Mohanlal filmography

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Mohanlal wearing a black T-shirt looking sideways with his hands crossed and a small smile in his face
Mohanlal in 2015

Mohanlal is an Indian actor, producer, and singer who has starred in both blockbuster and art house films.[1] During his career, he has appeared in more than 340 feature films, primarily in Malayalam cinema but also in other languages including Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, and Kannada.[2] In 1978, when he was 18, he started acting with a minor comedic role in the unreleased film Thiranottam, before making screen debut in 1980 as antagonist in the romance film Manjil Virinja Pookkal.[3] His portrayal of Narendran, a sadistic husband, received recognition and the film developed a cult status in Malayalam cinema.[4][5] Subsequently, Mohanlal was cast as the antagonist in many films. His first positive role was in Padayottam (1982), the first 70 mm film in Malayalam.[4] In 1984 he starred in Poochakkoru Mookkuthi, a comedy film whose success triggered a trend and popularised the genre in the 1980s.[6][7] In an early critically acclaimed performance, Mohanlal played an antihero in the I. V. Sasi-directed thriller Uyarangalil (1984).[8] In the same year, he co-founded Casino Films,[a] a motion picture production company which later produced his popular comedies Gandhinagar 2nd Street (1986) and Nadodikkattu (1987).[9]

As a playback singer, Mohanlal contributed his first song "Sindhoora Megham" to Onnanam Kunnil Oradi Kunnil (1985).[6] In 1986, he established a career record by starring in 34 films in one year.[2] Also in 1986, he became the youngest winner for Kerala State Film Award for Best Actor at age 26 for the comedy drama T. P. Balagopalan M.A.,[6] a record he held until 2006.[10] The same year he co-founded Cheers Films, a second production company.[b] The Indian media named Mohanlal a "superstar" after the success of the crime drama Rajavinte Makan (1986).[12] In Irupatham Noottandu (1987), he portrayed mobster Sagar Alias Jacky — which became a cult figure in crime dramas ever since its release.[13] His tragicomedy Chithram (1988) ran continuously for 58 weeks in one theatre, a record still unbroken in Malayalam cinema.[14] In 1989, his performance in Kireedam earned him a Special Jury Mention at the 37th National Film Awards.[15]

In 1990, Mohanlal founded his own film production company, Pranavam Arts.[6] Its debut, musical thriller His Highness Abdullah, garnered critical acclaim and became the year's highest-grossing film.[16] His second production, Bharatham (1991), earned him the National Film Award for Best Actor and Forbes India included it on its list of "25 Greatest Acting Performances in Indian Cinema".[17] His spiritual fantasy, Guru (1997), was the first Malayalam film submitted by India for the American Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film.[18] In 1997, he received critical praise for his first leading role in a non-Malayalam film—the Mani Ratnam-directed Tamil film Iruvar.[19] Vanaprastham, which was screened at the Un Certain Regard section in the 1999 Cannes Film Festival, earned him the National Film Awards for Best Actor and Best Film (Producer).[14][20]

In 2000, Mohanlal's action drama, Narasimham, became the highest-grossing Malayalam film at the time. His character Induchoodan has since attracted a cult following.[21] In 2001, he portrayed Karna in his theatrical debut, Karnabharam, directed by Kavalam Narayana Panicker.[22] In 2003, he earned an International Indian Film Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for his role in the Bollywood film Company.[23] In 2005, he starred in the Bejoy Nambiar-directed short silent film Reflections.[24] His critically acclaimed portrayal of an Alzhiemers patient in Thanmathra (2005) earned him an honorary award from the Indian Medical Association.[25] The Indian Territorial Army bestowed him with the honorary rank of lieutenant colonel for his performance as Major Mahadevan in the war film Keerthi Chakra (2006) and its sequel Kurukshetra (2008).[26] In 2008, he starred in Twenty:20, a landmark film which starred almost all actors in the guild of Malayalam film actors – AMMA.[27] Drishyam (2013), in which he portrayed an ordinary man, became the highest-grossing Malayalam film of all time.[28][29] In 2016, he acted in the title role in the action film Pulimurugan; it became the highest-grossing Malayalam film ever and is the first Malayalam film to gross over 150 crore at the box office.[30]

Films in Malayalam[edit]

