Kay Kay Menon Wiki, Biography, Age, Wife, Family, Education, Height, Weight, Movies List, Career, Profession, Net Worth

Kay Kay Menon Wiki and Biography: Kay Kay Menon, the real name Krishna Kumar Menon, was born on October 2, 1966, and is an Indian actor who primarily appears in Hindi films but also has worked in those of the Gujarati, Tamil, Marathi, and Telugu film industries.

Kay Kay Menon

Kay Kay Menon Wiki: Biography, Age, Wife, Family, Education, Height, Weight, Movies List, Career, Profession, Net Worth

Real Name Krishna Kumar Menon
Nick Name Kay Kay
Profession Actor
Famous For Movies
Wife Name Nivedita Bhattacharya
Physical Status
Age  56 Years
Height 6 Feet 2 Inch
Weight 80 Kgs
Eye Color Grey
Hair Color Brown
Personal Information
Date of Birth 2 October 1966
Birth Place Kerala, India
Zodiac Sign Libra
Nationality Indian
School Name St. Josephs Boys High School, Khadki, Pune (1st-6th Standard)
College Name Mumbai University (Bachelor in Physics)
Department of Management Sciences (PUMBA), Pune University (MBA)
Qualifications Bachelors – Physics
MBA – Marketing
Family Profile
Father Name NA
Mother Name NA
Siblings NA
Career Actor
Source of Income Movies, Commercials, TV Shows
Appeared In Movies, Commercials, TV Shows
Net Worth Salary 54 Crores+(Approx.)

Kay Kay Menon Biography

Kay Kay Menon Education

In Khadki, Pune, he attended St. Joseph High School. In 1981, he finished his high school education. He received his Bachelor of Science in Physics from Mumbai University and his Master of Business Administration from the University of Pune’s Department of Management Sciences (PUMBA) in 1988.

Kay Kay Menon Early Life

The Nair family from which Menon hails settled in Thiruvananthapuram, and he spent his formative years there and in the cities of Ambarnath and Pune in the Indian state of Maharashtra.

Kay Kay Menon Career

He met the woman who would become his wife, Nivedita Bhattacharya, during his early years working in theatre. He made his Broadway debut in Feroz Abbas Khan’s Mahatma vs. Gandhi, starring opposite Naseeruddin Shah.

Menon started his acting career on television, appearing in shows like Zebra 2 and Last Train To Mahakali. In the Ketan Mehta–directed Zee TV series Pradhan Mantri (2001), he played a young Prime Minister and received much acclaim. An actor to watch, according to The Hindu’s Sevanti Ninan, “Kay Kay Menon… this unusually tall actor who plays the pradhan Mantri is a major saving grace,” while Amita Malik praised “excellent acting by Menon, who skilfully conveys the physical as well as the mental image of the honest politician” in The Tribune.

After making his debut in a supporting part in Naseem (1995), Menon starred in the largely forgotten 1999 film Bhopal Express. In the beginning of his film career, Menon encountered several such setbacks. Early in his career, he was cast in Anurag Kashyap’s censorship-plagued and still-unreleased debut film, Paanch. He played a nefarious rock musician. The release of two more films, Hazaaron Khwaishein Aisi and Black Friday, was delayed for a very long time. Deewar, featuring Amitabh Bachchan, and Silsiilay, starring Shahrukh Khan, were two of his commercial films that bombed. Ram Gopal Varma’s Sarkar gave Menon his big break, and it wasn’t until 2005 that his critically acclaimed Hazaaron Khwaishein Aisi was finally released. His portrayal of Sarkar garnered him a nomination for Best Performance in a Negative Role at the Filmfare Awards. For further reading on this topic, see the [citation needed] One of Bollywood’s finest actors, according to The Tribune’s Saibal Chatterjee.

He played an adulterous spouse in the 2007 film Life in a… Metro. Adapted from A Few Good Men, he starred in Shaurya in 2008. His performance as a cold-hearted army brigadier is legendary in the world of film. In the 2009 film The Stoneman Murders, he played a police officer searching for the Stoneman serial killer. He was Dukki Bana in the film Gulaal.

His performance as Khurram Mir in the 2014 film Haider earned him the Best Supporting Actor awards from both Filmfare and the International Indian Film Academy. As the captain of an Indian Navy submarine, S21, he played a pivotal role in The Ghazi Attack, in which he prevented the destruction of the INS Vikrant in 1971 by intercepting a Pakistani submarine, PNS Ghazi, during routine reconnaissance. Penalty (2019), in which he co-starred with Mohit Nain, was his first major film role.

As Himmat Singh in the 2020 season of Hotstar’s web series Special Ops, he wowed and became more well-known. In 2021’s Special Ops 1.5, a prequel to the original, he reprised his role as a young Himmat Singh (the R&AW chief of staff). Many online video streaming service users thought he did a great job in this show. With the release of “Special Ops Universe,” conceived and planned by filmmaker Neeraj Pandey and Friday Storytellers, Hotstar Specials is ushering in a new era of storytelling in the wake of the massive success of the espionage thriller Special Ops.

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