Jaggesh

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Jaggesh
Born
Eshware Gowda

(1963-03-17) 17 March 1963 (age 56)
NationalityIndian
OccupationActor, producer, director, television presenter, politician
Years active1978–present
Political partyBharatiya Janata Party
Spouse(s)Parimala Jaggesh
Children2; including Gururaj
RelativesKomal (brother)

Jaggesh is an Indian actor, director, producer and politician who predominantly works in Kannada film industry and is very famous by his screen name as "Navarasa Nayaka (Master of 9 emotions)".

He made his debut in 1983 movie Ibbani Karagithu in a small role prior to appearing as a hero in Banda Nanna Ganda. He holds high success rate to his credit starting from his old movies like Banda Nanna Ganda, Tharle Nan Maga, Super Nan Maga, Server Somanna, Bevu Bella to recent movies like Mata, Eddelu Manjunatha, Vaastu Prakaara and Neer Dose..

Career[edit]

Cinema[edit]

Jaggesh made his cinema debut as an Assistant Director to K. V. Raju & Rajkishore in 1982. He made his film debut as lead in N. Srinivas produced film Banda Nanna Ganda after which the shelved movie Tharle Nan Maga resumed production and was released. He has acted in more than 120 films. In 2012 he entered television by hosting a reality game show Kaiyalli Koti Helbittu Hoderi in Udaya TV. He made his direction debut in Guru (2012) starring his elder son Gururaj and Rashmi Gautam. He then directed Melkote Manja in 2017. In 2006 he was honoured with Karnataka State Film Awards in Best Supporting Actor category for his acting in Mata (his 100th film) which he refused. In 2016 he came back with Neer dose which became blockbuster hit. He judged hilarious television comedy show Comedy Khiladigalu season 2 (Zee Kannada) in 2016 which became huge popular television show. Currently he is doing an Guest role in Mugulu Nage starring Ganesh.

Politics[edit]

Jaggesh is originally from Mayasandra (Jadeya Mayasandra) of Turuvekere Taluk in Tumkur district. His political affiliation was with the Indian National Congress/Congress party(touching touching). He ran in the Turuvekere constituency, and won with a healthy margin but resigned from the Legislative Assembly to join the Bharatiya Janata Party.[1] He served as Member of Legislative Council[2] and was held the cabinet rank as the vice-chairman of the Karnataka State Road Transport Corporation (K.S.R.T.C.).[3] Currently he is the special invitee Executive Committee Member of Karnataka Bharatiya Janata Party.

Personal life[edit]

Jaggesh was born as S Eswar Gowda on 17 March 1963 to Shivalingappa and Nanjamma in Srirampura, Bangalore, Karnataka, India. His origin is Mayasandra village, Turuvekere taluk, Tumkur, Karnataka, India. He has two elder sisters Vijayalakshmi, Mahadevi and two younger brothers Komal, Ramchandra. Jaggesh is married to Parimala Jaggesh and has two sons Gururaj and Yathiraj.

TV shows[edit]

No Year Show name Role Channel Notes
1 2012 Kaiyalli Koti Helbittu Hoderi[4] Host Udaya TV This is the first television show hosted by Jaggesh.
2 2016 Sye to Dance Season 3[5] Judge Star Suvarna A dance reality show Judged by Jaggesh
3 2016 Comedy Khiladigalu Season 1 [6] Judge Zee Kannada An hilarious comedy program co-judged by Yogaraj Bhat and Rakshita. Jaggesh is Main Judge.
4 2017 Weekend With Ramesh Season 3 Guest Zee Kannada The Show portrays the journey of Jaggesh who transformed his life from a common man to become a superstar.

The episode was telecasted on 02-04-2017 and 03-04-2017 on Zee Kannada.

5 2017 Khiladi Kutumba Permanent Guest Zee Kannada An hilarious comedy program enacted by the contestants of Comedy Khiladigalu Season 1
6 2017 Comedy Khiladigalu Season 2 [7] Judge Zee Kannada Second season of the hilarious comedy program co-judged by Yogaraj Bhat and Rakshita. Jaggesh is Main Judge.
7 2018 Comedy Khiladigalu Championship Judge Zee Kannada An hilarious comedy program co-judged by Yogaraj Bhat and Rakshita and Jaggesh is Main Judge. All thethree judges own two teams each comprising 5 members in every team.
8 2019 Kannadada Kanmani Judge Zee Kannada A program where the kids belonging to age group of 6 to 13 speak in kannada on various issues. This program is co-judged by Jayant Kaikini and Gangavathi Pranesh.

