Ajith Kollam

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Ajith Kollam
Born
Ajith Kumar Haridasan

(1962-04-07)7 April 1962
Died5 April 2018(2018-04-05) (aged 55)
OccupationFilm actor
Years active1984–2018
Spouse(s)Prameela Ajith
Children2

Ajith Kollam (7 April 1962 – 5 April 2018) was an Indian film actor, who predominantly appeared in Malayalam cinema. He had acted in more than 500 films in all South Indian languages.[1] He mainly acted in villain roles.[2][3] he acted in Tamil movie Airport (1993)

Background[edit | edit source]

Ajith Kumar Haridas hailed from Kottayam, Kerala. He was one of six children born to Haridasan and Devakiamma in 1962. His father was a railway officer and mother was a house wife. He completed his primary education at Krist Raj Highschool, Kollam and Bachelors in Arts from Sree Narayana college, Kollam[4]

Since his father was a Railway Station Master who was working at Kollam, he was brought up at Kadappakada in Kollam and adopted Kollam as the suffix for his name.[5]

He went to the director Padmarajan to become an assistant director but, seeing his talent, Padmarajan cast him in his movie Parannu Parannu Parannu, and thus made his debut in a Malayalam movie in 1984. After that, he was a permanent actor in all Padmarajan movies. He turned a director and scriptwriter in the Malayalam movie Calling Bell.[6]

Family[edit | edit source]

He was married to Prameela. The couple had a daughter Gayathri and a son Sreehari. They resided at Kochi.[7]

The Malayalam film director, Anil Das is his brother.

Death[edit | edit source]

He died on 5 April 2018 from a stomach-related illness in Amrita Hospital in Kochi. He was 56 years old at the time of death. His funeral took place at his native place Kollam.[8]

Partial filmography[edit | edit source]

Malayalam[edit | edit source]

  • Pakal Pole (2017)
  • Neeranjanapookkal (2017)
  • Calling Bell (2016)
  • Alice a True Story (2014)
  • Blackberry (2013)
  • Ivan Ardhanaari (2012)
  • Simhaasanam (2012)
  • No. 66 Madhura Bus (2012)
  • Kunjaliyan (2012)
  • Teja Bhai & Family (2011)
  • Manushya Mrigham (2011)
  • China Town (2011)
  • Note Out (2011)
  • Kootukar (2010)
  • Adv. Lakshmanan Ladies Only (2010)
  • Chekavar (2010)
  • Nallavan (2010)
  • Thanthonni (2010)
  • Gulumaal: The Escape (2009)
  • 2 Harihar Nagar (2009)
  • Lollypop (2008)
  • Twenty 20 (2008)
  • Kichamani MBA (2007)
  • Mission 90 Days (2007)
  • Nagaram (2007).... SI Sugunan
  • Avan Chandiyude Makan (2006) .... S.I Hari
  • Yes Your Honour (2006)
  • Red Salute (2006)
  • Don (2006)
  • Prajapathi (2006) .... Kunjachan
  • The Tiger (2005)
  • Boyy Friennd (2005)
  • Pandippada (2005)
  • Bharatchandran IPS (2005)
  • Vettam (2004)
  • Balettan (2003)
  • Chronic Bachelor (2003)
  • Sthree Vesham (2002)
  • Kanmashi (2002)
  • Sooryachakram (2001)
  • Ee Nadu Innalevare (2001)
  • Daivathinthe Makan (2000)
  • Narasimham (2000)
  • Valliettan (2000)
  • Mark Antony (2000).... SI Jagannathan
  • Olympiyan Anthony Adam (1999)
  • Friends (1999)
  • British Market (1998)
  • Illamura Tampuran (1998)
  • Asuravamsam (1997)
  • Aaraam Thampuran (1997)
  • Hitlist (1996)
  • Spadikam (1995)
  • Nirnayam (1995)
  • Sooryachakram (1992)
  • Ardram (1992) .... Pandhyan
  • Oru Prathyeka Ariyippu (1991)...Vasu
  • Abhimanyu (1991) Inspector
  • Bhoomika (1991)
  • Laal Salaam (1990)
  • No.20 Madras Mail (1990)
  • Saamrajyam (1990)
  • Mahayanam (1989)
  • Kaalalpada (1989)
  • Nagarangalil chennu Raparkkam (1989)
  • Jaathakam (1989)
  • Agnipravesham (1989)
  • Vaadakagunda (1989)
  • Manu Uncle (1988)
  • Pattanapravesham (1988)
  • Aparan (1988)
  • 1921(1988)
  • Irupatham Noottandu (1987) .... Kasim
  • Nadodikkattu (1987)
  • Vrathum (1987)
  • Naalkavala (1987)
  • Naale Njangalude Vivaaham (1986)
  • Veendum (1986)
  • Poovinu Puthiya Poonthennal (1986).... Gunda
  • Yuvajanotsavam (1986)....Das
  • Adiverukal (1986)....Attapadi Somu
  • Akalathe Ambili (1985) .... Aravind
  • Ee Thalamura Ingane (1985)
  • Parannu Parannu Parannu (1984)

Hindi[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 24 December 2013. Retrieved 23 December 2013.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  2. Aiyappan, Ashameera (5 April 2018). "Who was Kollam Ajith?". The Indian Express. Retrieved 16 May 2018.
  3. E., Anagha Jayan (5 April 2018). "Kollam Ajith, the familiar henchman of Malayalam movies". Malayala Manorama. Retrieved 16 May 2018.
  4. "നടന്‍ കൊല്ലം അജിത്ത് അന്തരിച്ചു". Mangalam.com. Retrieved 7 April 2018.
  5. "Kollam Ajith". Malayalachalachithram.com. Retrieved 8 April 2018.
  6. "Kollam Ajith turns director". Nowrunning.com. Retrieved 7 April 2018.
  7. "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 24 December 2013. Retrieved 23 December 2013.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  8. Shrijith, Sajin (6 April 2018). "Veteran actor Kollam Ajith breathes his last". The New Indian Express. Retrieved 16 May 2018.

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