Vishal Biography

Vishal in Chellame
Name: Vishal Krishna Reddy
Date of Birth: 29 August 1977
Family: Father- Tamil Film Producer G.K Reddy
Education: B.Sc., Visual Communication at Loyola College.

Vishal Krishna Reddy is a young hero of Tamil film industry. He has showed his acting talent in action movies and performed lead role in majority of the films.

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Vishal was born on 29 August 1977 in family of a Tamil Film producer G. K. Reddy in Andhra Pradesh. His mother tongue is Telugu and he is brought up in Chennai where he did his education at Don Bosco School and Loyola College.

Vishal in Chellame Vishal has strong liking for direction and got an offer of apprenticeship with Ram GopalVarma. He had to reject this offer because his parents did not allow him to go to Mumbai and live far from home. He later joined actor-director Arjun Sarja as an assistant and entered into the film industry.

Vishal made his debut in Chellamae, with ReemaSen a blockbuster movie. Since then he did many successful films. His consecutive films Sandakozhi and Thimiru were also applauded by viewers.

He has done some sophomoric Tamil movies where the hero comes off triumphant after concurrently fighting with armed thugs.  In Telugu films, he has acted with heroines like Iliana and Nayanatara and Trisha.

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Missing JNU student: They wanted to kill him, says eyewitness

    Updated On : Oct 22,2016   3:46 pm
New Delhi, Oct 22 (IANS) As a mob of around 30 students rained blows, abuses and communal slurs on JNU student Najeeb Ahmed on the night of October 14, some of them could be heard saying tauntingly, "Issko 72 houron ke paas bhejna hai (We will send him to 72 virgins)". View More..

Forbidden things intrigue people: Gurmeet

    Updated On : Oct 22,2016   1:12 pm
New Delhi, Oct 22 (IANS) Actor Gurmeet Choudhary, who will showcase his never-seen-before avatar in the forthcoming film "Wajah Tum Ho", says people are fascinated by things that are forbidden, and it attracts the audience more toward erotic thriller movies. View More..

Why so much noise over intimate scenes, asks actor Sana Khan

    Updated On : Oct 19,2016   9:34 pm
Mumbai, Oct 19 (IANS) Bollywood actress Sana Khan says she finds it strange when she is asked about bold scenes and wonders why there is so much noise about intimate scenes in Hindi movies. View More..

I was a fashion victim: Shahid Kapoor

    Updated On : Oct 19,2016   4:30 pm
Mumbai, Oct 19 (IANS) Actor Shahid Kapoor, who has launched his own fashion brand called SKULT, says there was a time when he had poor sense of fashion. View More..

Delhi court grants bail to woman judge's husband

    Updated On : Oct 17,2016   7:16 pm
New Delhi, Oct 17 (IANS) A court on Monday granted bail to the lawyer husband of a senior judge and another lawyer arrested in a corruption case. View More..

'Tu Hai Mera Sunday' is a must watch at MAMI: Poll

    Updated On : Oct 17,2016   5:00 pm
Mumbai, Oct 17 (IANS) Shahana Goswami and Barun Sobti-starrer "Tu Hai Mera Sunday" has been selected as one of the top 'must watch' films at the forthcoming Jio MAMI 18th Mumbai Film Festival, according to a poll conducted by the festival organisers. View More..

In Bollywood films, skin show is in

    Updated On : Oct 17,2016   1:12 pm
Mumbai, Oct 17 (IANS) After the trailer of Aditya Chopra's "Befikre", where both Ranveer Singh and Vaani Kapoor are shown stripping to their bare essentials and smooching ceaselesly, it is now television stars Gurmeet Choudhary and Sana Khan making a do-or-die attempt to be noticed with their flamboyant fornication in the trailer "Wajah Tum Ho". View More..

Celebs mourn death of Bollywood music's 'unsung hero' Kersi Lord

    Updated On : Oct 17,2016   11:42 am
Mumbai, Oct 17 (IANS) Bollywood singers and musicians have mourned the death of the Indian film industry's "unsung hero" Kersi Lord, who was not just a popular multi-instrumentalist, but also one of R.D. Burman's closest associates who contributed in evergreen tracks like "Dum maaro dum" and "Chura liya hai tumne". View More..

