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Maadhu Balaji

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Occupation  Comedy actor
Siblings  Crazy Mohan
Role  Crazy Mohan's brother
Name  Maadhu Balaji
Family  Crazy Mohan (brother)


Movies  Billa, Poovellam Kettuppar, Jerry, Sura, Sachein
Similar People  Crazy Mohan, Santhana Bharathi, Vijay Adhiraj, S Ve Shekher, Uma Padmanabhan

Maadhu +2 | Crazy Mohan | Maadhu Balaji | Cheenu Mohan


Maadhu Balaji, born as Balaji, is an Indian actor and comedian known for his roles to Tamil theatre.

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Balaji has acted in a number of stage plays and films. He is the brother of the ace humorist and playwright Crazy Mohan.

Balaji graduated from the Vivekananda College, Madras University in Chennai. His stage career started during his college days where he started acting in a number of stage plays and dramas and was touted as a prospective stage and film actor.

With, Crazy Mohan and close friends Maadhu Balaji established Crazy Creations in 1979, one of the leading Drama Troupe in Tamil stage today with an impeccable history of 15 launches and over 5000 shows all round the globe.

Balaji acts as Maadhu, the lead role in all these dramas and has the amazing track record of not missing even one of these shows.

Films

Though majority of his work has been related to stage dramas, Maadhu Balaji has also done impressive roles in films like

  • Jerry (2006)
  • Poovellam Kettuppar (1999)
  • Chinna Chinna Aasaigal (1989)
  • Television Serials

    Maadhu Balaji has acted as hero in several popular Television serials including

  • Nine TV Serials of Crazy Mohan directed by S.B.Khanthan
  • Flight 172 and Sundaram & Sons of T. S. B. K. Moulee
  • Chinna Mani-Peria Mani of Y. G. Mahendran
  • Penn of Suhaasini
  • Chaaru Latha – Written and Directed by S.B.Khanthan
  • "Siri-ga-ma-pa-da-ni" ran 108 successful weeks, produced by GDR Communications and written by Crazy Mohan
  • "Nil Gavani Crazy" directed by S.B.Khanthan and written by Crazy Mohan, 66 episodes on Jaya TV
  • "Aachi International" of AVM
  • "Siri Siri Crazy"
  • "Crazy Times"
  • References

    Maadhu Balaji Wikipedia


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