Birth name Muhammad Kutty Ismail Paniparambil NationalityInde Birth 7 september 1951 (67 years) at Chempu (Inde) Awards Padma Shri, National Film Award for Best Actor, Filmfare Awards South
Mammootty (born Muhammad Kutty Ismail Paniparambil on 7 September 1951), is an Indian film actor and producer who has mainly worked in Malayalam cinema. He has also acted in Tamil, Hindi, Telugu, and Kannada films.
He has been awarded the National Film Award for Best Actor three times. He has also won five Kerala State Film Awards for best actor and twelve Filmfare Awards South. In 1998, he was awarded the Padma Shri for his contributions towards the arts. He was also received honorary doctorate from the University of Kerala in January 2010 and by the University of Calicut in December 2010.
Mammootty is the chairman of Malayalam Communications, which runs the Malayalam television channels Kairali TV, People TV and WE TV. He is also the goodwill ambassador of the Akshaya project. He is the patron of the Pain and Palliative Care Society, a charitable organisation in Kerala formed with the aim of improving the quality of life among patients with advanced cancer. He has been working with the Pain and Palliative Care Centre situated in Kozhikode, India.
, 1h58 GenresThriller ActorsMammootty, Nyla Usha, Unni Mukundan, Siddique, Andrea Jeremiah, Padmaraj Ratheesh Roles Vijay Rating59% The movie starts off with Narendan Achari(Salim Kumar) at a shop with his daughter who has been treated with brain tumour. He is distracted for some time during which his daughter goes missing. In a frenzy he rushes to the nearest police station but is frustrated at their lack of efforts at finding her. Later he is seen driving away in his car and causing an accident involving a petroleum tanker. There are casualties and the police and the fire force arrive and try to contain the situation. However, the tanker springs a leak and a police officer inadvertly causes an explosion despite Asams' best efforts to thwart this. Asams is wounded in the ensuing explosion destroying his lower body. Fire man Vijay(Mammooty) appears heroically to the scene and takes over the reins of the disaster avertment plans that Colin Francis had been heading previously. Vijay and the police force clashes as to what action plan to take. In the ensuing fight Vijay is given full reins of the project and a humiliated Colin chooses to depart from the scene with his long time girlfriend Jyo. As the film progresses it is found that this had all been the master project of a man identified only as Kanjan to break someone out of the central jail. However the force is left with no option but to vacate the jail which is when Kanjan has decided to break the prisoner. Vijay locks himself in the jail in order to find out who the wannabe free prisoner is and finds the culprit successfully thwarting a major disaster.
GenresDrama ActorsMammootty, Raai Laxmi, Siddique, Joju George, Mukesh Khanna, Lena Roles Shekharan Kutty Rating46% The film is the story is about Shekarankutty (Mammootty) was leading a happy family life with his wife (Raai Laxmi) and his daughter. In his past, Shekharankutty had led a very brutal life and was the notorious don Rajashekhar.
, 1h55 GenresDrama, Thriller ActorsMammootty, Aparna Gopinath, Nedumudi Venu, Prithviraj Sukumaran, Joy Mathew, Pratap K. Pothen Roles C.K. Raghavan Rating77% Anjali Arakkal,a freelance journalist,while interacting with a retiring jail superintendent (Nedumudi Venu) meets C R Raghavan (Mammootty) who even after completing his 20 year term in jail still prefers to continue there.She had came to write the officer’s autobiography,but instead finds Raghavan’s life an interesting one.Becoming a mystery for Anjali,Raghavan was tried for killing his wife and the daughter of his employee,But claims of his innocence every now and then.
, 2h18 Directed byRanjith Sankar GenresDrama ActorsMammootty, Asha Sarath, T. G. Ravi, Mamta Mohandas, Govind Padmasoorya, Sunil Sukhada Roles P.K. Venugopal/Venu Rating68% The film narrates the story of Venu (Mammootty) who is an affluent finance company owner but at the same time very much uses the usual croony tactics finance companies use to build their business. His world is limited to only his son and wife. Like any father he imposes his dreams and aspirations on his son without realizing the affect it is having on him.
Directed byLal Jose GenresDrama ActorsMammootty, Salim Kumar, Fahadh shanu, Sukumari, Aparna Nair, Reenu Mathews Roles Immanuel Rating66% The film follows the character of Immanuel who works in a book publishing firm. When the company is closed down due to unexpected reasons, Immanuel and his family find it difficult to make both ends meet. He then gets a job in a private insurance company, where he finds it very hard to meet targets set by his manager. The movie gives an unvarnished portrayal of the ruthless ways in which private insurance companies work, with scant regard for humanity. Clients are repeatedly denied their claims on flimsy grounds while the company makes profit. The hardships and harsh realities he faces forces him to see himself and his life in a new perspective that is often outside his personal comfort zone
, 2h40 Directed byKanal Kannan GenresComedy, Action ActorsMammootty, Dileep, Narain, Karthika Nair, Rima Kallingal, Baburaj Roles Raja Raja Kammath Rating36% Kammath and Kammath is a duo in the hotel business. It includes Raja Raja Kammath (Mammootty) and Deva Raja Kammath (Dileep). Sulaiman sahib (Rizabawa) is their rival. He runs a non-vegetarian hotel that is opposite a now defunct Brahmin vegetarian hotel. He has a target of acquiring this hotel's land.
Directed bySalim Ahamed GenresDrama ActorsMammootty, Nyla Usha, Salim Kumar, Balachandra Menon, Esther Anil, Siddique Roles Kunjananthan Rating57% The story of Kunjananthante Kada is set in a village around the Mattannur-Iritty area of Kannur, Kerala. Kunjananthan (Mammootty) manages a provision store the village. Resigned to an unhappy marriage, it is this shop that is at the centre of his existence. The owner of the building pleads with him to vacate the shop so he may settle his debts, but Kunjananthan does not relent. Eviction, however, seems unavoidable when the government tries to acquire land for a road development project. Kunjanthan's travails to retain the shop form the second-half of the film.