Suresh Gopi Telugu Dubbed Movies List [Recently Updated]

Suresh Gopi Telugu Dubbed Movies List: The 26th of June, 1959 is when Suresh Gopi entered the world in Kollam (Kerala), India. He is a popular actor in Malayalam, Tamil, Telugu, Hindi, and Kannada films, but he is also a politician, singer, philanthropist, social worker, TV host, and playback singer. Suresh Gopi is a well-known figure in various parts of South India, especially in Kerala. He goes under the name Suresh Gopinathan. He is now a representative in the upper house of parliament, the Rajya Sabha. The Infant Jesus School in Kollam is where he got his education. He graduated with a Master of Arts from Fatima Mata National College. It wasn’t until the 1965 film “Odayil Ninnum” that he made his acting debut. A National Film Award for Best Actor, he played Kannan Perumalayan in the 1997 film Kaliyattam.

Suresh Gopi Telugu Dubbed Movies List

 

Here are list of Suresh Gopi’s Telugu dubbed movies that everyone needs to see at least once.

Suresh Gopi Telugu Dubbed Movies List

S. No Movie Name In Malayalam Movie Name In Telugu
1 The Tiger Police Samrajyam
2 Crime File Crime File
3 Black Cat Police Commissioner 2
4 Cover Story Crime Story
5 Kanyakumari Express Kanyakumari Express
6 Collector Collector
7 Janathipathyam City Commissioner
8 Nariman Dhairyavanthudu
9 Police Commissioner Police Commissioner
10 Gangothri Political War
11 Detective CBI Enqiry
12 Mafia Mafia
13 Smart City Rudra Bhupathi
14 Yuvathurki Delhi Dairy
15 The City The City
16 Thakshashila Kashmir

In 2010, he was employed by Christian Brothers. He also had a role in the Dr. Vasudevan film, which was made in Tamil. Suresh Gopi has been vocal about a wide range of social issues for a long time, long before he entered politics. In the 2001 election, for example, many eligible voters were prevented from voting for various reasons on election day. The name of his mother-in-law was among those missing. He made a statement about it by not voting in that election.

His role as Police Commissioner Bharath Chandran IPS in Commissioner (1994) catapulted him to fame and cemented his place as a legend in Malayalam cinema. Remember this face?” (Ormayundo ee mugham?) is a famous line he delivered that has become practically a trademark of the character. His passionate performance of English dialogue in films has made him a household name. Known for taking on characters that were larger than life and often poked fun at governmental and societal corruption, he rose to fame and renown. His acting chops were on full display as “Kannan Perumalayan” in the 1997 film “Kaliyattam” (The play), a cinematic rendition of William Shakespeare’s “Othello.” For this performance, he won the National Award for best actor that year. The films Pathram (The Newspaper), Crime File, Kashmeeram, Janadhipathyam (Democracy), Sathayameva Jayathe (Sathyam), Thenkasipattanam (Highway), Summer in Bethlehem (Bharathchandran IPS), ‘F.I.R.’ (First Information Report), Tiger, and Chinthamani Kolacase were also very successful.

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