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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 his 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 72 years as of 2023. 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 the 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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Family and 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 in 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.



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.


Thaniyavarthanam (1987)

Thaniyavarthanam PosterA. 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 neighbourhood 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 honourable 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. The movie was shown at the Venice Film Festival. 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 around 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 captivity. 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, she elopes and marries 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 gone 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)

Vidheyan PosterAdoor 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)

Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar PosterThe 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 fought a social war against the Upper Caste Hindus as Mahatma Gandhi led India's political revolt against British rule. Gandhi and Ambedkar hold opposing ideologies. Nevertheless, Gandhi respected 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 converted 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 defining works of the Malayalam New Wave.

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.


Rorschach PosterRorschach is a Malayalam-language psychological action thriller with Mammootty playing the lead role. It 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's 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 Kettyiolaanu 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 made his Malayalam film debut.

Mammootty began working on the sets on April 3, 2022. On June 14, 2022, the team proceeded to Dubai for a 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.

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Nanpakal Nerathu Mayakkam

Nanpakal Nerathu Mayakkam was 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 lead of the movie. In Palani, Tamil Nadu, principal photography commenced on November 7, 2021.


The action thriller Christopher, which was released in India in the Malayalam language, was directed by B. Unnikrishnan and written by Udaykrishna. Justin Varghese composed the soundtrack, and Faiz Siddik handled the cinematography.

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.

