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Sunanda Murali Manohar

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Name  Sunanda Manohar
Role  Film producer
Spouse  Dr J Murali Manohar

Movies  Kochadaiiyaan, Kaadhal Kavithai, Jeans, Jodi, Minnale
Similar People  Praveen Gandhi, Ashok Amritraj, Agathiyan, Sunil Lulla, Soundarya R Ashwin

Sunanda Murali Manohar is an Indian-British film producer and entrepreneur, based in London England. She has produced, along with her husband, Dr. J. Murali Manohar (an ENT Surgeon), several Indian, American and British films, including Indian Summer (British 1987), Blood Stone (US 1988), Jungle Boy (US 2001), Tropical Heat (US 2002), Inferno (US 2006), Jeans (1998 film), Jeans (Tamil 1998), JODI (Tamil 1999), Minnale (Tamil 2001), Majnu (Tamil 2002), Arasatchi (Tamil 2003), Backwaters (English/UK 2004), Ramji Londonwale (Hindi/UK 2005), Telling Lies (English/UK 2005), Provoked (English/UK 2006), Sajni (Kannada/ UK 2006), Dhaam Dhoom (Tamil 2008), Mirattal (2008), Chikku Bukku (Tamil 2010), and Kochadaiiyaan (2014).

In 2001, she launched "South for You", a south Indian Tamil Channel on Sky network in Great Britain, and was running it till 2011. When she sold it, the channel was taken over by UTV.

She is the daughter of R. N. Mandre, a veteran in Production, Distribution and Exhibition of Hindi and Kannada films for more than 50 years, who built the first air-conditioned theater Sangam, in Bangalore and Mysore. Sharmila Mandre, a popular Kannada actor, is her niece.


  • Indian Summer (UK) English (1997)
  • Blood stone (US) English (1988)
  • Tropical Heat (US) English 2001
  • Jungle Boy (US) English (2001)
  • Inferno (US) English (1994)
  • Jeans (1998)
  • Jodi (1999)
  • Minnale (2001)
  • Majunu (2001)
  • Arasatchi (2004)
  • Ramji Londonwale (2005)
  • Thambi (2006)
  • Provoked (2007)
  • Dhaam Dhoom (2008)
  • Modhi Vilayadu (2009)
  • Chikku Bukku (2010)
  • Mirattal (2012)
  • Kochadaiiyaan (2014)
  • References

    Sunanda Murali Manohar Wikipedia

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