Key
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Year Title Role Director Notes Ref.
1980 Manjil Virinja Pookkal Narendran Fazil [31]
1981 Sanchari Dr. Sekhar Boban Kunchacko [32]
1981 Thakilu Kottampuram Advocate Paul Balu Kiriyath [33]
1981 Dhanya Mohanlal Fazil [34]
1981 Dhruvasangamam Sankarankutty J. Sasikumar [35]
1981 Attimari Shan J. Sasikumar [36]
1981 Oothikachiya Ponnu Nandan P. K. Joseph [37]
1981 Thenum Vayambum Varma Ashok Kumar [38]
1981 Ahimsa Mohan I. V. Sasi [39]
1982 Madrasile Mon Mohanlal J. Sasikumar [40]
1982 Football Balakrishnan Radhakrishnan [41]
1982 Kelkkaatha Sabdham Babu Balachandra Menon [42]
1982 Padayottam Kannan Jijo [43]
1982 Enikkum Oru Divasam Babu Sreekumaran Thampi [44]
1982 Aakrosham Mohanachandran A. B. Raj [45]
1982 Enthino Pookunna Pookkal Surendran Gopinath Babu [46]
1982 Sindoora Sandhyakku Mounam Kishore I. V. Sasi [47]
1982 Ente Mohangal Poovaninju Jayan Bhadran [48]
1982 Njan Onnu Parayatte Shekharankutty K. A. Venugopal [49]
1982 Aa Divasam M. Mani [50]
1982 Kaliyamardanam Johny J. Williams [51]
1982 Sree Ayyappanum Vavarum Kadutha N. P. Suresh Cameo appearance [52]
1982 Kurukkante Kalyanam Sainaba's husband Sathyan Anthikad [53]
1983 Visa Sunny Balu Kiriyath [50]
1983 Hello Madras Girl Lal J. Williams [47]
1983 Ente Katha Ramesh P. K. Joseph [49]
1983 Bhookambam Raghu Joshiy [54]
1983 Guru Dakshina Minister Prabhakaran Baby [50]
1983 Naseema Saithali A. Sheriff [55]
1983 Kolakkomban Gopi J. Sasikumar [35]
1983 Kuyiline Thedi Thampuran Kutty M. Mani [56]
1983 Himavahini Pappy P. G. Vishwambaran [50]
1983 Arabikkadal J. Sasikumar [35]
1983 Sesham Kazhchayil Police Inspector Balachandra Menon [57]
1983 Marakkillorikkalum Murali Fazil [49]
1983 Sandhyakku Virinja Poovu Ramu P. G. Vishwambaran [58]
1983 Thaavalam Rajappan Thambi Kannanthanam [50]
1983 Aadhipathyam Mohan Sreekumaran Thampi [59]
1983 Chakravalam Chuvannappol Surendran J. Sasikumar [60]
1983 Engane Nee Marakkum Shambu M. Mani [49]
1983 Iniyengilum Ravi I. V. Sasi [61]
1983 Attakkalasam Santhosh Babu J. Sasikumar [62]
1983 Kattathe Kilikkoodu Unni Krishnan Bharathan [63]
1983 Asthram Das P. N. Menon [64]
1983 Changatham S. T. Daniel Bhadran [65]
1983 Oru Mukham Pala Mukham Sukumaran Thampi P. K. Joseph [65]
1983 Nanayam Babu I. V. Sasi [65]
1983 Ente Mamattikkuttiyammakku Alex Fazil [66]
1983 Pinnilavu Raghu P. G. Vishwambaran [67]
1984 Akkare Sudhakaran K. N. Sasidharan [68]
1984 Onnanu Nammal Nanda Gopal P. G. Vishwambaran [69]
1984 Swanthamevide Bandhamevide Rajendran J. Sasikumar [70]
1984 Vanitha Police Achuthan Alleppey Ashraf [71]
1984 Appunni Menon Mash Sathyan Anthikad [72]
1984 Athirathram Prasad I. V. Sasi [73]
1984 Unaru Ramu Mani Ratnam [74]
1984 Kaliyil Alpam Karyam Vinayan Sathyan Anthikad [50]
1984 Poochakkoru Mookkuthi Gopala Krishnan Priyadarshan [75]
1984 Pavam Poornima Annan Thampuran Balu Kiriyath [76]
1984 Lakshmana Rekha Sudhakaran Nair I. V. Sasi [50]
1984 Aalkkoottathil Thaniye Anil Kumar I. V. Sasi [77]
1984 Vetta Balan Mohanroop [78]
1984 Ivide Thudangunnu Krishna Kumar J. Sasikumar [35]
1984 Kurishuyudham Johny Baby [79]
1984 Manasariyathe Mammootty Soman Ambaat [80]
1984 Thirakal James George K. Vijayan [49]
1984 Kilikkonchal Ratheesh V. Ashok Kumar [50]
1984 Itha Innu Muthal Himself T. S. Suresh Babu Cameo appearance [81]
1984 Sreekrishna Parunthu Kumaran A. Vincent [82]
1984 Aduthaduthu Vishnu Mohan Sathyan Anthikad [83]
1984 Ariyaatha Veethikal Balan K. S. Sethumadhavan [50]
1984 Uyarangalil P. K. Jayarajan I. V. Sasi [8]
