Height 1.87 m
Years active 2010–present
|Name Adivi Sesh|
Siblings Sai Kiran Adivi
Role Film actor
|Full Name Adivi Sesh Sunny Chandra|
Occupation Actor, director, writer
Relatives Sai Kiran Adivi (Brother)
Movies Baahubali: The Beginning, Dongata, Panjaa, Ladies & Gentlemen, Balupu
Similar People Sai Kiran Adivi, Priya Banerjee, Sathyaraj, Nassar, S S Rajamouli
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Adivi Sesh, born Adivi Sesh Sunny Chandra, is an Indian film actor-director who works predominantly in Telugu cinema and a few Tamil films. He made his film debut as a lead actor and director in 2010 with Karma: Do You Believe?. His notable performances and commercial successes include Baahubali: The Beginning (2015), Dongaata (2015), Kshanam (2016), and Ami Thumi (2017). His film Kshanam was a sleeper hit and it went on to get nominated for numerous awards. He is the cousin of Tollywood director Sai Kiran Adivi.
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Actor adivi sesh special interview hmtv coffees and movies
He debuted as an actor, director and writer in the 2010 film Karma: Do You Believe? which also starred Jade Tailor and Sher Ali in the lead roles. Sesh's portrayal of Dev, a person who can fore-see events mere seconds before they happen, was well appreciated. Rediff praised his performance stating "As far as acting goes, Sesh Adivi does a good job. With an 'angelic' face he is an apt choice to play enigmatic Dev. His scripting skills also deserve mention. He may have chosen an unconventional path and a novel theme but he has tried to infuse something new in Telugu cinema."
In 2011, Sesh appeared in Vishnuvardhan's Panjaa which starred Pawan Kalyan, Sarah Jane Dias and Anjali Lavania in the lead. In this film, Sesh portrayed the role of Munna, an NRI who is a wealthy spoiled brat and a very dangerous person to those around him. This also marked his debut as a villain. His performance was highly appreciated by critics. Rediff said of his performance, "Sesh Adivi is worth watching for his 'maniacal' performance which is just the opposite of what he did in Karma, his directorial and acting debut." CineGoer.com also praised his performance, saying "Sesh's Karma changes for the good with this film and he is quite a revelation." He has also appeared in S.S. Rajamouli's epic drama Baahubali.