• Jaishankar Prasad

    Jaishankar Prasad

    Jaishankar Prasad (30 January 1889 – 15 November 1937) was a famed figure in modern Hindi literature as well as Hindi theatre.

  • Jaishankar


    Jaishankar (12 July 1938 – 3 June 2000) was an Indian actor known for his work in Tamil cinema. He was credited onscreen with title of Makkal Kalingnar Jaishankar or Makkal Tamilan in most of the films starring him and is sometimes referred to as the "Thennagathu James Bond" (South Indian James Bond) because of his roles in films such as Vallavan Oruvan and CID Shankar .

  • Jaishankar Chigurula (Director)

    Jaishankar Chigurula (Director)

    Jaishankar Chigurula is an Indian film director, screenwriter, from Telugu cinema ,he was born 1992 in Hyderabad, Telangana, India his debut film 21. The film was released on 29 July 2016. 21 fetched positive reviews and emerged successful at the box office.

  • Jaishankar Bhojak

    Jaishankar Bhojak

    Jaishankar Bhudhardas Bhojak, (30 January 1889 – 22 January 1975) better known by his theatre name Jaishankar 'Sundari', was an Indian actor and director of Gujarati theatre. Starting at the young age, he rose to fame for his roles of female impersonator in early Gujarati plays. He retired from acting in 1932 but returned to theatre direction in 1948. He directed and acted in several successful plays. He was awarded Padma Vibhushan in 1971.

  • M. Jaishankar

    M. Jaishankar (1977 – February 27, 2018), nicknamed Psycho Shankar, was an Indian criminal notorious for a series of rapes and murders during 2008–2011. It is believed that he was involved in about 30 rape, murder, and robbery cases across Tamil Nadu, Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh. At the time of his death, he had been accused of murdering at least nineteen women.

  • Jaishankar Menon

    Jaishankar Menon (born August 9, 1956) is Vice-President of Technical Strategy at IBM who contributed to RAID technology.

  • Vedam Jaishankar

    Vedam Jaishankar is an experienced cricket correspondent with a career spanning two decades during which he has travelled extensively and covered cricketing in six continents across the globe. Cricket has been an abiding passion with him and he has played school college and club cricket with a number of well known cricketers. He coached for a few years in the Brijesh Patel Cricket Academy before the demands of journalism made him give up coaching. After a stint with the Deccan Herald he moved to The Indian Express where he was the principal cricket correspondent for many years. He has occasionally done Television and Radio commentary of the game. Jaishankar was the office bearer of the Sports Writers Association of Bangalore and its parent body Sports Journalist Federation of India. He received the for excellence in Sports Journalism from the Karnataka State Government and the for outstanding contribution to Journalism. He also served in the Board of Control for Cricket in India's Accreditation Committee in two World Cup tournaments.

  • Shvetha Jaishankar

    Shvetha Jaishankar

    Shvetha Jaishankar (born 11 December 1978) is an Indian model, author, entrepreneur, beauty pageant titleholder, writer and a trained bharatanatyam dancer. She won the title at the Femina Miss India International 1998 and later was crowned as the second runner up at Miss International 1998 held in Tokyo.

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