Bullet Prakash’s 47th Birth Anniversary: Bullet Prakash was a Kannada film actor from India. He predominantly played comedic roles in nearly 325 films. He was born in Bangalore, India on April 2, 1976. Prakash earned the nickname “Bullet” because he formerly rode a Royal Enfield bullet. In 2015, he also joined the Bharatiya Janata Party.
His most recent film roles include Naan Sathiriyan, Jerk, Hyper, Payana, Mari Tiger, Rajasimha, and Ibbaru B. Tech Students’ Journey. In addition, he participated in the second season of the Kannada reality television programme “Bigg Boss.”
Bullet Prakash Biography:
|Name||Bullet Prakash (ಬುಲೆಟ್ ಪ್ರಕಾಶ್)|
|Date Of Birth||3 April 1976|
|Age||(Age at Death: 44 years 0 months 3 days)|
|Place Of Birth||Bangalore, Karnataka|
|Date Of Death||6 April 2020|
|Place Of Death||Bangalore, Karnataka|
Bullet Prakash made his debut in AK 47 (1999), a film starring Shivarajkumar and directed by N Omprakash Rao, in which he played a small role.
Dhruva (2002), Partha (2003), Excuse Me (2003), and Omkara (2004) were among his earliest films; he has since appeared in a number of successful films, including Kalasipalya (2004), Veera Kannadiga (2004), Sye (2005), Shastry (2005), Deadly Sostry (2005), Hubli (2006), Jackie (2010), and Sanju Weds Geetha (2012).(2010).
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Prakash participated in the second season of the Kannada version of Bigg Boss.
Bullet Prakash and Darshan Thoogudeep have acted together in a number of films, and their friendship has grown over time. Prakash stood by Darshan when he had marriage problems, and now that he is a producer, he will produce “Sulthan,” a remake of the Tamil film “Poojai.” Darshan will play the main character in the film.
Controversy/Fight with Dinakar Thoogudeep:
In February 2015, Bullet Prakash alleged that Dinakar Thoogudeep had verbally abused him. Dinakar was dissatisfied that Prakash was promoting his upcoming film Sultan before those already in the queue. Under the influence of alcohol, miscommunication led to an exchange of harsh language. It is said that Darshan, their common link, facilitated a compromise between the two.
Bullet Prakash entered politics in July 2015, when he joined the Bharatiya Janata Party. A party in which his mother was a member and volunteer for over 25 years. R. Ashok, Deputy Chief Minister, was present at the event.
Prakash died of kidney failure in Bangalore on April 6, 2020.