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Gopalakrishnan Padmanabhan Pillai (born 27 October 1972), best known by his stage name Dileep, is an Indian film actor who is also a mimicry artist, producer, assistant director, and businessman. He is most popular for his slapstick comedy roles in Malayalam films. His career spans over a quarter-century, with over a 130 films to his credit. Dileep
Dileep
began his film career as an assistant director in director Kamal's 1991 film Vishnulokam. He attained popularity through his mimicry acts in stage shows and Comicola, a television comedy series aired on Asianet. He made his acting debut in a small role in Kamal's 1992 film Ennodu Ishtam Koodamo. His role as Dileep
Dileep
in the 1994 film Manathe Kottaram paved the way to his acting career. Films such as Sallapam (1996), Ee Puzhayum Kadannu (1996), Punjabi House (1998), and Chandranudikkunna Dikhil
Chandranudikkunna Dikhil
(1999) established his status as a prominent actor during the late-1990s. After delivering back-to-back hits in the early-2000s with films such as Thenkasipattanam (2000), Joker (2000), Ee Parakkum Thalika
Ee Parakkum Thalika
(2001), Ishtam (2001), Mazhathullikkilukkam (2002) and Kalyanaraman (2002), Dileep
Dileep
established himself as a bankable lead star in the Malayalam film industry with the blockbuster success of Meesa Madhavan (2002).[3] He won the Filmfare Award for Best Actor for his role as Madhavan in Meesa Madhavan. He won his first Kerala
Kerala
State Film Award ( Special
Special
Jury) for his performance as Vimal Kumar (Kunjan) in Kunjikoonan (2002) and later won the Best Actor Award for his performance as Mukkom Shajahan in the film Vellaripravinte Changathi (2011). Dileep's 2015 film Two Countries
Two Countries
and 2017 film Ramleela went on to make more than ₹50 crores, making those among the top 10 highest-grossing Malayalam films.[4] Dileep
Dileep
ventured into production and produced and starred in C.I.D. Moosa (2003) under the banner Graand Production.[5] Kathavasheshan (2004) won Dileep
Dileep
the Kerala
Kerala
State Film Award for Second Best Film as a producer. In 2008, under the banner of Grand Production, Dileep produced Twenty:20 by casting most of the mainstream actors of Malayalam cinema, which had become the highest grossing Malayalam film at that time. He produced the multi-starer in order to raise funds for the Association of Malayalam Movie Artists
Association of Malayalam Movie Artists
(AMMA). Grand Production went on to produce films such as Malarvaadi Arts Club
Malarvaadi Arts Club
(2010) and The Metro (2011). On 10 July 2017, Dileep
Dileep
was arrested by the Kerala
Kerala
Police and subsequently remanded for conspiracy of kidnapping and attempt of rape of an Indian film actress.[6][who?] Dileep
Dileep
was later denied bail by a magistrate court and the Kerala
Kerala
High Court.[7] On 4 October 2017, Dileep
Dileep
was released on bail by the High Court with certain conditions.[8]

