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S. Thulasidharan Nair
29 May 1949
|Occupation||Actor, Ret. Govt. Deputy Secretary|
|Children||V. T. Gayathri – Daughter (Engineer) (Son in Law) Dr Anoop Sinha (Prof in medical College)|
|Parent(s)||Sastri P. S. Nair (Father), Bharathi Amma (Mother)|
Kollam Kanjaveli Kuttilazhikathu Thulasidharan Nair is an actor in Malayalam cinema, who is better known as Kollam Thulasi relating to the name of his birthplace Kollam to his first name as customary in some parts of Kerala.His first appearance was in Mukhya Manthri (1979). He is well known for his unique acting style. He appeared in many television serials. He is also a poet and a politician.
He was born in 1949 to Kollam Kanjaveli Kuttilazhikathu P. S. Nair and Bharathi Amma. After completing a master's degree in History, he pursued a diploma in journalism. In 1970, he entered Kerala Govt. Service at Kozhikode corporation. He retired as deputy Secretary from Municipal Service from Thiruvananthapuram corporation. He currently resides in Valiyasala. Daughter: V. T. Gayathri (Engineer). (Son in law) Dr Anoop Sinha (Prof in medical college).
|1987||Bhoomiyile Rajakkanmar||Gopala Pillai|
|1987||Theertham||Man at Bar|
|1988||Oru CBI Diary Kurippu||Regional Medical Officer|
|1988||Moonam Mura||Home Secretary|
|1989||Annakutty Kodambakkam Vilikkunnu||Dr. Harikrishnan|
|1990||Thalayana Manthram||Raman Kartha|
|1990||Randaam Varavu||Police Officer Aravindan|
|1990||Ee Thanutha Veluppankalathu|
|1991||Inspector Balaram||Home Minister|
|1991||Post Box No 27|
|1991||Oru Prathyeka Ariyippu||Mohandas|
|1992||Sabarimalayil Thanka Sooryodayam||A C Menon|
|1992||Pandu Pandoru Rajakumari||Arumugham Vadivelan|
|1994||Poochakkaru Manikettum||Gopika's Father|
|1994||Chief Minister KR Gouthami|
|1994||Pidakkozhi Koovunna Noottandu|
|1995||Thacholi Varghese Chekavar|
|1995||The King||John Varghese|
|1996||Kaathil Oru Kinnaram||Padmanabhan Thampi|
|1997||Asura Vamsham||Medicalcollege Professor|
|2000||Rapid Action Force||Home Minister|
|2002||Swarna Medal||Easwera Iyer|
|2005||The Tiger||Cheriyan Thundiyil IPS|
|2006||Ravanan||P K Sukumaran|
|2006||Highway Police||Keeri Pappan|
|2007||Naadiya Kollappetta Rathri||Madhavan|
|2007||Abraham and Lincoln||Damodharan|
|2007||Dhe Ingottu Nokkiye|
|2008||Kanichukulangarayil CBI||Adv. Rahim|
|2009||Oru Black & White Kudumbam|
|2010||Again Kasarkod Kadar Bhai|
|2010||Oru Naal Varum|
|2010||Kanmazha Peyyum Munpe||Usman|
|2011||Teja Bhai & Family|
|2012||Padmasree Bharat Dr. Saroj Kumar||Union Leader|
|2012||The King & the Commissioner|
|2014||Ring Master||Opponent Leader|
|2014||Bhaiyya Bhaiyya||Home Minister|
|2017||1971: Beyond Borders|
|2018||Vallikkudilile Vellakkaran||Abhilash's father|
|2004||Arul||Party Chief Sethupathi|
|2021-Present||Ente Bharya||Flowers TV||Balan Menon|
|2020||Koodathayi||Flowers TV||Police Officer|
|2008-2009||Hallo Kuttichathan 2||Asianet||SI|
|2004||Kadamattathu Kathanar||Asianet||Kollan/Neeli's Father|
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