Balakrishna Kola

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Balakrishna Kola
Born Balakrishna Kola
(1992-08-11) 11 August 1992 (age 26)
Chitoor, Andhra Pradesh, India
Occupation Film actor
Years active 2015–present

Balakrishna Kola (born 11 August 1992) is an Indian actor who works in the Tamil and Telugu film industries. Son of Editor Kola Bhaskar, he made his acting debut in Selvaraghavan's wife Geethanjali Direction in Maalai Nerathu Mayakam .

Early life

Balakrishna Kola (born 11 August 1992) is an Indian film actor, born in Chittor and brought up in Hyderabad and his father is leading film editor and distributor in both Kollywood and Tollywood. He is producing film named Maalai Nearthu Mayakkam (Tamil) and the same film which is dubbed in Telugu named Nan Vadhali Neevu Polelevule.He did his civil engineering from Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology and he also did his degree in acting Roshan Taneja Bombay. He is also trained in mixed martial arts and trained dancer


BalaKrishna Kola's debut film Maalai Nerathu Mayakkam, directed by Geethanjali Selvaragaven and produced by his father, was a high critically acclaimed and Appericated by Press and media


Year Film Role Language Notes
2016 Malai Nerathu Mayakkam Prabhu Tamil
2016 nanu Vadhali Neevu Polelevule Prabhu Telugu

Critical reception

Balakrishna got received generally positive reviews from critics. Writing for The Hindu, Sudhir Srinivasan said "Gitanjali opens the film with a line that goes, “It’s difficult to explain some love stories.” Well, perhaps if they were really love stories, they could be explained."[1]