N. F. Varghese
N F Varghese
Nadakkaparambil Francis Varghese
6 January 1949
|Died||19 June 2002 53) (aged|
|Alma mater||Union Christian College, Aluva|
|Years active||1989 – 2002|
N. F. Varghese (6 January 1949 – 19 June 2002) was an Indian actor who worked in Malayalam film industry. He began his career as a mimicry artist in Kalabhavan,acting in minor roles, but later he turned to strong villain roles. Akashadoothu was his major break through in career, which was his third film. He has acted in more than 100 films. He died at the age of 53 when he suffered heart attack and fell unconscious while driving his car. He lived along with his wife, 3 daughters and a son.
He was born in Nadakkapparambil Family in Aluva, Kerala, as the third child among 5 children of Francis and Alice from Uliyannoor island. He has an elder brother, Jose (retired college administrator, Union Christian College, Aluva), elder sister Elizabeth (retired Nurse), younger sister Dr.Lissy and youngest brother Sebastian (deceased). He had his primary education from Rajashree S.M. Memorial School, East Kadungallur, Aluva. He pursued M.A. in Malayalam from Union Christian College, Aluva.
He was married to Rosy from Kollamkudy Family in Kalady. The couple have 4 children named Sofia, Sony, Sumitha and Saira.
|1992||Vietnam Colony||Vijaya Rangaraju||Raother|
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