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Friday, 15 September 2017

Arjun (Srinivasa Sarja) Family Marriage Wife Photos Biography Profile Biodata Age Height Details

Arjun (Srinivasa Sarja)   Family Marriage Wife Photos Biography Profile Biodata Age Height Details



Name Arjun (Srinivasa Sarja)
Date of Birth:  15-08-1962
Age:  55
Height 5 ft 8 in
Father Shakti Prasad  
Mother   Lakshmi Devi
Wife: Asha Rani
Son:  
Siblings:Kishore Sarja
Daughter:  Aishwarya, Anjana
Address  Chennai, Tamil Nadu
Residence Chennai, Tamil Nadu
Awards:
Occupation Actor, Director, Producer

Arjun Sarja (born August 15, 1962 as Srinivasa Sarja) is an Indian actor, producer and director known for his works mainly in Tamil cinema. He has also starred in some Telugu, Kannada and Malayalam films. [In 1993, he starred in S. Shankar's Blockbuster Gentleman which opened its doors to positive reviews, while Arjun won the State Award for Best Actor. Meanwhile, he played in shots such as Jai Hind (1994), Karnaa (1995) and the crime drama Kurudhipunal (1995), for which Arjun was rewarded by his role as the film became the " India's official entry for the 68th Academy Award Best Foreign Language Film.

In 1999, he played in the political drama Mudhalvan (1999). By finding an ambitious television reporter who had the opportunity to become the chief minister of Tamil Nadu for a day, Arjun offered bulk dates for the shooting of the project in Shankar. The film subsequently won positive reviews with Arjun described as "acquitted of aplomb in the difficult role". Arjun received the Tamil Nadu State Film Award for best actor for his role as well as many other nominations. Arjun then briefly experimented with milder roles with Kannodu Kanbathellam (1999) and as an energy agent for the civil service in Vaanavil (2000).

He was then featured in Vasanth's dramatic romantic drama Rhythm, where he played a photographer, who eventually fell in love with a widow. Featuring a popular soundtrack and opening to positive reviews, Rhythm has also become a commercial success. He continued with a lighter theme in his next director, Love Story Vedham (2001), as he ventured into Telugu cinema appearing in Raja's Hanuman Junction and Kannada Sri's devotional film Manjunatha (2001). In 2012, he appeared in his 150th film, Kannada Prasad's film was screened at the Berlin Film Festival. Arjun won the Karnataka State Film Award for best actor for his work in the film.

Private life

Arjun Sarja was born on 15 August 1958, in a family of Kannada in Madhugiri, in the State of Mysore. His father was Shakthi Prasad, an actor in the Kannada film, and his mother was Lakshmi, an art teacher. He had an elder brother Kishore Sarja, who was in charge of Kannada's films. He is married to Asha Rani, a former actress who appeared in the 1986 film Kannada Ratha Sapthami. Kannada, the actor Rajesh, is his father-in-law. Sarja has two daughters, Aishwarya and Anjana. Aishwarya Arjun made her actor debut in 2013. Her nephews Chiranjeevi Sarja and Dhruva Sarja both act in Kannada's films. Another nephew of Arjun, Bharat Sarja, will make his debut in 2013.

Sarja, inspired by Bruce Lee's 1973 film, Enter the Dragon, began practicing karate at the age of 16 and now has a black belt

Film career

Arjun's father, Shakti Prasad, a renowned actor of Kannada's films, did not want his son to become an actor and refused the offers of films that Arjun began to receive as a teenager. In a surprising move, film producer Rajendra Singh Babu succeeded in convincing Arjun to start shooting a feature film for his production house without the express authorization of Shakti Prasad and, consequently, his father accepted the career choice Arjun. The film Simhada Mari Sainya (1981) presented him as a junior artist and the director of the film gave him the artistic name of Arjun, replacing his original name Ashok Babu. While he began to impose Kannada films, he received an offer from actor-producer AVM Rajan and director Rama Narayanan to make a Tamil film Nandri. At the same time, he was offered a Telugu, Maa Pallelo Gopaludu film by Kodi Ramakrishna in Telugu, which was a great success and lasted one year in three centers. His career as an actor began to take off in the mid-1980s and he sometimes worked up to seven shifts in a day to follow the films he pledged to make

