Mamukkoya

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Mamukkoya
മാമുക്കോയ
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Born(1946-07-05)5 July 1946
Died26 April 2023(2023-04-26) (aged 76)
Kozhikode, Kerala, India
Nationality (legal) Indian
Other namesMamukka
Occupations
  • Actor
  • comedian
Years active1979–2023
SpouseSuhara
Children4

Mamukkoya (5 July 1946 – 26 April 2023) was an Indian actor known for his work predominately in Malayalam cinema. [1] He mostly appeared in comedic roles. His unique usage of the Mappila dialect and style marked his presence in the industry. In a career spanning over four decades, Mamukkoya acted in more than 450 Malayalam films and was the first winner of the State award for best comedian in Malayalam cinema. [2]

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Early life

Mamukkoya was born to Chalikandiyil Muhammed and Imbachi Ayisha on 5 July 1946. [3] He has a brother Koyakutty. He had his primary education from MM High School, Calicut. [4] Mamukkoya began working at a timber yard in Kallayi after completing his education at Pallikandi Elementary School, Kuttichira Higher Secondary School, and Kozhikode MM School. He participated in theatrical productions when he was in school. Later, he began performing in a number of amateur plays. He would perform in plays at night and work in the timber yard in the morning. [5]

Career

Mamukkoya started his career as a theatre actor. He got his chance in the film industry through Anyarude Bhoomi (1979). His second entry to Malayalam cinema was through S. Konnanatt's Surumaitta Kannukal . He was recommended by Vaikom Muhammad Basheer for the role in the movie. After this film, he was introduced to Sathyan Anthikkad by scriptwriter and actor Sreenivasan. Mamukkoya appeared in Siby Malayil's Doore Doore Oru Koodu Koottam, written by Sreenivasan. In the film, he played an Arabic teacher. Initially, the character only appeared in two or three scenes. However, Mamukkoya's performance impressed the makers who added further scenes for his role. Mamukkoya would later say that after this movie he stopped going to the timber yard or appearing in plays. He then landed a role in Gandhinagar Second Street, which was also written by Sreenivasan. [6] This was one of his first notable roles. Then came Sathyan Anthikkad's Sanmanassullavarkku Samadhanam' and 'Rareeram' by Siby Malayil. His portrayal of Gafoor in Sathyan Anthikkad's MohanlalSreenivasan starring Nadodikkattu (1987) carved a niche for him in Malayalam cinema. The character Gafoor now enjoys a cult following in Kerala. An animation series was released based on this character after several years. [7] His award-winning performance in Perumazhakkalam (2004) proved that he can handle non-comedy roles as well with ease. He again did a similar role in Byari, which won the National Film Award for Best Feature Film. [8] He did the title role in the film Korappan, the great (2001), which depicted him as a forest brigand like Veerappan. In 2004, he received a Special Mention in the Kerala State Film Award for the movie Perumazhakkalam . [9] Mamukkoya's roles in Ramjirao Speaking, Thalayana Manthram, Shubhayatra, Irupatham Noottandu, Sreedharante Onnam Thirumurivu, Ponmuttayidunna Thaaravu, Pattanapravesham and Dhwani are considered among the best of his career.

Personal life and death

Mamukkoya was married to Suhara. The couple had four children; Muhammed Nisar, Shahitha, Nadiya and Abdul Rasheed. [10] He was residing in Kozhikode near Beypore. Mamukkoya had a very close friendship with Vaikom Muhammad Basheer, S. K. Pottekkatt and M. S. Baburaj. [11]

On 24 April 2023, while inaugurating a sevens football tournament in Kalikavu, Malappuram, Kerala, Mamukkoya suffered cardiac arrest and a brain hemorrhage. [12] [13] He died at a private hospital in Kozhikode on 26 April 2023, aged 76. [14] [15]

