Saikumar Pudipeddi Biography Family Wife Photos Age Biodata Profile Height Profile Movies
Name Saikumar Pudipeddi
Other names Saikumara Sarma Pudipeddi
Children 2, including Aditya Pudipeddi
Father P. J. Sarma
Mother Krishna Jyothi
Family P. Ravi Shankar (brother)
Occupation Actor, dubbing artist, television presenter.
Years active 1976–present
Height 1.73 m (5 ft 8 in)
Residence Hyderabad, Telangana, India. Ethnicity - (Telugu), Mother Tongue - Telugu
Sai Kumar was born to P. J. Sharma and Krishna Jyothi. Kumar's mother, Krishna Jyothi, is an actress of Kannada who has played with Kannada thespian Dr.Rajkumar and other people in films like Sri Krishna Garudi, Makkala Rajya and others. Ravi P.J. Sharma's father was also an actor and dubbing artist who has worked in numerous Telugu, Kannada and Tamil films. His brother P. Ravi Shankar is the main actor in support of the Kannada Cinema and also a dubbing artist
He began his career at an early age of his life as a doubling child artist. His father, P. J. Sarma, was a dubbing conductor. Sai Kumar followed in the footsteps of his father, having doubled for Suman and Rajasekhar for many of their films. Sai Kumar has an exceptional dialogue delivery and clarity of Telugu's diction in his voice.
He became famous as a very successful star in 1996 from the history of the Kannada film police which was also dubbed in Telugu and Tamil. The film became the biggest blockbuster of the year and Sai, as the main hero, played in a series of Kannada movies turned back. His films Kannada Agni IPS, Kumkuma Bhagya, Police Story 2, Death Lockup, Circle Inspector, Central Prison, Bete Police, Mane Mane Ramayana have been major box office successes and Sai Kumar became a familiar name in Karnataka. Saikumar, in all his talks, said: "I am indebted to Karnataka for having made me a star and gave me Police Story during my days of struggle. His recent hit film by Kannada, Rangitaranga, who created recordings is another milestone in Sai's career. He was one of the top 300 Indian films in the Oscars in 2016, and his performance in the film was not only highly appreciated by the critics, but he also won an IIFA prize at IIFA Utsavam 2015.
He also acted in Bapu's Sneham (1977) as a brother of Madhavi and gave very good performances.
Nandi Award for Best Villain – Samanyudu (2006)
Nandi Award for Best Supporting Actor – Prasthanam (2010)
IIFA Award for Best Supporting Actor (Kannada) – RangiTaranga (2015)
CineMAA Award for Best Supporting Actor – Prasthanam (2010)
Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actor – Telugu - Samanyudu (2006)
Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actor – Telugu - Prasthanam (2010)
Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actor – Kannada - RangiTaranga (2015)