Mysore Lokesh

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Mysore Lokesh
Lokesh Photo in a movie
Born19 May 1947 (1947-05-19)
Died14 October 1994 (1994-10-15) (aged 47)
Other namesMysore lokesh, lokesh
  • Film actor
  • director
Children Pavitra Lokesh, [1] Aditya Lokesh [2]

Mysore Lokesh (19 May 1947 – 14 October 1994) was an Indian actor in the Kannada film industry. [3] His films include Bandhana (1984), Gajapathi Garvabhanga (1989), S. P. Sangliyana Part 2 (1990), Mathe Haditu Kogile (1990).[ citation needed ] He did comedic and villainous roles in most films.


Allegedly, he had an affair with a dubbing artist named Sarvamangla, who was the wife of actor Dingri Nagraj And he committed suicide along with her.


He was a part of more than three hundred films. [3]

Selected filmography

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