India wanted fair deal in Kigali - and got it: UN environment chief (IANS Interview)

    Updated On : Oct 16,2016   3:24 pm
Kigali (Rwanda), Oct 16 (IANS) India knows the subcontinent is vulnerable to climate change but it also wanted a fair deal to phase out gases that are making global warming worse, a deal which also serves Indian development, UN Environment Chief Erik Solheim has said in an interview to IANS in the Rwandan capital. View More..

SRK is our favourite: British pop rock band member

    Updated On : Oct 15,2016   3:08 pm
New Delhi, Oct 15 (IANS) Britain-based boy band "The Vamps" first got a glimpse of Indian showbiz via a collaboration with Vishal-Shekhar for "Beliya". And James McVey, on behalf of the band, says they instantly fell in love with the glitzy world of Bollywood, with superstar Shah Rukh Khan taking their heart away. View More..

Historic climate pact on greenhouse gases approved

    Updated On : Oct 15,2016   2:14 pm
Kigali (Rwanda), Oct 15 (IANS) Over 150 countries struck a landmark deal on Saturday to reduce the emissions of powerful greenhouse gases, in a move that could prevent up to 0.5 degrees Celsius of global warming by the end of this century. View More..

Kigali climate pact hailed as historic

    Updated On : Oct 15,2016   1:10 pm
Kigali (Rwanda), Oct 15 (IANS) Nearly 200 nations came together to take a historic step in combating climate change, US Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Gina McCarthy said on Saturday. Likewise, the amendment was hailed by Canada, the European Union and Micronesia. View More..

197 nations agree to phase out super greenhouse gases

    Updated On : Oct 15,2016   12:54 pm
Kigali (Rwanda), Oct 15 (IANS) In a historic step towards realising the Paris Agreement on climate change, nearly 200 nations on Saturday unanimously decided global phase out of super greenhouse gases, replacing them with climate-friendly alternatives. View More..

India, US reach consensus on phasing out super greenhouse gases

    Updated On : Oct 14,2016   10:58 pm
Kigali (Rwanda), Oct 14 (IANS) India and the US on Friday reached a consensus over bringing down the consumption of hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs) used in air-conditioners and refrigerators, said an Indian official. View More..

Phasing out greenhouse gases will send signal to world markets: Kerry

    Updated On : Oct 14,2016   10:24 pm
Kigali (Rwanda), Oct 14 (IANS) The adoption of an ambitious hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs) phase down amendment could avoid up to half a degree Celsius of warming by the end of this century and such actions would send a powerful signal to the world markets, US Secretary of State John Kerry said here on Friday. View More..

Hefty pay hike, stocks for Infosys managers, executives

    Updated On : Oct 14,2016   9:52 pm
Bengaluru, Oct 14 (IANS) Software major Infosys on Friday announced a hefty compensation and stock options to its key managers and high-performing executives in recognition of their contribution to the company's robust growth. View More..

Court reserves order on bail plea of woman judge's husband

    Updated On : Oct 14,2016   9:50 pm
New Delhi, Oct 14 (IANS) A court here on Friday reserved its order on a bail plea of the lawyer husband of a senior judge and another lawyer arrested in a corruption case. View More..

Close to a deal for phasing out super greenhouse gases: UNEP

    Updated On : Oct 14,2016   6:40 pm
Kigali (Rwanda), Oct 14 (IANS) The world is close to striking a deal to phase out super greenhouse gases used in refrigeration and air-conditioning, United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) Executive Director Erik Solheim said on Friday. View More..

Gambling racket in Kolkata club busted, 32 arrested

    Updated On : Oct 14,2016   5:58 pm
Kolkata, Oct 14 (IANS) As many as 32 people, including the manager and employees of the Imperial Club here, were arrested for gambling, police said on Friday. View More..

Infosys lowers annual guidance despite robust Q2 growth

    Updated On : Oct 14,2016   2:32 pm
Bengaluru, Oct 14 (IANS) Global software major Infosys Ltd on Friday lowered its annual revenue guidance for the 2016-17 fiscal due to uncertain business outlook and currency volatility despite robust growth in the second quarter (July-September). View More..