Bollywood Actors

T. S. Nagabharana

T. S. Nagabharana

T. S. Nagabharana Bio :

Born: 23 January 1953
Age: 65 years
Birthplace: Bengaluru
Awards: National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Kannada
Children: Pannaga Bharana

Talakadu Srinivasaiah Nagabharana commonly known as T. S. Nagabharana is an actor, director, film producer from South India. He was born in 1953 Bangalore, India and primarily known in the Kannada film industry. Besides, he is also the key player in parallel cinema. He is among someone who has acted in both the mainstream and parallel media at the same time. He has also gained popularity in small screen as he did in the film industry. Besides, he is also in screenwriting and theatres. He did his schooling from Bangalore, while he holds his degree in Law and Science. Since his college days, he has been involved in street plays and has been the director of his college time stage plays.

He has worked with many big names in plays and theatre world including B. V. Karanth, Girish Karnad, and Chandrashekhara Kambara. He founded his own theatre group called Benaka in which he was involved in a number of jobs like writing, management, composing, lighting, directing, editing, acting and even camera work. This has led him to bag a special award from the Government of India for his contribution in theatres. Besides, the plays and theatre work, he has been also involved in small screen and TV. He has worked for some TV serials for DD since it started. He has worked for many teleserials like Shasraphan, and he did a show called Stone Boy, which was an Indo-Mauritius venture.

Some of his other shows include Tenali Rama, shows in Bangalore Doordarshan, and a wide range on other TV channels like Sun TV, Udaya TV, and many more national networks. Some of his regional work on small screen include Mussanje, Tirugu Bana, Namma Nammalli, Sankranthi, Gelathi, and Aradhana. He has directed a number of films as well, which include Grahana, Bangarada Jinke, Anveshane, Praya Praya Praya, Banker Margayya, Prema Yuddha, and Aahuti, which remained his earlier work. Some of his recent work as an executive include Kamsaale Kaisaale, Vasundhara, and Allama.

As an actor, he has worked in a number of movies which include Adi Shankaracharya, Accident, Neela, Mr. Garagasa, Kirataka, Kamsaale Kaisaale, Vasundhara, Jai Lalitha, Uppina Kagada, and Allama. He has bagged a number of awards for many of his films and plays. In fact, he has a long list of awards, which he has bagged in his career in every award platform. Out of his 34 movies, he has managed to get awards for his 14 films that too from the top agencies. With his high profile, he has remained the part and parcel of many literary groups and organizations. His upcoming movie is KGF, which is all set to hit the screens this Christmas Eve.

T. S. Nagabharana Filmography :

Year Film
1978 Grahana
1980 Bangarada Jinke
1982 Anveshane
1982 Praya Praya Praya
1983 Banker Margayya
1983 Prema Yuddha
1984 Onti Dwani
1984 Makkaliralavva Mane Thumba
1985 Aahuti
1985 Nethra Pallavi
1986 Nenapina Dhoni
1987 Ravana Rajya
1987 Sedina Sanchu
1987 Aasphota
1989 Santha Shishunala Sharifa
1989 Surasundaranga
1989 Premagni
1991 Mysore Mallige
1991 Stone Boy
1993 Chinnari Mutha
1993 Aakasmika
1994 Sagara Deepa
1995 Naviddeve Echarike
1995 Janumada Jodi
1996 Nagamandala
1997 Vimochane
1999 Janumadatha
2001 Neela
2002 Singaaravva
2003 Chigurida Kanasu
2006 Kallarali Hoovagi
2009 Nam Yajamanru
2012 Kamsaale Kaisaale
2014 Vasundhara
2017 Allama


As Actor :

Year Film
1983 Adi Shankaracharya
1985 Accident
2001 Neela
2008 Mr. Garagasa
2011 Kirataka
2012 Kamsaale Kaisaale
2014 Vasundhara
2014 Jai Lalitha
2016 Uppina Kagada
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