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Sri Ramu Kanagal, son of legendary film maker Sri Puttanna Kanagal and Smt. Lakshmi Puttanna, is a passionate artist and teacher. He comes from a family rich in talent - his grandfather Sri Ramaswamy was a musician; uncle Sri Prabhakara Shastry is a writer and poet; and sister Triveni is an accomplished dancer. As a toddler, he used to break into a dance step every time someone asked him to. He would often accompany his father on the movie sets where, during breaks, the entire crew would be treated to an enthralling dance performance by young Ramu and Triveni! Sri Ramu Kanagal started learning Bharathnatyam from Guru Smt. Malathy Srinivasan of Kalakshetra, Chennai, who not only shaped his dance movements, but his persona as well. He continued learning under Guru Smt. Radha Shreedhar of Venkatesha Natya Mandir, Bangalore, and Guru Smt. Maya Rao of Natya Institute of Kathak and Choreography, Bangalore. He has an MA (MPA) in Dance from Bangalore University and has been awarded scholarship from the Human Resources Department, Government of India. He is one of the empanelled artists of the Indian Council of Cultural Relations, and a Grade-B artist of the Bangalore Doordarshan Kendra. In 1990, he established Kanagal Nrithyalaya in order to impart training in the divine art form of Bharathnatyam. Over the years he has given many memorable performances and choreographed dance dramas for stage and television.