Puneeth Rajkumar Children: How Did He Manage Parenthood With His Acting Career?
An Indian actor, playback singer, television host, and producer, Puneeth Rajkumar primarily worked in Kannada. “Vasantha Geetha” (1980), “Bhagyavantha” (1981), “Chalisuva Modagalu” (1982), “Eradu Nakshatragalu” (1983), “Bhakta Prahaladha” (1983), “Yarivanu” (1984), and “Bettada Hoovu” (1985) were some of his most well-liked movies.
Since he was young, Puneeth has worked in the entertainment industry. For his portrayal as Ramu in Bettada Hoovu, he won the National Film Award for Best Child Artist. In this article, we will delve into the children of Puneeth Rajkumar.
Puneeth Rajkumar Children
Puneeth Rajkumar was born into a family of Kannada film professionals. Dr. Rajkumar, his father, was a matinee idol, performer, and actor. Parvathamma Rajkumar, Puneeth’s mother, was an Indian cinema distributor and producer. Of the family’s five children, Puneeth Rajkumar was the youngest. There were two older siblings for him.
Shiva and Raghavendra Rajkumar, his brothers, are both performers. Lakshmi and Poornima, his sisters, are not involved in the entertainment industry. On December 1st, 1999, Puneeth Rajkumar wed Kannada film producer Ashwini Revanath. Before getting married, the pair dated for more than a year. They have two daughters: the younger Vanditha and the older Drithi.
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Acting Career As A Child Artist
When Puneeth Rajkumar was only six months old, he made his debut appearance. He was a cast member of “Premada Kanike,” a thriller directed in Kannada by V. Somashekar. Then, at the age of one, he appeared in the musical film “Sanaadi Appanna” in the Kannada language.
The movie, which stars Puneeth, Jaya Prada, Ashok, Balakrishna, R. Sampath, Thoogudeepa Srinivas, Papamma, and Baby Madhavi, is based on the novel Kuniyitu Hejje Naliyithu Gejje by Krishnamoorthy Puranikthe. Puneeth portrayed the role of Shyam in the 1980 romance drama “Vasantha Geetha,” which was directed by Dorai-Bhagavan.
Career As A Lead Actor
In 2002’s romantic action comedy “Appu,” Puneeth Rajkumar made his acting debut as a lead. In the action movie that Puri Jagannadh directed, Puneeth played the role of Appu alongside Rakshita. Both the reviewers and the public praised his performance in the movie highly. The box office success of the movie served as Puneeth’s professional breakthrough. Dinesh Babu’s romantic comedy “Abhi,” which was written and directed by Puneeth Rajkumar, was released in 2003.
Professional Life As A Singer
In 2002, Puneeth Rajkumar began his career as a singer. For the movie Appu, he performed the song “Taliban Alla Alla.” Gurukiran wrote, and Puri Jagannadh directed this song. The vocal duet of Puneeth Rajkumar and Gurukiran gained notoriety for a series of successful songs, including “Mama Mama Maja Madu,” “Jothe Jotheyali,” “Mylapura Mylari,” and “Kaanadanthe Maayavadanu.”
In 2012, Puneeth Rajkumar made his television hosting debut on Indian television with “Kannadada Kotyadhipati.” Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? a British program, served as the show’s inspiration. He was highly praised for his work as the show’s host.
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He also presented the second season of the entertainment program “Kannadada Kotyadhipati,” which followed the first season’s success. The reality dance competition “UPstarters” on Udaya TV and Sun TV then had Puneeth as a judge. Dhanush, Rachita Ram, Andrea Jeremiah, Silambarasan, and Amala Paul served as the show’s additional judges.
With the movie “Kavaludaari,” Puneeth Rajkumar made his debut as a movie producer in 2019. Rishi, Anant Nag, Achyuth Kumar, Suman Ranganathan, and Roshni Prakash played the key characters in the neo-noir thriller movie.
In his second production, Radhakrishna Reddy wrote and directed the criminal comedy “Mayabazar 2016.” The film’s plot is based on the 2016 demonetization, and it tells the tale of an honest police officer, a part-time con artist, a young person without employment, and a corrupt cop who crosses paths while looking for money.
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