Master Badusha is an Indian film actor, popular amongst the regional audience for his work in movies like Vyooham (1990), Pappayude Swantham Appoos (1992), and Mumbai Taxi (2015). Mostly known for his pre-dominant involvement in Mollywood movies and Malayali TV shows, he is one of those artists who made their debut as child actors and later came back in their adulthood to make a mark.

In 1990, Badusha made his debut on the silver screen with the drama film Pappayude Swantham Appoos, directed by Fazil. A couple of years later, he featured in another film. Fast forward to 2015, he announced his comeback in the industry with Mumbai Taxi (2015).

Bheeman Reghu Malayalam Actor

Bheeman Reghu

Bheeman Reghu is a renowned Malayalam actor who has played some of the famous characters. His actual name is Raghu Damodaran. He was born on October 6, 1953, only son of Thankamma and K. P. Damodaran Nair. His father is a retired municipal commissioner. He is a citizen of Changanacherry, Kottayam district, Travancore Cochin. He is a law graduate. St Stephen's school in Pathanapuram, Sanatana Dharma College in Alappuzha, and University College in Thiruvananthapuram are his alma maters. Before pursuing acting as a profession, he worked in the police force. He is five feet and seven inches tall. He married Sudha on January 18, 1978, and has three children since his marriage. He has worked in more than four hundred films and has recently tried to break the stereotype surrounding him by veering towards comedy movies. He made his debut with ‘Ghar’ in the year 1978.  However, it was his movie Bheema in 1982 which made him a household name in the Malayalam. In fact, people started calling him Bheema, which he adapted as his stage name. Some of the movies that he has worked on are Grihalakshmi, Pinneyum Pookkunna Kaadu, Ithiri Neram Othiri Karyam, Hello Madras Girl, Oru Maadapraavinte Kadha, Thirakkil Alppa Samayam, Nishedi, Kiratham, Oru Naal Innoru Naal, Neeyallengil Njan, Itha Samayamayi, Kannaaram Pothippothi, Ithrayum Kaalam, Janakeeya Kodathi, Niramulla Raavukal, 1921, Theruvu Narthaki, Idu Saadhya, Samrajyam, Ente Sooryaputhrikku, Randam Varavu, Inspector Balram, Mahanagaram, Gentleman Security, Mookkilla Rajyathu Murimookkan Rajavu, Magician Mahendralal from Delhi, James Bond, Rapid Action Force, Ee Nadu Innalevare, Madhuchandralekha, Chacko Randaaman, Chinthamani Kolacase, Kanaka Simhasanam, Black Cat, Ee Pattanathil Bhootham, Oru Small Family, Teja Bhai and Family, Nagara Varidhi Naduvil Njan, RajadhiRaja, On The Way, Naughty Professor, Theruvu Nakshatrangal, and much more. He has also worked in a TV show called Kadamattathu Kathanar for two years as Ittan Pada Nair. Asianet Channel telecasted the serial. People still remember his protrayal of Bhargavan, Raghu, Vimal/Vinod, Sugunan, Radhakrishnan, Koyakutti, Vaasu, Jamal, Johny, Raveendran, and Tiger Ramu. He was also embroiled in a disputation when he got into an argument with a bakery owner, who had launched a complaint against him with the police. He also dabbled in politics and was a member of the National Democratic Alliance. BJP was its leader. He also ran for the Assembly elections from the constituency of Pathanapuram in the year 2016. It saw several of his contemporaries contesting like Jagadeesh, K. B. Ganesh Kumar, and Raghu. Bheemu was unsuccessful in his attempt. His recent movie Malayalakkara Residency released in the year 2014.


RJ Mathukutty

RJ Mathukutty is a multi-skilled artist in Malayalam film industry. Mathukutty has explored many professions in the film industry like Radio Jockey, dialogue writer, dubbing artist, TV host and acted in several short films and entertained audience. He is originally named as Arun Mathew; in his professional career, he is called Mathukutty. He was born on 27 February 1985 in Perumbavoor; an urban city in Ernakulam District. He has completed his graduation in Malayalam from Union Christian College, Aluva in the year 2006. Mathukutty has done his post-graduation diploma in journalism at Kerala Press Academy in Kakkanad. After his post-graduation, he joined as editor trainee at Malayalam newspaper “Veekshanam.” Mathukutty started his career as Radio Jockey in the year 2007 at Red FM radio station. Radio Jockey, being his hobby he has done a remarkable job and has won many awards. In the year 2012, he received “Best RJ of The Year” award. He was awarded “Best Cupid Show” for Love on Air in 2013 and the same year he was given the Bright Bulb Award for Red carpet. Apart from being Radio Jockey, he hosted many programs on Malayalam television channels. Mathukutty started as TV host in the year 2015 with a cookery show for children “Kuttykalvara” telecasted on Flowers Tv. He continued entertaining people by hosting programs, “DE Chef” and “Udan Panam” aired on Mazhavil Manorama. Mathukutty was co-host along with a renowned Malayali actress Rima Kallingal for a reality show “Midukki,” a reality show to treasure trove the beautiful and smartest women of Kerala. Mathukutty was dubbing artist for the movie “Koothara” directed by Srinath Rajendran. He has written dialogues for the movie “You Too Brutus” directed by Roopesh Peethambaran. He also acted in short films “Kuliscene” and “Kozhibiriyani” in the year 2013.In 2014 he acted in another short film Bedroom directed by Sanjayan Marcose. “Ustad hotel,” released in 2012 is his debut film in Mollywood.Since then he has acted in many Malayali movies like “Neelakasham Pachakadal Chuvanna Bhoomi,””Ithihasa,””Sapthamashree Thaskaraha,””Lord Livingstone 7000 Kandi,” Campus Diary,”. In 2016, he was married to Tincy Thomas and currently he resides at Kochi in Kerala.

RJ Mathukutty Malayalam Actor