Mammootty | Movies, Career, Wife, Age, Biography, Net Worth

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Date : 04-10-2022
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Mammootty’s Biography

Mammootty is an Indian actor and film producer. Mammootty primarily appears in Malayalam movies. Additionally, he has appeared in works in Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Hindi, and English. He has appeared in more than 400 films throughout the course of a five-decade career. He has won numerous honours, including thirteen Filmfare Awards South, seven Kerala State Film Awards, and three National Film Awards. In 1998, the Indian government gave him the Padma Shri award for his contributions to cinema.

 

Mammootty’s full name is Muhammad Kutty Panaparambil Ismail. Mammootty’s birthday is 7 September 1951. Mammootty’s birthplace is Chandiroor, Kerala. Mammootty’s age is 71 years, as of 2022. Mammootty’s religion is Islam. Mammootty’s zodiac sign is Virgo. Mammootty’s height is 1.78m or 5’10.

In the 1971 Malayalam film Anubhavangal Paalichakal, Mammootty made his acting debut. His first main role was in the unreleased movie Devalokam by I. V. Sasi (1979). In 1981, Mammootty made his breakthrough when he won the Kerala State Film Award for Second Best Actor for his work in the movie Ahimsa. The 1983 motion pictures Sandhyakku Virinja Poovu and Aa Raathri were among the biggest commercial triumphs at this time. The 1987 crime thriller New Delhi enhanced his economic prospects after a string of box office flops. Mammootty became one of the most well-known actors in Malayalam cinema as a result of the movies that came out over the next ten years.

Mammootty enjoyed both critical acclaim and financial success during the 2000s. He earned the National Film Award for Best Actor for his work in the Hindi and English biography Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar (2000), as well as Kerala State Film Awards for Kaazcha (2004) and Paleri Manikyam (2009). He also received positive reviews for the drama Varsham (2014), the period piece Pathemari, the black comedy Unda (2019), and the satire Pranchiyettan & the Saint (2010). For the first three, he won Filmfare Awards for Best Actor. The historical dramas Mamangam and Madhura Raja from 2019 and the action thriller Bheeshma Parvam from 2022 are among his highest-grossing films.

Kairali TV, Kairali News, and Kairali We are Malayalam television networks that are operated by Malayalam Communications, which is owned by Mammootty. He is the proprietor of numerous production companies, including the Mammootty Kampany and the distribution-producing banner Playhouse.

 
 
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Mammootty’s Family and Mammootty’s Education

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Mammootty’s father’s name is Ismail and his mother’s name is Fatima. Mammootty’s father operated a wholesale clothing and rice business and was a rice farmer. Mammootty’s mother was a homemaker. Mammootty has two brothers whose names are Imbrahimkutty and Zakariah. Mammootty also has three younger sisters whose names are Ameena, Sauda and Shafina. He grew up in a Muslim middle-class household in the village of Chempu near Vaikom in the Kottayam district of the present-day Indian state of Kerala.

Mammootty received his primary education at Government High School in Kulasekharamangalam, Kottayam. He attended Government School Ernakulam after his father relocated the family there in the 1960s. At Sacred Heart College in Thevara, he completed his pre-university coursework. For his education, he went to Maharaja's College in Ernakulam. From Government Law College in Ernakulam, he received an LL.B. degree. He worked as a lawyer in Manjeri for two years.

 

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Mammootty's Marriage


 

Sulfath

Sulfath, who is a homemaker, was born in Kochi, Kerala. In 1979, Mammootty and Sulfath got married. The couple's marriage was solely arranged. Mammootty had only been in a few films and wasn't a well-known actor when they both got married. Mammootty and Sulfath have been married for 43 years, as of 2022. 

Mammootty has consistently claimed that Sulfath is his only female buddy and best friend. Mammootty, who is renowned for being an absolute family man, has always been outspoken about his strong bond with his family. The actor has frequently commented that getting married helped him become more steady and grounded.

Mammootty is the family's youngest kid, according to Sulfath. She has described her spouse as being very organised, meticulous about the family's well-being, and unwilling to compromise when it comes to his responsibilities.

Surumi and Dulquer Salmaan are the couple's two children. Mammootty also has grandchildren. Dr. Mohammed Rehan Sayeed, a cardiothoracic surgeon, is married to Surumi; they have two children together. Dulquer Salmaan, who is also an actor, is married to Amaal Sufiya, an architect from Chennai.

 
 

Mammootty’s Career

 

Thaniyavarthanam (1987)

A. K. Lohithadas and Sibi Malayil collaborated on the 1987 Malayalam drama film Thaniyavarthanam. It features Kaviyoor Ponnamma, Mukesh as Gopinathan, Thilakan as the matrilineal family's uncle, and Mammootty as school teacher Balagopalan. After being released, it gained cult status. The Kerala State Film Award for Second Best Actor went to Thilakan.

An art instructor named Balan Mash resides in a small hamlet in Kerala. With two children, a wife, a mother, and a revolutionary brother named Gopi, he leads a peaceful life in a typical Keralan joint household. A mentally challenged uncle of Balan Mash. After breaking up with his sweetheart, his uncle had a mental illness. This highlights the family's ingrained belief that one male will develop mental illness for every generation since a member of a previous generation sinned by tossing the idol of "Devi" in a well. The goddess cursed him, turning him insane. There would be a generational transmission of this curse. When Balan Mash's uncle passed away, "Who would be next" became the topic of conversation. It all changed one night when Balan had a nightmare. Due to the fact that Balan's uncle experienced a mental illness and nightmares, many began to suspect Balan of following in his uncle's path toward insanity. Now, the people in Balan's neighborhood judge every action he does; they think he's crazy and misinterpret what he's doing. He is eventually admitted to the asylum after his family joins the gang. He is deemed sane by the physician. However, society disagrees. Balan plays the fool because he is powerless. Balan's mother ultimately poisons him to sever him from the outside world.

It won praise from the critics after its debut. Superstition and orthodoxy in rural Kerala, attitudes toward mental illness, the disparity in attitudes across generations, and the downfall of once-proud Nair joint families are only a few of the subjects covered in the movie. Even now, the screenplay by Lohithadas stands out for its realistic portrayal and scientific veracity.

 

Oru Vadakkan Veeragatha (1989)

The 1989 Indian epic historical drama film Oru Vadakkan Veeragatha, written by M. T. Vasudevan Nair and directed by Hariharan, stars Mammootty, Suresh Gopi, Balan K. Nair, Captain Raju, and Madhavi. The movie won eight Kerala State Film Awards in addition to four National Film Awards in 1989 for Best Actor (Mammootty), Best Screenplay (M. T. Vasudevan Nair), Best Production Design, and Best Costume Design.

It takes place in Northern Kerala in the sixteenth century. The event takes place at Puthooram, the legendary Kannappan Chekavar's home. After the boy loses both of his parents, Kannappan Chekavar adopts him and brings him to Puthooram where he will live and study alongside his relatives. The quick-witted orphan youngster Chandu wins the love and respect of his uncle, but his cousin Aromal Chekavar despises him. Chandu is engaged to Unniyarcha, the daughter of Chekavar, as they get older. Chandu is eventually driven into a corner by his cousin after a series of events. Under the direction of Chekavar, Aringodar, a Tulunadan expert and master, he flees to Kali.

