BV Bhaskar

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B. V. Bhaskar
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Born
Occupation
  • Actor
  • Producer
  • Cricketer
  • Financial Advisor
Years active2008 – present
Height6.0 ft (183 cm)
Parent(s)K. S. Venkata Raju, Jayalakshmi
Websitebvbhaskar.in

BV Bhaskar is an actor who appears in Bollywood (Hindi movies) & Sandalwood (Kannada movies). He got a break in mainstream cinema and debuted in a Sandalwood Movie, Veeraparampare, directed by S. Narayan. He also contributed himself as a cricketer. He has made up to Ranji Trophy and has played for County Championship English County Cricket League and is a Star player of the Celebrity Premier League for Karnataka Bulldozers. For further details one can visit his webpage"http://bvbhaskar.in" [1][2][3][4]

Life history[edit | edit source]

Bhaskar was born in Mysore and brought up in Bangalore. He completed his degree in Acharya Patashala College, Bengaluru, Karnataka. He entered into the game of cricket through the inspiration of his father, who was a scientist at Defence Research and Development Organisation under Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam.

Film career[edit | edit source]

In 2006, Bhaskar accepted a role as a theatre actor and got an offer to play in Mane Mane Kathe at the iconic Ravindra Theater. After that, he got an opportunity to act in more than 20 plays and perform as a linguistically holistic actor in Urdu, Hindi and English languages. In the year of 2008, he got an opportunity to act in mainstream cinema and debuted in the Kannada movie Veera Parampare. Apart from Veera Parampare, he also acted in many Sandalwood movies like Warewaha, Munjanne, Ondu Kshanadalli, Aane Pataaki and Kempiruve. He also acted in small roles in a few Bollywood movies, including MS Dhoni and Naam Shabana.

Film History
Year Film Language
2010 Veera Parampare Kannada
2011 Vaare vah Kannada
2012 Ondu Kshanadalli Kannada
2012 Munjane Kannada
2013 Aane Pataaki Kannada
2014 Streeshakti Kannada
2015 Rebel Kannada
2016 24 Hindi action thriller television series aired on Colours TV
2016 M.S. Dhoni: The Untold Story Hindi
2017 Kempirve Kannada
2017 Naam Shabana Hindi
2018 Genius Hindi
2019 Pardesi c/o London Kannada
2020 Salaga (film) Kannada movie
2020 Dheeran Kannada Movie

Cricketing career[edit | edit source]

Bhaskar proved his talent not only in the sandalwood industry but also in cricket and done notable achievements. He started his cricketing career when he was in school days. He made cricket as his passion played minor county cricket and selected in the Ranji squad of Karnataka. He properly managed both his studies and passion for cricket. During his college days, he represented Bangalore University as a cricketer and later secured a job in a bank due to his contributions to the cricketing circle. He played for the state senior under 25, because of his consistency and passion towards cricket when working. He played for karnataka and scored 177 runs against Hyderabad and got a huge support for the local team. He maintained a perfect balance between academics and sports, and later on with career and sports. He was a part of the ‘Celebrity Premier League’ and played for Karnataka bulldozers. He scored 20 runs off the last over against Chennai rhinos in CCL match "1 BALL: 8 RUNS yes impossible but our Blastic Bhaskar did it in the match against Chennai in CCL 4. He hit last ball six which was no ball and turned the match upside down. He wrote the history in CCL matches which no one could beat in CCL till date" Media went Gaga on his achievement. He led the team to victory which will remain as the part of the audiences, forever.

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