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Name Ganesh Venkatraman
Date of Birth:20-03-1980
Ganesh Venkatraman is an Indian actor, who has appeared in six different Indian regional film industries. (2008), before winning critical acclaim for his work in Unnaipol Oruvan (2009) and Kandahar (2010).
Ganesh, who was first in Tamil television. He made his film debut with The Angrez (2006), an experimental crossover film shot in Hyderabadi Urdu but could not garner any further film offers immediately. Subsequently, he made his debut in Tamil cinema with Radha Mohan's family drama, Abhiyum Naanum (2008). Ganesh successfully auditioned for the role in Mumbai, by turning up the Sikh character in the film, prompting the makers to believe that he was actually in Punjabi. Portraying as Trisha's Punjabi fiancé, his role received critical acclaim and the film performed well at the box office. After working with Prakash Raj in his second film, Ganesh starring veteran actors. He has been working with Kabbalah and Mohanlal in the bilingual film Unnaipol Oruvan (2009, while he was portrayed as an army general in Major Ravi's war film Kandahar, where he appeared with Mohanlal and Amitabh Bachchan. by Selva, but the film has failed to get the theatrical release owing to Kavithalayaa Productions' financial troubles. During the period, Ganesh also opted out of another multi-starrer Tamil and Hindi film, Panithuli (2012), in (2012), which became his first straight Telugu film.
Ganesh worked on three projects in 2013, prioritising his work on Tamil cinema. He appeared in Sundar C's bilingual film, Theeya Velai Seiyyanum Kumaru in a supporting role of an office worker, while he was seen as a police officer in the film action, Ivan Veramathiri. He also portrayed the role of a prince in Roopa Iyer's Kannada and Tamil bilingual film, Chandra, and revealed that he signed on after hearing that Shriya Saran would be portraying the lead role. (2015), the psychological thriller Achaaram (2015) and the drama Pallikoodam Pogamale (2015), both of which had low key theatrical releases. During the same year, he also portrayed a supporting role in Mohan Raja's Thani Oruvan (2015), which went on to become a blockbuster at the box office. (2016), in which he wrote his first novel, "The Thing", and "7 Naatkal (2017) was able to perform well commercially for his role in Inayathalam, Ganesh spent time with the Chennai character.
Ganesh will appear in Vanangamudi (2017) as a police officer alongside Aravind Swamy. His long-delayed Hindi film, Guns of Benaras, where he stars alongside Vinod Khanna, is also expected to have a theatrical release in late 2017.
Ganesh Venkatraman got engaged to actress Nisha Krishnan in February 2015, and the pair married in November 2015.