In 1990, his films lost the box office value and he was unemployed in Tamil and Telugu movies for nearly a year. He then chose to direct his feature film Sevagan (1992), a crime story that opened to mixed reviews but became a box office hit. Afterwards, Shankar cast him in the lead role in his first film, Gentleman, after much persuasion. Arjun had initially rejected the film without listening to Shankar's narrative, but the director's persistence prompted him to appear in the film as a vigilant against corruption. The film opened its doors to positive criticism and became a pioneer in the Tamil film industry, while achieving significant box office successes, while Arjun won the State Award for Best Actor. His change of fortune at the box office continued and Arjun began to gain ground as a leading bank stall in action films after his films, including his patriotic director Jai Hind (1994) and Karnaa (1995), where he played a dual role, went on to become a blockbusters. Kamal Haasan approached Arjun to play a policeman in the drama Kurudhipunal (1995), and the actor jumped on the opportunity and agreed to do the same film without hearing the narration. Arjun was rewarded with his role, while the film became the official entry of India for the 68th city of the Oscars.
In the late 1990s, his action films often had a patriotic theme, although he was still able to attract important producers and directors. After a series of unsuccessful action films, including his own adventure, Thaayin Manikodi (1998), he associated with Shankar in the drama Mudhalvan (1999). By finding an ambitious television reporter who had the opportunity to become the chief minister of Tamil Nadu for a day, Arjun offered bulk dates for the shooting of the project in Shankar. The film subsequently won positive reviews with Arjun described as "acquitted of aplomb in the difficult role." Arjun received the Tamil Nadu State Film Award for Best Actor for his role along with many other nominations. Arjun then briefly experimented with softer roles, portraying critically acclaimed Characters with "shades of gray" in Kannodu Kanbathellam of Prabhu Solomon (1999) and as an energy agent in Vaanavil (2000 ). He then participated in Vasanth's dramatic romantic drama Rhythm (2000), where he played a photographer, who eventually fell in love with another widower. With a popular soundtrack and opening to positive reviews, Rhythm also became a commercial success, with a critic noting "Arjun is as polite as ever" and adding "who would have conceived the idea that the" King Action "could try a soft- A natural role of this kind ". He continued with a lighter theme in his next director, Love Story Vedham (2001), as he ventured into Telugu cinema by appearing in Hanuman Junction of Raja and as a Hindu devotee to Sri Manjunatha (2001)
He has chosen to specialize in action films, often collaborating with specialist filmmakers such as Sundar C, Venkatesh and Selva. In the mid-2000s, he appeared in several action films with the same principle, often representing a policeman or local do-gooder. He directed and presented lead roles in the action films Ezhumalai (2002) and Parasuram (2003), while being involved in Arasatchi de Maharajan (2004). Some of his films, Giri (2004) and Marudhamalai, were box office successes, many of his projects were not, including Madrasi, Vathiyar (2006) and Durai, of which he was the writer. Despite not having achieved success in the 2000s, producers often regarded Arjun as a "minimal guarantee" player and felt that his big fan following the four southern states of India would help recover even through dubbed versions. In a rare experimental film for him in the decade, he depicted the role of the Hindu deity Hanuman in the devotional film of Sri Krishna Vamsi Sri Anjaneyam (2004) and worked on the film without receiving remuneration as an adhesive self-declared deity of the deity . He was also elected for a change as a realistic policeman in Bharathiraja's critically acclaimed Bommalattam (2008), where a critic believed that his "soft, subtle but implacable cop showcase was remarkable." The image of the "King of Action" has made him popular with audiences in downtown and the village, who appreciate the scenes of combat and cascade of the actor. He has therefore actively chosen to specialize in such films, often collaborating with directors specialized in action films such as Sundar C, Venkatesh and Selva. In the mid-2000s, he appeared in several action films with the same principle, often representing a policeman or local do-gooder. He directed and presented lead roles in the action films Ezhumalai (2002) and Parasuram (2003), while being involved in the large budget of Maharajan, Arasatchi (2004), which became a notable financial failure. His films Giri (2004) and Marudhamalai were rare box office successes in the period for the actor, many of his projects at the time not reproducing such success, including Madrasi, Vathiyar (2006) and Durai, of which he was the screenwriter. Despite the absence of films of significant success in the 2000s, producers have often regarded Arjun as a player of "minimum guarantee" and have estimated that his big fan following the four southern states of India would help recover money through a dubbed version. In a rare experimental film for him in the decade, he described the role of the Hindu deity Hanuman in the devotional film of Krishna Vamsi, Sri Anjaneyam (2004) and worked on the film without receiving remuneration as worshiper of the deity . It was also proposed for a realistic change in police officer in Bommalattam (2008), acclaimed by Bharathiraja's critic, where a critic estimated that "his showcase of the gentle, subtle but relentless cop was remarkable."
Since the turn of the decade, Arjun has attempted to move away from his image "king of action" and agreed to star in movies where he would play the antagonist or a supportive role, praising the critics of cinema. In 2011, Arjun accepted the opportunity to play an extended guest role alongside Ajith Kumar in the crime thriller of Venkat Prabhu, Mankatha, and critics praised his performance as a police offer in the blockbuster . The following year, he appeared in his 150th film, Kannada Prasad's film, for which he won the Karnataka State Film Award for best actor. Finding a middle-class father with a deaf and dumb son, Arjun noted that it was an enriching experience for him to break the monotony of his standard roles and try something different, admitting that he was moved by the script. The film opened its doors to positive critics unanimously in March 2012 and was then selected to be screened as the Berlin Film Festival, with labeling critics of Arjun's performance as an "amazing performance And his "best career". Arjun collaborated with director Mani Ratnam with Kadal (2013), in which the actor represented a negative role of a smuggler in the Tamil Nadu coastline. While the film opened to mixed reviews and became a box office failure, Arjun won rave reviews for his performance with Sify.com, noting that Arjun is "delightfully despicable in the most memorable negative role of his career "And The Hindu label as" brilliant. " 49] He was later rewarded for his representation of the real-life police officer, K. Vijay Kumar, in the bilingual film Vana Yuddham, the biopic of the notorious Veerappan forestry brigand, and his role as coach of swimming paralyzed in the romantic film of Vasanth, Moondru Per Moondru Kadal. His latest management, Jai Hind 2, contained a message about the declining state of the Indian education system. Made at a cost of 20 crore rupees, the film became a box office hit in Kannada, while the tamil version did not perform well at the box office.