Movies and TV Shows

Year Mammootty Movies and TV Shows Mammootty Characters
2023 Bilal Bilal John Kurishingal
2022 Bheeshma Parvam Michael Anjootti
2022 CBI 5: The Brain Sethurama Iyer
2022 Puzhu Kuttan
2022 Priyan Ottathilanu Himself
2022 Nanpakal Nerathu Mayakkam Not Available
2022 Rorschach Not Available
2022 Christopher Not Available
2022 Kadugannawa Oru Yatra Venugopal
2021 The Priest Father Carmen Benedict
2021 One Kadakkal Chandran
2020 Agent Mahadev
2020 Shylock Devan / Boss
2019 Peranbu Amudhavan
2019 Madhura Raja Madhura' Raja
2019 Unda S. I. Manikandan C.P.
2019 Pathinettam Padi John Abraham Palackal
2019 Ganagandharvan Kalasadhan Ullas
2019 Mamangam Chandroth Valiya Panicker
2019 Yatra Y. S. Rajasekhara Reddy
2018 Street Lights CI James Abraham
2018 Captain Himself
2018 Parole Comrade Alex
2018 Uncle Krishna Kumar
2018 Abrahaminte Santhathikal Derick Abraham
2018 Oru Kuttanadan Blog Nediyedath Hari
2017 The Great Father David Nainan
2017 Puthan Panam Nithyananda Shenoy
2017 Pullikkaran Staraa K. Rajakumaran
2017 Masterpiece Edward Livingstone/Anto Antony IPS
2016 Puthiya Niyamam Adv. Louis Pothen
2016 Kasaba Rajan Zachariah
2016 White Prakash Roy
2016 Thoppil Joppan Thoppil Joppan
2015 Fireman Vijay
2015 Bhaskar the Rascal Bhaskar
2015 Acha Dhin Durgadas
2015 Utopiayile Rajavu C.P. Swathanthran
2015 Pathemari Pallikal Narayanan
2014 Balyakalasakhi Majeed/Majeed's father
2014 Praise the Lord Joy
2014 Gangster Akbar Ali Khan
2014 Manglish Malik Bhai
2014 Munnariyippu CK Raghavan
2014 RajadhiRaja Shekharan Kutty aka Rajashekhar/ Raja
2014 Varsham P.K.Venugopal
2013 Proprietors: Kammath & Kammath Raja Raja Kammath
2013 Immanuel Immanuel
2013 Kadal Kadannoru Mathukkutty Matthew George aka Mathukkutty and himself
2013 Kunjananthante Kada Kunjananthan
2013 Daivathinte Swantham Cleetus Cleetus
2013 Silence Aravind Chandrasekhar
2012 Shikari Abhilash/Karunan
2012 The King & the Commissioner Joseph Alex Thevliparambil
2012 Cobra Raja/Shivadas Naidu
2012 Thappana Samson
2012 Jawan of Vellimala Gopi Krishan
2012 Face2Face Balachandran
2012 Bavuttiyude Namathil Bavutty
2012 Shikari Abhijeet/Aruna
2011 August 15 Perumal
2011 Doubles Giri
2011 The Train Kedarnath
2011 Bombay March 12 Sameer (Sanathanan Bhat)
2011 Venicile Vyapari Pavithran
2010 Drona 2010 Madhavan/Kunjunni
2010 Yugapurushan K C Kuttan
2010 Pramaani Vishwanatha Panicker
2010 Pokkiri Raja Madhurai Raja
2010 Kutty Srank Kutty Shranku
2010 Pranchiyettan & the Saint Chirammal Enashu Francis
2010 Vandae Maatharam Gopikrishnan
2010 Best of Luck Himself
2010 Best Actor Mohan
2010 Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations Himself
2010 Vandae Maatharam Gopikrishnan IPS
2009 Love In Singapore Machu
2009 Ee Pattanathil Bhootham Jimmy/Genie
2009 Daddy Cool Antony Simon
2009 Loudspeaker Philipose aka Mike
2009 Pazhassi Raja Kerala Varma Pazhassi Raja
2009 Kerala Cafe Unnamed
2009 Paleri Manikyam: Oru Pathirakolapathakathinte Katha Haridas/Ahmed Haji/Khalid Ahmed
2009 Chattambinaadu Virendra Mallayya
2008 Roudram ACP Narendran
2008 Annan Thambi Appu/Achu
2008 Parunthu Parunthu Purushothaman
2008 One Way Ticket Himself
2008 Mayabazar Akkiri' Rameshan/Swami
2008 Twenty:20 Advt. Ramesh Nambiar
2008 Halla Bol Himself
2007 Kaiyoppu Balachandran
2007 Mayavi Mahi aka Mayavi
2007 Big B Bilal John Kurishinkal
2007 Mission 90 Days Major Sivaram
2007 Ore Kadal Dr. S. R. Nathan
2007 Nazrani David John Kottarathil
2007 Katha Parayumbol Ashok Raj
2006 Thuruppu Gulan Kunjumon aka Gulan
2006 Balram vs. Tharadas Balaram/Tharadas
2006 Prajapathi Devarmadam Narayanan
2006 Bhargava Charitham Moonam Khandam Current Bharghavan
2006 Pothen Vava Pothen Vava
2006 Karutha Pakshikal Murugan
2006 Palunku Monichan
2005 Sau Jhooth Ek Sach - The Uninvited Inspector Vivek