1984 Adiyozhukkukal Gopi I. V. Sasi Co-producer; Casino Films [65]
1984 Oru Kochu Swapnam Vipindas [84]
1985 Avidathepole Ivideyum Sukumaran K. S. Sethumadhavan [85]
1985 Nokketha Doorathu Kannum Nattu Sreekumar Fazil [86]
1985 Ormikkaan Omanikkaan Deva Kumar A. B. Raj [49]
1985 Aram + Aram = Kinnaram Narayanan Kutty Priyadarshan [87]
1985 Nayakan Krishnadas Balu Kiriyath [49]
1985 Njan Piranna Nattil Inspector Rajasekharan P. Chandrakumar [49]
1985 Onnanam Kunnil Oradi Kunnil Nithin Priyadarshan [88]
1985 Anubandham Bhaskaran I. V. Sasi [89]
1985 Mulamoottil Adima Adimakanne P. K. Joseph [50]
1985 Vasantha Sena Devan K. Vijayan [50]
1985 Guruji Oru Vakku Sudhakaran Nair Rajan Shankaradi [90]
1985 Parayanumvayya Parayathirikkanumvayya Current Hamsa Priyadarshan [91]
1985 Angadikkappurathu Babu I. V. Sasi [50]
1985 Koodum Thedi Peter Paul Babu [92]
1985 Jeevante Jeevan Jayan J. Williams [49]
1985 Adhyayam Onnu Muthal Vishnu Sathyan Anthikad [93]
1985 Azhiyatha Bandhangal Balakrishnan J. Sasikumar [94]
1985 Boeing Boeing Shyam Priyadarshan [95]
1985 Karimpinpoovinakkare Bhadran I. V. Sasi Co-producer; Casino Films [96]
1985 Uyarum Njan Nadake Darappan P. Chandrakumar [97]
1985 Idanilangal Balan I. V. Sasi [98]
1985 Pathamudayam Jayamohan, Vikraman J. Sasikumar [99]
1985 Rangam Appunni I. V. Sasi [100]
1985 Ezhu Muthal Onpathu Vare Anand J. Sasikumar [35]
1985 Kandu Kandarinju Krishnan Unni Sajan [101]
1986 Ninnishtam Ennishtam Srikumar Alleppey Ashraf [102]
1986 Pappan Priyappetta Pappan Inspector Devadas Sathyan Anthikad [103]
1986 Oppam Oppathinoppam Krishnan Kutty Soman Ambaat [49]
1986 Mazha Peyyunnu Maddalam Kottunnu Shambu Priyadarshan [104]
1986 Panchagni Rasheed Hariharan [105]
1986 Kariyilakkattupole Inspector Achuthankutty Padmarajan [106]
1986 Abhayam Thedi Appu I. V. Sasi [49]
1986 Vartha Parol Vasu I. V. Sasi [107]
1986 Geetham Jagadeesh Nair Sajan [65]
1986 Hello My Dear Wrong Number Venugopal Priyadarshan [108]
1986 Neram Pularumbol Godfree K. P. Kumaran [109]
1986 Iniyum Kurukshetrum Suresh Babu J. Sasikumar [35]
1986 Kaveri Balachandran Nair Rajeevnath [110]
1986 Mizhineerppoovukal Richard Kamal [111]
1986 Poomukhappadiyil Ninneyum Kathu Pauly Bhadran [65]
1986 Nimishangal Murali P. K. Abraham [49]
1986 Doore Doore Oru Koodu Koottam Diwakaran Sibi Malayil [112]
1986 Yuvajanotsavam Jayan Sreekumaran Thampi [113]
1986 Shobaraj Shobaraj, Dharmaraj J. Sasikumar [114]
1986 Onnu Muthal Poojyam Vare Telephone Uncle Raghunath Paleri [115]
1986 Ente Entethu Mathram Mr. Menon J. Sasikumar [35]
1986 Padayani Ramesh T. S. Mohan [116]
1986 Manasilloru Manimuthu Mohan J. Sasikumar [117]
1986 Sanmanassullavarkku Samadhanam Gopalakrishna Panicker Sathyan Anthikad [118]
1986 Adiverukal Balakrishnan P. Anil Co-producer; Cheers Films [119]
1986 Deshadanakkili Karayarilla Harishankar Padmarajan [120]
1986 Revathikkoru Pavakkutty Dr. Madhavankutty Sathyan Anthikad [121]
1986 Kunjattakkilikal Balakrishnan J. Sasikumar [35]
1986 T. P. Balagopalan M.A. Balagopalan Sathyan Anthikad [122]
1986 Gandhinagar 2nd Street Sethu / Ram Singh Sathyan Anthikad Co-producer; Casino Films [123]
1986 Rajavinte Makan Vincent Gomez Thambi Kannanthanam [124]
1986 Namukku Parkkan Munthirithoppukal Solomon Padmarajan [125]
1986 Sukhamo Devi Sunny Venu Nagavalli [126]
1986 Thalavattam Vinod Priyadarshan [127]
1987 January Oru Orma Raju Joshiy [128]
1987 Amrutham Gamaya Dr. P. K. Haridas Hariharan [129]
1987 Adimakal Udamakal Mohan Cheriyan I. V. Sasi [130]
