Krishna (Kannada actor)

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Krishna
Born
Sunil Kumar N

12 June, 1985
NationalityIndian
Other namesKrishna
Madarangi Krishna
OccupationActor
Years active2009–present

Sunil Kumar N, popularly known with stage name Krishna, is an actor who primarily acts in Kannada films.[1] He started his career as an assistant director for Duniya Soori in the movie Jackie and later in Hudugaru. He then acted in a Kannada serial "Krishna rukmini", where he played the lead role of Krishna. The serial was so popular that people started calling by his on-screen name Krishna, which eventually became his official screen name. Krishna's major breakthrough as an actor came with superhit film Madarangi.[2][3] He hails from Mysore, holds an MBA and is the son of Nagappa, a retired police officer.

Krishna acted in and directed the critically acclaimed superhit Love Mocktail movie with Milana Nagaraj. [4]

Filmography[edit | edit source]

Year Film Role Notes
2010 Jackie CID Officer also assistant director
2011 Hudugaru Guest role, assistant director
2013 Madarangi Manu First as a lead
2013 Nam Duniya Nam Style Yogi
2014 Jolly Baru Matthu Poli Hudugaru
2015 Rudra Tandava Exteneded guest appearance
2015 Charlie Cheluvanarayana Swamy "Charlie"
2016 Doddmane Hudga Krishna
2016 John Jani Janardhan John
2017 Mumbai Jakathi
2018 Huchha 2 Raam
2020 Love Mocktail Aadhi Director and Producer
2020 Local Train TBA Filming
2021 Gurthunda Seethakalam - Telugu film; story writer only
2021 Love Mocktail 2 Aadhi Director and Producer
2021 Sugar Factory Filming
2022 Virgin TBA Filming

References[edit | edit source]

  1. "Kannada stars take on their character names". Times of India. Retrieved 12 September 2015.
  2. "Krishna new hero arrives!". Archived from the original on 11 November 2014. Retrieved 29 September 2014.
  3. Kannada film 'Madarangi' receives some great response
  4. "Krishna wears multiple hats for love mocktail - new india express". New india Express. 21 October 2019. Retrieved 7 January 2020.

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