Chembil Ashokan

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Chembil Ashokan
Born (1960-11-29) 29 November 1960 (age 62)

Chembil Ashokan is an actor in the Malayalam film industry. [1] He is from Chembu - Vaikom. He has played many notable characters in Malayalam cinema. [2] [3]



2009 Bhagyadevatha
2009 Chattambinadu
2010 Pramani
2010 Paappi Appacha
2010 Katha Thudarunnu Narayanan
2010 Thaskara Lahala
2011 Violin
2012 No. 66 Madhura Bus
2012 Ivan Megharoopan
2013 Celluloid Paulose
2013 ABCD: American-Born Confused Desi Zachariah
2014 Darboni
2014 1983 Tea Shop Owner
2014 Manglish Union Leader
2014 Vellimoonga
2014 Money Ratnam Joppa
2014Oru Korean Padam
2010 Choonda
2014Thekku Thekkoru Desathu
2014 Actually Shivan
2014Oru Mazhavil Swapnam
2014 The Bail
2014 Murukku
2015Iruvazhi Thiriyunnidam
2015 Aadu
2015 Life of Josutty
2015 Anarkali
2015 Aana Mayil Ottakam
2016Varna Vasanthangal
2016 Valleem Thetti Pulleem Thetti Govachan
2016 Kammatti Paadam Krishna's Uncle
2016 Pulimurugan Thankachan
2017 Jomonte Suvisheshangal
2017 Honey Bee 2: Celebrations
2017 Paippin Chuvattile Pranayam
2018 Parole
2018 Panchavarnathatha Eappachen
2018Marubhoomiyile Mazhathullikal
2018 Pettilambattra
2018 Mangalyam Thanthunanena Koora
2018 Aanakkallan Kuruppu
2018 Ottakoru Kaamukan Matrimonial advertisement girl's father
2019Nalla Vishesham
2019 Oru Yamandan Premakadha Vickey's Father
2019Prakashante Metro
2019 Mask Achayan
2019 Luca Martin
2019Thanka Bhasma Kuriyitta Thamburatty
2019 Adhyarathri Sukumaran
2021Sumesh and Ramesh
2009 Evidam Swargamanu Poly


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  1. "അന്ന് കുടികിടപ്പുകാരൻ; ഇന്ന് പുതിയ വീട്ടിലേക്ക്; മമ്മൂക്കയോടും കടപ്പാട്: ചെമ്പിൽ അശോകൻ".
  2. "Profile of Malayalam Actor Chembil Ashokan". Archived from the original on 5 April 2015. Retrieved 11 April 2015.
  3. "Chembil Asokan, Filmography, Films, Chembil Asokan Photo Gallery, Chembil Asokan Videos, Actor Chembil Asokan, Chembil Asokan Profile". Retrieved 4 May 2015.