Prem Kumar Biography

Born 18 April 1976 (age 39) Karnataka

Occupation Actor

Other names Nenapirali Prem

Prem Kumar is an Indian actor who works in Kannada movies. He made his debut in acting in 2004 through the film Praana. He earned much acknowledgment and won Filmfare Award for Best Actor for Nenapirali in the year 2005. He is famously known as Lovely Star in Kannada movies.

Prem Kumar’s next release was Shatru which included him wear the part of a cop surprisingly. In spite of the fact that he got ideal surveys for his execution, the film fizzled in the cinema world.

Prem is also called Nenapirali Prem, after the film Nenapirali which got him the Filmfare Award for Best Actor. He appeared with the film Praana yet it was not a win in the cinematic world nor was it widely praised. He’s presently viewed as a bankable star in Sandalwood in the wake of giving numerous effective films. He won another Filmfare Award for Best Actor for the film Charminar.

In 2008, Prem collaborated with Rathnaja yet again for the film Honganasu. Prem had high trusts on the film and had included himself intensely in the film; however this too sank without a follow. It was a basic disappointment also. After these misfortunes, Prem declared that he was interested in act in remake movies and expeditiously joined to act in Ghauttham, a revamp of Tamil film Aahaa in 2009. In 2010, he collaborated with fortunate actress Ramya for the film Jothegara. Different movies which he marked are Januma Janumadallu with Andrita Ray, Sihi Muttu nearby Dhyan and Pooja Chopra, and a cameo in Shivarajkumar’s travel event Cheluveye Ninne Nodalu in Eradane Maduve.

Prem started his 2011 profession with a cameo appearance in the multi-starer film Eradane Maduve which had Ananth Nag and Suhasini in the fundamental lead. Later he featured in I Am Sorry Mathe Banni Preethsona, a film which made news for its questionable kiss scene between the lead pair. The starting arrival of the film was for the brief length of time because of the discussions. But, it saw a re-release around the same time and was acknowledged for its substance but did not do well in the cinematic world. The other film of the year was Dhan Dhana Dhan with Sharmila Mandre which too failed at the box office.

After a series of failures and no film in the year 2012, Prem had a major film in 2013 starting with popular director Roopa Iyer. While the Kannada adaptation got a decent opening, the Tamil film neglected to open even in the cinema world. This was trailed by R. Chandru’s Charminar which discovered achievement and his execution was discussed with lauding him that “this” could well be viewed as his best film. He got his second Filmfare Best Actor honor for this film. His next film was Shatru which highlighted him wear the role of a cop surprisingly. In spite of the fact that he got a positive response for his acting, the film fizzled in the cinema world.

His other long pending films like Shatru and Athi Aparoopa got a cool reaction in the cinema world in 2014. However, his other 2014 film Fair and Lovely with director Raghuram performed to a great degree well in the cinema world and earned him numerous honors and grants. Among his expected films incorporate a cameo appearance in the all-ladies group film Ring Road and a lead role in a sentimental film Mast Mohabbat.

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