Mohanlal Birthday: From Kireedam to Chitram; Top 5 Performances of the Company Actor

Mohanlal Birthday

Mohanlal Birthday

Mohanlal Birthday: One of the best actors in Malayalam cinema history is Mohanlal. He has delivered some incredible performances throughout his career, which began in 1978. Having acted in over 325 movies, most of them were box office successes. His films are so highly regarded that other language directors are aspiring to remake them. He is still the most sought-after actor in the business, even after more than 40 years in it. On the occasion of his birthday, take a look at his top 5 performances of all time.


Directed by Sibi Malayil, this 1989 drama by AK Lohithadas was a tragedy with a nod to Shakespeare. The narrative revolved around unanticipated events that derailed the aspirations of a police officer, portrayed by Thilakan, and his offspring, portrayed by Mohanlal. His representation of a young man’s anguish was so powerful that it earned him a National Award.


When Mohanlal does venture outside of Malayalam film, it’s usually to ensure that his performances are seen throughout the rest of India. MGR and Karunanidhi’s friendship served as the inspiration for Mani Ratnam’s iconic Tamil film. One of Mohanlal’s best performances to date is his masterful portrayal of the movie star who became the Chief Minister.


Two years after Iruvar, this 1999 hit was released and he once again delivered a moving performance. The movie was based on the life of a poor Kathakali artist. In addition to acting in it, he also produced it. He won the third National Award in addition to the State Award for his adaptable performance. In addition, he gained the admiration of Kalamandalam Gopi, a well-known Kathak dancer.


This is a strong movie that elicits an odd sense of empathy from viewers for Mohanlal’s persona and sense of justice. He portrays a painter on death row who develops mental health issues. It is evident from seeing this movie that he is a fantastic actor.


This 1988 movie was so successful at the box office that it was eventually remade in Tamil, Hindi, Telugu, and Kannada. None of the modifications, meanwhile, were able to match the original case’s genius. The audience was able to laugh and cry in equal measure because of Mohanlal’s role in the movie.

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