Hometown: Palluruthy, Kochi
Age: 32 Years
Wife: Reethu Zachariah
|Profession(s)||Model, Actor, Playback Singer|
|Famous Role||‘Sunny Jose Prakash’ in the 2012 Malayalam film “Da Thadiya”
|Physical Stats & More|
|Height (approx.)||in centimeters- 172 cm
in meters- 1.72 m
in feet & inches- 5’ 8”
|Debut||Film: Pranayam (2011) as 'Arun'
Song (As a singer): ‘Oh, My Panchasara’ from the film “Da Thadiya” (2012)
|Date of Birth||29 May 1988 (Sunday)|
|Age (as of 2020)||32 Years|
|Birthplace||Palluruthy, Kochi, Kerala, India|
|Hometown||Palluruthy, Kochi, Kerala, India|
|School||Chinmaya Vidyapeet, Kerala|
|College/University||Mahatma Gandhi University, Kerala|
|Educational Qualification||B.Com Facebook|
|Hobbies||Travelling, Doing Photography|
|Relationships & More|
|Marriage Date||10 December 2016 (Saturday)|
|Wife/Spouse||Reethu Zachariah (Production Assistant)
|Parents||Father: Bhasi Ravindran
Mother: Name Not Known
|Siblings||Brother- Sreekanth Bhasi (Musician)
Sister- Not Known
|Actor(s)||Lalettan, Min-Sik Choi|
|Travel Destination(s)||Waghaman, Manali, Jispa, Barlacha|
Some Lesser Known Facts About Sreenath Bhasi
- Sreenath Bhasi is an Indian actor, lawyer, and singer.
- He was born in a middle-class family in Palluruthy, Kochi.
- He actively participated in co-curricular activities in his school and college days.
- After completing his graduation, he worked as the anchor of a call-in show with Kiran TV.
- Sreenath worked as a radio jockey in RED FM 93.5 for a while.
- He has also worked as a video jockey.
- Bhasi started his career in acting in 2011 by playing the role of ‘Arun’ in the Malayalam film “Pranayam.”
- Subsequently, he appeared in the films “Arike” (2011), “Ustad Hotel” (2012), “Da Thadiya” (2012), “Honey Bee” (2013), and “Third World Boys” (2015).
- Some of his popular films include “Parava” (2017), “Iblis” (2018), “Virus” (2019), “Happy Sardar” (2019), and “Trance” (2020).
- As a singer, Bhasi has worked for the songs ‘Thaanaro’ from the film “North 24 Kaatham,” ‘Pakalin Vathil’ from the film “Parava,” ‘Nee’ from the film “Varathan,” and ‘Mathayichan’ from the film “Trance.”
- Sreenath loves dogs and owns a pet dog named Pupsky.