Singri Gowda is an actor who works for the Kannada movies. He is predominantly a farmer. He belongs to the district of Mandya in Karnataka where he lives in a village called Singrigowdana Koppalu. He lost his wife about four years ago, and his only son succumbed to cancer.

He states that his grandsons are not interested in working as agricultural workers. His three daughters are married and in their respective families. He had a family split with his brother’s family a long time ago. He was heavily discouraged from going to school when he was young as his family preferred his help as a laborer to support the family.

They used to tie him up so that he couldn't attend school. He voices his concern over lack of facilities, equipment, electricity for agricultural use. He asks for more power supply for the farmers so that he, along with many other farmers can save their crop.

The yields of this fields have reduced by about forty percent. He worked in his debut film in the movie industry at the age of 97. He worked in the Kannada movie Thithi. He plays the character of a one-hundred-year-old and how his entire village including his son, grandson, and great-grandson have different views and opinions about his death.

He admits that he is not a professionally trained actor, so he neither has any clue about the filmmaking procedure nor the process of acting. His performances are from the heart and his natural emotions. Nevertheless, he is very sure of the fact that the audiences will relish his acting.

He watched movies when he was younger in Melukote and Pandavapura, but now watches them only on the television, even though he doesn't understand most of the things. The last one he recalls watching is Narasinga.

His effortless acting in Thithi made him the face of Sandalwood in the international film festivals. He is now known more popularly as Century Gowda. The film also went on to win a National Award. His spectacular yet effortless work in his debut movie led to more offers which led him to work in two other projects like Yen Ni Problemmu and Tharle Village.

He worked in Thathanna Thithi Mommagana Prasta which released in the year 2017. He was also a part of the Kannada film Haalu Thuppa which was directed by Shashank Raj in the year 2017. His recent movie was Chinnada Gombe in the year 2018.

Prashanth Siddi Kannada Actor

Prashanth Siddi

Born on June 15, 1990, in India, Prashant Siddhi is a popular actor in India. He has worked in Kannada film Industry predominantly. He belongs to the community of the Siddis who were earlier the member of the Bantu tribe residing in the Southeast of Africa. Siddis came to India in 628 AD as traders, missionaries and slaves. They settled down in parts of Gujarat as well as Karnataka. Being an economically backward tribe and community, they emerged as farmers as well as undertook animal husbandry. TO Prashanth, Bangalore was a land of opportunities and he wanted to make the most of it. In an interview with the Economic Times, he revealed that he always felt like an outsider in Bangalore. People in the television Industry did not even look at his pictures. The shopkeepers overcharged him thinking that he was an African. People laughed at his ambitions. But when he spoke Kannada they warmed u and became affectionate. Language helped him bond with the people of Bangalore. He landed in his first movie that is ‘Paramathma’. After that he has worked in films like Bullet Basya (2015), Kendasampige (2015), Happy Birthday (2016), Prema Geema Jane Do (2016), Jaquar (2016), Beautiful Manasugalu (2017), First Love(2017), College Kumar (2017), Bhootayyana Mommaga Ayyu (2018) and O Premave (2018). One of his celebrated performance is ‘Happy Birthday’ which was released in the year 2016. It revolves around the life of Sachin who is a happy go lucky boy residing in Mandya. He falls deeply in love with a girl named Anjali. Anjali’s father is an alcoholic and the plot revolves around the question of whether Sachin will be able to get back her father his long lost pride. The film was Directed by K. Mahesh Sukhadhare. Another acclaimed performance of his was the film ‘Kendasampige’. The story is about the two lovers who are forced circumstantially to take a path they did not wish to but do so as police are chasing them. The movie was directed by Soori a.k.a. Duniya Soori. ‘Prema Geema Jane Do’ is also a celebrated work of his which hit the cinemas in the year 2016. The film revolves around the hero starting a journey to discover a new place and meets new people in the process. It is a soft romantic comedy. The story reveals the reason why he hates the idea of love and what has been his past. The Director of the movie was Kwnja Chethan Kumar.