Contents

1 Early life 2 Career

2.1 1991–2000 2.2 2000s 2.3 2010s

3 Personal life 4 Legal History

4.1 Actress Molestation Case

4.1.1 Background 4.1.2 Case investigation 4.1.3 Aftermath

5 Filmography

5.1 Playback singing

6 Awards 7 References 8 External links

Early life[edit] Dileep
Dileep
was born Gopalakrishnan as the eldest among three children to Padmanabhan Pillai and Sarojam on 27 October 1973 in Edavanakad, Ernakulam district, Kerala.[9] He has a younger brother, Anoop and a younger sister, Sabitha.[10] He studied in VVBHS high school, where he passed 10th Standard in 1985, and joined Union Christian College, Aluva
Aluva
(pre-degree, 3rd group, 1985–1987) and pursued a degree in History from Ernakulam Maharaja's College.[11][12] Dileep
Dileep
started to take mimicry seriously at Maharaja's.[11] Dileep
Dileep
rendered his voice in Onam-based comic albums "De Maveli Kombathu", with his friends Nadirshah
Nadirshah
and Abi. Career[edit] 1991–2000[edit] Dileep
Dileep
started his career at Kalabhavan, working as a mimicry artist. He also performed in Asianet's comedy show Comicola. Later he got a chance to be the assistant director to Kamal. While being an assistant director, Dileep
Dileep
did some small roles, debuting with just a small scene in Kamal's Ennodu Ishtam Koodamo (1992). Kamal recommended his name to many directors. The film Manathe Kottaram (1994), directed by Sunil, gave him the first break and his screen name Dileep
Dileep
came into place through the character of the same name that he played. Other minor roles during this time included Joshi's Sainyam (1993), Sibi Malayil's Sindoora Rekha (1995), Viji Thampi's Pidakozhi Koovunna Nootand (1994), Kamal's Ulladakkam
Ulladakkam
(1993) and Sudhinam (1994),Thooval Kottaram (1996), Swapna Lokathe Balabhaskaran (1996), Ee Puzhayum Kadannu in 1996. Sallapam (1996) gave him the much-needed break and he became a recognizable figure in the movie industry. He played a supporting role in I. V. Sasi's Varnapakittu in 1997.Punjabi House (1998) was a major success for the actor and it saw the beginning of the popular Dileep-Harishri Asokan combo. His other films Meenathil Thalikettu (1998) and Chandranudikkunna Dikhil
Chandranudikkunna Dikhil
(1999) also fared well. 2000s[edit] Dileep
Dileep
started the millennium with hits like Mister Butler (2000) and Darling Darling (2000). He played a supporting role in the blockbuster Thenkasipattanam (2000). He ended the year with Joker (2000). The movie depicting the hardship of circus artists was a critical and commercial success. Ee Parakkum Thalika
Ee Parakkum Thalika
(2001) was also a major success.Ishtam (2001), Mazhathullikkilukkam (2002) were above average grosses. He ended the year with Kunjikoonan (2002). He won the Kerala
Kerala
State Film Special
Special
Jury Award for playing Kunjan in Kunjikoonan. The movie was also a considerable box-office success. With Lal Jose's Meesa Madhavan (2002) Dileep
Dileep
turned an overnight superstar. He played to perfection the role of the thief Madhavan. The movie was the year's highest grosser and his chemistry with Kavya Madhavan was wooed. The movie's music was composed by Vidyasagar and the movie achieved cult status in the state. Kalyanaraman (2003), Jayaraj's Thilakkam
Thilakkam
(2003), and Johny Antony's C.I.D. Moosa
C.I.D. Moosa
(2003) (which he produced himself) continued the actor's dream box office run. He also produced and starred in T. V. Chandran's Kadhavaseshan (2004). In 2004, he starred in Priyadarshan's Vettam. Despite the initial hype, the movie tanked at the box-office. Chanthupottu (2005) saw his reunion with Lal Jose. The movie was commercially and critically well received. He also won a Special
Special
Mention at the Kerala State Film Awards for his performance in the movie.[citation needed]. He ventured into action with Joshy's Runway (2004). The movie broke several box-office records and gave Dileep
Dileep
the tag of Popular Actor. Kochirajavu (2005) his next release was an above average grosser. Lion (2006) a political thriller was another blockbuster for the actor. His next releases were Chess (2006) and Don (2006). The former was a below average grosser while the Shaji Kailas directed Don despite its huge initial pull bombed at the box-office. He played the athlete Arjun in Speed Track, the debut of director Jayasurya. His second film with the director Sathyan Anthikad, Vinodayathra, was released in April 2007. The movie gave Dileep
Dileep
his first success after several duds. He appeared in Blessy's Calcutta News (2008). The movie failed critically and commercially. In 2006 he lent his voice to the dumb character played by Shahid Kapoor
Shahid Kapoor
