Adarsh Balakrishnan (1984-0) is a Kannada Actor
known for the movies Jaguar
(2016), Nooru Janmaku
|Other Names||Aadarsh Balakrishnan|
|Date Of Birth||10 February 1984|
|Age||36 years 1 months 24 days|
|Place Of Birth||Bangalore, Karnataka|
|Education (High School)||Sophia High School, Bangalore , Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan Public School and St. Andrews High School , St. Andrews High School, Hyderabad |
|Education(School)||Sophia High School, Bangalore , Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan Public School, Hyderabad |
|Wiki Page||https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adarsh_Balakrishna |
|Facebook Profile||https://www.facebook.com/AadarshOfficial |
|Education (Graduation)||B.Com, Nizam College |
|Debut Movie||Iqbal(2005) |
|Wife||Gulnaar Virk(director) |
|Instagram Profile||https://www.instagram.com/aadarshbalakrishna/ |
|Sister||Apoorva Balakrishna(younger, architect by profession) |
|Mother||Uma Balakrishna(homemaker) |
|Son||Nirvaana krishna |
Aadarsh Balakrishna is an Indian film actor who has acted in Kannada, Telugu, Hindi films
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Interesting Facts and Trivia
Adarsh Balakrishna got trained in cricket at St John's Cricket Academy.
Aadarsh's first non-cricket movie was Happy Days directed by Sekhar Kammula(2007)
Aadarsh also represents the Telugu Warriors in the Celebrity Cricket League and is one of their mainstays.
He wants to continue his studies and complete MBA
Aadarsh is know for his 'Bad Boy' movies
Aadarsh was identified by Nagesh Kukunoor at the cricket academy as they were looking for a cricketer to act in their cricket movie Iqbal.
Adarsh Balakrishna was a cricketer when he was in college, he played for Osmania University & Hyderabad in college competitions.
Aadarsh plays for Tollywod (Telugu Warriors) in the CCL(Celebrity Cricket League), his cricketing experience makes him a core part of the team.
He is married to Gulnaar Virk and has a son named Nirvaana. Their love story has a filmy style, they met at a friend's wedding, fell for each other and hooked up.
Adarsh Balakrishna: Filmography (3)
I like to make a mark as a baddie given that we don’t have too many villains of my age.
I don’t want to discriminate between hero and villain roles because playing the baddie has always worked out for me
As a villain when you’re hated more, that’s when you’re admired the most I guess. I really want people to hate me after the film.
I signed my first autograph while I was in eighth standard and that's just because people thought I look like Rahul Dravid