2005 Thommanum Makkalum Sivan
2005 Thaskara Veeran Arakkal Baby
2005 Rappakal Krishnan
2005 Nerariyan CBI Sethurama Iyer
2005 Rajamanikyam Bellary Raja
2005 Bus Conductor Zakir Hussain
2004 Sethurama Iyer CBI Sethurama Iyer
2004 Vajram Devarajan
2004 Aparichithan Raghuram
2004 Kaazhcha Madhavan
2004 Black Karikkamuri Shanmukhan
2004 Vesham Appu
2004 Vishwa Thulasi Vishwa
2003 Chronic Bachelor Sathyaprathapan
2003 Pattalam Pattabhi Raman
2002 Phantom Phantom Phaliey
2002 Kai Ethum Doorathu Gopinathan
2002 Junior Senior Santhosh
2002 Karmegham Karmegham
2001 Aanandham Thirupathi
2001 Rakshasa Rajavu Ramanadhan IPS
2001 Dubai Ravi Mamman
2001 Dany Danniel Thomson
2000 Arayannagalude Veedu Ravindranath
2000 Narasimham Nandagopal Marar
2000 Valliettan Arackal Madhavanunni
2000 Dada Sahib Abubacker/Dada Sahib
2000 Kandukondain Kandukondain Major Bala
2000 Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar B. R. Ambedkar
1999 Edhirum Pudhirum Kannan
1999 The Godman Amarnath
1999 Stalin Sivadas Sivadas
1999 Megham Col. Ravivarma Thampuran
1999 Thachiledathu Chundan Kochu Kunju
1999 Ezhupunna Tharakan Ezhupunna Sunny Tharakan
1999 Prem Poojari Himself
1999 Pallavur Devanarayanan Pallavur Devanarayana Pothuval
1998 The Truth Bharath Patteri
1998 Oru Maravathoor Kanavu Chandy
1998 Sidhartha Sidhartha
1998 Harikrishnans Hari
1998 Elavamkodu Desam Jathavethan
1998 Marumalarchi Rasu Padayachi
1998 Swami Vivekananda Maharaja
1997 Oral Mathram Hareendran
1997 Kaliyoonjal Nandagopalan
1997 Bhoothakkannadi Vidyadharan
1997 Pudhayal Captain Vishwanath
1997 Arasiyal Chandrasekhar
1996 Surya Putrulu Prakash
1996 Azhakiya Ravanan Sanker Das
1996 Hitler Madhavan Kutty
1996 Aayiram Naavulla Ananthan Dr. Anantha Padmanabhan
1996 Indraprastham Sathish Menon
1996 Udhyanapalakan Sudhakaran Nair
1995 Mazhayethum Munpe Nandakumar Varma
1995 Oru Abhibhashakante Case Diary Aniyan Kuruvilla
1995 No. 1 Snehatheeram Bangalore North Vijaya Bhasker
1995 Ormakal Undayirikkanam Bhasi
1995 The King Thevalliparambil Joseph Alex
1995 Makkal Aatchi Sethupathi
1994 Vidheyan Bhaskar Patelar
1994 Ponthan Mada Mada
1994 Vishnu Vishnu
1994 Sagaram Sakshi Balachandran
1994 Sainyam Captain Eswar
1994 Sukrutham Ravishankar
1993 Dhruvam Narasimha Mannadiyar
1993 Aayirappara Shouwri
1993 Vatsalyam Meledathu Raghvan Nair
1993 Jackpot Gautham Krishna
1993 Sarovaram Devadathan
1993 Padheyam Chandradas
1993 Golanthara Vartha Ramesan Nair
1993 Kilipetchu Ketkava Chidambaram
1993 Dhartiputra Kapil Dev Singh
1992 Kauravar Antony
1992 Soorya Manasam Putturumees
1992 Johnnie Walker John Varghese
1992 Mahanagaram Chanthakkadu Viswan
1992 Kizhakkan Pathrose Pathrose
1992 Pappayude Swantham Appoos Balachandran
1992 Swathi Kiranam Anantha Rama Sharma
1991 Amaram Achootty
1991 Nayam Vyakthamakkunnu Sukumaran
1991 Inspector Balram Inspector Balram
1991 Adayalam Hariharan
1991 Kanalkkattu Nathu Narayanan
1991 Anaswaram Daniel D'Souza
1991 Neelagiri Sivan
1991 Azhagan Azhakappan
1991 Thalapathi Devaraj
1990 Purappadu Viswanathan
1990 Kottayam Kunjachan Kunjachan
1990 Kuttettan Vishnu Narayanan
1990 Midhya Venugopal
1990 Mathilukal Vaikom Muhammad Basheer
1990 Samrajyam Alexander
1990 Kalikkalam Thief
1990 Oliyampukal Arackal Baby Mathew
1990 Iyer the Great Soorya Narayana Iyer
1990 Ee Thanutha Veluppan Kalathu Haridas Damodaran
1990 No.20 Madras Mail Himself
1990 Parampara Lawrence/Johny
1990 Triyathri Mathew
1990 Mounam Sammadham Raja
1989 Charithram Philipose Manavalan
1989 Mudra Ramabhadran
1989 Adikkurippu Bhaskara Pillai
1989 Oru Vadakkan Veeragatha Chanthu Chekavar
1989 Utharam Balachandran Nair
1989 Adharvam Anantha Padmanabhan
1989 Carnival Bharathan
1989 Artham Ben Narendran
1989 Jagratha Sethurama Iyer
1989 Nair Saab Captain Ravindran Nair
