Mohan Sharma

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Mohan Sharma
Occupation
  • Actor
  • producer
  • director
  • screenwriter
Years active1971 – present
Spouse(s)
Lakshmi
(m. 1975; div. 1980)

Shanthi (m. 1982)

Mohan Sharma is an Indian film and television actor, film producer, director and screenwriter, who works in South Indian films. He has produced more than 15 films in Malayalam, Telugu, Tamil and Kannada. He became noted through his role in Chattakari (1974).

Background[edit]

Mohan Sharma was born in Thathamangalam in Palakkad district, Kerala. His education was completed at Thathamangalam and Chitoor of Palaghat. Afterwards, he joined the Film and Television Institute of India, Pune and graduated in the acting course. He was the first South Indian to get that qualification in acting from the institute. He served three times as National Film Jury member and once as Indian Panorama Jury member. He fell in love with co-star Lakshmi on the sets of Chattakari and married her in 1975 but it ended in divorce in 1980. Later he married Shanthi in 1982.

Awards[edit]

Kerala State Film Awards[edit]

Tamil Nadu State Film Awards[edit]

Filmography[edit]

As an Actor[edit]

Malayalam[edit]

  • Mamangam (2019)... Zamorin
  • Red Rain (2013)
  • Mayamohini (2012)... Rajkumar Patala
  • Gramam (2012)...Mani Swami
  • Kalabham (2006)
  • Chithariyavar (2005)
  • Basket (2002)
  • Kuberan (2002)
  • Dada Sahib (2000)
  • Agniyaanu Njaan Agni (1986)
  • Kaanthavalayam (1980)
  • Pratheeksha (1979)
  • Kaayalum Kayarum (1979)
  • Mathalasa (1979)
  • Vyaamoham (1978)
  • Agninakshathram (1977)
  • Snehayamuna (1977)
  • Saritha (1977)
  • Sreemad Bhagavadgeetha (1977)
  • Priyamvada (1976)
  • Paalkkadal (1976)
  • Njavalppazhangal (1976)
  • Surveykkallu (1976)
  • Muthu (1976)
  • Missi (1976)
  • Udyaanalakshmi (1976)
  • Theekkanal (1976)
  • Chuvanna Sandhyakal (1975)
  • Thomasleeha (1975)
  • Chalanam (1975)
  • Prayanam (1975)
  • Raagam (1975)
  • Jeevikkaan Marannu Poya Sthree (1974)
  • Chattakari (1974)
  • Ashwathi (1974)
  • Nellu (1974)
  • Brahmachaari (1972)
  • Panimudakku (1972) .... Venu

Tamil[edit]

Hindi[edit]

Telugu[edit]

Kannada[edit]

  • Sedina Hakki
  • Ibani Karagithu

Direction[edit]

  • Gramam (Malayalam) 2012
  • Namma Gramam (Tamil) 2012

Production[edit]

  • Ivide Thudangunnu (1984)
  • Bandham (1983)

Screenplay[edit]

  • Graamam (2012)

Story[edit]

  • Graamam (2012)
  • Bandham (1983)

Dialogue[edit]

  • Graamam (2012)

As a playback singer[edit]

  • "Munnil Njaaninmel" ... Bandham 1983
  • "Janichappozhe" ... Bandham 1983
  • "Ennomal sodarikku" ... Ivide Thudangunnu 1984
  • "Thaanaaro thannaaro" ... Ivide Thudangunnu 1984
  • "Etho swapnam pole" ... Ivide Thudangunnu 1984
  • "Neeyente jeevanaanomale" ... Ivide Thudangunnu 1984

Television[edit]

Serial Year Role Channel Language Notes
Raja rajeshwari 2005 mathiravathi Sun TV Tamil special appearance
Appa 2003–2004 Bommi Appan (Appa) Lead role
Kolangal 2003–2009 Eshwaramoorthy
Varam 2006 DD Malayalam Malayalam
Velutha Kathrina 2006–2007 Kairali TV
Lucky 2006–2009 Gyan Prakash Sharma Star Plus Hindi
Daya 2007 Major Kairali TV Malayalam
Arasi 2007–2009 Satish Sun TV Tamil
Lakshmi 2006–2008
Mudhanai Mudichu 2010–2012 Annamalai
Sree Padmanabham 2013–2014 Thiruvithamkoor Raja Amrita TV Malayalam
Sakthi 2014–2015 Rajagopal Sun TV Tamil
Vani Rani 2015 Vishwanathan
Celebrity Kitchen 2015 Guest Puthuyugam TV With Anuradha Krishnamoorthy
Mahalakshmi 2017–2018 Vishwanathan Sun TV
Maya 2018 Minister Thangapaandi

References[edit]

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