Kiccha Sudeep Honors Dwarakish During the Late Actor’s Final Rites

Bungle Shama Rao Dwarakanath, sometimes referred to as Dwarakish, was a well-known Kannada actor, producer, and director who passed away on April 16 from a cardiac attack. He passed away in Bengaluru at the age of 81. Several well-known actors, including Kiccha Sudeep, attended his last ceremonies and offered their condolences.

Kiccha Sudeep can be seen entering the hall where the corpse of the Dance, Raja, Dance actor was deposited in a News18 Kannada video. Sudeep consoled and embraced the family of Bungle Shama Rao Dwarakanath, including his sons Giri and Yogish Dwarakish Bungale. The Eega actor also covered the late actor’s coffin with a crimson garland before leaving the scene.

A mainstay of the Kannada cinema industry, the 81-year-old had produced and directed almost 50 films in addition to showcasing his exceptional playing abilities in over 90 films. As per a Press Trust of India story, he informed his son in the morning that he was feeling sleepy and requested him to wake him up at nine in the morning. He did not react when he tried to rouse him up. In addition to the film business, the political community has also showered the late actor with honors. Many well-known politicians have sent their condolences, including Karnataka Deputy Chief Minister DK Shivakumar, previous Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy, and Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

The Dance, Raja, Dance actor never allowed his little stature to stand in the way of his success in the motion picture business. It was his comedic parts that made him famous. The late actor, who had a diploma in mechanical engineering, made his Tinsel Town debut in 1966 as a co-producer of Mamatheya Bandhana, a film released under the Thunga Pictures label.

But he became well-known after receiving praise for his work as a producer on the film Mayor Muthanna, which starred Bharathi and Dr. Rajkumar, two matinee idols from Kannada, in the key parts. With the song Aadu Aata Aadu, he also brought renowned Hindi playback artist Kishore Kumar into the Kannada cinema business.

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