Bank Janardhan

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Bank Janardhan
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Born
Janardhan

1948 (age 73–74)
NationalityIndian
Occupation
  • Film actor
  • drama artist

Janardhan, known by his stage name Bank Janardhan, was born in 1948 and is an Indian actor in the Kannada film industry.[1][2][3][4] He is well-known for his comedy and drama roles in various Kannada films and television series. Some of the notable films of Janardhan as an actor include News (2005), Shhh! (1993) and Tharle Nan Maga (1992). He acted in kannada television serials such as Paapa Pandu.

Career[edit | edit source]

Janardhan has acted in more than 750 movies. Before his film career, he worked in Vijaya Bank in Holalkere. Janardhan is usually a comedy actor playing supporting roles. He is known for playing a stingy father in Tharle Nan Maga. His performances with actors like Jaggesh, Doddanna and Tennis Krishna were well liked.

Filmography[edit | edit source]

Year Films Language
1991 Ajagajanthara Kannada
1991 Gauri Ganesha Kannada
1992 Tharle Nan Maga Kannada
1992 Belliyappa Bangarappa Kannada
1993 Shhh! (Kannada film) Kannada
1993 Rupaayi Raja Kannada
1997 Cheluva Kannada
1998 Kaurava Kannada
1998 Bhama Sathyabhama Kannada
2000 Khiladi Kannada
2001 Jipuna Nanna Ganda Kannada
2001 Shivappanayaka Kannada
2003 Thayi Illada Thabbali Kannada
2004 Ajju Kannada
2004 Agodella Olledakke Kannada
2004 Shwetha Naagara Kannada
2004 Hasige Iddashtu Kalu Chachu Kannada
2004 Nija Kannada
2004 Ranga S. S. L. C. Kannada
2004 Aha Nanna Tangi Madhve Kannada
2005 Mr Bakra Kannada
2005 Ugra Narasimha Kannada
2005 Kashi from village Kannada
2005 Nanna Love Madthiya Kannada
2005 News Kannada
2005 Moorkha Kannada
2006 7 O' Clock Kannada
2007 Mathad Matadhu Mallige Kannada
2007 Hettare Hennane Herabeku Kannada
2007 Ekadanta Kannada
2007 Circle Rowdy Kannada
2008 Kodagana Koli Nungitha Kannada
2008 Navashakthi Vaibhava Kannada
2008 Birse Tulu
2009 Minchu Kannada
2009 10th Class A Sec Kannada
2009 Bettadapurada Ditta Makkalu Kannada
2009 Gilli Kannada
2009 Nannedeya Haadu Kannada
2010 Preethiya Theru Kannada
2010 Crazy Kutumba Kannada
2010 Kiladi Krishna Kannada
2010 Nooru Janmaku Kannada
2010 Idre Gopi Bidre Papi Kannada
2010 Banni Kannada
2010 Chandulli Cheluve Kannada
2010 Lift Kodla Kannada
2010 Vichitra Premi Kannada
2010 Nannavanu Kannada
2010 Naa Raani Nee Maharani Kannada
2010 Holi Kannada
2010 Aithalakkadi Kannada
2010 Parole Kannada
2010 Preethi Andre Ishtena Kannada
2010 Narada Vijaya Kannada
2011 Namitha I Love You Kannada
2011 9 To 12 Kannada
2011 Tuglak Kannada
2011 5 Idiots Kannada
2011 Olavina Gelathi Kannada
2011 Kadhimaru Kannada
2011 Dudde Doddappa Kannada
2011 Engagement Kannada
2012 Love College Telugu
2012 Namma Kalyani Kannada
2012 Chitranna Kannada
2012 Gagan Sakhi Kannada
2013 Devarane Kannada
2013 Sri Amareshwara Mahatme Kannada
2013 Benki Birugali Kannada
2014 Dosthi Kannada
2014 Kalyanamasthu Kannada
2014 Billion Dollar Baby Kannada
2014 Gandhiji Kanasu Kannada
2014 hasiru kranti veera[ramesh gadadannavar] Kannada
2014 Power*** Kannada
TBA Kalaberake Kannada
2016 khanana

Television[edit | edit source]

  • Papa pandu - ETV Kannada
  • Mangalya - Udaya TV
  • Jokali - Udaya TV
  • Robo family - ETV Kannada

See also[edit | edit source]

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References[edit | edit source]

  1. "Guruprasad's first Kannada release-'Agni Mushti'". news18.com. Archived from the original on 9 June 2018.
  2. "Man who gave Kannada films an edge dies". bangaloremirror.indiatimes.com. Archived from the original on 19 January 2018.
  3. "7411190429 Preview". indiaglitz.com. Archived from the original on 9 June 2018.
  4. Rajadhyaksha, Ashish; Willemen, Paul (10 July 2014). Encyclopedia of Indian Cinema. ISBN 9781135943257. Archived from the original on 9 June 2018.

External links[edit | edit source]

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