Mammootty Actor Biography, Wiki, and Secret Details

(Last Updated On: July 5, 2022)Mammootty Actor aka Muhammad Kutty Panaparambil Ismail (born 7 September 1951) is an Indian actor and film producer. He is notable for his work on Devalokam, Kaazcha, Paleri Manikyam, Unda, Pranchiyettan & the Saint and Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar.
 
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Mammootty Actor Biography, Wiki, and Secret Details

 
More than 200 films have been produced by Indian actor Mammootty. In addition to Malayalam films, he has appeared in films in Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, and Hindi as well. Three National Film Awards, seven Kerala State Film Awards, and thirteen Filmfare Awards South have all been bestowed upon Mammootty. The Padma Shri, India’s highest civilian accolade, was bestowed upon him in 1998 in recognition of his contributions to the arts.
 
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His parents, Ismail, a farmer, and Fatima, a stay-at-home mom, raised him. In addition to Mammootty, Ibrahim, and Zakariah, Mammootty has six siblings: Ameena, Sauda, Shafina, and Shafin. In Kottayam, he completed his elementary and secondary schooling, and then went on to Madras Christian College in Chennai to pursue a legal degree.
 
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A little cameo in the 1971 film Anubhavangal Paalichakal sparked Mammootty’s film career. The first leading role came in Kootukar the following year, which depicted the return of a young man to his village after graduating from college. Because of Mammootty’s positive response to his role in the film and his subsequent popularity as an actor in the 1970s and 1980s,
 
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Athirathram, a 1984 Malayalam film starring Mammootty, was the first Malayalam film shot entirely in India. He won his first Kerala State Award for Best Actor in the film, which was a tremendous hit.
 
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On the second occasion in 1985, he won the prize for his role in the film Oru Vadakkan Veeragatha. In recognition of his contributions to the arts, the Indian government bestowed upon him the Padma Shri, the country’s highest civilian accolade, in 1998.
 
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Biography of Mammootty

 

Mammootty Wiki & Biography  
Real Name Muhammad Kutty Panaparambil Ismail
Nickname Mammootty, Big M and Mammukka
Profession Actor and film producer
Known As Devalokam
Age 71 years (2023)
Date of Birth 7 September 1951
Birthplace Chandiroor, Alappuzha, Kerala, India
Nationality Indian
Ethnicity Indian
Religion Islam
Gender Male
Height, Weight & Body Measurements  
Height in Centimeters 178 cm
Height in meters 1.78 m
Height in Inches 5 feet 10 inches
Weight in Kilograms 85 kg
Weight in Pounds 188 lbs
Body Measurements 44-36-14
Chest Size 44 inches
Waist Size 36 inches
Biceps Size 14 inches
Eye Color Ligh Brown
Hair Color Black
Bodytype Average
Family and Relatives  
Father Ismail Panaparambil
Mother Fatima Panaparambil
Brother Ameena, Sauda and Shafina
Sister Ibrahim and Zakariah
Affairs, Girlfriends and Marital Status  
Marital Status Married
Girlfriend Will update
Wife/ Spouse Sulfath Kutty
Son Dulquer Salmaan
Daughter Kutty Surumi
Education and School, College  
Educational Qualification LLB
School St. Albert’s School and Government School, Ernakulam
College/ University Government Law College, Ernakulam
Favorite Things and Like & Dislike  
Favorite Actor Amitabh Bachchan
Favorite Actress Lakshmi Rai
Favorite Color White
Favorite Food Chicken biryani
Favorite Movie Ek Tha Tiger
Hobbies Writing
Money Factor  
Net Worth $ 45 million (Approx)
Social Media  
Instagram Instagram.com
Facebook Facebook.com
Twitter Twitter.com
Wikipedia Wikipedia.org
IMDB IMDB.com
Youtube Channel Youtube.com
Website www.mammootty.com

 

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Where is Mammootty from or Born?
Chandiroor, Alappuzha, Kerala, India.

Is Mammootty Married or in a Relationship?
Married to Sulfath Kutty.

How much is Mammootty’s Net Worth?
$45 Million (approx).

How old is Mammootty?
71 years (2023).

How tall is Mammootty?
5 feet 10 inches.

What are the hobbies of Mammootty?
Writing.

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