Born in 1985, Pokhara, Nepal, Siddharth Lamais a Nepali on-screen character. His dad Mr.Yavraj Lama is a movie producer, fight mater, and director. He graduated in management and worked with the Nepal National Sports Council.
Siddharth married Supriya Gurung Lama, the financial manager of D-Care Foundation. His mom is a homemaker, while sibling Ananda Lama is doing the exceptional work of Nepali crafted works and Buddhist artistic creations.
He is the MD of Cine Craft Entertainment Pvt.Ltd, a film generation organization possessed by his dad. He is likewise the secretary of D-Care Foundation which fills in as a feature of the Anti-drug Campaign Preservation Movement. Siddharth began his vocation in acting at six years old with the Malayalam movie '
' alongside Madhoo and Mohanlal, coordinated by Santhosh Sivan in 1992.
He became famous and got tremendous prevalence among the Malayali people for his part as the youthful Rimpoche. Aside from featuring as a tyke actor in a couple of Nepali movies and short movies, Siddharth played the lead in the 'Gandharva,' a Nepali film.
His first movie in Nepali was 'Devta' was created by his dad. He also acted as a child actor in a Hindi movie named Nazar Ke Samne in 1995. After a break, Siddharth came back to Malayalam cinema with 'Edavapathy,' a movie about uprooted Tibetans directed by Lenin Rajendran.
He assumes a twofold part of a priest named Upagupta/Siddhartha, who becomes hopelessly enamored with a youthful Malayali lady depicted by and released on 29 April of 2016. Siddharth is a recovered drug addict. He wrote a book on the topic named Drug and Drug Addiction.