Awards

AwardYearCategoryFilm(s)ResultRef
Kerala State Film Award 2004 Special Jury Mention Perumazhakkalam Won [16]
2008 Best Comedian Innathe Chintha Vishayam Won
Kerala Film Critics Association Awards 2004 Second Best Actor Perumazhakkalam Won [17]
2020 Chalachitra Prathibha Award Various FilmsWon [18]
Asiavision Awards 2012Best Supporting Actor Molly Aunty Rocks!
Vellaripravinte Changathi
Won
Jaihind TV Awards 2008Best Comedy Artist Innathe Chintha Vishayam Won
2009Kala Ratnam AwardVarious FilmsWon

Filmography

Malayalam

1970s

YearTitleRoleNotes
1979 Anyarude Bhoomi

1980s

YearTitleRoleNotes
1983 Surumaitta Kannukal
1986 Snehamulla Simham
Gandhinagar 2nd Street
Ennu Nathante Nimmi Fakrudeen
Sanmanassullavarkku Samadhanam Mamu/Ummer
Doore Doore Oru Koodu Koottam Koya
Rareeram Rickshaw Driver
1987Sreedharante Onnam ThirumurivuNarayanan
Athinumappuram
Kalam Mari Katha Mari Pareedu
Naalkavala H.C. Koya
Unnikale Oru Kadha Parayam
Irupatham Noottandu Koya
Nadodikkattu Gafoorka
Adimakal Udamakal Pokker
Agni Muhurtham
1988 August 1 Abubakker
Dhwani Mamu
Oohakachavadam Abdullah
Pattanapravesham Gafoorka
Ponmuttayidunna Tharavu Abubacker
1989 Artham Kunjikannan
Vachanam Farm Worker
Vadakkunokkiyantram Photographer
Annakutty Kodambakkam VilikkunnuKoya
Swagatham
Anagha
Pandu Pandoru Desathu
Kireedam Constable Hameed- Najeeb's father
Mazhavilkavadi Kunji Khadir
The News Paramasivam
Pradeshika Varthakal Jabbar
Peruvannapurathe Visheshangal P. C. Peruvannapuram
Ramji Rao Speaking Hamsakoya
Njangalude Kochu Doctor Basheer, Attender in Kalapurackal Hospital
VarnatheruAppunni
Pooram
AattinakkareNaanu Nair
Jeevitham Oru RaagamSankaran
Nerunnu NanmakalAppunni
Varavelpu Hamsa
Mudra Mamu
Nair Saab Chef Koya
Varnam Mamukkoya

