V. K. Sreeraman

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V. K. Sreeraman
V K Sreeraman.jpg
Born (1953-02-06) 6 February 1953 (age 67)
NationalityIndian
Occupation
  • Film actor
  • writer
  • TV Anchor
  • social worker
Spouse(s)Geetha
Parent(s)V. C. Krishnan
Bhargavi Krishnan

Vettiyattil Krishnan Sreeraman (born 6 February 1953)[1] is an Indian film actor, writer, TV anchor and social worker.

Personal life and education[edit]

He was born into a middle-class family at Cheruvathani village near Kunnamkulam, situated in Thrissur district of Kerala. His father V. C. Krishnan worked in Ceylon as a Hotel Manager while his mother Bhargavi Krishnan was a teacher by profession. Sreeraman is the second son of his parents, following an elder brother named Jayaprakash (b. 1948). He had his education from Vaduthala Upper Primary School, St. George High School Thozhiyoor, Government Higher Secondary School Kunnamkulam and College of Fine Arts, Thrissur. He is married to Geetha[2]

Career[edit]

His acting career started with one of India's greatest filmmaker G. Aravindan in his internationally acclaimed film Thampu (1978). He made his appearance in the mini screen also through "Natarangu" a discussion program in Asianet and then "Natukootam" in Kairali Channel. He is the anchor of 'Sreeramante Veritta Kazhchakal' program in Kairali Channel where he introduces people from different walks of live whose life experiences are a learning for others and influence the thinking of society. His unique style in writing makes him different from his peers.[citation needed] He acted in many Malayalam movies.[3] On 27 May 2018, Sreeraman's fake obituary was made in social media, and went viral, until Sreeraman himself proved that he was still alive and well.

Filmography[edit]

Television career[edit]

Serial
As host
  • Sreeramante verittakazhchakal(Kairali TV) - Anchor
  • Nattarangu (Asianet)
  • Nattukoottam (Kairali)

Awards[edit]

  1. Bahumukha Prathibha -Flowers TV awards 2017 for verittakazhchakal (TV show)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Sreeraman – Personal Website
  2. ^ "On Record with T.N.Gopakumar:V.K.Sreeraman". asianetnews. Retrieved 12 December 2013.
  3. ^ Sreeraman Movies

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