Filmography

1979 Putani Agent 123
1981 Simhada Mari Sainya
1983 Aasha
Prema Yuddha
1984 Pooja Phala
Prema Jyothi
Nandri
Male Bantu Male
Kadamai
Pralayantaka
1985 Naagam
Maa Pallelo Gopaludu
Ilamai
Sivappu Kili
Vesham
Terror
Bangaru Chilaka
Engal Kural
Yaar?
Avan
1986 Naga Devatha
Na Ninna Preetisuve
Kutra
Prathidwani
Kotigadu
Cowboy No. 1
En Sabadham
Kulirkaala Megangal
Vettai
Konaseema Kurradu
Mannemlo Monagadu
1987 Manavadostunnadu
Nyayaniki Sankellu
Chinnari Devatha
Shankar Guru
Trimurtulu
Thayaramma Thandava Krishna
Kalyana Kacheri
Maonagadu
Prathispandhana
Garjinchina Ganga
Rakshasa Samharam
1988 Thaimel Aanai
Doctor Gari Abbai
Venghai
Thaai Paasam
Pattikaatu Thambi
Siripuram Chinnodu
Dhayam Onnu
Veguchukka Pagatichukka
Chilipi Donga
Coolie
August 15 Rathri
1989 Sondhakkaran
Vettai Vilai
Vettaiyaadu Vilaiyaadu
Annanukku Jai
Padicha Pulla
En Thangai
Enga Annan Varattum
Premagni
1990 Paattali Magan
Manaivi Oru Manickam
Periya Idathu Pillai
Prathap
Aatha Naan Pass Ayittaen
Thangaikku Oru Thalattu

1991 Thanga Thamaraigal
Enga Ooru Sippai
1992 Mudhal Kural
Sevagan
Annan Ennada Thambi Ennada
Police Lockup
Snehada Kadalalli
Shivanaga
1993 Alimayya
Prathap
Gokulam
Gentleman
Dhuruva Natchathiram
Karpagam Vanthachu
Rojavai Killathe
1994 Jai Hind
Mettupatti Mirasu
Sadhu
Maa Voori Maaraju
1995 Mudhal Udhayam
Karna
Kurudhipunal
Ayudha Poojai
1996 Sengottai
Subash
Drohi
1997 Adimai Sangili
1998 Kondattam
Thaayin Manikodi
Zulm-O-Sitam
Shubhavaarta
Hello Friend
1999 Suriya Paarvai
Mannavaru Chinnavaru
Suyamvaram
Kannodu Kanbathellam
Mudhalvan
2000 Sudhandhiram
Rhythm
Vaanavil
2001 Vedham
Sri Manjunatha

Hanuman Junction
2002 Ezhumalai
2003 Parasuram
Ottran
2004 Puttintiki Ra Chelli
Sri Anjaneyam
Arasatchi
Giri
Jaisurya
2005 Chinna
Aanai
2006 Madrasi
Sivakasi
Vathiyar
2007 Manikanda
Marudhamalai
Thavam
2008 Swagatam
Durai
Bommalattam
Thiruvannamalai
2009 Vayuputra
2010 Rama Rama Krishna Krishna
       Vandae Maatharam
        Vallakottai
2011 Mankatha
2012 This Weekend
        Maasi
       Prasad

2013 Kadal
Attahasa
Vana Yuddham
Moondru Per Moondru Kaadhal
2014 Jai Hind 2
      Abhimanyu






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