in Priyadarshan's Hindi film Chup Chup Ke.[13] Story of the 2006 movie Pachakuthira
Pachakuthira
was written by Dileep.[14] Dileep
Dileep
produced Joshiy's Twenty:20 (2008). In 2009, his films included Crazy Gopalan, Moz & Cat directed by director Fazil. The former under performed at the box office while the latter bombed. Passenger. The movie was a sleeper hit and the actor's performance was well received. He ended the decade with critically acclaimed Swantham Lekhakan which saw him team up with Gopika
Gopika
after the super hit Chanthupottu. 2010s[edit] In the beginning of the 2010s, Dileep
Dileep
starred in Bodyguard directed by Siddique. The film was a moderate success while its remakes Kaavalan starring Vijay and Bodyguard starring Salman Khan
Salman Khan
became huge hits. The latter also reached the coveted 1,000,000,000 mark. Aagathan and Paappi Appacha
Paappi Appacha
were his next films. The former under performed while the latter fared well at the box office. His production venture Malarvaadi Arts Club
Malarvaadi Arts Club
was directed by Vineeth Sreenivasan
Vineeth Sreenivasan
which was also the debut vehicle of Nivin Pauly. The Hindi movie Toofan was released in 2010, which is a children's film, directed by Major Ravi.[15] In 2010, he also starred in his 100th movie Kaaryasthan. Despite mixed reports from critics, the movie was a blockbuster. In 2011, he starred in Marykkundoru Kunjaadu
Marykkundoru Kunjaadu
was a mega hit. He also appeared in multi starrer Christian Brothers and China Town. Both went on to become huge hits. In 2011, he also starred in Orma Mathram, The Filmstaar and Vellaripravinte Changathi
Vellaripravinte Changathi
for which he won a Kerala State Film Award for Best Actor.[16] His first release in 2012 was Spanish Masala
Spanish Masala
directed by Lal Jose. The movie under performed at the box office. His next movie in 2012 Mayamohini
Mayamohini
swept the box office by storm, it went on to become one of the highest grosser in the history of Mollywood. With Mr. Marumakan and My Boss
My Boss
he continued his dream box office run. His first release in 2013 was the multi starer Proprietors: Kammath & Kammath. Despite poor reviews, the star power of the leads (another being Mammootty) the movie became a big hit. He played the lead role in Vysakh's Sound Thoma
Sound Thoma
and later starred in Sringaravelan. Both fared well at the box office once again proving Janapriyanayakan Dileep's stronghold as the box office king. Nadodimannan and Ezhu Sundara Rathrikal failed considerably at the box office despite huge initial pull. In 2014 was he appeared in another hit Raffi's Ring Master
Ring Master
that grossed over 100,000,000. He also appeared in Avatharam and Villali Veeran. The former was an above average grosser while the latter flopped. In 2015 he starred in Ivan Maryadaraman, the official remake of Maryada Ramanna. The producers recovered its costs within the first week of the release but failed to become a hit. He followed it up with Chandrettan Evideya
Chandrettan Evideya
. The movie was critically and commercially successful. He also did a guest appearance in a song in Kannada star Shivrajkumar
Shivrajkumar
's Vajrakaya. He was last seen playing the title character in Jeethu Joseph's Life of Josutty. Despite their previous collaboration My Boss
My Boss
was a huge blockbuster, this movie becomes an above average grosser. "Two Countries" released on Christmas 2015 directed by Shafi became one of the biggest blockbuster hit in Dileep's career and the film received mostly positive review all over and became the highest-grossing film in his career. Two countries enters 50,000,000 and currently next to "Drishyam", "Pulimurugan", "oppam" and "Premam". In 2016 his first film was "King Liar" that entered the 20,000,000. Later he starred in Welcome to Central Jail, a commercial failuire and Pinneyum with veteran director Adoor Gopalakrishnan. His next movie Georgettans Pooram was an average hit. His latest film Rama Leela which came with his bail and release from Jail in actress abusing case was a runaway hit. After the long run of 90 day it crossed 80 cr from worldwide.It is now ranked 2nd in the list of all time malayalam box office collection After Pulimurugan
Pulimurugan
His upcoming movies are "Professor Dinkan" and Kammarasmbhavam in which he will share screen space with notable South Indian actor Siddharth. Personal life[edit] Dileep
Dileep
married actress Manju Warrier
Manju Warrier
on 20 October 1998.[17] The couple has one daughter, Meenakshi (born in 2000). In July 2014, Dileep
Dileep
filed for divorce which was granted on 31 January 2015.[18] Dileep
Dileep
married actress Kavya Madhavan
Kavya Madhavan
on 25 November 2016 at Vedanta Hotel, Kochi.[17][19] Legal History[edit]