This movie, which is frequently regarded as a masterpiece of Malayalam cinema, is based on a subplot of the North Malabar-based medieval poem Vadakkan Pattukal. The narrative retells the life of the fabled Chandu Chekavar, portraying him as an unfortunate, misunderstood, but ultimately honorable man as opposed to the treacherous figure who gained him the folkloric moniker Chathiyan Chandu (literally, Chandu the Betrayer).

 

Mathilukal (1990)

Adoor Gopalakrishnan wrote, directed, and produced the 1990 Indian Malayalam film Mathilukal, which is based on Vaikom Muhammad Basheer's autobiographical novel of the same name. In the movie, Mammootty portrays Vaikom Muhammad Basheer, while K. P. A. C. Lalitha voices Narayani. At the Venice Film Festival, the movie was shown. It was the third Malayalam film to receive four National Awards at the 1990 National Film Awards.

This movie, which is based on Vaikom Muhammad Basheer's autobiographical novella, revolves on the outspoken writer from 1940s India who openly criticises the British Empire's imperialist rule over his country in his writing. Bashir is imprisoned for what the British perceive to be treason because of his unrepentant disobedience. Vaikom starts a regular dialogue with an unseen female prisoner in a nearby prison while he is imprisoned. Love blossoms despite their captivit.y Since they cannot see one another due to the high wall separating them, they must come up with creative means of communication. Bashir's love, Narayani, is portrayed by a female voice but never physically appears in the movie.

Mammootty's performance in the movie was listed as one of the 25 Greatest Acting Performances of Indian Cinema by Forbes on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of Indian cinema in April 2013.

 

Amaram (1991)

Amaram is a 1991 Indian Malayalam drama movie that was written and directed by Bharathan. The film's primary cast includes Mammootty, Maathu, K. P. A. C. Lalitha, Ashokan, Murali, Chitra, and Kuthiravattam Pappu. Johnson wrote the film's score, and Raveendran wrote the songs.

The tale of Achootty, a fisherman, and Radha, his daughter, is told in Amaram. The ignorant Achootty wants his daughter to go to school and pursue a career in medicine. When she falls in love with her childhood buddy, his hopes are dashed. The boyfriend of Achootys' daughter and she elope and marry one fine day. Achootty initially dislikes his son-in-law and, after being disappointed, stops speaking to his daughter. However, over time, the young man demonstrates that he is a skilled and diligent fisherman, earning Achootty's admiration. While not publicly acknowledging this, Achooty continues to harass his son-in-law by telling him to catch a shark and prove himself before he dares to speak to Achooty. The son-in-law finally decides that enough is enough and heads out to sea to catch a shark. He ventures out in his catamaran alone, yet he lacks experience and does it out of sheer audacity. People assume that Achootty, who had also went to the water that day, killed him at sea when he didn't show up. Everyone is apprehensive about going to the sea to look for him because it is a windy night. Achootty's daughter now believes that her father has murdered her husband. Achootty decides to go to the sea because he has nothing to lose and discovers his son-in-law comatose on the wreckage of his boat. He is saved by Achootty, who returns him to the shore. Although everybody recognises Achootty's innocence, he still feels let down by them. Finally, they show him boarding his boat and heading out into the ocean, which, according to Achootty, is the only thing that has ever loved him unconditionally.

For playing Bhargavi, K. P. A. C. Lalitha got the National Film Award for Best Supporting Actress. The Filmfare Awards South Best Actor Award went to Mammotty for his performance. The movie is regarded as a masterpiece in Malayalam cinema and was a critical and financial success. More than 200 days were spent running it at Ragam Theatre.

 

Vatsalyam (1993)

In 1993, Cochin Haneefa and A. K. Lohithadas released the drama film Vatsalyam in the Indian Malayalam language. Mammootty, Siddique, Geetha, Janardhanan, Sunitha, Ilavarasi, Aboobacker, and Kaviyoor Ponnamma are among the actors who appear in it. The movie follows two brothers, Meledathu Raghavan Nair and Vijayakumaran Nair, and contrasts traditional and modern values.

Raghavan Nair, a farmer and family patriarch, steadily loses control of his household after his younger brother Vijayan receives his law degree and tries to establish his social status. One of the first things Vijayan must do is rule out the option of getting married to the rural lady his older brother has picked out for him.

 

Vidheyan (1994)

Adoor Gopalakrishnan directed and wrote the drama film Vidheyan, which was released in 1994 in India's Malayalam language. It is a film version of Paul Zacharia's Malayalam novella Bhaskara Pattelarum Ente Jeevithavum. In a South Karnataka environment, the master-slave relationship is examined in the movie. The lead actors are M. R. Gopakumar and Mammootty.

The violent, authoritarian landlord Bhaskara Pattelar rules over Thommy, a Christian migrant worker from Kerala. Thommy complies with all instructions from his master, including those to kill Pattelar's benevolent wife, Saroja, or to make his own wife sexually available to his master. Thommy follows Pattelar like a pet as he flees into a jungle as a result of his own actions. Thommy, however, rejoices in his freedom when Pattelar is killed.

Both the Best Actor Award for Mammootty and the National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Malayalam went to the movie. Additionally, it received multiple honours from the Kerala State Film Awards, including Best Film.

 

Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar (2000)

The 2000 Indian feature film Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar, which was directed by Jabbar Patel, is multilingual in English and Hindi. Mammootty plays the title character. The movie tells the story of B. R. Ambedkar, who is best known for his contributions to the emancipation of the oppressed castes and, as a result, the oppressed classes in India, and for helping to draft the Indian Constitution while serving as the chairman of the Indian Constituent Assembly's Drafting Committee.

In the movie, the years 1901 and 1956 are covered. While Ambedkar's personal life is somewhat brushed over, the movie goes deeper into his life as a reformer. Ambedkar, the first graduate of his untouchable community, is a quiet young man. Even when he travels to New York for additional education, his only worry is that he is there to study and not participate in protests and political concerns. However, his interactions with Afro-Americans, his pro-human rights teachers, and the 14th Amendment to the US Constitution, which grants rights to African-Americans, awakened the reformer in him. Ambedkar fights a social war against the Upper Caste Hindus as Mahatma Gandhi leads India's political revolt against British rule. Gandhi and Ambedkar hold opposing ideologies. Nevertheless, Gandhi respects Ambedkar, and it was at his urging that Ambedkar was appointed the first Law Minister during Prime Minister Nehru's administration. The movie closes on a hopeful note, with Ambedkar providing millions of untouchables with a different religion in which they can find respect, empathy, and equality. He converts to Buddhism after loudly rejecting Hinduism.