Filmography[edit]

All the movies are of Kannada language

Year Film Role Notes
1982 Ibbani Karagithu
1985 Shwetha Gulabi Debut film
1986 Hosa Neeru
1987 Sangrama
1988 Ranadheera
Bhoomi Thayane
Sangliyana
Ranaranga
1989 Yuddha Kaanda
Manmatha aja
Parashuram
Poli Huduga
Raja Yuvaraja
Krishna Nee Kunidaga
1990 Ranabheri
Ajay Vijay
Kempu Gulabi
Rani Maharani
Prathap
Challenge
1991 Varagala Bete
Sundarakanda
Kadana
C. B. I. Shiva
Rollcall Ramakrishna
Kalla Malla
Rowdy & MLA
Aranyadalli Abhimanyu
1992 Hatamari Hennu Kiladi Gandu
Sindhoora Thilaka
Solillada Saradara
Bhanda Nanna Ganda First lead role
Kanasina Rani
Tharle Nan Maga Santosh
Sahasi
Police File
Megha Mandara
Super Nan Maga Sundar
Alli Ramachari Illi Brahmachari
1993 Server Somanna Soma
Gadibidi Ganda
Bombaat Huduga
Gundana Maduve Gunda
Shivanna Shiva
Urvashi Kalyana
Bevu Bella
Military Mava
Rupayi raja
1994 Rayara Maga
Bhairava Bhaira
Beda Krishna Ranginaata Krishna
Indrana Gedda Narendra Narendra
Prema Simhasana
1995 Bal Nan Maga
Eshwar Eshwar
1996 Soma Soma
Pattanakke Banda Putta Putta
1997 Bhanda Alla Bahaddur
Aliya Alla Magala Ganda
Ranganna Ranga
Anna Andre Nammanna
1998 Arjun Abhimanyu Arjun
Jaidev Jaidev
Maathina Malla
Maari Kannu Hori Myage
Yaare Neenu Cheluve Guest Appearance
Jagath Khiladi Vijay Kumar, Bhargava Dual Role, Remake of hindi film Gopi Kishan
Veeranna Veeranna
1999 Drona
Patela
Kubera
Nannaseya Hoove Ravi
Aaha Nanna Maduveyante
2000 Khiladi
Mundaithe Oora Habba
Sultan
2001 Jipuna Nanna Ganda Padmanabh
Shukradese
Jodi
Jeetendra Jeetendra
Prema Rajya
Rusthum
Haalu Sakkare
2002 Vamshakkobba
Make up K. D. Roy
Doddamma
Experimental
2003 Kasu Iddone Bossu
Huchana Maduveli Undone Jaana Gopalkrishna
Yaardo Duddu Yallammana Jathre Gowda
2004 Aagodella Olledakke
Nija
Rama Krishna Krishna
Hasige iddashtu kalu chachu
2005 Mr. Bakra Gopal
2006 Pandavaru
Honeymoon Express Jaggi
Mata Venkatesh 100th film
Won - Karnataka State Film Award for Best Supporting Actor (Rejected) [8]
Tenali Rama Rama
2007 Govinda Gopala Govinda
Manmatha Puttaswamy, Soorya Dual Role
Ganesha Ganesh Patil
2008 Nee Tata Naa Birla Jaggu
Kodagana Koli Nungitha Balasubramanya
Dheemaku Himself Guest appearance
2009 Chikkapete Sachagalu Jaggi
Chamkaysi Chindiudaysi Himself Guest appearance
Eddelu Manjunatha Manjunatha Suvarna Film Award for Best Actor
2010 Lift Kodla Krishna [9]
Aithalakkadi Himself Special appearance
2011 Double Decker Paramesh
Dudde Doddappa Sudhama
Allide Nammane Illi Bande Summane Himself Guest appearance
Bodyguard Jaikrishna
2012 Manjunatha BA LLB Manjunatha
2013 CID Eesha Shankar
2014 Cool Ganesha Ganesha
Agraja Sidda
Software Ganda Manu
Dove Himself Guest appearance
2015 Vaastu Prakaara Mama
2016 Neer Dose Jaggesh Kumar Nominated—SIIMA Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role (Male)
2017 Melkote Manja Manja Also director
2017 Mugulu Nage Himself Special appearance in a song
2018 8mm Bullet Murthi Nominated - Filmibeat Award for Best Actor - Kannada. Nominated - City Cine Award for Best Actress - Kannada
2019 Premier Padmini Vinayaka
Thothapuri Filming
Kalidasa Kannada Meshtru Kalidasa Filming

Director[edit]

Year Film Cast Notes
2012 Guru Gururaj, Yathiraj, Rashmi Gautham
2017 Melkote Manja Jaggesh, Aindrita

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Jaggesh quits Congress for BJP". The Hindu. 11 July 2008. Retrieved 8 December 2010.
  2. ^ "Prof. PV Krishna Bhat and Jaggesh nominated as MLC | BJP Karnataka". bjpkarnataka.org. Retrieved 8 December 2016.
  3. ^ "Deccan Herald - JAGGESH IS KSRTC VICE-CHAIRMAN". archive.deccanherald.com. Retrieved 8 December 2016.
  4. ^ "Kannadada Kotyadhipati gets a rival show". oneindia.in. 12 March 2012. Retrieved 26 November 2016.
  5. ^ https://plus.google.com/+suvarna/posts/ZHMUD7NLh9x
  6. ^ "Jaggesh to judge Comedy Khiladigalu - Times of India". indiatimes.com. Retrieved 26 November 2016.
  7. ^ "Jaggesh to judge Comedy Khiladigalu - Times of India". indiatimes.com. Retrieved 26 November 2016.
  8. ^ "'I played the hero'". The Hindu. 13 October 2006. Retrieved 8 December 2010.
  9. ^ "'Lift Kodla'". Archived from the original on 22 July 2012.

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