|Name Prakash Bare|
|Occupation Actor, Producer, Technologist|
Education Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur
Awards Kerala State Film Award for Second Best Film
Movies Oraalppokkam, Ivan Megharoopan, Papilio Buddha, Akam, Nirnnayakam
Similar People V K Prakash, P Balachandran, Antony Thekkek, Meena Kandasamy, Priyanandanan
Children Shruthi Bare, Salini Bare
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Prakash Bare is an actor and producer in the Indian film industry. He made his acting debut in the 2010 Malayalam film Sufi Paranja Katha and has worked in several critically acclaimed films since then. Bare is a live presence in art house movies in south Indian languages.
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- Early life
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Prakash grew up in Chirakkal, a small village in Kannur district and attended Kamala Nehru UP School, Govt Model High School, Valapattanam and Kannur SN College for schooling. He completed B.Tech Electrical Engineering from NSS College of Engineering, Palakkad, Kerala. Prakash was active in dramatics during the college days and has won many accolades including Best Actor awards in Calicut University Interzone festival. He later did a masters in Microelectronics from IIT Kanpur, and spent 15 years in Silicon Valley, California where he worked as a technologist and entrepreneur in the VLSI design and automation industry.
Prakash has held various technology and business positions in electronics design industry in the US and India. He was one of co-founders of GDA Technologies Inc, one of the pioneering Electronic Design Services(EDS) companies. GDA, listed as one of the fastest-growing privately held companies in US by Inc Magazine its annual INC500 list in 2002, was subsequently acquired by Rambus Inc and L&T Technology Services in March 2007. He is currently involved with multiple technology start-ups in India.
Prakash Bare has acted in more than 20 films in Malayalam, Kannada and Marathi. Prakash is best known for his depiction of poet KP Madhavan Nair in Ivan Megharoopan. Another noted performance of Prakash is in film Oraalppokkam, produced by Kazhcha Chalachithra Vedi through online crowdfunding and shot in Kedarnath and Uttarakhand areas.
Under the banner Silicon Media, Prakash has produced/co-produced critically acclaimed Malayalam films such as Sufi Paranja Katha, Janaki, Ivan Megharoopan, shutter(marathi), and Papilio Buddha. Silicon Media productions have won several recognitions including 12 Kerala state awards and official selections to reputed film festivals like Berlin, Montreal, BFI, Durban, IFFK etc.
Silicon Media produced the Malayalam adaptation of the Samuel Beckett's Waiting for Godot called "Godoye Kaathu" in 2010, where he performed the role of Vladimir. The play was directed by Nandajan K.A., a theatre veteran from Kerala who has directed more than 50 plays in the last two decades, and was staged successfully at many venues throughout Kerala and Karnataka. The production house also staged 4Play in 2012, based on the works of Anton Chekhov and Jayaprakash Kulur.