The National Film Awards were given to Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar in 1999 for Best English-language Feature Film, Best Actor (Mammootty), and Best Art Direction (Nitin Chandrakant Desai). Retrospective screenings of the movie were held on August 15, 2016, in honour of the 70th anniversary of Indian Independence Day, at the Independence Day Film Festival, which was organized by the Indian Directorate of Film Festivals and the Ministry of Defence.

 

Kaazhcha (2004)

Blessy wrote and directed the drama film Kaazcha in 2004. It was his first time directing. Three South Filmfare Awards went to the movie. This movie is regarded as the best Malayalam film to ever be produced. The film stars Mammootty and Padmapriya in the lead roles.

On Republic Day, a little boy named Pavan travelled to Kerala after losing everything in the Gujarat earthquake. Operator Madhavan meets the youngster by chance while he is among the beggars. He doesn't like the youngster at first, but he soon warms to him and the two grow close until the government chooses to send him back to Gujarat.

 

Kaiyoppu (2007)

The 2007 Indian movie Kaiyoppu was written and directed by Ambikasuthan Mangad. Ranjith produced and directed the movie, which features Mammootty, Khushbu, and Mukesh. Khushbu's performance in this movie earned her the Kerala State Film Special Mention Award.

Balachandran is a voracious reader and aspiring author who experiences writer's block, and Kaiyoppu relates his narrative. Balachandran is portrayed in a soft and delicate way by Mammootty. While Balachandran resides in Kochi, a young Muslim girl from Calicut who has grown to be like a sister to Balachandran is the subject of a parallel narrative. He learns about the girl's condition from a newspaper article and chooses to sell his ancestral land to raise money for her surgery.

 

Pranchiyettan and the Saint (2010)

In 2010, Ranjith wrote, produced, and directed the satirical comedy movie Pranchiyettan & the Saint in the Malayalam language. The main focus of the movie is a made-up conversation between St. Francis of Assisi and businessman C. E. Francis, also known as Pranchiyettan, from Thrissur. Other notable actors include Priyamani, Innocent, Siddique, Khushbu Sundar, Jagathy Sreekumar, Ganapathy, Sasi Kalinga, Tini Tom, and Biju Menon. The movie has gained cult status in the years since its debut and is regarded as one of the best comedies ever made in Malayalam cinema. The movie is regarded by several reviewers as one of the Malayalam New Wave's defining works.

Thrissur-based businessman Chirammal Enashu Francis, also known as Pranchiyettan, is a success. He frequently imagines conversing with Saint Francis of Assisi because he is a devotee of the saint. Although his forefathers were rice traders, he has expanded his company beyond the tiny rice shop to include jewellery, real estate, finance, shopping centres, and much more. Despite being wealthy and successful, he lacks a college degree, dislikes his name, and aspires to be a famous person. Everyone refers to him as Ari (rice) Pranchi and makes fun of the family business. He is willing to spend a fortune to transform himself from Ari Pranchi into somebody extraordinary. The story revolves around Pranchi's efforts to improve his reputation and the changes that result in his life.

 
 

Mammmootty’s Upcoming Projects

 

Rorschach

Future Indian Malayalam-language psychological action thriller movie Rorschach, with Mammootty playing the lead role, is directed by Nisam Basheer and written by Sameer Abdul. Under the name Mammootty Kampany, Mammootty himself produced the movie. Midhun Mukundan is the composer of the film music and songs, while Nimish Ravi is in charge of the cinematography. On March 30, 2022, a switch-on ceremony was performed in Chalakudy, Thrissur, Kerala, to kick off principal photography.

After Kettyolaanu Ente Malakha, Rorschach is Nisam Basheer's second directorial. NM Badusha serves as a co-producer alongside Mammootty, who produces the movie under the name Mammootty Kampany. Sameer Abdul wrote the screenplay. The film's production controller is Prashanth Narayan, and the art director is Shaji Naduvil. Songs and scores for the movie were written by Midhun Mukundan, who is making his Malayalam film debut.


On March 30, 2022, a switch-on ceremony was performed in Chalakudy, Thrissur, Kerala, to kick off principal photography. Mammootty began working on the sets on April 3, 2022. On June 14, 2022, the team proceeded to Dubai for a last two-week schedule after the shoot in Kerala was finished. The production business posted a team selfie on social media on July 1, 2022, to announce the conclusion of the shoot.

 

Nanpakal Nerathu Mayakkam

The upcoming Indian movie in the Malayalam language called Nanpakal Nerathu Mayakkam will be directed by Lijo Jose Pellissery and written by S. Hareesh from a Pellissery narrative. Together, Mammootty and Pellissery produced it. Mammootty, Ramya Pandian, and Ashokan are the movie's stars. In Palani, Tamil Nadu, principal photography commenced on November 7th, 2021.

 

Christopher

The action thriller Christopher, which will be released in India in the Malayalam language and is directed by B. Unnikrishnan and written by Udaykrishna, will star Mammootty. Justin Varghese composed the soundtrack, and Faiz Siddik handled the cinematography. On July 10, 2022, a puja ceremony marked the start of principal photography.

On July 10, 2022, a puja ceremony marked the start of principal photography. Mammootty began working on the movie's sets on July 18, 2022. Many locations in Kerala, including Ernakulam, Pooyamkutty, and Vandiperiyar, were used for the film's filming. Vinay Rai makes his Malayalam film debut with a significant part in the movie.

 

Kadugannawa Oru Yathra

For the upcoming anthology segment Kadugannawa Oru Yathra, which is based on one of the stories written by the seasoned author MT Vasudevan Nair, Mammootty and Ranjith will collaborate. Based on MT Vasudevan Nair's autobiography of the same name, Kadugannawa Oru Yathra investigates the events of Nair's trip to Sri Lanka for an international conference while he was serving as a sub editor for a well-known newspaper.

 
 

