As Child Artist:
Sirish first donned grease paint for his uncle Chiranjeevi’s Bollywood film, Prathibandh. He also acted as a child artist in Tamil film, Mayabazaar.
Association with Geeta Arts and Southscope:
After completing his graduation, he worked for his father owned Geeta Arts. He is associated to Jalsa, Magadheera, 100% Love & Badrinaath in various capacities. He also acted as the Co-producer of Bollywood film Ghajini, which was produced by his father.
Later he started a film magazine ‘Southscope’ in 4 different languages of South India and managed it about for about two and half years. Later the magazine ran in to losses and it was acquired by Ritz, a leading Chennai based magazine.
As a hero:
After the transfer of Southscope ownership, Sirish seriously considered acting as profession. He took one year coaching in acting, dialogue delivery and dances and finally made his debut in 2013 with bilingual movie, Gouravam directed by Radha Mohan and produced by Prakash Raj. The movie was a disaster at the box office. Also Sirish failed to rake in good marks for his performance. However he bagged commercial success with his second film, Kotha Janta.
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