Vasishta N. Simha is a famous Indian movie actor, who is best known for his work in Kannada films. Vasishta quit his job as a software engineer and decided to enter the Kannada film industry as an actor in 2011. He worked on an unreleased movie named Hubballi Hudagaru initially. He had his first release with Arya's Love (2013).
Simha ultimately made a breakthrough with his role as the main antagonist in Raja Huli (2013). It’s a remake of the Tamil film, Sundarapandian (2012). He appeared in Rudra Tandava (2014). Simha then featured in JKS's trilingual movie, Alone, in the lead role alongside Nikesha Patel. Performing the male lead, the movie won mixed reviews, and the actor managed to get an introduction into the Tamil and Telugu film industries.
Simha hails from Mysore and studied in Sharada Vilas School and Sadvidhya School. He grabbed an opportunity to work with the music legend, Hamsalekha. He then shifted base to Bengaluru and completed his graduation from National College, Basavangudi.