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  • Karanth, Prema

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     1'''Prema Karanth  (b. 1936)''' 
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     4Kannada director born in Bangalore. Brought 
     5up by grandparents in a small Karnataka village 
     6in Kolar District. Wrote stories and articles for 
     7children’s magazine, Chandamama. Wellknown 
     8director on Kannada stage noted 
     9particularly for children’s theatre (e.g. 
     10Kambhar’s Alibaba and the Forty Thieves, 
     111978). Studied at Benares University and 
     12graduated in direction at National School of 
     13Drama (1971), worked in Delhi-based theatre 
     14groups Yatrik and Dishantar, and in husband 
     15B.V. Karanth’s Benaka in Bangalore (1975). 
     16Did costumes for over 120 plays in English, 
     17Hindi and Kannada. Assisted Karnad and 
     18Karanth on Tabbaliyu Neenade Magane/ 
     19Godhuli (1977), G.V. Iyer on Kudre Motte, in 
     20which she also acted. Worked at the Adarsh 
     21Film Institute with Kasaravalli. 
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     23 
     24'''FILMOGRAPHY''' (* only act): 1977: Kudre 
     25Motte*; 1982: Amara Madhura Prema*; 
     26Phaniyamma; 1983: Simhasana*; 1985: The 
     27Jewel of Manipur: Part 1 (Doc); 1986: The 
     28Jewel of Manipur: Part 2 (Doc); 1988: Appiko 
     29(Doc); 1989: Nakkala Rajkumari; 1990: Sapne 
     30Huye Sakaar (Doc). 
     31 
     32[[Director]]