1987 Sarvakalashala Lal Venu Nagavalli [131]
1987 Irupatham Noottandu Sagar Alias Jacky K. Madhu [132]
1987 Bhoomiyile Rajakkanmar Raja Mahindra Varma Thambi Kannanthanam [49]
1987 Unnikale Oru Kadha Parayam Aby Kamal Co-producer; Cheers Films [133]
1987 Thoovanathumbikal Mannarathodi Jayakrishnan Padmarajan [134]
1987 Kaiyethum Doorathu Vinod K. Ramachandran [135]
1987 Vazhiyorakkazhcakal Raghvan / Antony Isaac Thambi Kannanthanam [50]
1987 Cheppu Ramachandran Priyadarshan [136]
1987 Nadodikkattu Rama"Dasan" Sathyan Anthikad Co-producer; Casino Films [137]
1987 Mizhiyorangalil T. S. Dasan Cameo appearance [50]
1987 Ivide Ellavarkum Sugham Appu Jeassy [49]
1988 Mukunthetta Sumitra Vilikkunnu Mukundan K. Kartha Priyadarshan [138]
1988 Ayitham Sankaran Venu Nagavalli [139]
1988 Manu Uncle Himself Dennis Joseph Cameo appearance [140]
1988 Orkkappurathu Freddy Nicholas Kamal Co-producer; Cheers Films [141]
1988 Paadha Mudra Mathu Pandaram, Soap Kuttappan R. Sukumaran [142]
1988 Pattanapravesham C. I. D Ramdas Sathyan Anthikad [143]
1988 Anuragi Samu I. V. Sasi [144]
1988 Aryan Devanarayanan Priyadarshan Co-producer; Cheers Films [145]
1988 Moonnam Mura Ali Imran K. Madhu [146]
1988 Vellanakalude Nadu C. Pavithran "C. P." Nair Priyadarshan [147]
1988 Ulsavapittennu Aniyankuttan Bharath Gopi [148]
1988 Chithram Vishnu Priyadarshan [149]
1989 Lal Americayil Lal Sathyan Anthikad [150]
1989 Douthyam Capt. Roy Jacob Thomas P. Anil [151]
1989 Season Jeevan Padmarajan [152]
1989 Varavelpu Muralidharan Sathyan Anthikad [153]
1989 Naduvazhikal Arjun Joshiy [154]
1989 Peruvannapurathe Visheshangal Achutha Kurup Kamal Cameo appearance [155]
1989 Kireedam Sethumadhavan Sibi Malayil [156]
1989 Vandanam Unnikrishnan Priyadarshan [157]
1989 Adhipan Adv. Shyam Prakash K. Madhu [158]
1989 Dasharatham Rajiv Menon Sibi Malayil [159]
1990 Aye Auto Sudhi Venu Nagavalli [160]
1990 Akkare Akkare Akkare C. I. D Ramdas Priyadarshan [161]
1990 No.20 Madras Mail Tony Kurishingal Joshiy [162]
1990 His Highness Abdullah Abdullah / Anandhan Nampoothiri Sibi Malayil [163]
1990 Mukham Hariprasad Mohan [164]
1990 Kadathanadan Ambadi Kadathanadan Ambadi Priyadarshan [165]
1990 Thazhvaram Balan Bharathan [166]
1990 Arhatha Devaraaj I. V. Sasi [167]
1990 Indrajaalam Kannan Nair Thambi Kannanthanam [168]
1990 Appu Appu Dennis Joseph [169]
1990 Lal Salam Nettoor Stephan Venu Nagavalli [170]
1991 Dhanam Sivashankaran Sibi Malayil [171]
1991 Bharatham Kalloor Gopinathan Sibi Malayil [172]
1991 Vasthuhara Venugopal G. Aravindan [173]
1991 Vishnulokam Shanku Kamal [174]
1991 Uncle Bun Charlie Chacko Bhadran [175]
1991 Kilukkam Joji Priyadarshan [176]
1991 Ulladakkam Dr. Sunny Kamal [177]
1991 Kizhakkunarum Pakshi Ananth Moorthy Venu Nagavalli [51]
1991 Abhimanyu Hari Krishnan Priyadarshan [178]
1992 Sadayam Sathyanadhan Sibi Malayil [179]
1992 Kamaladalam Nandagopan Sibi Malayil [180]
1992 Aham Sidharthan Rajeevnath [181]
1992 Rajashilpi Shambhu R. Sukumaran [142]
1992 Yoddha Thaiparambil Ashokan Sangeeth Sivan [182]
1992 Adhwaytham Sivaprasad Priyadarshan [183]
1992 Soorya Gayathri Dr. Balasubramaniam P. Anil [184]
1992 Naadody Sachidanandan, Balakrishnan Bhagavathar Thambi Kannanthanam [185]
1992 Vietnam Colony G. Krishnamurthy Siddique-Lal [186]
1993 Mithunam Sedhumadhavan Priyadarshan [187]
1993 Devaasuram Mangalassery Neelakandan I. V. Sasi [188]
1993 Butterflies Prince Rajiv Anchal [189]
1993 Maya Mayooram Krishnan Unni, Narendran Sibi Malayil [190]
1993 Gandharvam Samuel Alexander Sangeeth Sivan [191]