1990s

YearTitleRoleNotes
1990Anantha VruthanthamThanoor Thaha
Cheriya Lokavum Valiya Manushyarum Abu
SuperstarKhader/Lambodharan Pillai
Paadaatha Veenayum Paadum
May Dinam
Kuruppinte Kanakku Pustakom
Vidhyarambham Venkiteshan
Pavam Pavam Rajakumaran Sankarettan
Ponnaranjanam Ummukoya
Enquiry
Vachanam
Champion Thomas
Shubhayathra Kareem Bhai
Pavakkoothu Kanjarakutti
Kalikkalam Unni Nair
Gajakesariyogam Raghavan Nair
Dr. Pasupathy Velayudhan Kutty
His Highness Abdullah Jamal
Kouthuka Varthakal Ahmad Kutty
Nagarangalil Chennu Raparkam 'Cheriya' Raman Nair
Malayogom
Purappadu
Anandanum Appukuttanum Aanayundu
Orukkam Paramu
Rajavazhcha Mohammadkutty
Randam Varavu Damu
Nanma Niranjavan Sreenivasan
Saandram Abdu/Abdullah
Sasneham Appukuttan
Thalayana Manthram Kunjananthan Mesthiri
Thoovalsparsham Moosaka
1991 Souhrudam
Daiva Sahayam Lucky CentreUsmanikka
Sundhari Kakka Sulaiman
Kanalkkattu Moideen
Kakkathollayiram Akbar
Aakasha Kottayile Sultan Cletus
ChanchattamHotel Attendant
Kalari
Khandakaavyam
Georgukutty C/O Georgukutty
Apoorvam Chilar Rajan
Cheppu Kilukkunna ChangathiKhader
Innathe Program Moosa
Kadinjool Kalyanam Imbichi Koya
Ennum Nanmakal Khader
Oru Tharam Randu Tharam Moonu TharamMammu
Onnaam Muhurtham Sulaiman
Amina Tailors Malappuram Moideen/Bapputty
Postbox No 27
Santhwanam Kareem bhai
Kankettu Keeleri Achu
Parallel College (film) Rasheed
Sandhesam K.G. Pothuwal
Venal Kinavukal Ramu
1992Ponnurukkum PakshiVaidyar
Aayushkalam Varghese
Aadhaaram Kunjappu
Congratulations Miss Anitha Menon
Valayam
Apaaratha Jamal
Vasudha Jamal
Rishi
Kallanum PolicumP. C. Abdulla /Abdukka
Kamaladalam Kala Mandiram Hydrose
Savidham Balakrishnan
Ente Ponnu Thampuran Mammotty Master
Ayalathe Adheham Kuttappan
GrihaprevesamRaman Nair
Makkal Mahatmyam Andru, school peon
Police Diary
KaazhchakkappuramUthkandan Pillai
Kingini Kuttappan
Ellarum Chollanu Adimakkannu
Ezhara Ponnana Aimutty Koya
Maanyanmar Athapaadi Anthru
My Dear Muthachan Punnoose
Oru Kochu Bhoomikulukkam Thankappan
Poochakkaru Mani Kettum Drama Artist
Utsavamelam Nair
1993 Aagneyam Mukkathu Moosa
Ammayane Sathyam Mujeeb Rahman
Ghoshayaathra Kuttymoosa Sahib
Samooham Karyasthan
Kalippattam Ismail, Venu's friend
Bhaagyavaan Unni Kuruppu
Pravachakan Jaffer Sherif
Golanthara Vartha Kuruppu
Ente SreekuttikkuKunju
Varam
O' Faby Teashop Owner
Narayam
Addeham Enna Iddeham Saidali
Vakkeel Vasudev SI Jabbar
Ponnuchami
Bandhukkal Sathrukkal Hamsa
Kavadiyattam Koya
Janam Koyakutty Sahib
Chenkol Police Constable Hameed
Kulapathy
Ghazal Mollakka
Sthalathe Pradhana Payyans Kumaran
1994BheesmacharyaP.K. Arogyaswami
Chakoram Pookunju
Varaphalam Broker Hamsa
CabinetAbdukka
DhadhaMoosa
Pakshe Nanappan
Sudhinam School Teacher
Vadhu DoctoranuCharlie
Commissioner Kunjeeswaran Pillai (Cameo)
1995 Alancheri Thamprakkal Kunjali Haji
PunnaramMahadevan
No. 1 Snehatheeram Bangalore North
BoxerManjeri Mammad
Sasinas
Manassasthrajnante Diary
Samudhayam
Mannar Mathai Speaking Photo Archive
Prayikkara Pappan Veerappan
Kalyanji Anandji (film) Basheer/Swami
Karma
Mangalam Veettil Manaseswari Gupta Karipoor Koya
Saadaram Veerappan (Kunjalu)
Vrudhanmare Sookshikkuka Home Minister
1996Poonilavu
Rajaputhran Sayed Jabbar Thangal
Sallapam Railway worker
Swarna Kireedam
19 April
MadammaVasu
Thooval Kottaram Moitheen Hajiar
Kaanaakkinaavu
1997 Junior Mandrake Constable Abu
Asuravamsam Moosa
Itha Oru Snehagatha
Kannur
Anubhoothi
Guru SishyanMusthafa
Kalyana Kacheri Bharghavan Pillai
NagarapuranamDriver
Moksham
Chandralekha Beeran
Katha NayakanBeerankutty
Kalyana UniikalAl Khobar Anthruman
Manthra Mothiram Abdukka
Oral Mathram Kunjalikutty
Sammanam
1998 Chinthavishtayaya Shyamala Usman
Chenaparambile Aanakkaryam
Kattathoru Penpoovu
Malabaril Ninnoru Manimaaran
MayajalamMoosa
Manthrimaalikayil Manassammatham
Oro Viliyum Kathorthu Kunjunni Nair
Kottaram Veettile Apputtan Kunjahammedkutty
Kallu Kondoru Pennu Kabeer
Aalibabayum Aarara Kallanmarum Head Constable Peeru Muhammed
1999 Deepasthambham Mahascharyam Saithali
English Medium
American Ammaayi
Garshom
Auto BrothersSaithikka
Swastham Gruhabharanam
Megham Kuruppu
PanchapandavarGafoorka
Prem Poojari Cook
Veendum Chila Veettukaryangal Kunjoonju

