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In first person: Anant Nag
‘Films were bolder in the past’
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V. Sreenivasa Murthy Anant Nag.

ANANT NAG, unarguably one of Kannada cinema’s greatest actors, has also been one of its most recognised faces. The “handsome-as-hell” actor has acted in more than 100 films in Kannada, Marathi, Konkani, Hindi, Tamil, Telugu and Malayalam in a career spanning over four decades. Anant Nag, 64, has also essayed roles in the television adaptation of R.K. Narayan’s Malgudi Days, which was directed by his late brother Shankar Nag.


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