Early life

Aadarsh Balakrishna is an Indian Film actor born on 10 February 1984, into a joint family in Bangalore. His father, Balakrishna is a businessman and mother Uma,a homemaker. He has a younger sister,Apoorva,who is an Architect. Aadarsh did his early schooling from Sophia High School, Bangalore where he studied until Standard 3. His family then moved to Hyderabad where he continued his schooling from Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan Public School and St.Andrews High School. He completed his graduation from Nizam College in 2005-06,majoring in Commerce. He was a keen cricketer and nurtured an ambition to play for India. He represented Hyderabad in various state level categories and also played for Osmania University.


Although Aadarsh aspired to become a cricketer, life had other plans for him. While he was training at St John’s Cricket Academy, he was spotted by Nagesh Kukunoor’s team, who were on the lookout for a real cricketer to play the role of 'Kamal' opposite Shreyas Talpade and was asked to audition for Iqbal. He bagged the role of Kamal, and Iqbal went on to become a critical and commercial success. It was produced by Subhash Ghai's Mukta Searchlight Films and won a National Award in 2005. Later, Aadarsh got his big break in Tollywood with the movie Happy Days directed by Sekhar Kammula which was a major blockbuster in 2007. He played Sanjay, a senior bully in the movie,set against an Engineering College backdrop. His character was a memorable one and he made his mark as a 'Bad Guy' in Tollywood. He was then seen in Vinayakudu (2008) directed by Sai Kiran Avidi and Ride (2009) directed by Ramesh Varma which also went on to become successes at the box office. Aadarsh within a short span worked with directors like Nagesh Kukunoor, Sekhar Kammula, Gopichand Mallineni and Ram Gopal Varma among others. He made his Kannada film debut in ‘Nooru Janmaku’ where he played the 2nd lead, directed by Nagathihalli Chandrashekhar, a national award winning director. He will also be seen in an upcoming film directed by Krishna Vamsi,titled Govindudu Andarivadele with Ram Charan. Aadarsh also represents the Telugu Warriors in the hugely successful Celebrity Cricket League and is one of their mainstays.


Year Title Director Notes
2005 Iqbal Nagesh Kukunoor Hindi Film
2007 Happy Days Sekhar Kammula Telugu Film
2009 Ride Ramesh Varma Telugu Film
2009 Vinayakudu Sai Kiran Adivi Telugu Film
2009 Evaraina Epudaina Marthand K Shankar Telugu Film
2010 Maro Charitra Ravi Yadav Telugu Film
2010 Maa Annayya Bangaram Jonnalagadda Srinivas Telugu Film
2011 Cricket Girls and Beer Umesh Shirupalli Telugu Film
2010 Nooru Janmaku Nagathihalli Chadrasekhar Kannada Film
2010 KSD Appalaraju Ram Gopal Varma Telugu Film
2012 Genius Ohmkkar Telugu Film
2012 Bodygaurd Gopichand Malineni Telugu Film
2014 Superstar Kidnap A. Sushanth Reddy Telugu Film (yet to be released)
2014 Govindudu Andarivadele Krishna Vamsi Telugu Film (yet to be released)


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