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Actress Molestation Case[edit] On 10 July 2017, Dileep
Dileep
was arrested by the Kerala
Kerala
Police and subsequently remanded for conspiracy of kidnapping and rape attempt on an Indian film actress.[6][who?] Dileep
Dileep
was later denied bail by a magistrate court and the Kerala
Kerala
High Court.[7] On 4 October 2017, Dileep
Dileep
was released on bail by the High Court with certain conditions.[8] Background[edit] Dileep
Dileep
and Nadirshah
Nadirshah
were initially questioned by the Kerala
Kerala
Police for 13 hours and subsequently for ten hours in connection with an abduction and sexual assault of a popular Indian actress[who?] on 17 February 2017. She was kidnapped and then molested while traveling for work.[20] According to the FIR, a seven-member gang, with prime suspect (a.k.a Pulsar Suni), molested the actress for almost two-and-half hours inside the moving vehicle.[21][22][23] The actress finally took refuge at actor Lal's house and informed the police. The gang escaped in the van but was later arrested by the police.[24] The police registered an FIR with sections of rape, criminal intimidation, criminal conspiracy and relevant sections of the IT Act. The police said the victim's medical examination has confirmed rape.[25][26] The actress said that she is contemplating suing Dileep
Dileep
after he alleged that the actress was 'good friends with the accused Pulsar Suni'. The Kerala
Kerala
women's commission later registered a case against Dileep
Dileep
and three others regarding the derogatory comments against the actress.[27][28] Case investigation[edit] Dileep
Dileep
and his close friends were accused of masterminding the attack. The investigation suggests that the prime accused Sunil Kumar had contacted Dileep’s manager Appunni, whose anticipatory bail plea was rejected by the high court,[29] through various mobile numbers several times between November 2016 and February 2017. The police received information that Pulsar Suni visited Dileep
Dileep
at five different specified places, including the shooting locations of Dileep
Dileep
where the conspiracy was hatched. The police searched an online dress showroom called "Laksyah" owned by Dileep's present wife Kavya Madhavan
Kavya Madhavan
in search of a memory card in connection with the case investigation.[30] The CCTV visuals from a nearby shop shows that after committing the crime, the arrested driver had visited the boutique ‘Laksyah’.[31] On 25 July 2017, Kavya Madhavan was questioned by a special investigation team from kerala police for six hours probing the case.[32] The police also questioned singer Rimi Tomy
Rimi Tomy
and actor Siddique, both close friends of Dileep
Dileep
and his wife Kavya Madhavan, as part of the ongoing investigation.[33] Aftermath[edit] Following his arrest, Dileep's membership was revoked by film organisations, such as the Association of Malayalam Movie Artists (AMMA), Film Exhibitors United Organisation of Kerala
Kerala
(FEUOK), Kerala Film Producers Association (KFPA), and Film Employees Federation of Kerala
Kerala
(FEFKA).[34] Several political parties protested against Dileep; his effigy was burned and business firms were vandalised, including Dhe Puttu restaurant, and marched to his multiplex theatre D Cinemaas.[35] It was reported that Dileep's arrest had caused a ₹50–60 crore loss in Malayalam film industry. His then ongoing projects Kammara Sambhavam
Kammara Sambhavam
and Professor Dinkan was indefinitely delayed and Ramaleela, which was supposed to be released on 21 July 2017 was postponed in view of the arrest.[36] Filmography[edit] Main article: Dileep
Dileep
filmography Playback singing[edit]

