INDIA: Happy Birthday, Kichcha Sudeepa! Debuting with Thayavva in 1997, the Kannada hero has since captivated a variety of viewers with his brilliant acting skills. The actor has made a name for himself in the film industry with his influential performance outcomes in a number of films.
Note: The films mentioned below are not in ranking order.
So, here are the must-watch films for Kichcha Sudeepa fans on this special day
Eega/ Makkhi (2012)
S.S. Rajamouli’s directorial Eega showcased a revenge story in an extremely phenomenal way. The fantasy action film brought together multiple talented stars from the Indian film industry. Sudeepa’s role as the antagonist in the film steals the spotlight. The actor has captured all the expressions perfectly, from his character’s rage to madness.
Director: S.S. Rajamouli
Ensemble Cast: Kichcha Sudeepa, Nani and Samantha
Awards: Two National Film Awards, five South Filmfare Awards (including Kichcha Sudeepa in Best Supporting Actor), and many more.
Vikrant Rona (2022)
Anup Bhandari’s directorial Vikrant Rona successfully combines mystery and action with a burst of technically superb cinematography. The trailer featured Sudeepa’s delivering stylish fight sequences to an impactful BGM. The mystery-thriller film has a distinct notion that renders it a must-watch for the actor’s fans.
Director: Anup Bhandari
Ensemble Cast: Kichcha Sudeepa, Jacqueline Fernandez, Nirup Bhandari and Neetha Ashok
Om Prakash Rao’s directorial Huchcha is a Kannada adaptation of Sethu (1999). Another shining example of Sudeepa’s highly skilled performance appears in the action-drama film. The romantic-action feature became Sudeepa’s first significant commercial success. Despite being a remake, the actor gave a unique and memorable performance that continues to live on in our memories to this day.
Director: Om Prakash Rao
Ensemble Cast: Kichcha Sudeepa and Rekha Vedavyas
Awards: South Filmfare Awards (Kichcha Sudeepa- Best Actor)
S. Krishna’s directorial Pailwaan complements Kichcha Sudeepa and Suniel Shetty’s compelling performance levels with dynamic action elements. Sudeepa appeared as a wrestler in a completely different avatar in the 2019 sports-drama film. The movie presented another talent epitome of the Kannada Hero, encasing action, emotion, and romance.
Director: S. Krishna
Ensemble Cast: Kichcha Sudeepa, Suniel Shetty and Aakanksha Singh