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Shankar Nag (Shankar Nagarakatte) was born on 9 November, 1954 in Honnavar, Uttara Kannada, Karnataka State, India, is a Film maker, actor, television presenter. At 66 years old, Shankar Nag height not available right now. We will update Shankar Nag's height soon as possible.
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|Popular As||Shankar Nagarakatte|
|Occupation||Film maker, actor, television presenter|
|Age||66 years old|
|Born||9 November 1954|
|Birthplace||Honnavar, Uttara Kannada, Karnataka State, India|
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Who Is Shankar Nag's Wife?
His wife is Arundathi Rao (m. 1980)
|Wife||Arundathi Rao (m. 1980)|
Shankar Nag Net Worth
He net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19. So, how much is Shankar Nag worth at the age of 66 years old? Shankar Nag’s income source is mostly from being a successful . He is from Indian. We have estimated Shankar Nag's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.
|Net Worth in 2020||$1 Million - $5 Million|
|Salary in 2019||Under Review|
|Net Worth in 2019||Pending|
|Salary in 2019||Under Review|
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|Wikipedia||Shankar Nag Wikipedia|
His directorial ventures include Accident (which won many state and national awards), Ondu Muttina Kathe (with Rajkumar in the lead – loosely based on John Steinbeck's novel The Pearl), Nodi Swamy Navirodu Hige, Lalach and Hosa Theerpu (remake of Dushman – his only directorial remake in Kannada). Accident particularly is a landmark in Indian Cinema.
Nag died in a car crash at Anagodu village on the outskirts of Davanagere town on 30 September 1990 during the pre-production work for his film Jokumaraswamy. His last film as an actor, Sundarakanda, was released a few days after his death. For Sundarakanda, Nag's voice was dubbed by Murali.Nigooda Rahasya, one of his last films also had his brother, Anant Nag, complete the voice dubbing.
Shankar did not limit his efforts to cinema. He was equally immersed in theatre and television. Malgudi Days is the best example of Shankar's oeuvre on television. Prior to globalisation, Doordarshan was the only broadcaster in India. In addition to programme production, Doordarshan used to invite private producers to produce television serials. Shankar accepted the offer and directed Malgudi Days, based on the collection of short stories by R.K.Narayan in 1987, under the banner of Padam Rag Films. Well known actors Vishnuvardhan and Anant Nag appeared in the serial. Master Manjunath, who played the role of impish Swami, became a household name. The music, accompanied by the nasal twang "Tananaa tana na naa" on YouTube was composed by L. Vaidyanathan. The teleserial was shot in Agumbe, Shimoga district, Karnataka. Shankar went to direct another teleserial, titled Swami in the same year. Malgudi Days has been rated as one of the finest serials ever to be made in the history of Indian television.
Nag then shifted base to Karnataka. His elder brother Anant had already established himself as an actor and urged Shankar to act in films. In 1978 Shankar made his debut in the role of a mercenary in Girish Karnad's epic film Ondanondu Kaladalli, where he played a mercenary who earns a position in a rival army to get even with his brother, whom he considers his enemy.
Shankar Nagarakatte (Kannada: ಶಂಕರ್ ನಾಗರಕಟ್ಟೆ ), better known as Shankar Nag (9 November 1954 – 30 September 1990) was an Indian actor, screenwriter, director, and producer known for his work in Kannada cinema and television. He directed and acted in the teleserial, Malgudi Days, based on celebrated novelist R. K. Narayan's short stories.
Shankar Nagarkatte was born on 9 November 1954 in Mallapur,(Uttara Kannada District, honnavar Taluk) His parents were Anandi and Sadanand Nagarkatte. Born into a Konkani-speaking family, his family settled in Shirali, a village near Bhatkal in Uttara Kannada of Karnataka State. He had an elder sister, Shyamala, and an elder brother, actor Anant Nag. After completing formal education, Shankar moved to Mumbai. In Mumbai, he was attracted to Marathi theatre and immersed himself in theatrical activities. Incidentally, he met his future wife, Arundhathi during a drama rehearsal.
Shankar Nag received the inaugural IFFI Best Actor Award (Male): Silver Peacock Award" at the 7th International Film Festival of India for his work in the film Ondanondu Kaladalli. He co-wrote 22 June 1897, an Indian national award-winning Marathi film. He is the younger brother of actor Anant Nag.