Suresh Gopi Wiki, Biography, Age, Wife, Family, Education, Height, Weight, Movies List, Career, Profession, Net Worth

Suresh Gopi Wiki and Biography: Suresh Gopi, born Suresh Gopinathan on June 26, 1959, is a well-known Indian performer in a variety of fields. There are more than 200 Malayalam films in which he has made an appearance. The Indian Parliament’s upper body, the Rajya Sabha, currently counts him as one of its members.


Suresh Gopi

Suresh Gopi has a little role as a teenage musician in the film Odayil Ninnu (1965). Later, he made his public appearance as a potential husband at T. P. Balagopalan M. A. (1986). After playing numerous bad guys and supporting roles in films throughout the ’80s and ’90s, Suresh Gopi got his big break in Thalastaanam (1992), directed by Shaji Kailas and written by Renji Panicker. Suresh Gopi rose to prominence in the 1990s thanks to the joint efforts of the films of Shaji and Renji, in particular for his role in the police drama.

Suresh Gopi Wiki: Biography, Age, Wife, Family, Education, Height, Weight, Movies List, Career, Profession, Net Worth

Real Name Suresh Gopinathan
Nick Name Suresh, Gopi
Profession Actor, Playback  Singer, TV Host, Politician
Famous For Acting
Wife Name Radhika Nair
Physical Status
Age 63 Years
Height 5”9
Weight 85 Kgs
Eye Color Black
Hair Color Black
Personal Information
Date of Birth 26 June 1959
Birth Place Kollam, Kerala, India
Zodiac Sign NA
Nationality Indian
School Name Infant Jesus School Kollam, Kerala
College Name Fatima Mata National College, Kollam, Kerala
Qualifications M.A. (English literature)
Family Profile
Father Name Gopinathan Pillai
Mother Name Gnanalekshmi Amma
Siblings Subhash Gopi, Sunil Gopi and Sanil Gopi
Career Actor
Source of Income Movies, and Brand Endorsements
Appeared In Movies, and Brand Endorsements
Net Worth Salary 23 Crores+(Approx.)

Suresh Gopi Biography

Suresh Gopi Education

He went to Infant Jesus School in Kollam and graduated with honours. At Kollam’s Fatima Mata National College, where he earned his master’s degree in English literature, he immersed himself in the English language and literature.

Suresh Gopi Early Life

Suresh Gopi made his acting debut in the 1965 film Odayil Ninnu, playing a little role. In 1986, he made his official debut as an adult actor in the film Niramulla Raavukal. He gained notice even in the small part of a possible groom in T. P. Balagopalan, M. A. (1986). Suresh Gopi went on to portray a handful of bad guys and a large cast of supporting roles during the ’80s and ’90s. Famous for his villainous turn in Irupatham Nootandu, he had a long career in the industry (1987).

It was the highest grossing Malayalam film of all time. In the highest-grossing film of 1988, Oru CBI Diary Kurippu, he portrayed the pivotal supporting role of Harry. Manu Uncle (1988), in which Gopi plays the comical role of Sub Inspector Minnal Prathapan, has become increasingly well-known over time.

Suresh Gopi Career

After participating in over 80 films, Suresh Gopi made his debut in Shaji Kailas and Renji Panicker’s Thalastaanam (1992). The success of Ekalavyan catapulted Suresh Gopi to the forefront of Malayalam cinema (1993). This crime drama was co-written by Renji Panicker and Shaji Kailas, and they also directed it. To far, Ekalavyan has been in theatres for a total of 150 days, during which time it has broken various records for attendance and revenue. In the 1990s, Suresh Gopi shot to fame thanks to the Shaji-Renji combination films, in which he excelled in the roles of both the police and the military. In 1993, he starred as the protagonist of Mafia, a Shaji-Renji crime thriller that became a box office smash.

Manichitrathazhu, a psychological thriller directed by Fazil and starring Mohanlal and Shobhana, is widely considered one of the best Malayalam films of all time. Kashmeeram (1994), a commercial triumph, featured him as an NSG commando. It’s conceivable that Suresh Gopi’s meteoric rise to fame in Malayalam cinema can be traced back to the release of the film Commissioner (1994). He played Bharath Chandran I.P.S. in another Shaji-Renji murder thriller that has now become a cult classic. He played a RAW cop in the 1995 picture Highway, which ran for almost 100 days in theatres.

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