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Bhaasi Bhaskar

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Bhaasi Bhaskar
Native nameB.V Bhaskar
BornBhaasi Bhaskar
🏳️ NationalityIndian
🏫 EducationKamala Nehru School and Bangalore High School
🎓 Alma materBangalore University
💼 Occupation
🏡 Home townBangalore, Karnataka
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Early life[edit]

Bhaasi Bhaskar was born and brought up in Bangalore. His father was as a scientist at DRDO under Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam. His father played as a cricketer for the then Mysore state and was intrigued by his father's passion for the game of cricket. He followed his fathers legacy as a dynamic person, as he too turned out to be a multi-dimensional person. He was fascinated by the personality and achievements of DR. Rajkumar and Sunil Gavaskar, whom he considered to be his idol and tried to follow their footsteps later on in his future endeavors.

Cricketing career[edit]

Although he, later on, proved his talent as a fine actor in the sandalwood industry, his achievements as a cricketer are worth noting when he played as a cricketer while pursuing his studies in Kamala Nehru school and Bangalore high school. He played minor county cricket and was in the Ranji squad of Karnataka, managing both his studies and his passion for cricket. He represented Bangalore university as a cricketer in many occasions as he was supported by his college administration, disproving the common Indian notion that sports and academics cannot be properly balanced, Mr. Bhaskar turned out to be an exception, he later secured a job in a bank due to his contributions to the cricketing circle. He maintained his passion for cricket while working, he played for the state senior under 25. His knock as a batsman for his state against Hyderabad in Hyderabad where he scored 177, despite the heavy turnout and support for the local team. He continues to be an inspiration for the current generation as he maintained a perfect balance between academics and sports, and later on with career and sports.

Film career[edit]

His dynamic personality took a larger effect when he accepted a role as a theater actor when in 2006 he accepted an offer to play in "mane mane kathe" at the iconic "Ravindra theater". He upgraded his command over Urdu, Hindi, and English to perform as a linguistically holistic actor and featured in around 20 plays.


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