Sundar Krishna Urs

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Born(1941-01-01)1 January 1941
Karnataka, India
Died1 January 1993(1993-01-01) (aged 52)
  • Film actor
  • producer
  • director
Family Suresh Urs (brother)

Sundar Krishna Urs (1941–1993) was an Indian film producer and actor, [2] in the Kannada film industry, as well as in many South Indian language films. He has also worked as a dubbing artist providing voices to many actors. Some of the notable films of Sundar Krishna Urs as an actor include Sangya Balya (1992), Hrudaya Haadithu (1991), Hendthighelbedi (1989), Antha (1981).



1978-79 Karnataka State Film Award Ondanondu Kaladalli Actor Best Supporting Actor Won


Sundar Krishna Urs has been part of more than 190 movies in Kannada. He also directed a teen adventure movie called Supernova 459, which also happens to be his last acting credit before his death.

Selected filmography

Keralida Sarpa 1994Kannada
Sangharsha 1993Kannada
Aruna Raaga 1986Kannada
Etu Ediretu1981Kannada
Inspector Vikram 1989Kannada
Nanjundi Kalyana 1989Kannada
Samyuktha 1988Kannada
Huli Hebbuli 1987Kannada
Dharma Yuddha 1983Kannada
Ibbani Karagithu 1983Kannada
Aasha 1983Kannada
Nyaya Ellide 1982Kannada
Khadeema Kallaru 1982Kannada
Auto Raja 1980Kannada
Seetharamu 1979Kannada
Ondanondu Kaladalli 1978Kannada
Gejje Pooje 1969Kannada

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