Mammootty’s Movies and TV Shows

YearMammootty Movies and TV ShowsMammootty Characters
2023BilalBilal John Kurishingal
2022Bheeshma ParvamMichael Anjootti
2022CBI 5: The BrainSethurama Iyer
2022PuzhuKuttan
2022Priyan OttathilanuHimself
2022Nanpakal Nerathu MayakkamNot Available
2022RorschachNot Available
2022ChristopherNot Available
2022Kadugannawa Oru YatraVenugopal
2021The PriestFather Carmen Benedict
2021OneKadakkal Chandran
2020AgentMahadev
2020ShylockDevan / Boss
2019PeranbuAmudhavan
2019Madhura RajaMadhura' Raja
2019UndaS. I. Manikandan C.P.
2019Pathinettam PadiJohn Abraham Palackal
2019GanagandharvanKalasadhan Ullas
2019MamangamChandroth Valiya Panicker
2019PeranbuAmuthavan
2019YatraY. S. Rajasekhara Reddy
2018Street LightsCI James Abraham
2018CaptainHimself
2018ParoleComrade Alex
2018UncleKrishna Kumar
2018Abrahaminte SanthathikalDerick Abraham
2018Oru Kuttanadan BlogNediyedath Hari
2017The Great FatherDavid Nainan
2017Puthan PanamNithyananda Shenoy
2017Pullikkaran StaraaK. Rajakumaran
2017MasterpieceEdward Livingstone/Anto Antony IPS
2016Puthiya NiyamamAdv. Louis Pothen
2016KasabaRajan Zachariah
2016WhitePrakash Roy
2016Thoppil JoppanThoppil Joppan
2015FiremanVijay
2015Bhaskar the RascalBhaskar
2015Acha DhinDurgadas
2015Utopiayile RajavuC.P. Swathanthran
2015PathemariPallikal Narayanan
2014BalyakalasakhiMajeed/Majeed's father
2014Praise the LordJoy
2014GangsterAkbar Ali Khan
2014ManglishMalik Bhai
2014MunnariyippuCK Raghavan
2014RajadhiRajaShekharan Kutty aka Rajashekhar/ Raja
2014VarshamP.K.Venugopal
2013Proprietors: Kammath & KammathRaja Raja Kammath
2013ImmanuelImmanuel
2013Kadal Kadannoru MathukkuttyMatthew George aka Mathukkutty and himself
2013Kunjananthante KadaKunjananthan
2013Daivathinte Swantham CleetusCleetus
2013SilenceAravind Chandrasekhar
2012ShikariAbhilash/Karunan
2012The King & the CommissionerJoseph Alex Thevliparambil
2012CobraRaja/Shivadas Naidu
2012ThappanaSamson
2012Jawan of VellimalaGopi Krishan
2012Face2FaceBalachandran
2012Bavuttiyude NamathilBavutty
2012ShikariAbhijeet/Aruna
2011August 15Perumal
2011DoublesGiri
2011The TrainKedarnath
2011Bombay March 12Sameer (Sanathanan Bhat)
2011Venicile VyapariPavithran
2010Drona 2010Madhavan/Kunjunni
2010YugapurushanK C Kuttan
2010PramaaniVishwanatha Panicker
2010Pokkiri RajaMadhurai Raja
2010Kutty SrankKutty Shranku
2010Pranchiyettan & the SaintChirammal Enashu Francis
2010Vandae MaatharamGopikrishnan
2010Best of LuckHimself
2010Best ActorMohan
2010Anthony Bourdain: No ReservationsHimself
2010Vandae MaatharamGopikrishnan IPS
2009Love In SingaporeMachu
2009Ee Pattanathil BhoothamJimmy/Genie
2009Daddy CoolAntony Simon
2009LoudspeakerPhilipose aka Mike
2009Pazhassi RajaKerala Varma Pazhassi Raja
2009Kerala CafeUnnamed
2009Paleri Manikyam: Oru Pathirakolapathakathinte KathaHaridas/Ahmed Haji/Khalid Ahmed
2009ChattambinaaduVirendra Mallayya
2008RoudramACP Narendran
2008Annan ThambiAppu/Achu
2008ParunthuParunthu Purushothaman
2008One Way TicketHimself
2008MayabazarAkkiri' Rameshan/Swami
2008Twenty:20Advt. Ramesh Nambiar
2008Halla BolHimself
2007KaiyoppuBalachandran
2007MayaviMahi aka Mayavi
2007Big BBilal John Kurishinkal
2007Mission 90 DaysMajor Sivaram
2007Ore KadalDr. S. R. Nathan
2007NazraniDavid John Kottarathil
2007Katha ParayumbolAshok Raj
2006Thuruppu GulanKunjumon aka Gulan
2006Balram vs. TharadasBalaram/Tharadas
2006PrajapathiDevarmadam Narayanan
2006Bhargava Charitham Moonam KhandamCurrent Bharghavan
2006Pothen VavaPothen Vava
2006Karutha PakshikalMurugan
2006PalunkuMonichan
2005Sau Jhooth Ek Sach - The UninvitedInspector Vivek
2005Thommanum MakkalumSivan
2005Thaskara VeeranArakkal Baby
2005RappakalKrishnan
2005Nerariyan CBISethurama Iyer
2005RajamanikyamBellary Raja
2005Bus ConductorZakir Hussain
2004Sethurama Iyer CBISethurama Iyer
2004VajramDevarajan
2004AparichithanRaghuram
2004KaazhchaMadhavan
2004BlackKarikkamuri Shanmukhan
2004VeshamAppu
2004Vishwa ThulasiVishwa
2003Chronic BachelorSathyaprathapan
2003PattalamPattabhi Raman
2002PhantomPhantom Phaliey
2002Kai Ethum DoorathuGopinathan
2002Junior SeniorSanthosh
2002KarmeghamKarmegham
2001AanandhamThirupathi
2001Rakshasa RajavuRamanadhan IPS
2001DubaiRavi Mamman
2001DanyDanniel Thomson
2000Arayannagalude VeeduRavindranath
2000NarasimhamNandagopal Marar
2000ValliettanArackal Madhavanunni
2000Dada SahibAbubacker/Dada Sahib
2000Kandukondain KandukondainMajor Bala
2000Dr. Babasaheb AmbedkarB. R. Ambedkar
1999Edhirum PudhirumKannan
1999The GodmanAmarnath
1999Stalin SivadasSivadas
1999MeghamCol. Ravivarma Thampuran
1999Thachiledathu ChundanKochu Kunju
1999Ezhupunna TharakanEzhupunna Sunny Tharakan
1999Prem PoojariHimself
1999Pallavur DevanarayananPallavur Devanarayana Pothuval
1998The TruthBharath Patteri
1998Oru Maravathoor KanavuChandy
1998SidharthaSidhartha
1998HarikrishnansHari
1998Elavamkodu DesamJathavethan
1998MarumalarchiRasu Padayachi
1998Swami VivekanandaMaharaja
1997Oral MathramHareendran
1997KaliyoonjalNandagopalan
1997BhoothakkannadiVidyadharan
1997PudhayalCaptain Vishwanath
1997ArasiyalChandrasekhar
1996Surya PutruluPrakash
1996Azhakiya RavananSanker Das
1996HitlerMadhavan Kutty
1996Aayiram Naavulla AnanthanDr. Anantha Padmanabhan
1996IndraprasthamSathish Menon
1996UdhyanapalakanSudhakaran Nair
1995Mazhayethum MunpeNandakumar Varma
1995Oru Abhibhashakante Case DiaryAniyan Kuruvilla
1995No. 1 Snehatheeram Bangalore NorthVijaya Bhasker
1995Ormakal UndayirikkanamBhasi
1995The KingThevalliparambil Joseph Alex
1995Makkal AatchiSethupathi
1994VidheyanBhaskar Patelar
1994Ponthan MadaMada
1994VishnuVishnu
1994Sagaram SakshiBalachandran
1994SainyamCaptain Eswar
1994SukruthamRavishankar
1993DhruvamNarasimha Mannadiyar
1993AayirapparaShouwri
1993VatsalyamMeledathu Raghvan Nair
1993JackpotGautham Krishna
1993SarovaramDevadathan
1993PadheyamChandradas
1993Golanthara VarthaRamesan Nair
1993Kilipetchu KetkavaChidambaram
1993DhartiputraKapil Dev Singh
1992KauravarAntony
1992Soorya ManasamPutturumees
1992Johnnie WalkerJohn Varghese
1992MahanagaramChanthakkadu Viswan
1992Kizhakkan PathrosePathrose
1992Pappayude Swantham AppoosBalachandran
1992Swathi KiranamAnantha Rama Sharma
1991AmaramAchootty
1991Nayam VyakthamakkunnuSukumaran
1991Inspector BalramInspector Balram
1991AdayalamHariharan
1991KanalkkattuNathu Narayanan
1991AnaswaramDaniel D'Souza
1991NeelagiriSivan
1991AzhaganAzhakappan
1991ThalapathiDevaraj
1990PurappaduViswanathan
1990Kottayam KunjachanKunjachan
1990KuttettanVishnu Narayanan
1990MidhyaVenugopal
1990MathilukalVaikom Muhammad Basheer
