Sarath Kumar gets nostalgic about his days in Bangalore
The actor was in the city to promote his upcoming Kannada project, Seetharama Kalyana
In a media interaction for Seetharama Kalyana, Sarath Kumar spoke about his early days in Bengaluru.
In the 70s, before he turned into an actor, the actor had worked as a paperboy in the city. “I cannot forget those days when I would get up at five in the morning. I would go around Jayanagar and the surrounding areas distributing the newspaper. My life started here and every time I come to Bengaluru those memories come back to me,” said Sarath Kumar, who eventually rose to become a reporter for the same newspaper. “Later I went to Chennai and then there was no looking back,” he added.
The actor-producer, who made his debut in Kannada with Sarathi, said he is grateful to Dinakar Thoogudeepa for the film. He later worked in Kannada films like Myna and Santheyalli Nintha Kabira, and was recently part of Puneeth Rajkumar’s Raajakumara.
Sarath Kumar plays a pivotal role in Seetharama Kalyana directed by A Harsha.