T S Krishnan was an Indian actor. His father was T.K. Surendran and mother was Sheela. He was seen in Malayalam movies. He is also known as Kozhikode Krishnan. He was famous for a villain role. He was famous for the picture The King. He died at the age of 33.

Bhagath Manuel

Bhagath Manuel is an Indian actor known for his roles in Malayalam movies. Manuel was born in the town of Muvattupuzha in Kerala. Manuel is also recognized for his work in Thattathin Marayathu and Doctor Love. Manuel made his big screen debut in 2010, alongside Nivin Pauly and Ajju Varghese in the Vineeth Srinivasan-directed, “Malarvadi ArtsClub.” The screenplay of the film was also conducted by Vineeth Srinivasan. 2011 saw Manuel feature in the Bipin Prabhakar-directed, The Metro, which also featured Sharath Kumar and Nivin Pauly. In the same year, Manuel was also cast alongside Kunchako Boban and Bhavana in K. Biju’s, Doctor Love. In 2012, Manuel featured in four movies. Johny Antony’s “Masters,” saw Manuel cast alongside Prithviraj and Sasikumar. Anwar Rasheed’s “Ustaad Hotel” featured Manuel in a supporting role. Dulquer Salman and Nithya Menon were cast as the protagonists in the film. In the same year, Manuel featured in Vineeth Srinivasan’s “Thattathin Marayathu,” and played the role of Hamza. The movie also starred Nivin Pauly and Isha Talvar. 2012 also saw Manuel feature in Vinu Anand’s “Perinoru Makan.” 2013 also saw Manuel in four movies, starting with Rajesh Amanakara’s “Entry,” followed by Linson Antony’s “Housefull” which also starred Tini Tom and Jyothirmayi. After these two, Manuel featured alongside Unni Mukundan and Jayasurya in M. Padmakumar’s “Ithu Pathiramanal,” and Jayaraj Vijay’s “Money Back Policy.” The year of 2014 saw Manuel in Sreejith Sukumaran’s “Hangover,” Shibu Prabhakar’s “Day and Night,” “Asha Black,” “Monayi Angane Aanayi,” and “Ormayundo Ee Mukham.” In 2015, Manuel was cast alongside Jayasurya in “Aadu Oru Bheegara Jeeviyanu.” In the same year, Manuel also featured in “Oru Vadakkan Selfie,” “Sir C P” “Vishwasam Athallae Ellam,” and “Adi Kapyare Kootamani.”

Bhagath Manuel Malayalam Actor