2000s

YearTitleRoleNotes
2000Kannadi Kadavathu
Swayamvara Panthal Chandran
Joker Khader
2001 Narendran Makan Jayakanthan Vaka Nambeeshan
Korappan the Great
Sharjah to Sharjah Velayudhan
Onnam Ragam
UnnathangalilMammu
Dubai Kunjappukutty
Ladies and Gentleman
GoaBhasheer
Bhadra
2002 Bamboo Boys Harithakumari's Father
Puthooramputhri Unniyarcha Aliyar
AkhilaAchu
Swarna MedalImpayi
Kayamkulam Kanaran
Kasillatheyum Jeevikkam
Yathrakarude Sradhakku Kunjahammed
2003 Mazhanool Kanav
Manassinakkare Kunji Khader
Pattanathil Sundaran Kanaran
Ammakilikkoodu Pareekutty
Soudamini
Pattalam Hamsa
Padam Onnu Oru Vilapam Hassan Moithu
Thilakkam Pathrose
ChoondaVijayan
Mullavalliyum Thenmavum Postman
2004 Perumazhakkalam Abdu
Maratha NaaduAlikutty
FreedomMoosakka
Vettam Hamsa/Ramakartha
2005 Thaskaraveeran Beerankutty
Boyy Friennd Khader
Maniyarakkallan
Naran Ahmadikka
Bharathchandran I.P.S. Kunjeeswaran Pillai
2006ShyaamamPanjayathu President
Pachakuthira
Photographer
Kilukkam Kilukilukkam Gafoorka
Rasathanthram Kunjoonju
Vargam
2007 Katha Parayumpol Devasia
KaakkiConstable Chekkutty
ThaniyePappi
Sorrya Kireedam
Aakasham Mammalikka
Vinodayathra Ananthan
Mayavi Koya
Kaiyoppu Alikkoya
2008 Bullet Chandramani
Magic Lamp Mamukkoya
Parunthu Kunjikka
Minnaminnikoottam Kunjikannan
Malabar Wedding Moonga Avukkar Abubacker
Shalabam Velayudhan
Innathe Chintha Vishayam Shajahan
Twenty:20 Khadar
2009Sanmanasullavan AppukuttanMoosa
MeghatheerthamAbukka
Ajantha
Colours
ChangathikooottamAliyar
Kappal Muthalaali
Shudharil Shudhan Jabbar
Currency Koyaikka
Kerala Varma Pazhassi Raja Athan Gurukkal
Venalmaram
Bhagyadevatha Pareethu

