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Mamukkoya
Born July 5, 1946 (1946-07-05) (age 63)
Kerala, India
Years active 30

Mamukkoya is a popular Malayalam comedian actor. His unique usage of Malabar dialect and style marks his presence in the industry. He has acted in more than 450 Malayalam films and is the first winner of State award for Best Comedian in malayalam films, the category introduced in 2009

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Early life

Mamukkoya was born in 5 July 1946 in Kozhikode to a lower middle class Koya family. His parents were Chalikkandiyil Muhammed and Imbichiyisha. He completed his school education in M. M. High school, Kozhikode. He was obsessed with soccer in his childhood, just like most Malabar people.[1]

Career

Mamukkoya started his career as a theatre actor, much like other people of his age who later became film actors. Mamukkoya got his chance in the film industry through Anyarude Bhoomi (1979). His portrayal of Gafoor in Sathyan Anthikkad's Mohanlal - Sreenivasan starrer Nadodikkattu (1987) carved a niche for him in Malayalam cinema. His award winning performance in Perumazhakkalam (2004) proved that he can handle non-comedy roles as well with ease. He did the title role in the film Korappan, the great (2001) which depicted him as a forest brigand like Veerappan.

Awards

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Kerala State Film Award

Jaihind TV Award

Family

Mamukkoya is married to Suhra. They have 4 children: Nisar, Sahida, Nadiya and Abdul Rasheed.

Filmography

  1. Anyarude Bhoomi (his first malayalam movie)
  2. Surumayitta Kannukal
  3. Doore doore koodu koottam
  4. Sanmanassullavarkku Samadhanam (1986) (as Mamu) .... Ummer
  5. Nadodikkattu (1987) .... Gafoorka
  6. Irupatham Noottandu (1987)
  7. Sreedharante Onnam Thirumurivu (1987) .... Narayanan
  8. Ponmuttayidunna Tharavu
  9. Pattana Pravesham (1988) .... Gafoorka
  10. Dhwani (1988) .... Mamu
  11. August 1 (1988) .... Abubakker
  12. Varavelppu (1989) .... Hamsa
  13. Ramji Rao Speaking (1989) .... Hamsakoya
  14. Peruvannapurathe Visheshangal (1989) .... P. C. Peruvannapuram
  15. News (1989) .... Paramasivam
  16. Mazhavil Kavadi (1989) .... Kunji Khadir
  17. Kireedam (1989)
  18. Ardham (1989) .... Kunjikannan
  19. Thooval Sparsam (1990)
  20. Thalayanamanthram (1990) .... Kunjananthan
  21. Sasneham (1990) .... Appukuttan
  22. Saandhram (1990)
  23. Randam Varavu (1990) .... Damu
  24. Rajavazhcha (1990) .... Mohammadkutty
  25. Orukkam (1990) .... Paramu
  26. Nagarangalil Chennu Raparkam (1990)
  27. Kouthuka Varthakal (1990) .... Ahmad Kutty
  28. His Highness Abdullah (1990) .... Jamal
  29. Dr. Pasupathy (1990) .... Velayudhan Kutty
  30. Kalikkalam (1990) .... Unni Nair
  31. Anantha Vruthantham (1990) .... Thanoor Thaha
  32. Venal Kinavukal (1991) .... Ramu
  33. Sandesham (1991) .... K. G. Pothuwal
  34. Parallel College (1991) .... Rasheed
  35. Kankettu (1991)
  36. Kadinjool Kalyanam (1991) .... Koya
  37. Ennathe Programme (1991) .... Moosa
  38. Cheppu Kilukkunna Changathi (1991) .... Khadir
  39. Chanchattam (1991) .... Hotel Attandant
  40. Aakasha Kottayile Sultan (1991) .... Cleitus
  41. Kanalkkattu (1991)
  42. Utsava Melam (1992)
  43. Oru Kochu Bhoomikulukkam (1992)
  44. My Dear Muthachan (1992) .... Punnoose
  45. Manyanmaar (1992)
  46. Ezhara Ponnana (1992) .... Aimutty Koya
  47. Ellarum Chollanu (1992)
  48. Congratulations Miss Anitha Menon (1992)
  49. Adharam (1992) .... Kunjappu
  50. Aayushkalam (1992) .... Varghese
  51. Sthalathe Pradhana Payyans (1993) .... Kumaran
  52. Kulapathy (1993)
  53. Bhagyavan (1993) .... Unni Kurup
  54. Ammayana Sathyam (1993) .... Mujeeb Rahman
  55. Aagneyam (1993) .... Mukkathu Moosa
  56. Vadhu Doctoranu (1994) .... Charlie
  57. Pakshe (1994) .... Nanappan
  58. Cabinet (1994)
  59. Bheesmacharya (1994) .... P. K. Arogyaswami
  60. Vrudhanmare Sookshikkuka (1995) .... Home Minister
  61. Sadaram (1995) .... Veerappan (Kunjalu)
  62. Mangalam Veettil Manaseswari Gupta (1995) .... Karipoor Koya
  63. Karma (1995)
  64. Thooval Kottaram (1996) .... Moytheen Hajiyar
  65. Madamma (1996) .... Vasu
  66. Oral Mathram (1997) .... Kunjalikutty
  67. Manthramothiram (1997) .... Abdukka
  68. Kalyana Uniikal (1997) .... Al Khobar Anthruman
  69. Kadhanayakan (1997) .... Beerankutty
  70. Chandralekha (1997)
  71. Oro Viliyum Kathorthu (1998) .... Kunjunni Nair
  72. Mayajalam (1998) .... Moosa
  73. Chinthavishtayaya Shyamala (1998) .... Usman
  74. Veendum Chila Veettukaryangal (1999) .... Kunjoonju
  75. Panchapandavar (1999) .... Gafoorka
  76. Megham (1999)
  77. Deepasthambham Mahascharyam (1999) .... Saithali
  78. Korappan the Great (2001)
  79. Sharja To Sharja (2001) .... Velayudhan
  80. Narendran Makan Jayakanthan Vaka (2001) .... Nambeeshan
  81. Kasillatheyum Jeevikkam (2002)
  82. Bamboo Boys (2002) .... Harithakumari's Father
  83. Mullavalliyum Thenmavum (2003) .... Postman
  84. Choonda (2003) .... Vijayan
  85. Thilakkam (2003) .... Pathrose
  86. Padam Onnu Oru Vilapam (2003) .... Hassan Moythu
  87. Pattalam (2003) .... Hamsa
  88. Ammakilikkoodu (2003) .... Pareekutty
  89. Pattanathil Sundaran (2003) .... Kanaran
  90. Manassinakkare (2003) .... Kunji Khadir
  91. Vettam (2004)
  92. Freedom (2004)
  93. Perumazhakkalam (2004) .... Abdu
  94. Bharathchandran I.P.S (2005) .... Kunjeeswaran Pillai
  95. Boy Friend (2005)
  96. Vargam (2006)
  97. Rasathanthram (2006) .... Kunjoonju
  98. Photographer (2006)
  99. Kaiyoppu (2007)
  100. Mayavi (2007) .... Koya
  101. Vinodayathra (2007)
  102. Aakasham (2007)
  103. Twenty Twenty

References

  1. ^ http://www.goal.com/en-india/news/1473/viva-kerala/2009/02/24/1124907/football-more-popular-in-kerala-than-in-bengal-viva-coach

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