1993 Chenkol Sedhumadhavan Sibi Malayil [192]
1993 Kalippattam Venu Venu Nagavally [193]
1993 Manichithrathazhu Dr. Sunny Joseph Fazil [194]
1994 Pavithram Unnikrishnan T. K. Rajeev Kumar [195]
1994 Thenmavin Kombath Manikyan Priyadarshan [196]
1994 Pingami Captain Vijay Menon Sathyan Anthikad [197]
1994 Pakshe Balachandran Mohan [198]
1994 Minnaram Boby Priyadarshan [199]
1995 Nirnayam Dr. Roy Alex Sangeeth Sivan [200]
1995 Sphadikam Thomas "Aadu Thoma" Chacko Bhadran [201]
1995 Thacholi Varghese Chekavar Thacholi Varghese Chekavar T. K. Rajeev Kumar [202]
1995 Manthrikam Stephen Ronald / Alby Romeo Higuitta Thambi Kannanthanam [203]
1995 Agnidevan Aniyankuttan / Ravi Varma Venu Nagavalli [204]
1996 Kalapani Dr. Govardhan Priyadarshan [205]
1996 The Prince Jeeva Suresh Krishna [206]
1997 Varnapakittu Sunny Palamattom I. V. Sasi [207]
1997 Oru Yathramozhi Govindankutty Prathap Pothan [208]
1997 Chandralekha Appukuttan / Alfy Priyadarshan [209]
1997 Guru Reghuraman Rajiv Anchal India's submission to the Oscars [210]
1997 Aaraam Thampuran Jagannadhan Shaji Kailas [211]
1998 Kanmadam Vishwanathan Lohithadas [212]
1998 Harikrishnans Adv. Krishnan Fazil [213]
1998 Rakthasakshikal Sindabad Siva Subrahmanya Iyyer Venu Nagavalli [214]
1998 Ayal Kadha Ezhuthukayanu Sagar Kottappuram / Vidyasagar Kamal [215]
1998 Summer in Bethlahem Niranjan Sibi Malayil Cameo appearance [216]
1999 Ustaad Parameswaran / Ustaad Sibi Malayil [217]
1999 Olympiyan Anthony Adam Chakkummoottil Varghese Antony Bhadran [218]
1999 Vanaprastham Kunjikuttan Shaji N. Karun [219]
2000 Narasimham Poovalli Indrachoodan Shaji Kailas [220]
2000 Life is Beautiful Vinaya Chandran Fazil [221]
2000 Sraddha Gangaprasad IPS I. V. Sasi [222]
2000 Devadoothan Vishal Krishnamoorthy Sibi Malayil [222]
2001 Kakkakuyil Sivaraman Priyadarshan [223]
2001 Ravanaprabhu Mangalassery Neelakandan, Karthikeyan Ranjith [224]
2001 Praja Zakir Ali Hussain Joshiy [225]
2001 Unnathangalil Rakshakan Jomon Cameo appearance [226]
2001 Achaneyanenikkishtam Mahadevan Suresh Krishna Cameo appearance [227]
2002 Onnaman Ravishankar Thambi Kannanthanam [228]
2002 Thandavam Kashinathan Shaji Kailas [229]
2002 Chathurangam Aatiprackal Jimmy Jacob K. Madhu [230]
2003 Mr. Brahmachari Ananthan Thampi Thulasidas [231]
2003 Kilichundan Mampazham Abdul Khader Priyadarshan [232]
2003 Balettan Athaniparambil Balachandran V. M. Vinu [233]
2003 Hariharan Pillai Happy Aanu Hariharan Pillai Viswanathan [234]
2003 Thiranottam Kuttappan Ashokkumar [3]
[25]
2004 Vamanapuram Bus Route Lever Johny Sonu Shishupal [235]
2004 Vismayathumbathu Sreekumar Fazil [236]
2004 Wanted Narayana Swamy Murali Nagavally Extended cameo [237]
2004 Natturajavu Pulikkattil Charlie Shaji Kailas [238]
2004 Mampazhakkalam Puramanayil Chandran Joshiy [239]
2005 Udayananu Tharam Udayabhanu Rosshan Andrrews [240]
2005 Chandrolsavam Chirakkal Sreehari Ranjith [241]
2005 Udayon Shooranad Pappoyi, Shooranad Kunju Bhadran [242]
2005 Naran Mullankolli Velayudhan Joshiy [243]
2005 Thanmathra Rameshan Nair Blessy [244]
2006 Kilukkam Kilukilukkam Joji Sandhya Mohan Cameo appearance [245]
2006 Rasathanthram Premachandran Sathyan Anthikad [246]
2006 Vadakkumnathan Iringannoor Bharatha Pisharadi Shajoon Kariyal [247]
2006 Keerthi Chakra Major Mahadevan Major Ravi [248]
2006 Mahasamudram Isahak Dr. S. Janardhanan [249]
2006 Photographer Dijo John, Joy John Ranjan Pramod [250]
2006 Baba Kalyani Baba Kalyani Shaji Kailas [251]
2007 Chotta Mumbai Vasco da "Thala" Gama Anwar Rasheed [252]
