Sasi Kalinga

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Sasi Kalinga
V. Chandrakumar

Died(2020-04-07)7 April 2020
Alma mater Kerala Government Polytechnic College
Years active2002 – 2020

V. Chandrakumar, better known by his stage name Sasi Kalinga, was an Indian actor who worked in Malayalam cinema. [1] He acted in Paleri Manikyam: Oru Pathirakolapathakathinte Katha (2009), Pranchiyettan & the Saint (2010), Indian Rupee (2011), Adaminte Makan Abu (2011) and in Amen (2013). [2]


Personal life

Sasi Kalinga received his primary education at St. Joseph's Boys' Higher Secondary School, and earned a diploma in automobile engineering from Kerala Government Polytechnic College, Kozhikode. He was married to Prabhavathi. He have two children—Amrutha Anoop and Aishwarya C. Kumar [3] He died on 7 April 2020 in a private hospital in Kozhikode. [4] [5] [6]


2021DeadlinePosthumously released
2019 Kuttymama Tea Shop Owner
2017 Oru Cinemakkaran Chacko
2017 Munthirivallikal Thalirkkumbol Shivan
2016 Pulimurugan Balan
2016 Kasaba Linguswamy
2016 Hallelooya Outha
2015 Amar Akbar Anthony Ramanan
2015 Loham Stranger
2015 Utopiayile Rajavu Murari
2015 Jilebi Kumarettan
2015 Njan Samvidhanam Cheyyum
2015 Ellam Chettante Ishtam Pole
2015 32aam Adhyayam 23aam Vaakyam  Narayanan
2015 Oru Second Class Yathra
2015 The Reporter
2015 Perariyathavar Band Master
2014  Karanavar
2014 Homely Meals
2014 Vellimoonga Ammavan
2014 Naku Penta Naku Taka
2014 Money Ratnam Karim
2014 Koothara Sulaiman
2014 Ulsaha Committee Kadavil Basan
2013Green Apple
2013 Philips and the Monkey Pen Moorthy
2013 Nadan
2013 Idukki Gold Dead Body
2013 Sringaravelan
2013 Vallatha Pahayan
2013 Amen Chathappan
2013 Rebecca Uthup Kizhakkemala
2013 Isaac Newton S/O Philipose
2013 Paisa Paisa Aalikka
2013 August Club
2012 The Hitlist
2012 Mullamottum Munthiricharum
2012 The Reporter
2012 Madirasi
2012 Karmayodha
2012 Matinee
2012 Bhoopadathil Illatha Oridam
2012 Jawan of Vellimala
2011 Adaminte Makan Abu Kabeer
2011 Janapriyan
2011 Indian Rupee
2011 Snehaveedu
2011 Manikyakkallu Sashi
2011 Three Kings Sabu
2011 Khaddama
2010 Pranchiyettan & the Saint Eyyappan
2010 Penpattanam
2010 Pokkiri Raja
2010 Pithavum Kanyakayum
2009 Paleri Manikyam: Oru Pathirakolapathakathinte Katha DySP Mohandas Manalath
2009 Kerala Cafe "Makal" Episode

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