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Dayal Padmanabhan
Director • Writer • Actor • Executive Producer • Producer • Screenplay • Production Designer • Costume Designer • Dialogue Writer
Born: June 14, 1970 in Viluppuram, Tamil Nadu, India
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An Indian film writer, director and producer, Dayal Padmanabha is noted for his work in Kannada cinema. The writer-director who made his debut on the silver screen with OK Saar OK (2004) specializes in making romantic-thriller and comedy-thrillers. Few of his most notable directorial ventures include Haggada Kone (2014), which received wide critical acclaim, and Actor (2016). His 2017 release includes, Toss, a romance comedy starring Vijay Raghavendra, Ramya Barna and Sathya Harishchandra. His other releases includes Aa Karaala Ratri, Puta 109, Thrayambakam, Ranganayaki and Ombatthane Dikku.
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Thrayambakam
Puta 109
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Sathya Harishchandra
Toss (Kannada)
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