2007 Hallo Sivaraman Rafi Mecartin [253]
2007 Alibhai Anwar "Ali Bhai" Ali Shaji Kailas [254]
2007 Paradesi Valiyakathu Moosa P. T. Kunju Muhammed [255]
2007 Rock N' Roll Chandramouli Ranjith [256]
2007 Flash Dr. Midhun Madhav Sibi Malayil [257]
2008 College Kumaran Captain Sree Kumar Thulasidas [258]
2008 Innathe Chintha Vishayam Gopakumar "G. K." Sathyan Anthikad [259]
2008 Mizhikal Sakshi Prof. Saeed Ahmed Ashok R. Nath Extended cameo [260]
2008 Madampi Putthanpurakkal Gopalakrishna Pillai B. Unnikrishnan [261]
2008 Aakasha Gopuram Albert Samson K. P. Kumaran [262]
2008 Kurukshetra Colonel Mahadevan Major Ravi [263]
2008 Twenty:20 Devaraja Prathapa Varma Joshiy [264]
2008 Pakal Nakshatrangal Sidharthan Rajeevnath [265]
2009 Red Chillies Oyyarathu Madathil "O. M. R" Ramanathan Shaji Kailas [266]
2009 Sagar Alias Jacky Reloaded Sagar Alias Jacky Amal Neerad [267]
2009 Bhagavan Dr. Balagopalan Prasanth Mampully Film shot in 12 hours [268]
2009 Bhramaram Sivankutty Blessy [269]
2009 Angel John Angel John S. L. Puram Jayasurya [270]
2009 Evidam Swargamanu Mathews Jeremias Rosshan Andrrews [271]
2010 Janakan Adv. Surya Narayanan N. R. Sanjeev [272]
2010 Alexander the Great Alexander Varma Murali Nagavally [273]
2010 Oru Naal Varum Kulappulli Sukumaran / DYSP Nandhakumar T. K. Rajeev Kumar [274]
2010 Shikkar Balaraman M. Padmakumar [275]
2010 Kandahar Major Mahadevan Major Ravi [276]
2011 Christian Brothers Christy Varghese Mappila Joshiy [277]
2011 China Town Mathukutty Rafi Mecartin [278]
2011 Pranayam Mathews Blessy [279]
2011 Snehaveedu Ajayan Sathyan Anthikad [280]
2011 Oru Marubhoomikkadha P. Madhavan Nair Priyadarshan [281]
2012 Casanovva Casanovva Rosshan Andrrews [282]
2012 Grandmaster Chandrasekhar B. Unnikrishnan [283]
2012 Spirit Raghu Nandan Ranjith [284]
2012 Run Baby Run Venu Joshiy [285]
2012 Karmayodha Madhava "Mad Maddy" Menon Major Ravi [286]
2013 Lokpal Nandagopal / Lokpal Joshiy [287]
2013 Red Wine A. C. P Ratheesh Vasudevan Salam Bappu [288]
2013 Ladies and Gentleman Chandrabose Siddique [289]
2013 Kadal Kadannu Oru Maathukutty Himself Ranjith Cameo appearance [290]
2013 Geethaanjali Dr. Sunny Joseph Priyadarshan [291]
2013 Drishyam Georgekutty Jeethu Joseph [292]
2014 Mr. Fraud Bhai Ji B. Unnikrishnan [293]
2014 Koothara Usthad Saali Srinath Rajendran Extended cameo [294]
2014 Peruchazhi Jagannathan Arun Vaidyanathan [295]
2015 Rasam Himself Rajeevnath Cameo appearance [296]
2015 Ennum Eppozhum Vineeth N. Pillai Sathyan Anthikad [297]
2015 Lailaa O Lailaa Jai Mohan Joshiy [298]
2015 Loham Rajeev "Raju" Sathyamoorthy Ranjith [299]
2015 Kanal John David M. Padmakumar [300]
2015 My Hero Mythri Mahadeva Menon B. M. Giriraj Bilingual film
2016 Vismayam Sairam Chandra Sekhar Yeleti Bilingual film [301]
2016 Oppam Jayaraman Priyadarshan [302]
2016 Pulimurugan Murugan Vysakh [303]
2017 Munthirivallikal Thalirkkumbol Ulahannan "Unnachan" Jibu Jacob [304]
2017 1971: Beyond Borders Col. Mahadevan/Major Sahadevan Major Ravi [305]
2017 Velipadinte Pusthakam Michael Idicula Lal Jose [306]
2017 Villain Mathew Manjooran B. Unnikrishnan [307]
2018 Aadhi Himself Jeethu Joseph Cameo appearance
2018 Neerali Sunny George Ajoy Varma
2018 Odiyan Films that have not yet been released Odiyan Manickyan V. A. Shrikumar Menon Post-production
2018 Kayamkulam Kochunni Films that have not yet been released Ithikkara Pakki Rosshan Andrrews Extended Cameo Appearance [308]
2018 Drama Films that have not yet been released TBA Ranjith Post-production [309]

