Sudeep Sanjeev

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Sudeep has been described by critics as one of the most talented actors in the Kannada cinema. He was listed first in the Times 25 Most Desirable Men in Bangalore in 2012. In 2012, he was given a title, "Abhinaya Chakravarthy" by a Kannada organization, Karnataka Rakshana Vedike.

In 2013, he was appointed as the Brand Ambassador for Bangalore Traffic Police Department and Income Tax Department.

In 2013, on World AIDS Day, Sudeep teamed up with Vijay Raghavendra and other actors to record voiceovers for the TeachAIDS interactive software, developed at Stanford University.

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"Sudeep Sanjeev (born 2 September 1973), better known mononymously as Sudeep or as Kichcha Sudeep, is an Indian film actor, director, producer, screenwriter, television presenter, and singer, who primarily works in Kannada language films, in addition to appearances in Telugu, Hindi and Tamil language films.

Sudeep is known for his performances in the Kannada films Sparsha (2000), Huchcha (2001), Nandhi (2002), Kiccha (2003), Swathi Muthu (2003), My Autograph (2006), No 73, Shanthi Nivasa (2007), Mussanjemaatu (2008), Veera Madakari (2009), Just Maath Maathalli (2010), Kempe Gowda (2011), the Telugu-Tamil bilingual Eega (2012) and the Hindi film Dabangg 3 (2019).

He won the Filmfare Award for Best Actor – Kannada for three consecutive years for his films Huchcha, Nandhi, and Swathi Muthu. Since 2013, he has been hosting the television reality show Bigg Boss Kannada.

ACTOR

Sudeep began his film career in Thayavva (1997). He then played a supporting role in Prathyartha, directed by Sunil Kumar Desai, and a lead role in the same director's Sparsha. In 2001, a role in Huchcha gave him his first big following. In 2008 he made his Bollywood debut in Phoonk. He has also starred in Ram Gopal Varma's movies Rann, Phoonk 2, and Rakta Charitra. They were followed by Kempe Gowda and Vishnuvardhana (2011).

Sudeep made his debut in Telugu cinema in 2012, with S. S. Rajamouli's Eega, a fantasy film in which he portrayed an industrialist who, on falling for an NGO worker (pla

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"Sudeep Sanjeev (born 2 September 1973), better known mononymously as Sudeep or as Kichcha Sudeep, is an Indian film actor, director, producer, screenwriter, television presenter, and singer, who primarily works in Kannada language films, in addition to appearances in Telugu, Hindi and Tamil language films.

Sudeep is known for his performances in the Kannada films Sparsha (2000), Huchcha (2001), Nandhi (2002), Kiccha (2003), Swathi Muthu (2003), My Autograph (2006), No 73, Shanthi Nivasa (2007), Mussanjemaatu (2008), Veera Madakari (2009), Just Maath Maathalli (2010), Kempe Gowda (2011), the Telugu-Tamil bilingual Eega (2012) and the Hindi film Dabangg 3 (2019).

He won the Filmfare Award for Best Actor – Kannada for three consecutive years for his films Huchcha, Nandhi, and Swathi Muthu. Since 2013, he has been hosting the television reality show Bigg Boss Kannada.

ACTOR

Sudeep began his film career in Thayavva (1997). He then played a supporting role in Prathyartha, directed by Sunil Kumar Desai, and a lead role in the same director's Sparsha. In 2001, a role in Huchcha gave him his first big following. In 2008 he made his Bollywood debut in Phoonk. He has also starred in Ram Gopal Varma's movies Rann, Phoonk 2, and Rakta Charitra. They were followed by Kempe Gowda and Vishnuvardhana (2011).

Sudeep made his debut in Telugu cinema in 2012, with S. S. Rajamouli's Eega, a fantasy film in which he portrayed an industrialist who, on falling for an NGO worker (pla

"Sudeep Sanjeev (born 2 September 1973), better known mononymously as Sudeep or as Kichcha Sudeep, is an Indian film actor, director, producer, screenwriter, television presenter, and singer, who primarily works in Kannada language films, in addition to appearances in Telugu, Hindi and Tamil language films.

Sudeep is known for his performances in the Kannada films Sparsha (2000), Huchcha (2001), Nandhi (2002), Kiccha (2003), Swathi Muthu (2003), My Autograph (2006), No 73, Shanthi Nivasa (2007), Mussanjemaatu (2008), Veera Madakari (2009), Just Maath Maathalli (2010), Kempe Gowda (2011), the Telugu-Tamil bilingual Eega (2012) and the Hindi film Dabangg 3 (2019).

He won the Filmfare Award for Best Actor – Kannada for three consecutive years for his films Huchcha, Nandhi, and Swathi Muthu. Since 2013, he has been hosting the television reality show Bigg Boss Kannada.

ACTOR

Sudeep began his film career in Thayavva (1997). He then played a supporting role in Prathyartha, directed by Sunil Kumar Desai, and a lead role in the same director's Sparsha. In 2001, a role in Huchcha gave him his first big following. In 2008 he made his Bollywood debut in Phoonk. He has also starred in Ram Gopal Varma's movies Rann, Phoonk 2, and Rakta Charitra. They were followed by Kempe Gowda and Vishnuvardhana (2011).

Sudeep made his debut in Telugu cinema in 2012, with S. S. Rajamouli's Eega, a fantasy film in which he portrayed an industrialist who, on falling for an NGO worker (played by Samantha Ruth Prabhu), kills her alleged lover, who begins to haunt him in the form of a housefly. The film and Sudeep's performance were highly acclaimed. In 2013, Bachchan and Varadanayaka were released. His next film was a drama titled Maanikya that he also directed, a remake of the Telugu film, Mirchi (2013). In 2015 he starred in Ranna, a remake of the Telugu film, Attarintiki Daredi, and played a cameo role as a Persian arms trader in Baahubali: The Beginning, directed by S. S. Rajamouli—the year's highest-grossing film.

He frequently sings in his screen roles, including Vaalee (2001), Chandu (2002), Ranga SSLC (2004), Nalla (2004), #73, Shaanthi Nivaasa (2007), Veera Madakari (2009), Kempe Gowda (2011), Bachchan (2013) and also for others movies such as Mandya to Mumbai (2014), Ring Road Shubha (2014) and Raate (2015).
In 2019, Sudeep was seen in the Hindi film Dabangg 3 where he played the archenemy of Salman Khan's Chulbul Pandey

DIRECTOR AND PRODUCER

He has directed Kannada movies like My Autograph, #73 Shanthi Nivaasa, Veera Madakari, Just Math Mathalli, Kempe Gowda, and Maanikya. He also wrote the script for Just Maath Mathalli.

He owns a film production company named Kiccha Creations, which is credited with My Autograph (2006).

TELEVISION

Sudeep made his TV debut in the serial Premada Kadambari, named after a line in the song Bandhana on Udaya TV. He was roped in to play the main host of the reality show Pyate Hudgeer-Halli Lifu, aired on Suvarna, which was an immediate success. Endemol Shine Group's flagship show Big Brother was adapted to Kannada as Bigg Boss Kannada, and Sudeep was chosen to play the host for the first season which was aired on ETV Kannada. He continued to host the second season on Asianet Suvarna. Colors Kannada (formerly ETV Kannada) regained the rights to the show in 2015 with Sudeep signing a five-season deal to host the show which was estimated to be around ₹20 crores (equivalent to ₹24 crore or US$3.4 million in 2019) which was a landmark deal in Kannada television industry."


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