Krishna has now fetched the best verdicts for enacting the role of a cool and chiseling baddie in Shankar"s recent release Ananthapurathu Veedu. The actor extended his heartiest thanks to Shankar for signing him for couple of his consecutive projects including Eeram.
Krishna had undergone vivid training in various aspects of acting prior to making his debut in small screens. The actor was trained at AAFT (Asian Academy for Film and Television) in Noida. Sooner he was offered to perform the lead role in K. Balachandar"s Sahana, which was a sequel to Sindhu Bhairavi.
Off late, Krishna was offered to perform the role of a cancer patient in Kamal Hassan starrer Vasool Raja MBBS and due to unavoidable reasons couldn"t sign the project. Sooner he was offered to enact a challenging role in director Saran"s Idhaya Thirudan.
Krishna had his greatest turning point with Azhagiya Asura as he won incredible accolades for his outstanding performance as a baddie. Indeed, filmmaker Arivazhagan offered him a role in his Eeram soon after witnessing his astounding performance in A.A. And now, the actor is leaping with more offers with his crème de la crème performance in Ananthapurathu Veedu.
“I cannot forget three important persons in my life – K. Balachandar, Shankar, and Naga, who laid the strongest foundation for me here in film industry", says Krishna, who"ll be soon signing more projects.
Not many are brimmed with the deepest dreams of making it big as an actor right from their early age. But actor Krishna seems to be an exceptional chap, who had an insatiable passion towards acting right from his childhood.