Shreedhar B.S is an Indian film director and screenwriter who has made a mark in the Kannada film industry. He is known for his unconventional and experimental approach to filmmaking, which has allowed him to tell unique stories.
Shreedhar was born in Bangalore, Karnataka. He studied at the National Institute of Technology, Suratkal and graduated with a degree in Mechanical Engineering in 1997. After that, he joined the film school at the Bangalore University in 2001.
Shreedhar's first movie, My Autograph, was released in 2006 and won the Karnataka State Film Award for Best Debut Director. He followed this up with the much-acclaimed film, Manasaare, released in 2009. Both films were commercially successful and critically acclaimed.
In 2013, Shreedhar released his third film, Paddehuli, which was a huge hit, and won the Karnataka State Film Award for Best Director. He then went on to direct his fourth film, Aata, which was also successful and won three awards at the Karnataka State Film Awards.
In 2015, Shreedhar released his fifth film, Rajahuli, which was one of the most successful Kannada films ever and won six awards at the Karnataka State Film Awards. Shreedhar went on to direct his sixth film, Tagaru, which was a huge hit and earned him several awards, including the Karnataka State Film Award for Best Director.
Shreedhar has also written many scripts for various movies, including the widely successful Mungaru Male 2 and Hebbuli. He is also known for his work on the popular Kannada TV show, Bigg Boss Kannada.
Shreedhar is one of the most respected filmmakers in the Kannada film industry today. His unique approach to filmmaking has earned him numerous awards and accolades. He is known for his unconventional story-telling style, which has allowed him to tell stories that are both entertaining and thought-provoking.