Kalabhavan Mani

Movie Actor

Kalabhavan Mani was born in Chalakudy, Kerala, India on January 1st, 1971 and is the Movie Actor. At the age of 45, Kalabhavan Mani biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

Other Names / Nick Names
Mani Raman Chenathunad Kunnisseri Veettil
Date of Birth
January 1, 1971
Place of Birth
Chalakudy, Kerala, India
Death Date
Mar 6, 2016 (age 45)
Zodiac Sign
Actor, Music Director, Singer
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Kalabhavan Mani Life

Kunnisseri Veettil Raman Mani, born in 1971 (January 1971 – March 2016), better known by his stage name Kalabhavan Mani, was an Indian film actor and singer.

Mani began his career as a mimicry artist with the Kalabhavan troupe.

He has appeared in more than 200 films, including Malayalam, Tamil, Kannada, and Telugu films, and is known for his comedies and villain roles. Mani received the National Film Award and Kerala State Film Award for his role as Ramu in Vasanthiyum Pinne Njaanum (1999).


Kalabhavan Mani Career


He began his career as a mimicry artist with Cochin Kalabhavan, a drama company. He began his acting debut in Aksharam's Malayalam film as an auto rickshaw driver. With the Lohithadas film Sallapam (1996), which was a hit, he had his first major breakthrough. He appeared in several films in the comedies after this. He appeared in films including Dilliwala Rajakumaran, Manthra Mothiram, Gajara Manthram, Katha Nayagan, Mayaponman, and Kottudumbam. Mani's comedic role as Monayi in the 1998 film Summer in Bethlahem was lauded by the audience. In the film Vasanthiyum Pinne Njaanum, after playing several comic characters, his true ability to do the character parts was revealed. He played a blind singer in it, earning him the Special Jury Award at both National Film Awards and Kerala State Film Awards. These awards enabled Mani to do the character roles and villain roles in several films as well as doing comedy roles in several films. 1917-1984: He appeared in Vain Narayanankutty (2001). However, his appearance as villain was first noted in the film Rakshasa Rajavu (2001), where he played a crooked corrupt politician named Gunasekharan. The Guard is a special film in that it features only Mani as a lead actor. Kuttan's performance as a poor eccentric individual in Karumadikuttan earned him acclaim. With the Jayaram castrer One man show, Mani returned to his unique comedic role. Mani was lauded for his work in Valkannadi (2002). Mani appeared in the role of Appunni, a blacksmith with a history of mental disorders, in the revenge story. He was also praised for his role in Malayali Mamanu Vanakkam's role. Mani's complete attention was put on character and villain roles after the comedy films Kuberan and Bamboo Boys were released in 2002. Vellithira, Balettan, Pattalam, and War and Love were some of Mani's most notable films in 2003. He reprised his comedy role with the 2004 Priyadarshan screwball comedy film Vettam, which is arguably his last major film in a complete comedic role. In addition, he made a small appearance in Magic Lamp. Mani's appearance in Ananthabhadam, 2005, as Chemban Gurukkal, the blind master martial artist, received acclaim. For the first time, Ben Johnson played an action hero. In 2005, it was one of the most successful movies. Mani was seen in films including Lokanathan IAS, Chacko Randaman, Kisan, Payum Puli, Red Salute, etc. After his success in Ben Johnson, we saw him playing similar hero roles. He has received a lot of praise for his role as the villain in Chotta Mumbai (2007). Mani played Nateshan, which is considered one of Malayalam's most popular villain characters. Mani was the lead role in the family film Aayirathil Oruvan (2009), which was critically acclaimed In 2010, Mani appeared in numerous films, including Orange, Pulliman, Black Stallion, and Canvas. However, the bulk of these were a huge failure at the box office. He appeared in the multi-starrer crime drama film Bachelor Party in 2012. Both scholars and viewers praised Looyi Papan's performance in Amen (2013). Poyi Maranju Parayathe, Mani's last Malayalam film, was released in 2016 after his death.

In the film Gemini (2002), which starred Vikram in the lead role, he captured everybody's interest in the Tamil film industry as the villain. He appeared in more than 30 Tamil films as well as numerous Kannada and Telugu films. Pudhusa Naan Poranthen was his last Tamil film, and it was released in 2016.

Mani created Nadan Pattu (folk songs) by selling a record number of releases as a result of his acting career. Kannimanga Prayathil was his first musical album. Arumugan Venkidangu wrote and composed the majority of his songs. In addition, he has released several religious songs and Mappila Pattukal.