Gulshan Devaiah

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Gulshan Devaiah
Born Kambeyanda Devaiah Gulshan
(1978-05-28) May 28, 1978 (age 36)
Bengaluru, Karnataka, India
Other names
Occupation Actor
Spouse(s) Kalliroi Tziafeta

Gulshan Devaiah (Born 28 May 1978) is an Indian actor who mainly works in Hindi cinema.

Birth, Childhood and Education[edit]

Gulshan was born at BEL hospital, Bengaluru as the only son of Sri Devaiah and Pushpalatha. Both his parents were retired as officers in Bharat Electronics Ltd (BEL), Bengaluru. While in BEL both were engaged in literature, light music, drama and such other activities. They recognized and encouraged Gulshan’s inclination towards these artistic activities at a very early stage.

After completing his primary education at Cluny Convent, Bengaluru, high school at St Joseph’s Indian High School, Bengaluru, and PU at BEL Pre-University College, Gulshan studied at National Institute of Fashion Technology, Bengaluru during 1997 – 2000 and acquired his Bachelor's degree in Fashion Design.

Career[edit]

Gulshan was in fashion industry for about ten years and also taught at Wigan and Leigh College, Bengaluru.

Stage Life[edit]

From his primary school dramas and skits, Gulshan became known as an actor with various groups in Bengaluru's English theater circuit before moving to Mumbai. His most noteworthy play being Harami Theater's "Butter and Mashed Banana". The cast consisted of Vivek Madan, Gulshan Devaiah & Vinod Ravindran.[1]

Career in Films[edit]

His first film to release was "Shaitan", directed by Bejoy Nambiar, where he plays the role of the eccentric Karan "KC" Chaudhary. This was followed by a small role as a smooth talking drug peddler 'Ricky' in "Dum Maro Dum", directed by Rohan Sippy.

Filmography[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2010 That Girl in Yellow Boots Chittiappa Siddanna Gowda Hindi and English film
2011 Dum Maaro Dum Ricky
2011 Shaitan Karan 'KC' Chaudhary
2012 Hate Story Siddharth Dhanrajgir
2012 Peddlers Ranjit D'Souza
2013 Goliyon Ki Rasleela Ram-Leela Bhavani
2015 Hunterrr Mandar Ponkshe Previously titled Vaasu

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