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Tilak Shekar (born on 14th March 1982, Bengaluru), also known as Thilak, is an Indian film actor
who appears mainly in Kannada language
films. He is a model
turned actor and is known for his negative roles in Kannada movies
. He was one of the 13 housemates in the first season of "Bigg Boss
Kannada" aired in April 2013. Tilak is appreciated for his tremendous act in the movie "Ugramm". Tilak Shekar has debuted in Tamil movie
"Octopus", which is a crime thriller that also stars Kishore and Yagna Shetty.
Filmography of Tilak Shekar
"Ganda Hendathi" (2006)
"Meera Madhava Raghava" (2007)
"Hatrick Hodi Maga" (2009)
"Dandam Dashagunam" (2011)
"Chinnada Thaali" (2011)
"Story Kathe" (2013)
"Sri Adi Parashakti" (2013)
"H/34 - Pallavi Talkies" (2015)
Filmography of Tilak Shekar in Television
"Bigg Boss Kannada 1" (2013)
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