Mithra (actor)

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Mithra
Born
Shinu George

(1977-05-12) 12 May 1977 (age 43) [1]
Nationality Indian
Occupation Actor, producer
Years active2003–present
Known for Silli Lalli
Bigg Boss Kannada 3
Website Actor Mithra

Mithra (Shinu George, born 12 May 1977) is an Indian film actor, stand-up comedian, television actor, producer and entrepreneur, who has mainly worked in Kannada cinema. [2] He debuted as a small time actor in the film Shreeram in 2003 and went on to appear in more than 100 films. Prior to films, he worked as a tourists' entertainer in Coorg district of Karnataka. Following this, he appeared in a host of television comedy sitcoms such as Silli Lalli , Paapa Pandu and Parijatha. He also participated in various reality shows such as Bigg Boss Kannada 3 , [3] Comedy Khiladigalu and Maja With Sruja. He turned producer with the film Raaga in which he plays the lead role along with Bhama. [4]

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Personal life

Mithra was born on 12 May 1977 in Kottayam district of Kerala, India. His parents are P. K. George and Mary Kutty. He is married to Geetha in Bengaluru and have two children. Apart from films, Mithra leads a holiday planning enterprise named as "Mithra Enterprises".

Television

ShowsRole
Silli Lalli Janesha
Paapa PanduJnanesha
ParijaathaLawyer Tippeshi
Comedy DarbaarHimself
Comedy KhiladigaluHimself
Comedy StarsHost
Maja With SrujaHimself
Comedy CircleVarious characters
Bigg Boss Kannada 3 Himself

Filmography (selected)

  1. Shreeram (2003)
  2. Pancharangi
  3. Patharagitti
  4. Smuggler
  5. Manasare
  6. Kool...Sakkath Hot Maga
  7. Mandahasa
  8. Ayodhyapuram
  9. Kotlallappo Kai
  10. Dev S/o Mudde Gowda
  11. Teenage
  12. Kanchana
  13. Olave Vismaya
  14. 90
  15. Chatrapathi
  16. Raja Huli
  17. Topiwala
  18. Ko Ko
  19. Nanjanagudu Nanjunda
  20. Wareh Wah
  21. Chaddi Dost
  22. Ondu Kshanadalli
  23. Dudhsagar
  24. Agraja
  25. Nan Lifealli
  26. Baasu, Ade Haley Kathe
  27. Sapnon Ki Rani
  28. Ondrupayalli Eredu Preethi (Toss)
  29. Jamboo Savari
  30. Passenger
  31. Anarkali
  32. Aadu Aata Aadu
  33. Eradondla Mooru
  34. Ee Dil Helide Nee Bekantha
  35. Drama
  36. Jackie
  37. Victory
  38. Aramane
  39. Romeo
  40. Duniya
  41. Lifeu Ishtene
  42. Nandeesha
  43. Yaksha
  44. Aithalakkadi
  45. Jungle Jackie
  46. Rajakumari
  47. Circus
  48. Ullasa Utsaha
  49. Zindagi
  50. Bindas Hudugi
  51. Olave Jeevana Lekkachaara
  52. Rakhi
  53. Style King
  54. Deal Raja
  55. Cigarette
  56. Nithya Jothe Sathya
  57. Jaatre
  58. Sharp Shooter
  59. Jilebi
  60. Raaga (Produced and acted)
  61. Sarvajanikarige Suvarnavakasha

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References

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  2. "Mithra profile". Chitraloka.com.
  3. "Mithra Bigg Boss Kannada 3 Contestant". Youngsterchoice.com.
  4. "Producer Mitra turns blind for Raaga". The New Indian Express. 5 December 2016.