1989 Mahayanam Chandran
1989 Mrughaya Varghese aka Varunni
1988 Manu Uncle Manu Uncle
1988 Vicharana Sethumadhavan
1988 Dhinarathrangal Aravindan
1988 Oru CBI Diary Kurippu Sethurama Iyer
1988 Abkari Vasu
1988 Sangham Kuttappai
1988 August 1 Perumal
1988 Mattoral Balan
1988 1921 Naik Khader
1988 Thanthram George Korah Vettickal
1988 Mukthi Haridas
1988 Sanghunadam Chandran
1987 Kottum Kuravayum Damu
1987 Kathakku Pinnil Thampi
1987 Oru Sindoora Pottinte Ormakku Roy Thampi
1987 Sreedharante Onnam Thirumurivu Sreedharan
1987 Ithrayum Kalam Varghese
1987 Nombarathi Poovu Dr. Padmanabhan
1987 Adimakal Udamakal Raghavan
1987 Athinumappuram Ravindran
1987 Kalam Mari Katha Mari Kamarudden
1987 New Delhi G. Krishnamoorthy
1987 Thaniyavarthanam Balan Mash
1987 Manivathoorile Aayiram Sivarathrikal Dr. Vinayachandran
1987 Aankiliyude Tharattu Haridas
1987 Anantaram Dr. Balu
1987 Nalkkavala Babu
1986 Oru Katha Oru Nunnakkatha Prof. Mohandas
1986 Shyama Viswanathan
1986 Ithile Iniyum Varu Aravindan
1986 Mazha Peyyunnu Maddalam Kottunnu Guest appearance
1986 Aalorungi Arangorungi Rajan
1986 Vartha Madhavan Kutty
1986 Kariyila Kattu Pole Harikrishnan
1986 Malarum Kiliyum Balachandran
1986 Kshamichu Ennoru Vakku Adv. Ravindranath
1986 Prathyekam Sradhikuka Suresh
1986 Arappatta Kettiya Gramathil Zacharia
1986 Poomukhappadiyil Ninneyum Kathu Isacc Peter
1986 Neram Pularumbol Lawrence
1986 Kaveri Dr. Hari
1986 Snehamulla Simham Vaishakhan
1986 Adukkan Entheluppam Srinivasan Nair
1986 Gandhinagar 2nd Street Balachandran
1986 Nandi Veendum Varika Mohandas
1986 Moonnu Masangalkku Munpu Dr. Rajasekhran
1986 Aayiram Kannukal Dr. Sam
1986 Ice Cream Thampi
1986 Poovinnu Puthiya Poonthennal Kiran
1986 Aavanazhi Balram
1986 Nyayavidhi Paramu
1986 Ee Kaikalil Sultan Abdul Razak
1986 Veendum Vijaya Chandran
1986 Geetham Yatheendran
1986 Pranamam Prathapan
1986 Padayani Sudhakaran
1986 Sayam Sandhya Sivaprasad
1986 Rakkuyilin Ragasadassil Viswanathan
1986 Aval Kaathirunnu Avanum.... Gopinath
1986 Kochu Themmadi Sekharan Master
1986 Rareeram Nandakumar
1986 Ennu Nathante Nimmi Mahesh
1985 Thinkalazhcha Nalla Divasam Gopan
1985 Parayanumvayya Parayathirikkanumvayya Sreekumar
1985 Muhurtham Pathnonnu Muppathinu Dr. M. K. Haridas
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1985 Eeran Sandhya Madhavankutty
1985 Thammil Thammil Dr. Rajagopal
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1985 Oduvil Kittiya Vartha Gopalan Kutty
1985 Anubandham Muraleedharan Master
1985 Ee Sabdam Innathe Sabdam Dr. Ramachandran
1985 Katha Ithuvare Balachandran
1985 Oru Sandesam Koodi Vijayan
1985 Manya Mahajanangale Devan
1985 Onningu Vannengil Mohandas
1985 Oru Nokku Kanan Jayadevan
1985 Ayanam Johny
1985 Angadikkappurath Jose
1985 Ente Kaanakkuyil Mohan Kumar
1985 Puzhayozhukum Vazhi Gopan
1985 Iniyum Katha Thudarum Ravindran
1985 Idanilangal Vijayan
1985 Nirakkoottu Ravi Varma
1985 Yathra Unnikrishnan
1985 Ee Lokam Ivide Kure Manushyar Ummer
1985 Kanathaya Penkutty Ram Mohan
1985 Vilichu Vilikettu Vijayan
1985 Puli Varunne Puli Jayaraman
1985 Aa Neram Alppa Dooram Jameskutty
1985 Karimbinpoovinakkare Sivan
1985 Upaharam Dr. Jeevan Thomas
1985 Kathodu Kathoram Louis
1985 Kandu Kandarinju Sreedharan
1985 Akalathe Ambili Ajayan
1984 Vikatakavi Usman
1984 Vetta Rathish
1984 Veendum Chalikkunna Chakram Jose
1984 Thirakkil Alppa Samayam Jose
1984 Sandarbham Ravi
1984 Sandyakkenthinu Sindhooram Raghunathan
1984 Paavam Poornima Jayaraj
1984 Oru Kochukatha Aarum Parayatha Katha Dr. Surendran
1984 Onnum Mindatha Bharya Achuthan Nair
1984 Onnanu Nammal Sethu
1984 Manithali Zulfikar
1984 Mangalam Nerunnu Babu
1984 Lakshmana Rekha Sukumaran Nair
1984 Koottinilamkili Krishnanunni
1984 Kanamarayathu Roy Varghese
1984 Ithiri Poove Chuvannapoove Balagopalan
