Gokul Anand is an Indian actor who works in Tamil-language stage plays, films and web series. He debuted as a film actor with Chennai 2 Singapore (2017).
Career[edit | edit source]
As a child, he acted in Malayalam-language television shows, before joining the television group, The Boardwalkers. In a review of Micheal Muthu's stage play An Idiot for Dinner, a critic wrote that "Gokul Anand, as the frustrated Sanjay Kelavkar, put on a grand show which went above and beyond as his eyes glazed over in pain and anguish painted his face due to the antics of Gopu". He also starred in the play Moulin Rouge. He auditioned for several films before meeting M. Ghibran who told him about the film Chennai 2 Singapore. In a review of Chennai 2 Singapore by The Hindu, a critic noted that "Besides the film’s at-times-enjoyable treatment, the lead actor Gokul Anand is a good find for Tamil cinema. He is good-looking and comfortable in front of the camera".
Filmography[edit | edit source]
|2017||Chennai 2 Singapore||Harish||Tamil|
|2020||Jack and Jill||Joseph||Malayalam||Post-production|
- Web series
|Door No. 403||Saga||Tamil|
References[edit | edit source]
- Joseph, Raveena (18 May 2015). "An idiot's guide to dinner". The Hindu.
- Zachariah, Preeti (2 March 2015). "From the dark recesses". The Hindu.
- CR, Sharanya (16 January 2017). "You don't learn if you are not rejected: Gokul Anand". The Times of India. Retrieved 1 July 2020.
- Naig, Udhav (16 December 2017). "'Chennai 2 Singapore' review: Spoofing romance". The Hindu.