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Wednesday, October 24, 2012 12:31:14 PM (IST)  

Mangalore: Telugu Actor Suman Talwar's Heart Beats for Tulunadu

Mangalore: Telugu Actor Suman Talwar's Heart Beats for Tulunadu

Brijesh Garodi
Daijiworld Media Network - Mangalore (BG)

Mangalore, Oct 24: Suman Talwar, popular south Indian actor, is a unique blend - born and brought up in Chennai, he is a noted actor in Telugu, but his heart beats for Tulunadu, where he basically has his origins.

Daijiworld caught up with actor during his visit to the city to witness the Dasara festivities.

“Wherever one might live, one shouldn’t forget the culture and tradition of his motherland,” says Suman.

Suman visits Manglore often, especially for religious rituals. This year, he took time off to enjoy the Dasara festival in his native. He has planned and committed himself to visit the major temples in Mangalore.

Suman has acted in 99 Telugu films as a hero. In all, he has done almost 300 movies, including films in Kannada, Telugu and Tamil. After his film ‘Annamaya’, he has been in high demand, especially to play devotional characters.

He believes that in order to succeed in any field, be it cinema, business or politics, fate and destiny play a very important role.

He also openly expresses his pride in having the privilege of watching a movie with former President Shankar Dayal Sharma in Rashtrapati Bhavan.

He entered the film industry mainly because of his martial art skills. While he was a student, he was impressed by the martial arts skills by one of his friend. He developed an interest in it and finally that is what helped him surge ahead in his career.

"Karnataka is the only state that has five languages - Kannada, Coorgi, Tulu, Mapla and Konkani. But in spite of being so rich, the Kannada film industry is facing a lot of problems," feels Suman.

"Business will increase and develop if the cinema board allows the dubbing of Karnataka regional language movies to Kannada. Other languages outside Karnataka can be dubbed to Kannada, but Tulu, Konkani, Coorgi or Mapla languages cannot be dubbed to Kannada. Dubbing will automatically increase the potential and hence create a lot of scope and encouragement for Tulu, Konkani and Coorgi movie makers. If their movie is dubbed, they can set markets in other parts of Karnataka as well, rather than being confined to one language or region," he says.

"Dr Rajkumar is the King of Kannada film industry. Likewise in Tamil, it is MGR, in Telugu it is NTR and Prem Nazir in Malayalam. These people are legends and their inspiration is a gift to the youngsters and blooming young artistes. They are all legends and well-known for their unique styles," he says, adding that no one has touched Rajkumar's aura in Kannada so far.

Suman waxes eloquent about megastar Rajnikanth and says he is 'a legend who is a mixture of all the legends of Tamil, Telugu, Kannada and Malayalam'.

According to Suman, there are two mass and class actors in the movie industry - Ranjnikanth and Kamal Hassan. "As far as acting is concerned, Rajnikanth is the best in the whole world," he says.

Suman wishes to act in Kannada, Tulu, Konkani and Coorgi movies as well, provided he is offered an interesting role and script.

Suman practices Yoga daily for half an hour and if free, for an hour.

"Yoga is very important to keep oneself healthy. Diet is another major factor that needs to be controlled," he says.

“Meditation helps in releasing mental stress. Too much desire leads to tension in body. Also, balance the mind to welcome failures in life and take it as a challenge and achieve success," he advises.

He believes in the motto ‘Every day is a new day’.

Suman is not all about movies, but has a soft corner for farmers too. "Farmers are the backbone of our nation; hence there is a need to support them. The government needs to take proper action to preserve cultivable lands and set aside a certain amount for the insurance of their farms and lives. When there is drought or fall in price, this money can be utilized for their recovery," he says.

Comments on this article
Allen D, Mangalore/Houston
Thursday, November 08, 2012

I'm proud to belong to the Tulu speaking region...but I'd rather call it Dakshina Kannada instead of Tulunadu, simply because the last thing a united India needs is one more needless movement for a separate state. Over time, the phrase becomes part of normal lingo and before you know it, a political party demands statehood.

Ahmed, Udupi/KSA
Thursday, November 08, 2012

Genuine comments from Reshmi Salian,

alban lewis, Kallianpur/bangalore
Friday, October 26, 2012

I always liked comments from Reshmi Salian
This persons comments here to the point and do not favour any particular political party.
Like this person said right is right wrong is wrong unlike some here who are pro a particular party, inspite of proven scandals and being in jail too

Dr Kusuma Kumari G , Nellore/Kundapura(Hanglur)
Friday, October 26, 2012

Very true statement by Suman. Wherever we live we shouldn't forget our culture of motherland. Very true...

