SATHISH NINASAM

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  • Shivakumar, known by his stage name Sathish Ninasam, is an Indian performing artist who shows up in Kannada movies. Having made his film debut with Madesha (2008), Sathish showed up in little yet noteworthy parts in movies like Manasaare, Pancharangi, Lifeu Ishtene and Dramatization. He shot to notoriety after his execution in the 2013 film Lucia got basic praise.
  • Shivakumar began his profession as a theater performing artist in Ninasam, a social association situated in Heggodu in the Shimoga area of Karnataka. After a spell in TV for a year, he began his profession in movies in 2008 with a little part in Madesha. He then showed up in little however huge parts in movies like Manasaare, Pancharangi, Lifu Ishtene and Dramatization.
  • His part in Dramatization won him an assignment for SIIMA Recompense for Best Humorist. On the other hand, it was for his part in the 2013 widely praised mental dramatization film Lucia, that won him acclaim from faultfinders and group of onlookers alike. It debuted at the London Indian Film Celebration in July 2013 and his execution won him honors.
  • In the film, he assumes the part of Nikki, who works in a motion picture theater as a usher and experiencing A sleeping disorder. He falls back on a medication named Lucia, which on utilization gives him rest and gives him a chance to long for an existence he generally longed for. Around the same time, he showed up in Dyavre, in which his execution was lauded.
  • Like each mother out there, my mother needed me to see me having a wonderful gang. Supreetha is the affection for my life and she is a far relative too. She came into my life year prior and our wedding occurred with just close relatives and companions." "Yes I am joyfully hitched and favored with a child young lady" This was the announcement given by on-screen character Neenasam Sathish to Chitraloka.com.
  • At this time everybody from the business and people in general are entirely shocked to find that the on-screen character Neenasam Sathish was hitched and the news became known from no-where. In any case, the performing artist gladly uncovered that he is honored with a child young lady, was conceived on 26th July'15 at Girinagar Vinayaka Nursing home at 8.30AM (IST) Bengaluru.
  • As per on-screen character Ninasam Sathish, he really wanted to uncover the news after the arrival of his forthcoming flick Rocket. Indeed, even the performer is very stunned that the news broke early. Well you can't generally anticipate that things will fall as you plan! After all stars can't escape from the chasing cameras!
  • We too are cheerful for performing artist Ninasam Sathish. We seek and wish him the best after his future endowers'.
  • Could "stars" from the silver screen plummet to earth and help agriculturists in trouble?
  • Performer Sathish Ninasam, who played the hero in Lucia and hails from Mandya, has been going by the groups of agriculturists who have finished their life in Mandya and Mysuru regions. Besides, has declared his choice to share 10 for each penny of the benefit from his future undertakings for the reason for agriculturists.
  • This is a to start with, despite the fact that Mandya (known as the sugar dish of Karnataka) has created numerous stars. Mr. Ninasam contends there is nothing "unnatural" about this as he hails from the cultivating group from Yeladahalli in Mandya locale. He has two sections of land of area there and develops rice and sugarcane.
  • Rocket , which he is creating through Sathish Picture House, will hit the screens in September. "I will give 10 for every penny of the benefit earned through Rocket, and keep on putting aside an offer of my income from the film business to help the agriculturists in emergency by building up a trust," he told The Hindu .
  • Mr. Ninasam, who is stunned by the expanding number of agriculturists' suicides in his own terrace, said, "I don't know why ranchers are making the amazing stride. I thought the time has come to connect and ingrain certainty among them. Gift is only a little motion in addition to other things I have arranged."
  • Whenever inquired as to whether he would engage the film organization to copy his motion, he said, "It is individuals who made us watching so as to perform artists our movies. We are obliged to them. I can't request that others act the hero. I am just doing my bit at an individual level."
  • Performing artist Sathish Ninasam, who hails from Mandya, began off as an on-screen character in front of an audience, bit by bit moved to TV before making his imprint as a lead performer on the extra large screen. In front of the arrival of his up and coming film, Affection in Mandya, he addresses us about his own interface with the film, how troublesome he was as a youngster, his development as a performer and then some. Selections:
  • We hear that you were a to a great degree wicked youngster... Yes, I was. I was obsessed with movies as a kid. There was a custom in our town — on the off chance that somebody kicked the bucket, they would play a film on VCR outside the individual's home, that night, for everybody to watch. What's more, the sound would be loud to the point that individuals over the town would have the capacity to listen. Along these lines, the moment I would hear dialogs of a film, I would need to escape the house to watch the film. My mom would get so irate that she would bolt me inside the room. Since we all dozed in the same room, I would sit tight for everybody to nod off before discreetly slipping out. Not long after subsequent to leaving the room, I would bolt it from outside knowing exceptionally well that my mom would come searching for me amidst the night. Notwithstanding, she would some way or another figure out how to escape the room, come looking for me and drag me back home. In this way, my companions and I would sit tight for somebody to pass on in the town so we could all catch a film.
