Vineeth Mohan

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Vineeth Mohan
വിനീത് മോഹൻ
Nationality Indian
Alma mater Union Christian College, Aluva, Kendriya Vidyalaya N.A.D
Occupation Actor
Years active2013-present
Notable work
Aadu Oru Bheegara Jeeviyanu, Adi Kapyare Kootamani

Vineeth Mohan. [1] [2] is a Malayalam film actor, he made his debut in Memories. He acted in Peruchazhi , Aadu, Aadu 2, Adi Kapyare Kootamani. [3] He is more popular for his roles in Aadu, Adi Kapyare Kootamani and Aadu 2. [4] He also acted with director Jeethu Joseph's debut acting Ottamooli as co-actor. [5] His upcoming movie is Uriyadi.


Personal life

Vineeth was born at Kollam, Kerala. [1] He completed his schooling at Kendriya Vidhyalaya, Kalamassery and graduated with a Degree in BSc. Mathematics from Union Christian College, Aluva in 2010. [4] [2] [6]

He was a bank employee in Syndicate Bank, and he resigned from the job to pursue a career in acting in 2013. [2] [6]


2013 Memories Cameo Jeethu Joseph [6]
2014 Peruchazhi Mukesh's Driver Arun Vaidyanathan [6]
2015 Aadu - Oru Bheegara Jeevi Aanu [7] Moonga Kuttan Midhun Manuel Thomas [6]
AkashavaniSharathKhais [7]
Adi Kapyare Kootamani KoshyJohn Varghese [6] [7]
2017 Thrissivaperoor Kliptham Fr. Gregory PaulyRatheish Kumar
Aadu 2 Moonga Kuttan Midhun Manuel Thomas
2019SulluSureshVishnu Bharadwaj
2020UriyadiRahulA.J Varghese

Short films

2017KalkiHarish Mohan
2019Ottamooli [5] Santhosh Lakshman
2020LuttapiSanthosh Lakshman


2016SIIMA Award for Best Male Debut – (Malayalam) Adi Kapyare Kootamani Nominated [8]

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