Sreenath Bhasi is a heart throb of many girls. He was born on May 29, 1988. He is a model and a Malayalam actor. His birthplace is Palluruthy in Kochi, India. He graduated from MG University. He got married to Reethu Zachariah on December 9, 2016. Their marriage was held at Bolgatty Palace in Kochi. His wife hailed from Trivandrum. He began his career as an RJ (Radio Jockey). He worked in 93.5 Red FM. Consequently, he worked in Kiran TV as a VJ (Video Jockey). Sreenath Bhasi was a part of "Crimson Wood", the Christian Alternative Metal Band. Now he is a part of an experimental band from Kerala named "Djent Band" as a vocalist. Sreenath Bhasi has also appeared in few short films like "the Iced Tea". His career as an actor in films started in the year 2012. He made his debut in the feature film " Pranayam" in 2012. He appeared in the role named Arun.

It was written and directed by Blessy. Mohanlal, Jaya Prada, and Anupam Kher played the lead roles. The film bagged many awards and received very good ratings and reviews. Sreenath Bhasi starred as Bony in the film " 22 Female Kottayam" in the same year. It was directed by Aashiq Abu, and Rima Kallingal and Fahadh Faasil played the lead roles. He then appeared as Anjan in the movie "Arike" in the same year. Shyamaprasad directed the film. Dileep, Mamta Mohandas, and Samvrutha Sunil starred in the film. He then appeared as Kallumekkayas in the film " Ustad Hotel". Anwar Rasheed was the director, and Dulquar Salmaan, Thilakan, Nithya Menon, Siddique and Assim Jamal starred in the film. The film was successful at the box office and earned positive reviews. Sreenath Bhasi appeared as Rahul in the film "Ayalum Njanum Thammil in 2012.

Lal Jose directed the film. He then appeared as Sunny Jose Prakash in the film "Da Thadiya" along with Sekhar Menon, Ann Augustine, Nivin Pauly and Arundathi Nag. The film received good reviews. Sreenath Bhasi also sang the soundtrack "Oh My Panchasara" in the film. Sreenath Bhasi appeared as Abu in the film "Honey Bee" along with Asif Ali, Bhavana, and Baburaj. In the year 2013, he starred as Siddarth in "North 24 Kaatham". He then appeared as Anto in the film " Masala Republic". In the year 2015, he starred as Jinn in "KL 10 Patthu", as Radhs in " Rasputin" and as Trekker in " Rani Padmini". Bhasi acted as Ebin in Vineeth Srinivasan’s " Jacobinte Swargarajyam". The film was a big box-office hit and earned positive reviews. He then appeared as Kichu in the film " Anuraga Karikkin Vellam". He is currently acting in the film, "Honey Bee 2" which is being filmed.

T. K. Balachandran Malayalam Actor

T. K. Balachandran

T.K. Balachandran is a movie actor from Kerala. He is popular to have been a part of around 200 films in his lifetime. He was born on the 2nd of February 1928. His parents were Kunjan Pillai and Parukkuttiyamma. He was their fifth child. He was married to a woman named Vishalakshi. She bore him two kids. They were Vasanth Balachandran and Vinod Balachandran. Vanchiyoor Madhavan Nair is a renowned Malayalam actor too and is T.K. Balachandran’s brother. He started quite early in his acting career by doing the motion picture Pralhaada when he was just 13. He also created history by acting in the first ever full-time comedy, Viruthan Shanku. Renowned director P.Venu was in charge of this movie. It released in theaters in the month of April of 1968. It had Adoor Bhasi and actress Ambika in the star roles. P.K. Satyapal was responsible for its production. Along with being an actor in the first Malayalam comedy film, he was also the first ever actor in Malayalam film history to do a double role. When he was in the 70th year of his age, he was honored with being elected the President of the South Indian Film Chamber. The South Indian Film Chamber is an association Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam and Kannada film industry. To add to his lifetime’s achievements, he got awarded the President’s Gold Medal, which is definitely a thing of pride to be granted to an Indian. Apart from this, he has secured several awards for his work in Malayalam cinema. Some of the hit films in Malayalam he did were Inakkily, Aagaamanam and Kalanju Kittiya Thankam. He had worked in more than 400 films, out of which 200 were in the Malayalam Language. He also acted in pictures made in the Tamil Language. Some successful ones of these are Jagatham and Andha Naal. He has also ventured into production, writing stories, dialogues, and screenplays of numerous movies like Pralayam and Pambaram. He wrote the story of films such as Drohi, Chief Guest and Rakthasaakshi. He also wrote the dialogues of films such as Deepaaradhana, Rakthasaakshi , and Pambaram. He started his career in this industry in 1986 and stopped only with his death. His career spanned a total of 19 years. He died on the 15th of December 2005. He died due to Cancer. He was seventy-seven years of age when he died. He was at Thiruvananthapuram, at his place itself when he died. His wife and children live on after him.

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Gokul Suresh

Gokul Suresh is an upcoming Indian actor who is currently working in the Malayalam cinema. Gokul is the son of the famous Keralite actor Suresh Gopi and Radhika Nair. After finishing his school, Gokul took admission at Christ University, Bengaluru where he opted for a course in Business Administration (B.A.)in Tourism. During his college days, Gokul decided to follow Suresh’s footsteps and made his debut from Muddhugauv, his first Mollywood (Malayalam) project. In an interview with the leading newspaper “The Hindu,” Gokul said that he frequently took part in street plays before coming into films. Joseph Antony trained him for such dramas and theatre projects. However, Gokul admitted that he underwent a workshop under the guidance of Murali Menon. The workshop lasted for 12 days but prepared the talented youngster to face the cameras with ease. Gokul also confessed that he understood the importance of dialogue delivery techniques so as to bring life into the characters he will be playing. Regardless of doing a movie, Gokul did not feel uncomfortable as artists like Dulquer Salmaan, Faasil, and D. Sreenivasan advised him to express himself more while filming the scenes. While preparing for his role in Muddhugauv, Gokul weighed over hundred kilograms and he had to do a lot of exercises to lose weight and he eventually lost seven kilos. In January 2015, the debutant met with an unfortunate bike accident after which he had to give seven months for the rehabilitation process. Later, he completed the shooting, after recovering from the injuries. Muddhugauv revolves around Gokul’s character Bharath, who does not leave any stone unturned to impress his girlfriend Ganga. Gokul also missed his college lectures resulting in his ineligibility to write semester examinations. After the completion of the shoot, the college authorities finally permitted Gokul to write the tests. As a result, Gokul could not watch his debut film in the theatres due to his busy examination schedule. Gokul has also admitted that people have compared him to his father Suresh Gopi but the Muddhugauv actor said that he is ready to handle such expectations. Muddhugauv got praises from the audience and critics alike. As of now, Gokul has signed three Mollywood projects. He will act opposite, the legendary actor, Mammooty in the unnamed venture where the latter’s role is that of a professor. P Jayaram Kailas has zeroed in on Gokul for the protagonist role as Pappu, where he will be romancing Ishni, a New Zealand-based Malayali. Tabloids have also reported that he has reduced weight for Sharon K Vipin’s “Panjara Paal Mittayi” in which Devi Ajith would essay the role of a dance teacher. Devi considers Gokul a versatile artist after working with him in Mudhugauv.

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