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Nationality  Indian
Occupation  Actor

Role  Actor
Spouse  Lakshmi (m. ?–2006)
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Name   Sadananda Sagar
Born  10 May 1944 (1944-05-10) Kanakapalya, Bangalore, Kingdom of Mysore,British India
Notable work  Prachanda RavanaVajra Mushti
Died  January 5, 2006, Bengaluru
Movies  Giri Kanye, Apoorva Sangama, Sampathige Savaal, Mayura, Aakasmika
Similar People  Tiger Prabhakar, Chi Udayashankar, Bungle Shama Rao Dwa, V Somashekar, G K Venkatesh

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Vajramuni (10 May 1944 – 5 January 2006) was an Indian actor who appeared in Kannada films. He portrayed negative characters during most of his career and was considered one of Kannada cinema's finest actors. Over his career, he came to be known for his "thundering voice and sterling performance[s]" that earned him the sobriquets Nata Bhairava and Nata Bhayankara.


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Vajramuni began his career as a stage actor and gained popularity with his portrayal of Ravana in Kanagal Prabhakar Shastri's play Prachanda Ravana. He made his film debut in 1969 with Puttanna Kanagal's Mallammana Pavada. His pairing with Rajkumar, with the latter as the lead, in the 1970s came to be widely appreciated, with films such as Sipayi Ramu (1972), Gandhada Gudi (1973), Sampathige Savaal (1974), Premada Kanike (1976), Bahaddur Gandu (1976), Giri Kanye (1977) and Shankar Guru (1978). Recognizing his contribution to Kannada cinema, he was awarded the Lifetime Contribution to Kannada Cinema Award in 2006.

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Early life

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Vajramuni was born as Sadananda Sagar on 10 May 1944 in the Kanakapalya of Bangalore. He was named after the Hindu deity Vajramuneshwara, that his members of his family were devotees of. His father Vajrappa was a corporator with the Bangalore City Municipality.


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Vajramuni was a college dropout and held a degree in cinematography. He was a product of the Kannada amateur theatre. He impressed Puttanna Kanagal with his performance as Ravana in Kanagal Prabhakar Shastri's play Prachanda Ravana who offered Vajramuni a role in the film Saavira Mettilu. The film however got shelved.

Kanagal eventually cast him in Mallammana Pavada, which would become Vajramuni's debut film as an actor. Producers insisted that Udaya Kumar would be a better choice to match to Shivaji Ganeshan who played the role in the Tamil version, but Puttanna insisted that it had to be Vajramuni. Vajramuni acted in a number of films such as Mayura, Sampathige Saval, Daari Tappida Maga, Premada Kanike, Giri Kanye, Shankar Guru and Aakasmika with Rajkumar.


Having suffered from multiple diseases including chronic diabetes and protracted kidney-related illness, Vajramuni died on 5 January 2006, at 5:30 a.m in a private hospital in Bangalore.


Karnataka State Film Awards
  • 1982–83: Best Supporting Actor — Bettale Seve
  • 2005: Lifetime Contribution to Kannada Cinema Award
  • References

    Vajramuni Wikipedia