Ali (actor)

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Ali
Born Rajahmundry, Andhra Pradesh, India
Residence Hyderabad, Telangana, India
Nationality Indian
Years active 1979 - Present
Spouse(s) Zubeda Sultana Begum
(m.1994–present)
Relatives Khayyum
Awards Telugu Filmfare Best Comedian Award
2005 Super

Ali (born 10 October 1968) is an Indian actor and TV presenter who works predominantly in Telugu cinema. He acted in more than 1000 films in Telugu, Tamil and Hindi. He is a regular actor in Pawan Kalyan and Puri Jagannadh movies. The Academy of Global Peace conferred an honorary doctorate to Ali on 25 May 2013 at Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu.[1] He won two Filmfare Awards and two Nandi Awards.and famous for his cameo roles.

Early life

Ali was born in a poor family in Rajahmundry, Andhra Pradesh, India. His father was a tailor and his mother was a home maker. He has one younger brother named Khayyum, who is also an actor.[2] He got married on 23 January 1994 at Mandapet, and has two daughters and a son (Mohd. Fathima Rameezun, Mohd Abdul Subhan & Zuveria Meethi)

Career

Ali came into the movie industry with the help of Jit Mohan Mitra, Rajahmundry's musical company. He debuted in the movie Nindu Noorellu in 1979 under the direction of K. Raghavendra Rao. He went to Chennai when director Bharathi Raja was looking for child actors for his movie "Seethakoka Chiluka", and was given a role. As a child Ali acted in several movies. When he was too old to be a child actor he struggled to get roles and later became a comedian in Tollywood.

Director S. V. Krishna Reddy gave him comic roles in his movies, creating new roles for him. Ali developed his own style, which was popularly known as Chaata. Ali acted in Kannada movie Super (2010 Kannada film).

Ali is a brand ambassador for anti-itching medicine Manmohan Jaadoo Malaam. He became host for a talkie show called Ali Talkies in MAA TV.[3] He is also host of the popular talk show "Ali tho saradaga" by ETV.

Awards

Year Award Category Film Result
2003 Filmfare Awards Filmfare Best Comedian Award (Telugu) Amma Nanna O Tamila Ammayi Won
2005 Super Won
Nandi Awards

Filmography

Below is the selected filmography of Ali.

References

  1. ^ "Telugu actor Ali dedicates Doctorate honour to his father". news18.com. News 18. Retrieved 27 October 2016. 
  2. ^ "South Indian movies popular Comedian Ali". nettv4u.com. Retrieved 27 October 2016. 
  3. ^ http://www.in.com/tv/shows/maa-tv-279/ali-talkies-66212.html

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