Sriimurali Whole life and career in a short view:-
Sp far you can guess by the name of this man that he is from the south of Indian and he is from the Kannada film industry. “Sriimurali” birthday is on 17th of December in 1981 in Bangalore of Karnataka, into a family which related with the film. His father name is “S. A. Chinne Gowda” who was a well known film producer and his brother name is “Vijay Raghavendra” also an actor. “Rajkumar” was his uncle and it is better to mention that, actors like “Shiva Rajkumar” and “Puneeth Rajkumar” are his cousins. He married with “Vidya”, she was his girlfriend and his father in law is a hotelier. They have a son and a daughter.
Well the names of the films may remind you clearly that the person we actually talking about when we all come to know about him through the career of him:
This man we are talking about came to the films in the year of 2003 with a romance film known with the name “Chandra Chakori”. The film served well to the audience as his performance received well praise. In the film “Kanti” which focuses somehow on the dispute on linguistic grounds between Karnataka and Maharashtra, he played got to play the eponymous lead of a college student who on falling in love with a Marathi girl and gets embroiled politically. His performance of this film won him the “Karnataka State Film Award” for “Best Actor”.
He then appeared in films in the following sequence “Kanti”, “Yashwant” and “Preethigaagi” but somehow did not perform at the box-office. In the time of 2008, he show himself in “Minchina Ota” produced by his father along with his brother “Vijay Raghavendra”. He also have to take care of the production responsibilities of his family banner “Sowbhagya Pictures” by which several films produced by his father and were made such as “Sevanthi Sevanthi” and “Ganesha Mathe Bandha”.
In the time of 2014, “Sriimurali” upholded himself in an action-drama “Ugramm”, directed by “Prashanth Neel” who was making his directorial debut. He got to play the role of “Agastya” who is a mechanic and in the film he protects “Nithya” from being caught alive by goons same time, takes to the mafia. This movie emerged as critical and also with the commercial success with his performance receiving acclaim. “A. Sharadhaa” of “The Indian Express” mentioned, “This is definitely a ‘comeback’ film for “Murali”, a carefully thought-out project for him by the director. “Murali” is smarter than he looks and tougher than people expected him to be.” He gained his first nominations for “Best Actor” in “Filmfare Awards South” and “SIIMA Awards”. Following the massive success of the film, it was stated that he was flooded with offers for film totaling to 67, all of which he rejected.