Vasishta N. Simha
Vasishta N. Simha
|Other names||Simha, Chitte|
Vasishta from Mysore, studied in Sharada Vilas School and Sadvidhya School. He did his PUC in Sri Sai Sathya Narayana pu college Banaswadi. Grabbing an opportunity to work with the music legend, Hamsalekha. He shifted base to Bengaluru and completed his graduation from National College, Basavanagudi.
In 2011, Vasishta quit his job as a software engineer and decided to enter the Kannada film industry as an actor. He initially worked on an unreleased film titled Hubballi Hudagaru, before having his first release with Arya's Love (2013). He subsequently made a breakthrough with his role as the main antagonist in Raja Huli (2013), a remake of the Tamil film, Sundarapandian (2012). He later also appeared in Rudra Tandava (2014), a remake of the Tamil film Pandiya Naadu (2013).
Vasishta then appeared in JKS's bilingual film, Alone, in a leading role alongside Nikesha Patel. Portraying the male lead, the film won mixed reviews and the actor managed to get an introduction into the Tamil film industry. He going to make his Tollywood debut with the film Narappa in 2021.
|2013||Arya's Love||Uncredited||Kannada film debut|
|2016||Karai Oram||John||Tamil film debut|
|Nan Love Track||Raaj|
|Godhi Banna Sadharana Mykattu||Ranga|
|2017||Upendra Matte Baa||Vasishta|
|2018||Tagaru||Chitte||Nominated -SIIMA Award for Best Supporting Actor – Male – Kannada|
|K.G.F: Chapter 1||Kamal|
|2020||India vs England||Kanishka|
|2021||Narappa||Seena||Amazon Prime Video film; Telugu film debut|
|2022||K.G.F: Chapter 2||Kamal||Cameo appearance|
As playback singer
|2016||Neecha Sullu Sutho Naalige||Kirik Party|
|2017||Marete Hodenu (unplugged)||Dayavittu Gamanisi|
|2018||6ne Maili Title Track||6ne Maili|
|2021||Bloodshed of Ramarjuna||Ramarjuna|
|Godhi Banna Sadharana Mykattu||2nd IIFA Utsavam||Best Actor in a Negative Role||Won|||
|6th SIIMA Awards||Won|||
|64th Filmfare Awards South||Best Supporting Actor||Won|
|Dayavittu Gamanisi||65th Filmfare Awards South||Nominated|||
|7th SIIMA Awards||Best Supporting Actor||Nominated|||
|Tagaru||8th SIIMA Awards||Nominated|||
|Mayabazar 2016||10th SIIMA Awards||Nominated|
- "Bracing for a Curve with a New Role".
- "Techie Vasishta N Simha is the new toast of Sandalwood – Times of India". The Times of India.
- "Stale Script, Shoddy Writing Washes Flick on to Shores of Boredom".
- Raghavan, Nikhil (4 July 2015). "Etcetera". The Hindu – via www.thehindu.com.
- "'Janatha Garage', 'Kirik Party' bag top honours at IIFA Utsavam 2017". Business Standard India. 30 March 2017. Archived from the original on 30 March 2017. Retrieved 11 April 2017.
- Winners: 64th Jio Filmfare Awards 2017 (South)
- "Nominations for the 65th Jio Filmfare Awards South 2018". filmfare. 8 June 2015. Retrieved 14 June 2020.
- "SIIMA Awards 2018 - Telugu, Kannada nomination list out". International Business Times. 5 August 2018. Retrieved 19 January 2020.
- "SIIMA 2019 FULL nominations list out!". Times Now. 18 July 2019. Retrieved 19 January 2020.
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