Girish Karna Passed Away

Award winning actor Girish Karnad passed Away 

Grant winning entertainer, dramatist and author Girish Karnad passed away at his habitation in Bengaluru Monday. He was 81. The Jnanpith awardee capitulated to numerous organ disappointment. 

Conceived in Maharashtra on 19 May 1938, Karnad was a multi-faceted character. He finished his Bachelor's certificate from Karnatak University. In 1963, he finished his Master's from Oxford University, where he considered way of thinking, legislative issues and financial aspects. 

Thought about one of India's recognized writers, Karnad composed his first play in 1961. Called Yayati , it depended on a legendary lord. 

He was as yet a Rhodes researcher at the Oxford University when this play was broadly generally welcomed by the crowd and pundits. 

After three years, in 1964, Karnad composed Tughlaq, another play dependent on the account of the fourteenth century ruler Muhammad canister Tughluq. His consequent plays, Hayavadana in 1972 and Nagamandala in 1988, made Karnad a name to figure with among top writers in the nation. 

An adaptable on-screen character and producer, Karnad won a few National honors for screen-composing, composing and coordinating movies in Kannada and Hindi. In 1970, he appeared as an on-screen character and screenwriter in the film Samskara, which depended on a novel composed by U.R. Ananthamurthy. The film won the principal Golden Lotus grant for Kannada film. 

Karnad's 1972 movie Vamsha Vriksha, which he co-coordinated with B.V. Karanth, won the Best Film and Best Director grants, while his well known motion picture Kanooru Heggadithi (1999) additionally packed away the Best Director grant. He additionally coordinated the motion picture Utsav in 1984, an adjustment of the fourth century Sanskrit play Mrichchhakatika. 

He has been consulted with a few esteemed honors — Padma Shri in 1974, Padma Bhushan and Sahitya Akademi grant in 1994, and Jnanpith grant in 1998. 

Karnad, who had eagerly condemned assaults on columnists and essayists the nation over, was given security by the Karnataka Police after his name was observed to be in the rundown of ultra conservative activists that had intended to execute him.
After the murders of several writers and rationalists such as Gauri Lankesh, M.M. Kalburgi, Govind Pansare and Narendra Dabholkar, Karnad had joined the movement called #MeTooUrbanNaxal.
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