Reshmi Salian, Mangalore
Thursday, October 25, 2012

Naveen Shetty..half knowledge is not only bad but also very dangerous. You can read my comments for corruption by Congress minister's on various columns, Moily's promises and inaction by Oscar Fernandes. For me, I praise the good deeds and I condemn the bad deeds irrespective of party lines. So you better yourself and then comment. If you don't know, then keep your mouth shut.

Naveen Shetty, Mangalore
Thursday, October 25, 2012

Reshmi Salian, Mangalore

I have seen your comments. Yours is congress praising comments always. Just introspect yourself before pointing fingers towards third persons

Reshmi Salian, Mangalore
Thursday, October 25, 2012

Nice poem Bhandarkar saheb...Your poems are wonderful and keep writing. Your poems ease tension and really they are mind blowing. Keep going Bhandarkar saaheb..

Reshmi Salian, Mangalore
Thursday, October 25, 2012

Naveen Shetty...sach kadwaa lagtha hai na??? I just told Dinesh Poojary's dialogues are always one sided. He just praises BJP even if they are doing wrong. So he cannot be a succesful dialogue writer. For me what is right is right and what is wrong is wrong. I don't want to praise BJP or any other political party when they do wrong. To do that you need guts and I know exactly what I am doing.

R.Bhandarkar., M
Thursday, October 25, 2012

Bathini Suman 'Talwar'
Nette Poojarlu, Salianyer Pathader
'Talwar'
Filmda Pudar-'Dinesh Reshmi Aur Talwar'!!

Naveen Shetty, Mangalore
Thursday, October 25, 2012

Dinesh Poojary,

Better you ignore this Reshmi Salian. She does not know what is she writing here. Her previous comment contradicts her latest comment.

Reshmi Salian, Mangalore
Thursday, October 25, 2012

If congress does development works, i will write dailogues in favour of congress - Dinesh Poojary..

Dinesh..and if BJP makes blunders also you will write dialogues in favour of BJP.

Sandesh Shetty, Bangalore/Kudla
Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Reshmi Salian, Mangalore your mind is always filled with BJP and kangress. This is an interview of an film actor not of any politician.

Dinesh Poojary, Kundapura/Bengaluru
Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Reshmi Salian, Mangalore

Yes, I am a supporter of BJP. If congress does development works, i will write dailogues in favour of congress.

Reshmi Salian, Mangalore
Wednesday, October 24, 2012

As you said, i can write dialogue. but i am not capable of producing a movie. you can try that - Dinesh Poojary..

But your dialogues are always one sided. You are the one who just praise BJP..You should change your attitude. Appreciate the good and disapprove the bad. Coming to politics, every party has pros and cons. But you appreciate BJP for everything which is not correct and hence you fail in dialogue writing.


Stephen, mangalore
Wednesday, October 24, 2012

@ Reshmi Salian, Mangalore / Dinesh Poojary, Kundapura/Bengaluru

Any famous personality, while giving interview in native place says same dialogue 'My Heart beats for this region/language'. If any producer approaches them with script, they demand same money, they are getting in other language movies, where they are popular, which I am sure Tulu movie producers can not afford. Apart from this, they show lot of nakraa...

Can our producers afford Sunil shetty, Shilpa shetty, Aishwarya Rai, Prakash raj?

Amin Bhoja, Patte / Riyadh
Wednesday, October 24, 2012

A true fact indeed ,it is not only our actor Suman talwar's Heart beats to Tulunadu ,it is we many a large number of Tulunadu people who scattered all over the Globe! each one of us and our hearts too beats to tulunadu,our lovely and our beautiful land !.

Dinesh Poojary, Kundapura/Bengaluru
Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Rakesh , Udupi

I agree, kundapur people don't speak Tulu. Even I don't know full tulu. But my heart extends same love and passion towards Tulu as I have for Kannada.

Dinesh Poojary, Kundapura/Bengaluru
Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Reshmi Salian, Mangalore,

as you said, i can write dialogue. but i am not capable of producing a movie. you can try that.

Melwin D'Souza, Angelore / Dubai
Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Iam argee with Reshmi saian

Rakesh , Udupi
Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Mr.Dinesh Poojary For your information Kundapura People wont speak Tulu..So why you worried so much about tulu Movies..

Reshmi Salian, Mangalore
Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Then why can't he play a role in TULU movie?-Dinesh Poojary

Dinesh, if producers or directors approach him, then definitely he will act in tulu movies. Why don't you produce one tulu movie? You are one of the good dialogue writers on this forum.

Dinesh Poojary, Kundapura/Bengaluru
Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Then why can't he play a role in TULU movie?

Clement Sequeira, Puttur - Bangalore
Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Suman is a 4th Dan black Belt from Karate Budokan International ( All India Budokan Karate Federation )

www.aibkf.com

Umeshchandra, Mangalore
Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Unfact he acted in Rajanis Shivaji film, I am proud of him since he belongs to Tulunadu Community..ie Billawa Community

 
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