Malavalli Huchche Gowda Amarnath born 29 May 1952, Malavalli Huchche Gowda Amarnath, known by his pseudonym Ambareesh, was an Indian actor, media personality, and politician from the state of Karnataka. Alongside Rajkumar and he appears in the “triumvirate” of Kannada cinema among his most famous actors.
With her debut in the film Kannada Naagarahaavu (1972), winner of a national prize of Puttanna Kanagal, Ambareesh’s acting career began with a brief phase of depicting secondary characters and secondary characters. After establishing himself as a leading actor portraying rebel characters on screen in a number of commercially successful films, he has earned the nickname “rebel star”. He has also received the nickname of Mandyada Gandu and continues to hold the status of morning idol in popular culture of Karnataka.