Know Vineeth

Vineeth Hails from ‘Gods own Country’- Kerala. He was born to Professionals, a well known lawyer Mr. K.T. Radhakrishnan and a noted Doctor, Mrs. Shantha Kumari.
Vineeth started training in ‘Bharathanatiyam’ the Legendary South Indian dance from at the tender age of five, under Guru Chemancheri Kunhiraman Nair & took up further training under the guidance of the reputed guru Kalamandalam Saraswathi of Calicut. He is also trained in Kuchipudi and Mohiniyatam, two other traditional South Indian styles of Dances. At present, he is undergoing advanced training in ‘Bharathanatyam’ under the guidance and tutelage of the veteran danseuse guru, Padmabhushan Dr. Padma Subramaniyam.
He entered films in 1985 when he was in the 10th grade. After his debut film, he won instant recognition as a hero in his second film, ‘Nakakshathangal’ written by Gnana Peettam award winner Shri. M.T.Vasudevan Nair and directed by the acclaimed director, Hariharan. He took a break from the arc lights of the film industry to concentrate on his studies. Vineeth did his schooling in Ooty and Kerala, and then graduated in Commerce from Madras University in 1991. After his graduation he took up acting as a serious profession by doing films like ‘Aavarampoo’ in Tamil and ‘Sargam’ in Malayalam, which brought him to the limelight.
From then on, he has acted as in over ninety films in four South India Languages.

          Vineeth has worked with renowned film directors in India such as G. Aravindan, Shaji. N. Karun, Bharathan, K. Balachandar, Hariharan, Fazil, Priyadarashan and Shankar to name a few

He has also starred in an English Film titled “Bokshu the Myth’ which was viewed all over the World.
Vineeth was the first student to have procured the ‘Kalaprathibha’ Gold Medal for individual championship from the Kerala State Government for the Kerala State School Youth Festival in 1986.
He acquired the Best New Face Awarded from the Film Fan’s Association in Tamilnadu for his outstanding performance in his film ‘Avarampoo’.
He won the second best actor Award from the Kerala State Film Critics Association for the films ‘Daivathinte Vikrkuthikal’ and ’Sargam’. He also won the supporting actor award from the Film Fan’s Association for the films ‘Jathimalli’ and ‘Pudhiyamugam’.
However, his passion for dance was much in evidence, during which he composed, choreographed and performed umpteen number of dance recitals in India and abroad.

          He also had the honour of performing under the Nattuvangum of his revered Guru Padmabushan Dr. Padma Subramaniyam for the prestigious Soorya Dance Festival in Trivandrum and the renowned Bharath Kalachar in Chennai in 2003. Vineeth received the ‘Yuvakala Bharathi’ award for 2006 from Bharath Kalachar. He was conferred the ‘Kalaimani’ award 2007 by Tamilnadu Govt.
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