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Anand Gollahalli Shivaprasad
|Other names||Siddhanth |
|Alma mater||JJM Medical College (M.B.B.S.) |
University of Leeds (M.H.A.)
|Occupation||Actor & Producer|
|Parent(s)||Dr G. Shivaprasad|
|Relatives||Dr G. Parameshwara (Paternal Uncle)|
Dr. Anand Gollahalli Shivaprasad, also known as Dr. G. S. Anand (born 19 October 1973), better known by stage name Siddhanth, is an Indian actor appears in Kannada cinema. He is a medical doctor by profession.
Early life and education
Siddhanth was born to Gangambika and Dr G. Shivaprasad as a second child, he was named Anand G. S., brought up in a village called Gollahalli (now renamed as Siddhartha Nagar) in Tumkur. His Primary & Secondary education, was at Sarvodaya School in Tumkur, followed by P. U. College from Sarvodaya P. U. College and then went on to study M.B.B.S. in JJM Medical College, Davangere, Later, he obtained an M.H.A. Degree from the University of Leeds in the United Kingdom.
After his studies, he came back to India, to look after Sri Siddartha Dental College as Administrative Officer. Later, he became a member to Sri Siddhartha Education Society, which was run by his family.
He started acting from 2008 as the main lead in Minchu.
Siddhanth’s Shankaracharya film with Duniya Vijay was stopped in the controversial started by Akhila Karnataka Brahmana Maha Sabha and Sringeri Mutt objections to the title by filing the complaint before Karnataka Film Chamber of Commerce.
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