Films made in the four major South Indian languages have much in common by way of production locations, technicians as well as other behind the screen facilities and functions. Sometimes there are also “on screen” synergies by way of multilingual movies made simultaneously in Tamil, Telugu, Kannada and Malayalam. This has given rise to a group of multi lingual stars who are equally adept in any of these languages.
Apart from the multi-lingual versions, they also take part in single language versions even in those languages which are not their own native tongues. Samyukta is one such versatile actress from the south, who though basically from Karnataka has worked in movies in all the South Indian languages, and not just for the sake of records, but has received accolades for her acting in all the different languages. Like the more famous
, she also started her career as a TV anchor on Kannada TV, and then slowly worked her way up into movies.
Her full name of course is Samyukta Hornad, though she prefers to drop her title in movie castings. What has characterised her roles in movies is that they not only received critical appreciation, but at the same time were hits at the box office, starting right from her first screen appearance in “Lifeu Ishtene”. In fact her breakthrough into movies was quite eventful, having bagged the best debut actress for her performance in the film. She later on also became a recipient of the prestigious South Indian International Movie Awards (SIIMA) in 2013, making her presence felt in the entire South Indian diaspora, specifically in South East Asia.
The Filmfare award for the best supporting actress in South Indian movies also came her way in the very next year. In spite of her obvious talent and popularity she has been choosy about her roles and has so far not acted in as many films as would have befitted her talents and standing. However, she still has years ahead, having been in the industry for just about 7 years till now. Industry insiders feel she has much more to contribute not only for her native Kannada film industry but also to South Indian films in general.
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Samyukta Hornad is an Indian movie performing artist who shows up in Kannada movies. She made her first grand appearance in a motion picture, Lifeu Ishtene, which waspopular. Furthermore, it did exceptionally well at the movie theatres and was counted amongst the best five motion pictures of the year. She has been referred for the leading debut on-screen character for the same motion picture in substantially all of the Filmfare award events comprising the South Indian International Movie Awards (SIIMA) 2013.
Her latest movie was with
as her co-star who is multilingual in Kannada, Telugu, and Tamil. It's named Un Samayal Arayil, Ullavacharu Biryani, Oggarane in Tamil, Telugu, and Kannada, respectively. Her films include Jigarthanda, Maarikondavaru Dayavittu Gamanisi, Arishedvarga, Kaffi Thota, and right now working in one Telugu movie, and two Kannada based motion pictures. Samyukta Hornad is a proficient fashion icon and On-screen character staying in Karnataka. She completed her undergrad studies in Mass Media, English, and Psychological Science at Christ Deemed to be University in Bangalore.
Before starting her career as a lead performing artist, she initiated her profession as a Television show anchor-women. She has mostly shown up in Bollywood movies, and is a lead Performing artist within the movie industry. She has been a consistent and conspicuous confront at protestations like Steel flyover, save Cubbon Park, animal rights, and numerous more. So it's not astonishing that Hornad will be playing the role of an ecologist in her next movie. “When the character was composed, everybody consistently came up with my name,” she says.
Calling herself ‘Destiny’s Child,’ Hornad was found by the producer , who highlighted her in his leading directional motion picture. Hornad was fair 17 when she made her first debut movie. Although she was into theatre, performing in motion pictures was an entirely new ball play for her. She says that everything is boisterous and expressive in theatres. But in motion pictures, there is a parcel of nuances that are to be considered.
For illustration, it took a lot of training not to repeat the movie track while shooting it. Other than her acting abilities, Hornad is additionally at the dwelling end of numerous compliments on her naturally wavy hair. After her vacations, her schedule seems quite hectic with four proposals in a row for Hornad: Mysore Masala: The UFO Incident, Arishadvarga, Ruddy Rum, andNanu Mattu Gunda.