1984 Itha Innu Muthal Adv. Jayamohan
1984 Ethirppukal Kochu Baby
1984 Ente Upasana Arjunan
1984 Enganeyundashaane Gopikuttan Pillai
1984 Idavelakku Sesham Jayadevan
1984 Chakkarayumma Babu
1984 Athirathram Tharadas
1984 Ariyaatha Veethikal Ravi
1984 Anithichuvappu George Kutty
1984 Alakadalinakkare Anand
1984 Aksharangal Jayadevan
1984 Akkare Ismail
1984 Adiyozhukkukal Karunan
1984 Aayiram Abilashangal Devadasan
1984 Aattuvanchi Ulanjappol Balachandran
1984 Aarorumariyathe Venugopal
1984 Aalkkoottathil Thaniye Rajan
1984 Kodathi Rajendran
1983 Visa Shereef
1983 Theeram Thedunna Thira Madhu
1983 Sesham Kazhchayil Jagadish
1983 Sandhyakku Virinja Poovu Jayamohan
1983 Saagaram Shaantham Ananthan
1983 Rugma Raghu
1983 Rachana Gopi
1983 Prathijnja Hamsa
1983 Pinnilavu Unni
1983 Oru Swakaryam Usman
1983 Oru Mukham Pala Mukham Muralidhran Thambi
1983 Oru Madapravinte Katha Balachandran
1983 Onnu Chirikku Unnikrishnan
1983 Nathi Muthal Nathi Vare Raju
1983 Nanayam Raju
1983 Marakkillorikkalum Man at the park (uncredited)
1983 Manassoru Mahasamudram Venugopal
1983 Maniyara Shameer
1983 Lekhayude Maranam Oru Flashback Prem Sagar
1983 Saagaram Santham Ananthan
1983 Koodevide Captain Thomas
1983 Kodunkattu Musthafa
1983 Kinnaram Balachandran
1983 Kattaruvi Vasu
1983 Iniyenkilum Divakaran
1983 Himavahini Gopi
1983 Guru Dakshina John
1983 Ente Katha Babu
1983 Coolie Kunchali
1983 Changatham Tony Francis
1983 Chakravalam Chuvannappol Vasu
1983 Asthram Balu
1983 America America Ramesh
1983 Aadaminte Vaariyellu Jose
1983 Aa Rathri Ravi
1983 Eettillam Sivan
1982 Yavanika Jacob Eerally
1982 Vidhichathum Kothichathum Vasu
1982 Veedu Rajasekhara Menon
1982 Thadaakam Jabbar
1982 Sindoora Sandhyakku Mounam Bitpart
1982 Saravarsham Rajashekharan
1982 Post Mortem Johny
1982 Pooviriyum Pulari Ramesh
1982 Ponnum Poovum Salim
1982 Padayottam Kammaran
1982 Oru Thira Pinneyum Thira Jayadevan
1982 Komaram Babu
1982 Keni Babu
1982 John Jaffer Janardhanan Janardhanan
1982 Idiyum Minnalum Prabhakaran
1982 Enthino Pookunna Pookal Sivaraman
1982 Ee Nadu Salim
1982 Chiriyo Chiri Himself
1982 Chambalkadu Beeran
1982 Amrutha Geetham Suresh
1982 Aa Divasam Balachandran
1982 Balloon Muthukoya
1982 Innallenkil Naale Rahim
1981 Sphodanam Thankappan
1981 Munnettam Rajappan
1981 Thrishna Krishna Das
1981 Oothikachiya Ponnu Thoman Kutty
1981 Ahimsa Vasu
1980 Vilkkanundu Swapnangal Madhavan Kutty
1980 Mela Vijayan
1973 Kaalachakram Boat man (Uncredited bit part)
1971 Anubhavangal Paalichakal Uncredited (Junior artist)

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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 to collaborate with an arrogant star like Mammootty again.

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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 calibre 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.

Net Worth

Mammootty Pink BlazzerMammootty’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 Cayenne valued at Rs. 1.20 crore, an Astron Martin Rapid S worth Rs. 3.29 crore, and 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.

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Mammootty's Interesting Facts


Profile Summary

Mammootty Details
Profession Actor
Celebrity Type Movie Star
Full Name Muhammad Kutty Ismail Paniparambil
Hometown Chempu Kotyam Kerela India
Birthplace Chandiroor Alapphuza Kerela India
Age 72 years as of 2023
Date of Birth 7th September 1951
Height 5 Feet 10 Inches
Notable Work Oru Vadakkan Veeragadha
First Movie Anubhavangal Paalichakal
Wife Sulfath Kutty
Nationality Indian
Net Worth $45 Million
Net Worth in Rupees 340 Crores INR
Instagram @mammootty
Twitter @mammukka
Zodiac Sign Virgo

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