Anil Murali was an Indian film actor who mainly worked in the Malayalam Film Industry. He had acted in more than 200 films in his career spanning over twenty seven years.
Anil Murali was born in 1964 (age 56 years; at the time of death) in Thiruvananthapuram.
Height (approx.): 5′ 9″
Hair Colour: Black
Eye Colour: Brown
Family & Caste
Anil Murali belonged to a Hindu Family.
Parents & Siblings
Anil Murali was the son of Muraleedharan Nair and Sreekumari Amma. He had an elder brother and a younger sister.
Wife & Children
Anil was married to Suma. Together, they have a son, Adithya and a daughter, Arundhati.
Anil Murali started his acting career in 1993 with the Malayalam film, “Kanyakumariyil Oru Kavitha.” Next, he appeared in films like “Daivathinte Vikrithikal” (1994), “Stalin Sivadas” (1999), “Valathottu Thirinjal Nalamathe Veedu” (2003), “Nerariyan CBI” (2005), and “Chanthupottu” (2005). Some of his popular Malayalam films include “Ivar,” “Lion,” “Babakalyani,” “Nasrani,” “City of God,” and “Amen.”
He made his television debut in 2005 with the TV series, “Kadamattathu Kathanar.” Subsequently, he appeared in TV serials like “Sindhooracheppu,” “Chakravakam,” “Kadamatathachan,” and “Akashadoothu.” Anil made his Telugu film debut in 2011 with the film, “Ragile Kasi.” He, then, appeared in the Telugu film, “Janda Pai Kapiraju” (2015).
His Tamil film debut came in the year 2013 with the film, “6.” Thereafter, he featured in Tamil films like “Thani Oruvan,” “Kanithan,” “Kodi,” “Thondan,” and “Jiivi.”
Arun Murali died on Thursday, 30 July 2020 at Aster Medcity, Kochi due to liver disease. The Indian Express
- Beverage: Coffee
- Colour: White
- His hobbies included reading and listening to music.
- Murali started out in the film industry by playing villain roles and later shifted to character roles.
- Anil was last seen in the Malayalam film, “Forensic,” which was released in 2020.
- The upcoming film, “Professor Dinkan” will mark Anil’s last project.
- Interestingly, Anil acted in over 16 films in the year 2012 and in 9 films in the year 2013.
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