1990SamrajyamAlexander
1990KalikkalamThief
1990OliyampukalArackal Baby Mathew
1990Iyer the GreatSoorya Narayana Iyer
1990Ee Thanutha Veluppan KalathuHaridas Damodaran
1990No.20 Madras MailHimself
1990ParamparaLawrence/Johny
1990TriyathriMathew
1990Mounam SammadhamRaja
1989CharithramPhilipose Manavalan
1989MudraRamabhadran
1989AdikkurippuBhaskara Pillai
1989Oru Vadakkan VeeragathaChanthu Chekavar
1989UtharamBalachandran Nair
1989AdharvamAnantha Padmanabhan
1989CarnivalBharathan
1989ArthamBen Narendran
1989JagrathaSethurama Iyer
1989Nair SaabCaptain Ravindran Nair
1989MahayanamChandran
1989MrughayaVarghese aka Varunni
1988Manu UncleManu Uncle
1988VicharanaSethumadhavan
1988DhinarathrangalAravindan
1988Oru CBI Diary KurippuSethurama Iyer
1988AbkariVasu
1988SanghamKuttappai
1988August 1Perumal
1988MattoralBalan
19881921Naik Khader
1988ThanthramGeorge Korah Vettickal
1988MukthiHaridas
1988SanghunadamChandran
1987Kottum KuravayumDamu
1987Kathakku PinnilThampi
1987Oru Sindoora Pottinte OrmakkuRoy Thampi
1987Sreedharante Onnam ThirumurivuSreedharan
1987Ithrayum KalamVarghese
1987Nombarathi PoovuDr. Padmanabhan
1987Adimakal UdamakalRaghavan
1987AthinumappuramRavindran
1987Kalam Mari Katha MariKamarudden
1987New DelhiG. Krishnamoorthy
1987ThaniyavarthanamBalan Mash
1987Manivathoorile Aayiram SivarathrikalDr. Vinayachandran
1987Aankiliyude TharattuHaridas
1987AnantaramDr. Balu
1987NalkkavalaBabu
1986Oru Katha Oru NunnakkathaProf. Mohandas
1986ShyamaViswanathan
1986Ithile Iniyum VaruAravindan
1986Mazha Peyyunnu Maddalam KottunnuGuest appearance
1986Aalorungi ArangorungiRajan
1986VarthaMadhavan Kutty
1986Kariyila Kattu PoleHarikrishnan
1986Malarum KiliyumBalachandran
1986Kshamichu Ennoru VakkuAdv. Ravindranath
1986Prathyekam SradhikukaSuresh
1986Arappatta Kettiya GramathilZacharia
1986Poomukhappadiyil Ninneyum KathuIsacc Peter
1986Neram PularumbolLawrence
1986KaveriDr. Hari
1986Snehamulla SimhamVaishakhan
1986Adukkan EntheluppamSrinivasan Nair
1986Gandhinagar 2nd StreetBalachandran
1986Nandi Veendum VarikaMohandas
1986Moonnu Masangalkku MunpuDr. Rajasekhran
1986Aayiram KannukalDr. Sam
1986Ice CreamThampi
1986Poovinnu Puthiya PoonthennalKiran
1986AavanazhiBalram
1986NyayavidhiParamu
1986Ee KaikalilSultan Abdul Razak
1986VeendumVijaya Chandran
1986GeethamYatheendran
1986PranamamPrathapan
1986PadayaniSudhakaran
1986Sayam SandhyaSivaprasad
1986Rakkuyilin RagasadassilViswanathan
1986Aval Kaathirunnu Avanum....Gopinath
1986Kochu ThemmadiSekharan Master
1986RareeramNandakumar
1986Ennu Nathante NimmiMahesh
1985Thinkalazhcha Nalla DivasamGopan
1985Parayanumvayya ParayathirikkanumvayyaSreekumar
1985Muhurtham Pathnonnu MuppathinuDr. M. K. Haridas
1985Ee Thanalil Ithiri NeramVijayan
1985Avidathepole IvideyumAnirudhan
1985Eeran SandhyaMadhavankutty
1985Thammil ThammilDr. Rajagopal
1985Makan Ente MakanPrakasan
1985Oduvil Kittiya VarthaGopalan Kutty
1985AnubandhamMuraleedharan Master
1985Ee Sabdam Innathe SabdamDr. Ramachandran
1985Katha IthuvareBalachandran
1985Oru Sandesam KoodiVijayan
1985Manya MahajanangaleDevan
1985Onningu VannengilMohandas
1985Oru Nokku KananJayadevan
1985AyanamJohny
1985AngadikkappurathJose
1985Ente KaanakkuyilMohan Kumar
1985Puzhayozhukum VazhiGopan
1985Iniyum Katha ThudarumRavindran
1985IdanilangalVijayan
1985NirakkoottuRavi Varma
1985YathraUnnikrishnan
1985Ee Lokam Ivide Kure ManushyarUmmer
1985Kanathaya PenkuttyRam Mohan
1985Vilichu VilikettuVijayan
1985Puli Varunne PuliJayaraman
1985Aa Neram Alppa DooramJameskutty
1985KarimbinpoovinakkareSivan
1985UpaharamDr. Jeevan Thomas
1985Kathodu KathoramLouis
1985Kandu KandarinjuSreedharan
1985Akalathe AmbiliAjayan
1984VikatakaviUsman
1984VettaRathish
1984Veendum Chalikkunna ChakramJose
1984Thirakkil Alppa SamayamJose
1984SandarbhamRavi
1984Sandyakkenthinu SindhooramRaghunathan
1984Paavam PoornimaJayaraj
1984Oru Kochukatha Aarum Parayatha KathaDr. Surendran
1984Onnum Mindatha BharyaAchuthan Nair
1984Onnanu NammalSethu
1984ManithaliZulfikar
1984Mangalam NerunnuBabu
1984Lakshmana RekhaSukumaran Nair
1984KoottinilamkiliKrishnanunni
1984KanamarayathuRoy Varghese
1984Ithiri Poove ChuvannapooveBalagopalan
1984Itha Innu MuthalAdv. Jayamohan
1984EthirppukalKochu Baby
1984Ente UpasanaArjunan
1984EnganeyundashaaneGopikuttan Pillai
1984Idavelakku SeshamJayadevan
1984ChakkarayummaBabu
1984AthirathramTharadas
1984Ariyaatha VeethikalRavi
1984AnithichuvappuGeorge Kutty
1984AlakadalinakkareAnand
1984AksharangalJayadevan
1984AkkareIsmail
1984AdiyozhukkukalKarunan
1984Aayiram AbilashangalDevadasan
1984Aattuvanchi UlanjappolBalachandran
1984AarorumariyatheVenugopal
1984Aalkkoottathil ThaniyeRajan
1984KodathiRajendran
1983VisaShereef
1983Theeram Thedunna ThiraMadhu
1983Sesham KazhchayilJagadish
1983Sandhyakku Virinja PoovuJayamohan
1983Saagaram ShaanthamAnanthan
1983RugmaRaghu
1983RachanaGopi
1983PrathijnjaHamsa
1983PinnilavuUnni
1983Oru SwakaryamUsman
1983Oru Mukham Pala MukhamMuralidhran Thambi
1983Oru Madapravinte KathaBalachandran
1983Onnu ChirikkuUnnikrishnan
1983Nathi Muthal Nathi VareRaju
1983NanayamRaju
1983MarakkillorikkalumMan at the park (uncredited)
1983Manassoru MahasamudramVenugopal
1983ManiyaraShameer
1983Lekhayude Maranam Oru FlashbackPrem Sagar
1983Saagaram SanthamAnanthan
1983KoodevideCaptain Thomas
1983KodunkattuMusthafa
1983KinnaramBalachandran
1983KattaruviVasu
1983IniyenkilumDivakaran
1983HimavahiniGopi
1983Guru DakshinaJohn
1983Ente KathaBabu
1983CoolieKunchali
1983ChangathamTony Francis
1983Chakravalam ChuvannappolVasu
1983AsthramBalu
1983America AmericaRamesh
1983Aadaminte VaariyelluJose
1983Aa RathriRavi
1983EettillamSivan
1982YavanikaJacob Eerally
1982Vidhichathum KothichathumVasu
1982VeeduRajasekhara Menon
1982ThadaakamJabbar
1982Sindoora Sandhyakku MounamBitpart
1982SaravarshamRajashekharan
1982Post MortemJohny
1982Pooviriyum PulariRamesh
1982Ponnum PoovumSalim
1982PadayottamKammaran
1982Oru Thira Pinneyum ThiraJayadevan
1982KomaramBabu
1982KeniBabu
1982John Jaffer JanardhananJanardhanan
1982Idiyum MinnalumPrabhakaran
1982Enthino Pookunna PookalSivaraman
1982Ee NaduSalim
1982Chiriyo ChiriHimself
1982ChambalkaduBeeran
1982Amrutha GeethamSuresh
1982Aa DivasamBalachandran
1982BalloonMuthukoya
1982Innallenkil NaaleRahim
1981SphodanamThankappan
1981MunnettamRajappan
1981ThrishnaKrishna Das
1981Oothikachiya PonnuThoman Kutty
1981AhimsaVasu
1980Vilkkanundu SwapnangalMadhavan Kutty
1980MelaVijayan
1973KaalachakramBoat man (Uncredited bit part)
1971Anubhavangal PaalichakalUncredited (Junior artist)

