From his chocolate boy image to making his way to being a producer, Siddharth Suryanarayan has come a long way. He is called as one of the most fine-looking actors of the South Indian film industry. The actor has always been a talk of the town for being so multi-talented. He is not just an actor but also a producer, writer and a singer. Yes, read that right! That’s not all; there’s too much to know about the actor. On his 39th birthday, we bring some enthralling lesser known facts about Siddharth that we bet you didn’t know.
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After completing his business management studies, Siddharth chose to work in filmmaking and assisted Mani Ratnam. Yes, before making his acting debut in S. Shankar’s coming-of-age Tamil film Boys (2003), he assisted Ratnam.
In the late 2000s, he established himself as a bankable lead actor in Telugu films. Keeping that in mind, he subsequently chose to become more selective with his projects. He also won acclaim for his work as a carrom player in Striker (2010) and as a blind warrior in the fantasy film Anaganaga O Dheerudu (2011). He has so many super hit films on his list to talk about.
The cine-artist’s work has spread to all the 4 languages, including, Tamil, Telugu, Hindi and Malayalam.
Apart from being a brilliant actor, he has also been involved in films as a screenwriter, producer and playback singer. He has learned Carnatic singing and has also produced the musical album as a producer for the Oy and Striker soundtrack.
His love for pet dogs is quite evident and in fact, he has a pet dog called Mowgli.
Adopt a dog. Our Indian canines are real angels. This is my 12 yr old, Mowgli when he was a baby. He sends his love. pic.twitter.com/EPAesB1K6r
— Siddharth (@Actor_Siddharth) July 5, 2016
Sid acted in a short film called “Blood Brothers”, which was screened at the Toronto International Film Festival. The film earned him huge accolades.
He is quite active on social media and also makes sure to respond his fans. He surely knows how to keep his fans happy and engaged.
He is the man of hats! In 1999 Sid won the CNBC Manager of the Year award for his incredible speaking skills.