"Senna Hegde is a Malayalam Film director and a famous Screenwriter. Particular contributions of him for the Indian Film Industry came for the Malayalam Cinema and Kannada Cinema. His debut film was the 2016 docudrama. The talented Hegde took birth in an upper-middle-class Kannadiga family. He spent his early life in northern Kerala, watching Malayalam Films. After graduating with a Master’s Degree in Information Technology from the Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane; he went on to become the business analyst in the United States for four years.

Moving to the Gulf Cooperation Council, he spent the next eight years working for various advertising agencies selling out 30-seconds solutions. He returned to India back in 2014 after spending a lot of time outside India. Hegde worked with Rakshit Shetty's script team for rakshit’s 2014 film Ulidavaru Kandanthe. Back in his hometown in Kerala, Hegde turned his hand onto making his films and started showing interest in the cinema. Hegde wrote the full script for his debut feature film, 0-41, in a record three days. It was a docudrama set in Kanhangad; it follows the lives of players on two rival volleyball teams.

With a budget of ₹7 lakh, which are nearly 10000 US dollars, a crew of four people, and a camera named Canon 5D Mark III, he shot the 91-minute film in just over nine days. The six-member cast were not very professional actors, who gave their performance what the famous Indian director Anurag Kashyap described as an ""innocence”. The film made its world premiere and showed its global presence at the 11th 'Cinema on the Bayou' film festival in Lafayette, Louisiana on 26 January 2016. The movie has not been released commercially. Hegde is working on his second film, Katheyondu Shuruvagide, a Kannada romantic comedy starring Diganth and Pooja Devariy. "