  • You hail from Mandya. Did Love in Mandya unite with you on an individual level? Yes, at a few purposes of time. There are numerous examples in the film that I have either experienced or seen. Also, I trust these are examples many individuals will join with. On an individual note, this film associated with me a ton in light of the fact that it highlights the numerous paths I've wandered as a kid, the nearby town amusements that we used to play and the vernacular, which is so near my heart. The most touching minute however was amid the shoot of a grouping, which demonstrates a young man's passing. In spite of the fact that it was only a scene in the film, it influenced me a ton. I was to a great degree moved and felt exceptionally irritate after the shot. That specific scene has greatly affected me.
  • As an on-screen character, you've fiddled with theater, TV and movies. How diverse have these three mediums treated you? Theater, TV and movies have their positives and negatives, yet for a yearning performer, the stage gives an exceptionally solid establishment. Theater has taught me well and changed me an awesome arrangement. It offered me the capacity to reprieve far from dreariness and look for change. TV, then again, was my bread and spread. It paid me well and offered me some assistance with becoming fiscally free and stable. On the other hand, I felt difficulties, feelings and morals blurred with TV. I didn't need stagnation; I needed to develop as an on-screen character, in this way, I chose to make the bounce to movies. With movies, consistently is another learning knowledge. From styles of acting to innovation, change is exceptionally dynamic and brisk in movies. In this way, to think about that consistent change is extremely energizing and teaching, and I feel lucky that I'm a piece of that medium.
  • What has been your most troublesome stage in Sandalwood? After my film Show discharged, I had the best and the most difficult stage in my vocation. It was a defining moment in my cloudy profession. In the event that that hadn't happened, I wouldn't have become any further. I got the chance to demonstrate my fortitude as an on-screen character with Show. Be that as it may, the acknowledgment I got additionally carried with it a few difficulties. While, on one hand, individuals valued me for my acting in the film, on the other, a great deal of tattle about me did the rounds. Individuals marked me as egotistical and impolite. Some showered me with film offers, however a few others didn't approach me passing by the tattle. It was troublesome for me to listen to all the negative things at in the first place, however I slowly started to disregard it thinking of it as a piece of my profession. Presently, I just concentrate on giving my 100% to each undertaking I take up.
  • Is Sathish Ninasam in adoration? No. At this time, I'm content with my life and don't need any purpose behind pressure or confusion. I am neither attempting to experience passionate feelings for nor urging the individuals who need to start an association with me. I trust that it's exceptionally hard to be an on-screen character and that too an effective one. What's more, considering that I am starting to make an imprint in the business, I would prefer not to welcome inconvenience. Notoriety carries with it a few hindrances, (for example, an absence of security) and I would prefer not to allow anybody to control the concentrate far from my work. I wish to clutch my diligent work and achievement.
  • Shivakumar (conceived 20 June), known by his screen name Sathish Ninasam or Sathish Neenasam, is an Indian on-screen character who shows up in Kannada movies. Having made his film debut with Madesha (2008), Sathish showed up in little yet critical parts in movies like Manasaare (2009), Pancharangi (2010), Lifeu Ishtene and Dramatization (2012). He shot to popularity after his execution in the 2013 film Lucia got basic recognition.
  • Taking after his theater vocation, Shivakumar showed up in Kannada television cleansers, for example, Paramapada, Takadimitha and Silli Lalli. After his spell in TV for a year, he began his profession in movies in 2008, when he was offered a cameo part in Madesha. He then showed up in little however critical parts in movies like Manasaare, Pancharangi, Lifu Ishtene and Dramatization. His part in Dramatization won him a designation for SIIMA Recompense for Best Humorist. Be that as it may, it was for his part in the 2013 widely praised mental show film Lucia, that won him acclaim from faultfinders and group of onlookers alike. It debuted at the London Indian Film Celebration in July 2013, and his execution won him honors. In the film, he assumes the part of Nikki, who works in a motion picture theater as a usher/"light shiner" and experiencing A sleeping disorder. He turns to a medication named Lucia, which on utilization gives him rest and gives him a chance to long for an existence he generally longed for. Around the same time, he showed up in Dyavre, in which his execution was lauded. Sathish's first arrival of 2014 was Anjada Gandu, a sentimental dramatization film set in a provincial setting, with him assuming the part of Santhu. In his next, Kwatle Sathisa, he assumed a comic part of Satheesha, a patient of interim memory misfortune, a part that won him acclaim from commentator.