CBI Shankar — ಸಿ.ಬಿ.ಐ.ಶಂಕರ್ | Kannada Full Movie*ing Shankar Nag, Devaraj, Suman Ranganath

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Film: CBI Shankar
Music: Hamsalekha
Director: P Nanjundappa
Producer: Krishna Raju & Friends
Banner: Swarnagiri Films
Year: 1989
01 Idu Maayabajaaru
02. Kaada Noda Hode
03. Kaada Noda Hode
04. Geethanjali Pushpanjali
Singers: Manjula Gururaj, S.P.Balasubramanyam, Lata Hamsalekha, Chitra,
Lyrics: Hamsalekha
Shankar Nagarkatte was born on 9 November 1954 in Mallapur, Honnavar. His parents were Anandi and Sadanand Nagarkatte. Born into a Konkani-speaking family, He had an elder sister, Shyamala, and an elder brother, actor Ananth Nag. After completing formal education, Shankar moved to Mumbai. In Mumbai, he was attracted to Marathi theatre and immersed himself in theatrical activities. Shankar Nag then shifted base to Karnataka. His elder brother Ananth Nag had already established himself as an actor and urged Shankar to act in films. He was offered a role of a mercenary by Girish Karnad in the epic movie, Ondanondu Kaladalli 1979. Minchina Ota (a rare example of a heist movie in Kannada), Janma Janmada Anubandha and Geetha (both of which had music by South Indian maestro Ilayaraja Commercial film producers took notice of Shankar Nag and he began acting in typical masala movies. Seetaramu was Shankar Nag’s first commercial movie. Although he had never undergone any martial arts training, he earned the sobriquet of Karate King. His popular films include Auto Raja, Geeta, S.P. Sangliana, and Minchina Ota. Shankar began his directorial with Minchina Ota. This won him seven state awards, including the best film. And then came a series of films directed by him. Janma Janmada Anubandha, Geetha, Accident (which won many state and national awards),Ondu Muttina Kathe (with Rajkumar in the lead – loosely based on John Steinbeck’s novel The Pearl), Nodi Swamy Navirodu Hige, Lalach and Hosa Theerpu (remake of Dushman – his only directorial remake).His film accident & T.V.Serial Malgudi Days has treated as a landmark and revolutionary in the Indian Cinema. His films Autoraja, Moogana Sedu, Muniyana Madari, Karmika Kallanalla, Nodi Swamy Navirodu Hige, Indina Bharatha,Accident, Parameshi Prema Prasanga, Lorry Driver, etc. were a reflection of his affection towards the working class of the society. Shankar Nag died in a car crash at Anagodu village on the outskirts of Davanagere town on 30 September 1990
Nigooda Rahasya, one of his last films also had his brother and the one of the most successful and respected actors Anant Nag complete the voice dubbing for Shankar.
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