Films in other languages[edit]

Key
Films that have not yet been released Denotes films that have not yet been released
Year Title Role Director Language Notes Ref.
1991 Gopura Vasalile Accordionist Priyadarshan Tamil Cameo appearance in song "Keladi En Paavayae" [310]
1994 Gandeevam N/A Priyadarshan Telugu Cameo appearance in song "Goruvanka Valagane" [311]
1997 Iruvar Anandan Mani Ratnam Tamil [312]
2002 Company Srinivasan Ram Gopal Varma Hindi [313]
2003 Pop Corn Vikraman Nassar Tamil [314]
2004 Love Mohan Nair Rajendra Singh Babu Kannada Cameo appearance [315]
2007 Aag Narasimha Ram Gopal Varma Hindi [316]
2009 Unnaipol Oruvan Raghavan Maraar Chakri Toleti Tamil [317]
2012 Tezz Shivan Menon Priyadarshan Hindi Cameo appearance [318]
2014 Jilla Shivan R. T. Neason Tamil [319]
2015 Mythri Mahadev Godke B. M. Giriraj Kannada Cameo appearance [320]
2016 Manamantha Sai Rao Chandra Sekhar Yeleti Telugu [321]
2016 Janatha Garage Sathyam Koratala Siva Telugu [322]
2019 Suriya 37 TBA K V Anand Tamil , Telugu Filming