2010s

YearTitleRoleNotes
2010Nakharam
Text Book
Rhythm
Happy Husbands Pakshisatrakkaran
Cocktail Hakim Seth
Inganeyum OralAppu Pillai
Koottukar Ikka
Akasha Yathra
Kadha Thudarunnu Mamachan
Kandahar Mullah
2011 Adimadhyantham
Manushyamrugam Anthony
Innanu Aa Kalyanam Marriage Broker
Snehadaram
Usthava Kanavu
Teja Bhai & Family
Kalabha Mazha Kunjali
Sevenes Usman
Byari
Vellaripravinte Changathi Moonnaan
Snehaveedu Seyyidali
Oru Marubhoomikkadha Mammadkutty Bhai
Indian Rupee Rayin Ikka
2012Baavuttiyude Naamathil
Puthiya Theerangal
Face to Face Aalikkoya
Ajantha
Kaashh Manager
Lillies of March
Kalikaalam
916
Mallu Singh Ramankutty
Mazhavillinattam Vare
Molly Aunty Rocks! Salim
Ustad Hotel Ummar
2013 Musafir Kunjumohammed
Breaking News Live Beeran Koya
Vallatha Pahayan Saithalikka
Ithu Manthramo Thanthramo Kuthantramo
Ezhamathe Varavu Naagu
KQ
Ayal
Oru Soppetty Katha
Left Right Left Kasim
Lucky Star Pappan
2014 Mylanchi Monchulla Veedu
To Let Ambadi TalkiesThangal
Balyakalasakhi Narayanan Master
Aamayum Muyalum Kallu's Father
Polytechnic Habeeb
Swaha
On the Way
Nikah
Day Night Game
Masala RepublicBeerankka
To Noora With Love
Oru Korean Padam
Karanavar
Kaliyugaraman
Salalah Mobiles Mammad
2015 Ammakkoru Tharattu
John Honai Gafoor
Cinema @ PWD Rest HouseVijayettan
KL 10 Patthu Hamsakutty
Kunjiramayanam Welldone Vasu
Marutha
Nellikka
Call Me @
Oru Second Class YathraAlikkoya
Chirakodinja KinavukalBroker
Rajamma @ Yahoo Aimoottikka
2016 Oppam Kunjikka
Marubhoomiyile Aana Gafoor
Pachakallam
Sukhamayirikkatte
Angane Thanne Nethave Anchettennam Pinnale
Campus Diary
2017 Godha Pockerikka
Puthan Panam Avukku
God Say
Oru Visheshapetta Biriyani Kissa
Onpatham Valavinappuram
Hello Dubaikkaran
Aana Alaralodalaral Ibrahim [19]
Aadu 2 Irumbu Abdullah
2018 Aabhaasam
Ente Ummante Peru Hamzakoya
Kaitholachathan
2019 Kakshi: Amminippilla Shanmughan
Mask Valiyauppa
Oru Mass Kadha VeendumKeshavan
Swapnarajyam
Vikruthi Muhammad
Muttayikkallanum Mammaliyum
Vishudha Pusthakam
Marconi Mathai
Vallikkettu
Madhaveeyam

2020s

YearTitleRoleNotes
2020 Halal Love Story AbukkaCameo
Sameer
Love FM
Sufiyum Sujatayum Muezzin
2021 One Ibrahim
Kuruthi Moosa Khader
Cabin
Janazah
Marakkar: Arabikadalinte Simham Aboobakkar Haji
Minnal Murali Dr. Narayanan
Oru Thathvika Avalokanam Aseem Bhai
2022Kannadi
Member Rameshan 9aam Ward Abu
Pyali Nicholan
Thattasherikootam Beeran
Niyogam
Padachone Ingalu Kaatholee
Theerppu Musaliyar
Peace Sukumaran
2023 Uru Sreedharan Ashari [20]
Sulaikha Manzil Moothappa [21]
Mukalparappu [22]

Tamil

YearTitleRoleNotes
1990 Arangetra Velai
2006 Kasu Taxi driver
2022 Cobra Bhavana's grandfather [23]

French

YearTitleRoleNotes
1997 Fire in Paradise  [ fr ]Joseph

Television

Short films

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