Belawadi filming with Ishtakamya, 2015
|Born||Bangalore, Karnataka, India|
|Alma mater||UVCE, Bangalore|
|Occupation||Actor, filmmaker, journalist|
|Notable work||Stumble (2003)|
|Political party||Lok Satta Party|
|Parent(s)||Make-up Nani (father)
|Relatives||Sudha Belawadi (sister)
Samyukta Hornad (niece)
Prakash Belawadi is an Indian theater, film, television and media personality, an activist and a journalist from Bangalore. He co-founded the Centre for Film and Drama and launched the Suchitra School of Cinema and Dramatic Arts, both in Bangalore, the latter in 2012.
Belawadi was born into a family of theatre artistes in Bangalore, in the erstwhile Mysore State (now Karnataka). His father, Make-up Nani (1929–2003), was popular personality in Kannada theatre, who also appeared in films, and worked as a make-up artist alongside. His mother, Bhargavi, also worked as a theatre artiste. His siblings Sujata, Sudha and Pradeep were involved in theatre as well. He completed his elementary education at Mahila Seva Samaja, higher school education in National High School, following which he completed his pre-university course at National College, Bangalore. He obtained a degree in mechanical engineering from University Visvesvaraya College of Engineering in 1983.
|2015||Uttama Villain||Doctor||Tamil||Cameo appearance|
|2015||Aatagara||Dr. Chetan Bhagawat||Kannada|
|2015||Fading Red||ACP Ravikumar||Kannada||Short film|
|2016||Kiragoorina Gayyaligalu||A government officer||Kannada|
|2017||Take Off||Foreign Secretary||Malayalam|
- Stumble (2003)
- Garva (2001)
- Illiruvudu Summane (2008)
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- "Tattva – Theatrical Journey" (PDF). Sampada–Your Window to UVCE. Retrieved 9 March 2016.
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