Aditya (actor)

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Aditya Singh
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Aditya on the sets of 2007 film, Snehana Preethina
Years active2004–present
Parent(s)Rajendra Singh Babu
Anuradha Singh
RelativesRishika Singh (sister)
D. Shankar Singh (grandfather)
Vijayalakshmi Singh (aunt)
Jai Jagadish (uncle)

Aditya is an Indian film producer and actor, primarily appearing in Kannada films. He made his acting debut in 2004, starring in Love and went on to appear in several commercially successful films. He is the son of Kannada director Rajendra Singh Babu.

Personal life[edit | edit source]

Aditya was born in Bangalore. He did his schooling in Poorna Prajna Education Center and St. Joseph's High School at Mysore and later graduated from St. Joseph's in Bangalore. [1]

Career[edit | edit source]

Aditya's career began at the age of 21, when he began producing many of the films directed by his father. In 1997, he also won the National Award for the best film for Mungarina Minchu. Later, he joined the acting course at Kishore Namith Kapoor Acting School and there he trained to act in films. Soon after this, he started acting in films. Even before his Kannada debut, he acted in the Hindi remake of the popular Kannada movie A. K. 47, with the same title.[2]

His debut in Kannada was with the 2004-released Love, which had an ensemble cast including Mohanlal, Rakshita and Amrish Puri, directed by his father and with music composed by Bollywood composer Anu Malik. The much hyped film failed at the box office. It was the 2005 released Deadly Soma that gained Aditya fame. He played the lead protagonist in the film and earned critical acclaim.[3]

Filmography[edit | edit source]

Year Film Title Role Notes
2004 Love Vikram "Vicky" Debut film
2004 A. K. 47 Rudra Pratap Hindi film Credited as Audhitya Singh
2005 Aadi Aadi
2005 Deadly Soma Somashekara
2006 Ambi Ambi
2006 Mohini 9886788888 Varun
2006 Madana Madana / Putta Dual roles
2007 Arasu Vinay Guest appearance
2007 Kshana Kshana Samarth
2007 Snehana Preethina Adhi
2007 Eshwar Eshwar
2010 Deadly-2 Soma
2012 Shikari Dream Seller Cameo appearance
2012 Villain Tippu
2012 Edegarike Sona Template:Nominated - Filmfare Award for Best Actor - Kannada
2013 Sweety Nanna Jodi Siddharth
2013 Bhajarangi Special appearance
2015 Rebel Karthik
2015 Vaalu Anbu Tamil film
2017 Bangalore Underworld Ram/Maalik
2017 Chakravarthy ACP Suryakanth
2017 Naane Next CM Guest appearance Completed[4]
2019 Munduvareda Adhyaya filming
2019 Untitled Ravi Shrivatsa film Post-production
2019 Master ACP Bhairathi Post-production

References[edit | edit source]

  2. "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 9 October 2004. Retrieved 8 January 2017.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  3. "Aditya: A Rising Star of Kannada Film Industry". Mangalorean. 19 November 2006. Archived from the original on 7 April 2014.
  4. "Mussanje mahesh is on a roll". The New Indian Express. 24 May 2017. Retrieved 31 August 2017.

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