Song Film Year Lyrics

"Theme Music" Chandranudikkunna Dikhil 1999 S. Ramesan Nair

"Onnaam Malakeri" Kalyanaraman 2002 Kaithapram Damodaran

"Saare Saare" Thilakkam 2003 Kaithapram Damodaran

"Kandaal Njaanoru" Sound Thoma 2013 Nadirshah

"Ashakoshale Pennundo" Sringaravelan 2013 Nadirshah

Awards[edit]

Kerala
Kerala
State Film Award

2011 – Kerala
Kerala
State Film Award for Best Actor – Vellaripravinte Changathi 2004 – Kerala
Kerala
State Film Award for Second Best Film – Kathavasheshan
Kathavasheshan
(producer) 2005 – Special
Special
Mention for Chanthupottu[37] 2002 – Special
Special
Jury Award for Kunjikoonan[38]

Filmfare Awards

2002 – Best Actor – Meesha Madhavan

Asianet
Asianet
Film Awards

2002 – Asianet
Asianet
Film Award – Best Actor – Kunjikoonan 2004 – Special
Special
Jury Award – Kathavasheshan 2008 – Best Film – Twenty:20 2010 – Most Popular Actor: Body Guard 2013 – Award of Excellence for completing 20 years in Malayalam film industry[39]

Vanitha Film Awards

2013 – Best popular Actor –

Kerala
Kerala
Film Critics Awards

Best Actor – Chanthupottu

JAIHIND FILM AWARDS

2010 – Most Popular Actor Award 2011 – Chalachitra Pratibha award 2012 – Best Actor – Mayamohini
Mayamohini
Arike 2013 – Most Popular Actor Award 2014 – Most Popular Actor Award

SIIMA AWARDS

2014 – Best Actor – Sound Thoma

AMRITA FILM AWARDS

2008 – Best Film – Twenty:20 2010 – Most Popular Actor Award

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Kerala
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Dileep
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Premji
(1988) Mammootty
Mammootty
(1989) Thilakan
Thilakan
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Mohanlal
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Thilakan
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Mohanlal
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Suresh Gopi
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(1999) O. Madhavan
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Sukumaran
(2006) Mohanlal
Mohanlal
(2007) Lal (2008) Mammootty
Mammootty
(2009) Salim Kumar
Salim Kumar
(2010) Dileep
Dileep
(2011) Prithviraj Sukumaran
Sukumaran
(2012) Fahadh Faasil
Fahadh Faasil
and Lal (2013) Sudev Nair
Sudev Nair
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Nivin Pauly
(2014) Dulquer Salmaan
Dulquer Salmaan
(2015) Vinayakan (2016) Indrans (2017)

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Kamal Haasan
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Nedumudi Venu
(1981) Bharath Gopi (1982) Bharath Gopi (1983) Mammootty
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(1984) Mammootty
Mammootty
(1985) Mohanlal
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(1986) Nedumudi Venu
Nedumudi Venu
(1987) Mohanlal
Mohanlal
(1988) Premji
Premji
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1990–2009

Mammootty
Mammootty
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Mammootty
(1991) Murali (1992) Mohanlal
Mohanlal
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Jayaram
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Mammootty
(1997) Balachandra Menon
Balachandra Menon
(1998) Mohanlal
Mohanlal
(1999) Mammootty
Mammootty
(2000) Jayaram
Jayaram
(2001) Dileep
Dileep
(2002) Jayaram
Jayaram
(2003) Mammootty
Mammootty
(2004) Mohanlal
Mohanlal
(2005) Mammootty
Mammootty
(2006) Mohanlal
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(2007) Lal (2008) Mammootty
Mammootty
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2010–present

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(2015) Nivin Pauly
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(2011) Mohanlal
Mohanlal
(2012) Dileep
Dileep
(2013) Nivin Pauly
Nivin Pauly
(2014) Prithviraj Sukumaran
Sukumaran
(2015) Mohanlal
Mohanlal
(2016)

Tamil

Dhanush
Dhanush
(2011) Dhanush
Dhanush
(2012) Sivakarthikeyan
Sivakarthikeyan
(2013) Dhanush
Dhanush
(2014) Vikram (2015) Sivakarthikeyan
Sivakarthikeyan
(2016)

Telugu

Mahesh Babu
Mahesh Babu
(2011) Pawan Kalyan
Pawan Kalyan
(2012) Mahesh Babu
Mahesh Babu
(2013) Balakrishna
Balakrishna
(2014) Mahesh Babu

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