He is marked as the greatest womanizer of the South Indian industry. His affairs with this co-stars are normal for him and this chocolate boy is said to have an addiction to women. All of his relationships have broken because of his multiple affairs. He not only dated south cinema’s leading actresses, he even dated the sister of Bollywood Nawab Saif Khan’s sister Sohal Ali Khan.
His co-stars fall for his charm in such a way that they want to marry him but he never thinks once about this as he has many to sleep with. One of the leading lady of the Tollywood Samantha said in an interview that she smelled to the end of her relationship with Siddharth on a bitter note so she broke up with him before things got worse. There were rumors of his live-in relationship with Shruti Hassan too went to kaput owing to his flamboyant nature.
Why is it so that despite knowing everything why actresses chose to have a relationship with him? The answer to this is a huge pack of skills and talents. He is a superstar that is understood but being a superstar is not only the thing that impresses the leading ladies of cinema.
His journey from nobody to everybody is in itself proof that he is a talented pan Indian actor. He was born to a Tamil speaking family in Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India. After completing school, he went for graduation to Kirori Mal College, Delhi which produces some brilliant and talented personalities of India. He was very active during his college days as he participated extensively in extra-curricular activities during college, serving as the president of the College’s debating society and attending the world debating championships. After completing his graduation, he went for an MBA from S.P. Jain Institute of Management and Research, Mumbai.
This talented man while perusing his management study also won a speaking skills competition which earned him the CNBC Manager of the year award in 1999. His father knew about his movie skills but cannot resist applying his middle-class strategy where one takes the risk only after securing his / her position safe. He asked him to pursue his study well and then he can opt for a career in movies. He briefly pursued amateur theatre during his time in Delhi through live stage performances with the theatre group players, while also honing his writing and directional skills. After completing his education he started his apprenticeship with Ad filmmaker Jayendra and cinematographer P.C. Sreeram.
They both helped him join as an assistant director for Mani Ratnam’s Kannathil Muthamittal. He worked on the film throughout 2001 and also appeared in one scene for an uncredited role. At the time Indian Spielberg Shankar who is known for his filmmaking was searching for a new face for his movie boys. After discussing with Mani Ratnam he went to meet Shankar and gave an audition following which he was signed for the movie. The movie released in the year 2003 and his role was appreciated among the audience. After that, he was signed by his mentor Mani Ratnam for a political drama film, Aayutha Ezhuthu (2004). He played the role of student Arjun Balakrishnan, a character which he described was similar to his real-life persona. The movie cast also included Madhavan, Surya, and Trisha. The film was released in May 2004 with positive reviews, with a critic from the Hindu noting Siddharth’s portrayal as “Neat”, while another reviewer noted that Siddharth is “Cool” and discovers his comic side with some great one-liners. Still, the bigger recognition yet to come and then he ventured into Telugu films.
He appeared in Prabhu Deva’s first directional project. The romantic drama Nuvvostanante Nenoddantana (2005) in which he was again paired alongside Trisha. The film consequently went on to become an all-time blockbuster in the Telugu film industry, and Siddharth became a much sought after actor in Telugu films. After this movie, he became a bankable noted actor of South Indian cinema. He kept his hard work and later appeared in Rakyesh Omprakash Mehra’s Range De Basanti which later proved to be a classic movie of Indian cinema. These two movies are the most brilliant and much-appreciated movies of his career to date.
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