 

Mammootty’s Voice Over

YearShow
2010Anwar
20171971: Beyond Borders
2018Odiyan
2022Jana Gana Mana

 

Mammootty's Controversies

 

Deleted Action Scene

Henry claimed in an interview with a well-known Malayalam channel that the Vandae Matharam team was forced to cut an action scene from the movie because Mammootty didn't do it justice. He continued by saying that the poorly executed scene had cost him Rs 20 lakh.

He further said that after the Vandae Maatharam incident, he resolved never again to collaborate with an arrogant star like Mammootty.

The action-drama Vandae Maatharam was simultaneously shot in Tamil and Malayalam. It also had Arjun and Sneha in the lead roles in addition to Mammootty. It earned poor reviews after its debut and turned out to be one of Mammootty's biggest flops.

 

Kasaba Controversy

The debate started when Parvathy discussed a degrading scene in Kasaba during a Kerala film festival in December. She had expressed disappointment at witnessing an actor of the highest caliber in a scenario that denigrates women. Due to the comments, Parvathy was cruelly harassed online and even received rape and death threats. Two people were taken into custody by the police as a result of the complaint she filed. Only after everything had occurred did Mammootty make a statement about the situation. The actor claimed that he doesn't seek controversy and that serious arguments are needed. Furthermore, he claimed to have spoken to Parvathy.

 

Christopher

The action thriller Christopher, which will be released in India in the Malayalam language and is directed by B. Unnikrishnan and written by Udaykrishna, will star Mammootty. Justin Varghese composed the soundtrack, and Faiz Siddik handled the cinematography. On July 10, 2022, a puja ceremony marked the start of principal photography.

On July 10, 2022, a puja ceremony marked the start of principal photography. Mammootty began working on the movie's sets on July 18, 2022. Many locations in Kerala, including Ernakulam, Pooyamkutty, and Vandiperiyar, were used for the film's filming. Vinay Rai makes his Malayalam film debut with a significant part in the movie.

 

Kadugannawa Oru Yathra

For the upcoming anthology segment Kadugannawa Oru Yathra, which is based on one of the stories written by the seasoned author MT Vasudevan Nair, Mammootty and Ranjith will collaborate. Based on MT Vasudevan Nair's autobiography of the same name, Kadugannawa Oru Yathra investigates the events of Nair's trip to Sri Lanka for an international conference while he was serving as a sub editor for a well-known newspaper.

 

Vatsalyam (1993)

In 1993, Cochin Haneefa and A. K. Lohithadas released the drama film Vatsalyam in the Indian Malayalam language. Mammootty, Siddique, Geetha, Janardhanan, Sunitha, Ilavarasi, Aboobacker, and Kaviyoor Ponnamma are among the actors who appear in it. The movie follows two brothers, Meledathu Raghavan Nair and Vijayakumaran Nair, and contrasts traditional and modern values.

Raghavan Nair, a farmer and family patriarch, steadily loses control of his household after his younger brother Vijayan receives his law degree and tries to establish his social status. One of the first things Vijayan must do is rule out the option of getting married to the rural lady his older brother has picked out for him.

 

Vidheyan (1994)

Adoor Gopalakrishnan directed and wrote the drama film Vidheyan, which was released in 1994 in India's Malayalam language. It is a film version of Paul Zacharia's Malayalam novella Bhaskara Pattelarum Ente Jeevithavum. In a South Karnataka environment, the master-slave relationship is examined in the movie. The lead actors are M. R. Gopakumar and Mammootty.

The violent, authoritarian landlord Bhaskara Pattelar rules over Thommy, a Christian migrant worker from Kerala. Thommy complies with all instructions from his master, including those to kill Pattelar's benevolent wife, Saroja, or to make his own wife sexually available to his master. Thommy follows Pattelar like a pet as he flees into a jungle as a result of his own actions. Thommy, however, rejoices in his freedom when Pattelar is killed.

