Madhu Bangarappa is an Indian politician, producer and actor from Karnataka. He is currently serving as Cabinet Minister in Government of Karnataka & Member of Karnataka Legislative Assembly representing Sorab. state Congress declared him as OBC president of state.He is present Primary and Secondary Education Minister of Karnataka 2023.[3]

Madhu Bangarappa
Bangarappa in 2023
Cabinet Minister, Government of Karnataka
Assumed office
27 May 2023
GovernorThawarchand Gehlot
CabinetSecond Siddaramaiah ministry
Chief MinisterSiddaramaiah
Ministry and DepartmentsPrimary & Secondary Education
Preceded byB. C. Nagesh
Member of Karnataka Legislative Assembly
Assumed office
May 2023
Preceded byKumar Bangarappa
In office
Preceded byH. Halappa
Succeeded byKumar Bangarappa
Personal details

Political partyIndian National Congress[2]
(July 2021 - Present)
Other political
Janata Dal (Secular)
(Till July 2021)
SpouseAnitha Madhu
Parent(s)S. Bangarappa (Father)
Shakuntala (Mother)
RelativesKumar Bangarappa (Brother)
Dr Shiva Rajkumar (Brother-in-law)
see Rajkumar family
OccupationProducer, Actor, Politician

Personal life edit

Madhu Bangarappa was born to former Chief Minister of Karnataka late S. Bangarappa and late Shakuntala Bangarappa. He has an elder brother Kumar Bangarappa and 3 sisters. One of the sisters is Geetha Shivarajkumar.

Political career edit

S. Madhu Bangarappa was a Janata Dal (Secular) Political party Member of Legislative Assembly elected from the Sorab constituency.[4] He was also candidate for the Shimoga seat Lok sabha by-polls 2018. Madhu Bangarappa joined Indian National Congress on 30 July 2021.[5]

Film career edit

Madhu has produced Kannada feature films such as Belliyappa Bangarappa (1992) which were big blockbuster hits in which his brother Kumar Bangarappa has appeared and co-produced.

Filmography edit

Year Film Note(s)
1989 Sharavegada Saradara Executive producer
1990 Ashwamedha Executive producer
1992 Purushotthama Producer
1992 Belliyappa Bangarappa Producer
1994 Gandugali Actor; cameo
1995 Thayi Illada Thavaru Presenter
1996 Aadithya Actor
2003 Gokarna Actor
2006 Kallarali Hoovagi Producer

Source : [6]

References edit

  1. ^ "Sitting and previous MLAs from Sorab Assembly Constituency". Retrieved 31 July 2021.
  2. ^ "Madhu Bangarappa joins Congress". The Hindu. 30 July 2021. Retrieved 31 July 2021.
  3. ^ "Madhu Bangarappa is new Primary and Secondary Education Minister of Karnataka". 29 May 2023. Retrieved 13 June 2023.
  4. ^ "Madhu Bangarappa".
  5. ^ "Former Karnataka CM Bangarappa's son and ex-JD(S) MLA Madhu formally joins Congress". The Indian Express. 30 July 2021. Retrieved 31 July 2021.
  6. ^ "Madhu Bangarappa". Retrieved 31 July 2021.

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