performance provided foundational direction to Kannada film Industry. His son ' Lokesh Lokesh is a famous South Indian artist, and he is >> Read More... Lokesh ' and grandson and Kannada Television personality ' Srujan Lokesh Srujan Lokesh had always dreamed of becoming an ac >> Read More... Srujan Lokesh ' continued his legacy.

Srimurali Kannada Actor


Srimurali is an Indian Actor showcasing his talent in Kannada films basically which is also an active part of the Indian Cinema. He made his debut in the year 2003 with his movie Chandra Chakori, which is a romance based drama film. He won the best actor award at the state level for his movie Kanti; the film focused on the dispute between two powerful states of India, Maharastra and Karnataka since then he has acted in over ten movies in Kannada language and has done one film each in Telugu and Malayalam language. His movie Ugramm is a Kannada movie in the year 2014 was a big hit and had received many praises from the audiences. It is a thriller movie. The movie successfully completed 100 days in the cinemas and then also it was re-released in some of the other theaters in Karnataka. The actor was born on the 17th of December in the year 1981 to a family that belonged to the film showbiz. His father was S.A. Chinne Gowda, who was a producer himself and his brother Vijay Raghavendra was an Actor known for his movie Chinna Murtha. Renowned actor Rajkumar was his uncle and Puneet Rajkumar and Shiva Rajkumar his cousins. Srimurali was recently seen celebrating his 33rd birthday in the sets of his upcoming movie Rathavaara. Srimurali is a family man as he is seen celebrating his happiness with his spouse Vidya and son Agasthya. Vidya was his Girlfriend before they got engaged on the 11th of February and the marriage took place on the 11th of May in his hometown Banglore, Karnataka. He is planning to help his father in the production business of his family. He has helped him in production in his movies like Seventh and Ganesh Mathe Bandha. Well, we wish this actor and producer a prosperous future ahead. Another Version Of Srimurali Sri Murali is an Indian cinema actor. He has mainly worked in Kannada films. He made his acting debut in 2003 with the Kannada film, Chandra Chakori. Sri Murali was born on December 17, 1981, to a family who was already linked to the cinema. He was born in Bangalore, Karnataka. S. A. Chinne Gowda, his father, was a film producer and his brother Vijay Raghavendra, an actor. Sri Murali tied the knot with his girlfriend, Vidya, who is a daughter of an hotelier. They got married on May 11, 2008, and have two children, a boy, and a girl. After his debut, he played a lead in the film Kanti which focused on disputes between Karnataka and Maharashtra on linguistic grounds. He played a college student who fell in love with Marathi girl and is embroiled politically. His performance in this film won him a lot of praises and as well as the Karnataka State Film Award for Best Actor. His next movies Yashwant and Preethigagi didn't do well at the box office. Then in 2008, he along with his brother Vijay Raghavendra appeared in their father's produced film, Minchina Ota. In recent, he appeared in a debut director Prashanth Neels's film Urgamm in the year 2014. He had played the role of a mechanic in this film. This film was an all over success at box- office which won him lots of praises. He was also nominated for Best Actor in Filmfare Soth for his role in the movie.