Both the Best Actor Award for Mammootty and the National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Malayalam went to the movie. Additionally, it received multiple honours from the Kerala State Film Awards, including Best Film.

 

Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar (2000)

The 2000 Indian feature film Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar, which was directed by Jabbar Patel, is multilingual in English and Hindi. Mammootty plays the title character. The movie tells the story of B. R. Ambedkar, who is best known for his contributions to the emancipation of the oppressed castes and, as a result, the oppressed classes in India, and for helping to draft the Indian Constitution while serving as the chairman of the Indian Constituent Assembly's Drafting Committee.

In the movie, the years 1901 and 1956 are covered. While Ambedkar's personal life is somewhat brushed over, the movie goes deeper into his life as a reformer. Ambedkar, the first graduate of his untouchable community, is a quiet young man. Even when he travels to New York for additional education, his only worry is that he is there to study and not participate in protests and political concerns. However, his interactions with Afro-Americans, his pro-human rights teachers, and the 14th Amendment to the US Constitution, which grants rights to African-Americans, awakened the reformer in him. Ambedkar fights a social war against the Upper Caste Hindus as Mahatma Gandhi leads India's political revolt against British rule. Gandhi and Ambedkar hold opposing ideologies. Nevertheless, Gandhi respects Ambedkar, and it was at his urging that Ambedkar was appointed the first Law Minister during Prime Minister Nehru's administration. The movie closes on a hopeful note, with Ambedkar providing millions of untouchables with a different religion in which they can find respect, empathy, and equality. He converts to Buddhism after loudly rejecting Hinduism.

The National Film Awards were given to Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar in 1999 for Best English-language Feature Film, Best Actor (Mammootty), and Best Art Direction (Nitin Chandrakant Desai). Retrospective screenings of the movie were held on August 15, 2016, in honour of the 70th anniversary of Indian Independence Day, at the Independence Day Film Festival, which was organized by the Indian Directorate of Film Festivals and the Ministry of Defence.

 

Kaazhcha (2004)

Blessy wrote and directed the drama film Kaazcha in 2004. It was his first time directing. Three South Filmfare Awards went to the movie. This movie is regarded as the best Malayalam film to ever be produced. The film stars Mammootty and Padmapriya in the lead roles.

On Republic Day, a little boy named Pavan travelled to Kerala after losing everything in the Gujarat earthquake. Operator Madhavan meets the youngster by chance while he is among the beggars. He doesn't like the youngster at first, but he soon warms to him and the two grow close until the government chooses to send him back to Gujarat.

 

Kaiyoppu (2007)

The 2007 Indian movie Kaiyoppu was written and directed by Ambikasuthan Mangad. Ranjith produced and directed the movie, which features Mammootty, Khushbu, and Mukesh. Khushbu's performance in this movie earned her the Kerala State Film Special Mention Award.

Balachandran is a voracious reader and aspiring author who experiences writer's block, and Kaiyoppu relates his narrative. Balachandran is portrayed in a soft and delicate way by Mammootty. While Balachandran resides in Kochi, a young Muslim girl from Calicut who has grown to be like a sister to Balachandran is the subject of a parallel narrative. He learns about the girl's condition from a newspaper article and chooses to sell his ancestral land to raise money for her surgery.

 

Pranchiyettan and the Saint (2010)

In 2010, Ranjith wrote, produced, and directed the satirical comedy movie Pranchiyettan & the Saint in the Malayalam language. The main focus of the movie is a made-up conversation between St. Francis of Assisi and businessman C. E. Francis, also known as Pranchiyettan, from Thrissur. Other notable actors include Priyamani, Innocent, Siddique, Khushbu Sundar, Jagathy Sreekumar, Ganapathy, Sasi Kalinga, Tini Tom, and Biju Menon. The movie has gained cult status in the years since its debut and is regarded as one of the best comedies ever made in Malayalam cinema. The movie is regarded by several reviewers as one of the Malayalam New Wave's defining works.

Thrissur-based businessman Chirammal Enashu Francis, also known as Pranchiyettan, is a success. He frequently imagines conversing with Saint Francis of Assisi because he is a devotee of the saint. Although his forefathers were rice traders, he has expanded his company beyond the tiny rice shop to include jewellery, real estate, finance, shopping centres, and much more. Despite being wealthy and successful, he lacks a college degree, dislikes his name, and aspires to be a famous person. Everyone refers to him as Ari (rice) Pranchi and makes fun of the family business. He is willing to spend a fortune to transform himself from Ari Pranchi into somebody extraordinary. The story revolves around Pranchi's efforts to improve his reputation and the changes that result in his life.

 
 

Mammootty's Net Worth

Mammootty’s net worth in 2022 is $45 million US or 340 Crore Indian Rupees. The majority of Mammootty's revenue comes from movies and product endorsements. Mammootty receives 10 crore Indian rupees as payment for each film. He earns about Rs 1.5 to 2 crore for special parts in various languages. Mammootty has an opulent way of living. 

Mammootty is the owner of several priceless properties throughout Kerala in addition to a lavish and opulent home in a prime location in Kochi. According to sources, Mammootty is the owner of large agricultural holdings. Additionally, he owns a few guesthouses in Trivandrum, the capital of Kerala.

Mammootty, a vehicle enthusiast, has a Mercedes Benz Caravan that is worth Rs. 1.70 crore (estimated). Along with these vehicles, he also owns a Porshe Cayanne valued at Rs. 1.20 crore, an Astron Martin Rapid S worth Rs. 3.29 crore, a Porshe Panamera worth Rs. 2.1 crore, a Mini Cooper worth Rs. 36 lakhs, an Audi A7 worth Rs. 90 lakhs, a Toyota Land Cruiser worth Rs. 1.45 crore, and a Mercedes S 450 worth Rs. 1.36 crore. According to sources, the Mammootty automobile collection is valued at about Rs 11 crore overall.

 

