The superstar of the Malayalam film industry Mohanlal has turned 62 years old today on May 21. Even at this age, he defeats the good young actor. How much excitement there is among Mohanlal's fans about his birthday can be gauged from Twitter, where a day before Mohanlal's birthday, the #HappyBirthdayLalettan for the actor starts to be run. Mohanlal, who started his film career in 1978, has acted in more than 350 movies so far. He is the highest-paid actor of the Malayalam movie industry.
Mohanlal has always said one thing that language in the world of cinema has not been interrupted in any way. By saying this, he always pointed out that if he gets a chance to work in Hindi cinema whenever he is going to work in cinema, he is definitely going to do it in Hindi. Mohanlal is also a fan of the century's megastar Amitabh Bachchan.
Unheard of things related to superstars: The superstar was born on May 21, 1960, in Kerala. His full name is Mohanlal Viswanathan Nair. Mohanlal is fondly called his fan Lalettan. Today, on the occasion of the superstar's birthday, we are going to share with you some interesting facts, which are related to Mohanlal and you have never heard of them before. So let's know 08 unheard things of the superstar...
He was also a professional wrestler before stepping into cinema. He won the Kerala State Wrestling Championships in 1977-78. He was 18 when he stepped into the film industry. His first film was Thiranottam, which could not be released.
2. Mohanlal is famous for his dedication. He is the only actor in the Malayalam movie industry to have the record for the most number of movies and most hits in his name. The most popular hits in a year are theirs in the Malayalam industry.
According to reports, Mohanlal had 34 movies released in 1986, out of which 28 of his movies have become box office hits.
Guru, released in 1997, was the first Malayalam movie to find a place in the Oscar nominations from India. In this movie, Mohanlal had done a great job.
He is the only actor to have received the IIFA Award. He received this award for his Bollywood movie company.
Mohanlal was chosen as the most popular Keralite in an online survey conducted by CNN-IBN to mark the 50th anniversary of the formation of Kerala in 2006.
Mohanlal became the first Indian actor to get the honorary rank of Lieutenant Colonel in the Territorial Army of India in 2009.