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Cochin Haneefa

Cochin Haneefa
Born Salim Ahmed Ghoush
(1951-04-22)22 April 1951
Kochi, Thiru-Kochi, India
Died 2 February 2010(2010-02-02) (aged 58)
Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India
Other names VMC Haneefa
Occupation Actor, film director, screenwriter
Years active 1972–2010
Spouse(s) Fasila
Children Safa, Marwa (twins)
Parent(s) Veluthedathu Muhammed, Hajira

Salim Ahmed Ghoush[1] (22 April 1951 – 2 February 2010), better known by his stage name Cochin Haneefa, was an Indian film actor, director, and screenwriter. He started his career in the 1970s mainly portraying villainous roles, before going on to become one of the most popular comedians of Malayalam cinema.[2] He has acted in more than 300 films in Malayalam, Tamil and Hindi.[1] As a director he is best known for the films Aankiliyude Tharattu (1987) and Valtsalyam (1993).[1]

Contents

  • Personal life and education 1
  • Career 2
  • Awards 3
  • Death 4
  • Filmography 5
    • Malayalam films 5.1
    • Tamil films 5.2
  • Director-filmography 6
    • Malayalam films 6.1
    • Tamil films 6.2
  • Writer-filmography 7
  • See also 8
  • References 9
  • External links 10

Personal life and education

Haneefa was born in Kochi to Kochi Velthedathu Tharavattil A.B. Muhammed and Hajira.[3] He studied at Kochi St. Augustine's School and St. Albert's College and graduated with a degree in Botany. He was married to Fasila. The couple have a twins, Safa and Marva.[4]

Career

He was a member of the famed comedy troupe Cochin Kalabhavan,[5] whose members included Jayaram, Kalabhavan Mani, Harisree Ashokan, Salim Kumar, and Bindhu Panicker. He made his film debut in 1972 in Azhimukham directed by Vijayan and went on to act in over 300 films in Malayalam. He also acted in over 80 Tamil films, including popular movies like Mahanadi with Kamal Haasan,[1] Sivaji and Enthiran with Rajinikanth.

Haneefa played memorable roles in many Malayalam films, including Mannar Mathai Speaking, Devaasuram, Kireedam, Punjabi House and Swapnakoodu, C.I. Mahadevan 5 Adi 4 Inchu.[6][7] He also directed around 20 films, including Valtsalyam and Moonu Masangalkku Munbu. The last Tamil films in which he appeared were Madrasapattinam[1] and Enthiran. His final Malayalam film was the 2010 film Bodyguard.

Awards

Kerala State Film Awards:

Death

Haneefa died on 2 February 2010, aged 58, in

  • Cochin Haneefa at the Internet Movie Database
  • "Cochin Haneefa Passed Away"
  • Notice of death of Cochin Haneefa aka Salim Ahmed Ghoush
  • Mathrubhumi Online website
  • Cochin Haneefa at MSI

External links

  1. ^ a b c d e "Cochin Haneefa". 
  2. ^ "സിനിമാ-'ജീവിത'ത്തിലെ ഹനീഫ" (in Malayalam).  
  3. ^ http://www.mathrubhumi.com/movies/interview/33072/
  4. ^ http://www.mangalam.com/mangalam-varika/91647
  5. ^ http://www.cochinkalabhavan.com/contribution.html
  6. ^ "C.I. Mahadevan 5 Adi 4 Inchu". Retrieved 2 February 2010. 
  7. ^ "C.I. Mahadevan 5 Adi 4 Inchu". Retrieved 2 February 2010. 
  8. ^ http://www.manoramaonline.com/cgi-bin/MMOnline.dll/portal/ep/malayalamContentView.do?contentId=13355715&programId=7940855&channelId=-1073750705&BV_ID=@@@&tabId=3
  9. ^ "VMC Haneefa passes away". Sify.com. 2 February 2010. Retrieved 21 August 2011. 
  10. ^ "വാപ്പച്ചിയില്ലാതെ സഫയും മര്‍വയും സ്‌കൂളിലേക്ക്". Janayugomonline.com. 5 June 2010. Retrieved 21 August 2011. 

References

See also

Writer-filmography

  • Pasa Paravaigal (1988)
  • Paadatha Thenikkal (1988)
  • Pasa Mazhai (1989)
  • Pagalil Pournami (1990)
  • Pillai Pasam (1991)
  • Vasaliley Oru Vennila (1991)
  • Naalai Engal Kalyanam (1992)

Tamil films

Malayalam films

Director-filmography

Tamil films

Malayalam films

Filmography

[10] He is survived by his wife Fasila and twin children Safa and Marwa.[9].liver cancer He had been treated for [8]

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