Popular Indian comedian actor Nagesh
Popular Indian comedian actor Nagesh was born on 27 September 1933 and died on 31 January 2009 in Chennai. C. Krishna Rao Gundu Rao famously recognized by his stage name Nagesh. He was a Tamil and Hindi film actor, frequently recognized for his performances as a comic throughout the year 1960s. He is considered as one of the most productive entertainers in Tamil and Hindi cinema.
He received his educated in Madras and later worked as a clerk in the Indian Railways are creating a spot for himself in the Tamil and Hindi film industry. He performed in over 1,000 Indian films from the year 1958 to 2008 working in a division of characters as comedian, hero, supporting character, and villain.
With more than 500 movie gems on his crown, Nagesh graced as a Tamil cinema’s evergreen actor and personality actor. His different characters and quick-witted banter gained him the designation of “Jerry Lewis of India”. Nagesh, who fled his house at a pretty tender age, began his profession as a secretary in the Indian Railways. After confirming himself as an actor in the theatre drama, Nagesh made his debut with the director Kannada’s movie called Makkala Rajya which was released in the year 1960.
In severe opposition to the humorous characters he played made him the film Server Sundaram, a rags-to-riches tale in which Nagesh performs the chief character is supposed to be approximately based on the original story of the artist. He was conferred Filmfare for Lifetime Achievement in the year 1995. In his initial times, Nagesh did a few humorous parts and his charisma as a comedian brought him the identification of being named the Jerry Lewis of India. Throughout his profession had its supra and falling, at its height, he was acknowledged to be shooting six movies at the identical moment. He passed away on 31 January 2009 in Chennai.