Indian film actor, a producer, a playback singer, Sharan is a multitalented Kannada film actor and belongs to Kannada cinemas. Sharan usually appeared in a comic role as a lead actor or comedy themed movies. Though he did various negative and villain roles and also started his career with that only. Sharan went into the field of acting because of his parents as he had an interest in music first. He also has his album and also songs under his name. Personal Life: Sharan was born in Bangalore, Karnataka into a family of theater artists. His grandparents and parents were renowned artists at the Gubbi theater. Sharan is the son of J.V. Krishna. His younger sister, Shruti, was one of the leading Kannada actresses in the 90's. Though he entered the film industry due to pressure from his parents, his initial interest was in music and was part of an orchestra as a singer. He cut his own private devotional albums and also sang the title tracks for television series. Sharan married Pallavi and have two kids from her, son, Rudhay and Daughter, Punya. Career: Sharan didn’t want to be an actor in the beginning as he was scared about whether he would be able to cope up or reach at that height as his sister and his parents. Initially, he even ran from one if the sets during the shoot. Because of lack of confidence and to make an earning of his own, Sharan joined a computer course of 11 months which would serve him a job.
But later he ended with the lack of money and because of his theatre representation he got a small role in a television serial. He started with the serial, ’Manetana’ and later continued with others. Soon he realised that he should try acting and made his first debut in the mid of 90’s. He did various villain and negative roles and appeared in small roles only but not as a lead actor. It was after his 99th film that he appeared as a lead actor in his 100th film as he liked the story very much and was also the producer for the same. It was the film ‘Rambo’. The film was widely appreciated and his performance was applauded. Victory (2013) was his second movie as a lead actor. The movie got famous because of the music in it. In 2015, Sharan starred in
Raja Rajendra and the film received mixed reviews from critics, though his performance was appreciated. Awards: Sharan received the Best Actor in a Comic Role award for his superhit film, Rambo in the year 2012.