Crazy Mohan

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"Crazy" Mohan
Born (1949-10-16) 16 October 1949 (age 64)
Occupation Comedy actor
Playwright
Screenwriter

"Crazy" Mohan (Tamil: க்ரேசி மோகன், born 16 October 1949 as Mohan Rangachari) is a popular Tamil comedy actor, script writer and playwright.[1]

He was a student at the College of Engineering, Guindy, where he graduated as a Mechanical Engineer in 1973.[citation needed] He wrote his first drama at College of Engineering, Guindy, when he was in the 4th year in 1972. His guide was his classmate S. Ravi, who was the President of Tamil Manram. He founded the popular drama troupe 'Crazy Creations' in 1973 and was its leader and president. Under Mohan, the Crazy Creations performed over 5000 plays across Tamil Nadu, most of the themes involving satire and witty dialogue.

In addition to dramas and teleserials, he has also written number of comedy films, like Michael Madana Kama Rajan, Apoorva Sagodharargal, Avvai Shanmughi and Panchathanthiram. He has played a small role in each of these films, and he has acted or written dialogue for over 70 films including Arunachalam (starring Rajnikanth).

His brother Maadhu Balaji plays the hero in all his dramas.

His first play was Crazy Thieves in Paalavakkam, through this play the title Crazy fitted and he is called as Crazy Mohan.[2]

Stage dramas[edit]

Some of his popular Tamil dramas as a dialogue writer and actor are listed below.

  • Maadhu +2
  • Maadhu-Cheenu
  • Jurassic Baby
  • Marriage Made in Saloon
  • Meesai Aanaalum Manaivi
  • Alaavudeenum 100 Watts Bulbum
  • Crazy Kishkintha
  • Return of Crazy Thieves
  • Oru Babiyin Diary Kurippu
  • Maadhu Mirandal
  • Madhil Mel Maadhu
  • Chocolate Krishna
  • Satellite Saamiyaar
  • Crazy Thieves in Paalavaakkam
  • Oru Sontha Veedu Vaadagai Veedagirathu
  • Ayya Amma Ammamma
  • Google Gadothgajan (Upcoming Drama)

Filmography[edit]

As a script and dialogue writer[edit]

As an actor[edit]

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