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>bollywood movis stars Anant Nag Political career

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He contested a very fierce assembly election from Janata Dal (Secular) where he was pitched against the then Chief minister of Karnataka, S. M. Krishna from Indian National Congress, alongside fellow actor Mukhyamantri Chandru from Bharatiya Janata Party in the Chamrajpet constituency in Bangalore in 2004. However, S.M. Krishna won the elections and soon became the governor of Maharashtra.He also served as the state minister in Karnataka.He was a great follower of Ramakrishna Hegde in early days.

Anant Nag can be placed in the category of New India Cinema Actors. Proficient in delineating complex psychological characters, Anant Nag has the image of the boy-next-door. His persona compliments it and he has done justice to it by taking on and doing a good job of presenting characters right out of reality

>bollywood movis stars Anant Nag Early life

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Anant Nag, one of the greatest Indian actors, was born to Anandi and Sadanand Nagarkatte. He had his early education under the aegis of Ananda Ashrama in Dakshina Kannada district and Chitrapura matha in Uttara Kannada. His mother tongue is Konkani and he belongs to Chitrapur Saraswat Brahmin (CSB) community. He was sent to Mumbai for onward education and got involved with amateur Marathi theatre activities for 8 years

He started out doing amateur theatre in Marathi and Kannada. Shyam Benegal introduced him into Hindi cinema, in his 1973 film Ankur. Anant Nag has acted in lot of Shyam Benegal’s movies after that. Well-known for his mainstream Kannada films, Nag is also active in alternative Indian cinema.

Marathi Film Director Amol Palekar finds Nag’s sensitive depiction of the King’s dilemmas to have greatly enhanced the multi-faceted complexities of the film. The character portrayed by Nag has depth and dimension, powerfully drawing you into the core of the story that is *Anahat. His entry into Kannada films was through legendary G. V. Iyer’s Hamsageethe. Hamsageethe is one of the most critically acclaimed of all his movies which is about trysts of a learner whose greatest search is finding the right Guru.

Ananth Nag along with fellow South Indian popular actress Lakshmi, have been known as all time greatest pairs in Kannada movies. Although he began his career as an actor in Artistic kind of movies, became most popular in comedy movies due to his versalite acting and the associated natural sense of humour. With greatest hits in the films like Ganeshana Maduve, Gauri Ganesha, Udbava, Undoohoda Konduhoda, Beladingala Baale, Hasyaratna Ramakrishna, Yarigu Helbedi, dairya lakshmi, he has been noted for his natural acting skills in comedy movies. These days, he appears in supporting roles in Kannada movies (for example, blockbuster films like Mungaru Male) and he has been the favourite choice of most popular directors of Kannada cinema. Similar to acting in lead roles, he is equally popular in supportive roles amongst the dignified viewers across the Karnataka. His recent movie Eredane maduve has been a huge hit where he acted in a lead role, along with Suhasini Maniratnam. Though he is one of the most influential men both from film and political point of view, he has often been regarded as the finest, the simplest and polite personality. His appearance in front of media, or appearances for publicity have hardly been noticed and the association of his name with any kind of controversies has hardly been reported, either with his film or with political career. For these reasons, he is considered as one of the most respectable personalities in the real life.

Now he is one of the most sought actor in Kannada cinemas.

>bollywood movis stars Anant Nag Born

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Anant Nagarkatte (Konkani: अनन्त नागरकट्टे, born September 4, 1948) popularly known as Anant Nag (Kannada: ಅನಂತನಾಗ್) is an actor and politician from Karnataka, India. He is considered to be one of the all time greatest actors in the Kannada film industry with a vast number of commercially successful movies. As a result, he is popularly known as an actor with no-failures, by critics. In addition to Kannada movies, he has acted in Marathi, Tamil, Malayalam, Telugu and Hindi movies. He has also acted in Malgudi Days, directed by his younger brother Shankar Nag based on the stories by R.K.Narayan. His work was much appreciated by critics at that time. He is fluent in Kannada, Konkani, Marathi, Hindi and with a good understanding of Tamil, Telugu and Malayalam. The versatile natural acting coupled with the style of speaking (accent of southern kannada with a tint of coastal touch) made him one of the most successful actors in Kannada cinema.