Mammootty's Awards and Achievements

  • 1981: Kerala State Film Awards: Second Best Actor for Ahimsa
  • 1984: Kerala State Film Awards: Best Actor for Adiyozhukkukal
  • 1984: Filmfare Awards South: Best Actor for Adiyozhukkukal
  • 1985: Kerala State Film Awards: Special Jury Award for Yathra
  • 1985: Filmfare Awards South: Best Actor for Yathra
  • 1985: Kerala State Film Awards: Special Jury Award for Nirakkoottu
  • 1987: Kerala Films Critics Association Awards: Best Actor for Thaniyavarthanam
  • 1987: Kerala Films Critics Association Awards: Best Actor for New Delhi
  • 1989: National Film Awards: Best Actor for Oru Vadakkan Veeragatha
  • 1989: Kerala State Film Awards: Best Actor for Oru Vadakkan Veeragatha
  • 1989: Kerala State Film Awards: Best Actor for Mrigaya
  • 1989: Kerala State Film Awards: Best Actor for Mahayanam
  • 1989: National Film Awards: Best Actor for Mathilukal
  • 1990: Filmfare Awards South: Best Actor for Mathilukal
  • 1991: Filmfare Awards South: Best Actor for Amaram
  • 1992: Kerala Films Critics Association Awards: Best Actor for Soorya Manasam
  • 1993: National Film Awards: Best Actor for Ponthan Mada
  • 1993: Kerala State Film Awards: Best Actor for Ponthan Mada
  • 1993: National Film Awards: Best Actor for Vidheyan
  • 1993: Kerala State Film Awards: Best Actor for Vidheyan
  • 1993: Kerala State Film Awards: Best Actor for Vatsalyam
  • 1997: Filmfare Awards South: Best Actor for Bhoothakkannadi
  • 1998: Padma Shri by Government of India
  • 1998: National Film Awards: Best Actor for Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar
  • 2000: Filmfare Awards South: Best Actor for Arayannagalude Veedu
  • 2000: Asianet Film Awards: Best Actor for Arayannagalude Veedu
  • 2004: Kerala State Film Awards: Best Actor for Kaazhcha
  • 2004: Filmfare Awards South: Best Actor for Kaazhcha
  • 2004: Asianet Film Awards: Best Actor for Kaazhcha
  • 2004: Asianet Film Awards: Best Actor for Vesham
  • 2004: Kerala Film Critics Association Awards-Chalachitra Ratnam (Special award)
  • 2006: Filmfare Awards South: Best Actor for Karutha Pakshikal
  • 2006: Kerala Films Critics Association Awards: Best Actor for Karutha Pakshikal
  • 2006: Kerala Films Critics Association Awards: Best Actor for Kaiyoppo
  • 2006: Filmfare Awards South-Legends Award (Special Award)
  • 2007: Asianet Film Awards: Best Actor for Ore Kadal
  • 2007: Asianet Film Awards: Best Actor for Big B
  • 2007: Asianet Film Awards: Best Actor for Kadha Parayumbol
  • 2009: Kerala State Film Awards: Best Actor for Paleri Manikyam
  • 2009: Filmfare Awards South: Best Actor for Paleri Manikyam
  • 2009: Ramu Kariat Awards: Best Actor for Paleri Manikyam
  • 2009: Vanitha Film Awards: Best Actor for Paleri Manikyam
  • 2009: Surya Film Award For Best Actor for Paleri Manikyam
  • 2009: Jaihind Film Award For Best Actor for Paleri Manikyam2009: Asianet Film Awards: Asianet Millenium Star Award
  • 2009: Vanitha Film Awards: Best Actor for Loud Speaker
  • 2010: Honorary Doctor of Letters (D. Litt.) by University of Kerala
  • 2010: Honorary Doctor of Letters (D. Litt.) by University of Calicut
  • 2010: Filmfare Awards South: Best Actor for Pranchiyettan and the Saint
  • 2010: Kerala Films Critics Association Awards: Best Actor for Pranchiyettan and the Saint
  • 2010: Asianet Film Awards: Best Actor for Pranchiyettan and the Saint
  • 2010: Vanitha Film Awards: Best Actor for Pranchiyettan and the Saint
  • 2010: Amrita-FEFKA Film Awards for Best Actor - Pranchiyettan and the Saint
  • 2010: Inspire Film Awards for Best Actor - Pranchiyettan and the Saint
  • 2010: Vellinakshatram Film Awards for Best Actor - Pranchiyettan and the Saint
  • 2010: Asianet Film Awards: Best Actor for Kutty Srank
  • 2011: Asiavision Film Awards - Millennium Star
  • 2011: Asianet Film Awards - Cultural Icon Kerala
  • 2012: Asianet Film Awards: Guest of Honour Award
  • 2012: Thikkurussy Foundation Award for Contributions to Malayalam Cinema
  • 2013: Asiavision Awards: Best Actor for Kunjananthante Kada
  • 2013: Asianet Film Awards: Best Actor for Kunjananthante Kada
  • 2013: Asianet Film Awards: Best Actor for Immanuel
  • 2014: Filmfare Awards South: Best Actor for Varsham
  • 2014: Asianet Film Awards: Best Actor for Varsham 
  • 2014: Vanitha Film Awards: Best Actor for Varsham
  • 2014: Asiavision Awards: Best Actor for Munnariyippu
  • 2014: Asianet Film Awards: Best Actor for Munnariyippu
  • 2014: Kashmir International Film Festival
  • 2015: Filmfare Awards South: Best Actor for Pathemari
  • 2015: Ramu Kariat Awards: Best Actor for Pathemari
  • 2015: P S John Endowment Award
  • 2019: Ramu Kariat Awards: Best Actor for Mamangam
  • 2019: Makudam Award for Best Actor - Peranbu
  • 2020: Kerala Films Critics Association Awards: Lifetime Achievement Award
  • 2020: Vaikom Muhammad Basheer Binale Foundation Award
  • 2020: Critics Choice Film Awards for Best Actor (Malayalam) - Unda

 

Mammootty's Interesting Facts

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  • The only Indian actor to appear in six different languages of movies is Mammootty. He has appeared in movies made in Tamil, Telugu, Hindi, Malayalam, Kannada, and English.
  • Mammootty abstains from alcohol.
  • Mammootty was the first Malayalam actor to play a double role.
  • He has so far had a dual role in 9 movies.
  • A pastime for Mammootty is volleyball. He represents Kerala Volleyball League as its brand ambassador.
  • Muhammad Kutty Panaparambil Ismail is Mammootty's real name. His adoring followers refer to him as Mammookka, Ikka, and Big M.
  • Five times, Mammootty won the National Film Award.
  • Mammootty is a licensed attorney. He spent two years practising.

 

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Frequently Asked Questions

Mammootty is a famous Indian Actor and Producer.
Mammootty’s birthday is on 7 September 1951.
Mammootty's zodiac sign is Virgo.
Mammootty’s father’s name is Ismail.
Mammootty’s sisters’ names are Ameena, Sauda and Shafina.
Mammootty is a qualified lawyer.
Mammootty debuted in 1971 with the movie Anubhavangal Paalichakal.
Mammootty’s net worth is $ 45 million US, as of 2022.
Mammootty’s instagram ID is @mammootty.
Mammootty’s height is 1.78m or 5’10.
Yes, Mammootty has a son and a daughter. Mammootty’s son Dalquer Salmaan is also an actor.
Mammootty’s religion is Islam.
Yes, Mammootty is a grandfather.
Mammootty’s full name is Muhammad Kutty Panaparambil Ismail.
Mammootty’s age is 71 years as of 2022.
Mammootty’s birthplace is Chandiroor, Kerala, India.
Mammootty’s mother’s name is Fatima.
Mammootty’s brothers’ names are Ibrahimkutty and Zakariah.
Yes, Mammootty is married.
Mammootty has starred in more than 400 films.
Mammootty’s upcoming project is Christopher and Rorscharch.
Mammootty’s Twitter ID is @mammukkan.
Mammootty’s wife’s name is Sulfath.
Mammootty’s latest released movie is Puzhu.
No, Mammootty is not a vegetarian.
Yes, Mammootty and Mohanlal are friends.
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