Short films[edit]

Year Title Role Director Notes Ref.
2005 Reflections N/A Bejoy Nambiar Silent film [323]
2010 Wilson Periera All characters (voice) Dhaneesh Jameson Animation film [324]
2015 Punchirikku Parasparam Himself Hari P. Nair Cameo appearance [325]
2016 Lodal Loda Lodalu Himself Aneesh Anwar Cameo appearance [326]
2017 Amar Jawan Amar Bharath Himself Vishnu Mohan Cameo Appearance
2017 Happy New Year Himself T. R. Ratheesh Cameo appearance [327]

Narrator[edit]

Year Title Director Notes Ref.
1991 Vasthuhara G. Aravindan Also actor [328]
2008 Swarnam Venugopan [329]
2009 Kerala Varma Pazhassi Raja Hariharan [330]
2012 The Hit List Bala [331]
2012 Namukku Parkkan Aji John [332]
2014 Aamayum Muyalum Priyadarshan [333]
2015 Picket 43 Major Ravi [334]
2017 C/O Saira Banu Anthony Soni Voice role: Peter George
2017 Tiyaan Jiyen Krishnakumar
2017 Aakashamittayi P. Samudrakani

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Network Notes Ref.
2017–2018 Lal Salam Host Amrita TV Talk show; co-hosted with Meera Nandan
2018-Upcoming Bigg Boss Malayalam Host Asianet reality show

Theatre[edit]

Year Play Role Language Director Premiere Ref.
2001 Karnabharam Karna Sanskrit Kavalam Narayana Panicker Siri Fort Auditorium, New Delhi [335]
2003 Kadhayattam 10 characters[c] Malayalam T. K. Rajeev Kumar Senete Hall, University of Kerala [337]
2008 Chayamukhi Bhima Malayalam Prashanth Narayanan Lulu International Convention Centre, Thrissur [338]
2008 Maya Ravan (Ballet) Hanuman (voice) English Shobana Nehru Centre, Mumbai [339]
2009 The Tempest Prospero Malayalam T. K. Rajeev Kumar Jose Thomas Performing Arts Centre [340]
2010 Vikramōrvaśīyam Pururavas Sanskrit Kavalam Narayana Panicker Ujjain, Madhya Pradesh [341]
2015 Naga Narrator Malayalam Suveeran Parish Hall, St. George Church, Kalady [342]

Radio drama[edit]

Year Title Role Broadcaster Director Notes Ref.
1987 Jeevanulla Prathimakal Unknown All India Radio Satheesh Chandran Re-broadcast on 27 September 2010 [343]

See also[edit]

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ Mohanlal co-founded Casino Films with I. V. Sasi, Seema, Mammootty, and Century Kochumon.[9]
  2. ^ Mohanlal co-founded Cheers Films with Century Kochumon.[11]
  3. ^ In Kadhayattam, Mohanlal played ten classic characters and situations from ten novels selected from Malayalam literature, which were written by O. Chandu Menon, C. V. Raman Pillai, S. K. Pottekkatt, Thakazhi Sivasankara Pillai, P. Kesavadev, Vaikom Muhammad Basheer, Uroob, O. V. Vijayan, M. Mukundan, and M. T. Vasudevan Nair.[336][337]

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