Santhosh Jogi
Born
Santhosh Jogi

(1975-06-25)25 June 1975
Eravimangalam, Kerala, India
Died13 April 2010(2010-04-13) (aged 34)
OccupationActor/singer
Years active2004–2010

Santhosh Jogi (1974/1975 – 13 April 2010) was a Malayalam film actor and singer who acted in more than 30 films. He marked his debut in a 2004 Malayalam movie, Two Wheeler. His most memorable roles were in Mayavi, in which he played the main villain role, and in Keerthichakra, in which he played the role of a military officer.

Personal life

Jogi was born in Eravimangalam, the son of Purathu Sethumadhavan and Komattil Malathi Amma. He completed his education from Vyasa College, Thrissur. He started his career as a singer at local stage programmes. After his debut in Two Wheeler, he worked as a professional singer in Dubai and played supporting roles, often as villains, in several Malayalam films. He was married to Jijy on 24 June 2001 and had two daughters, Chithralekha and Kapila.[1]

Death

Santhosh Jogi was found dead in his friend's flat at Thrissur on 13 April 2010. His body was found hanging from a fan, and the police stated that the suicide was due to family problems.[2][3]

Filmography

  1. Rajamanikyam (2005)
  2. Ponmudipuzhayorathu (2005)
  3. Iruvattam Manavatti (2005)
  4. Pulijanmam (2006)
  5. Rashtram (2006)
  6. Balram vs. Tharadas (2006)
  7. Keerthichakra (2006)
  8. Oruvan (2006)
  9. Ali Bhai (2007)
  10. Big B (2007)
  11. Chotta Mumbai (2007)
  12. Mayavi (2007)
  13. Nazrani (2007)
  14. Two Wheeler (2007)
  15. 4 July (2007)
  16. Khaki (2007)
  17. Chandranilekkulla Vazhi (2008)
  18. Malabar Wedding (2008)
  19. Kurukshethra (2008)
  20. Mulla (2008)
  21. Pokkiri Raja (2010) (posthumously)
  22. Apoorvaragam (2010) (posthumously)
  23. Christian Brothers (2011) (posthumously)

References

  1. ^ Mangalam – Varika 28-Apr-2014[usurped!]
  2. ^ "Santhosh Jogi malayalam actor found dead". India Summary. 13 April 2010. Archived from the original on 15 April 2010. Retrieved 30 August 2010.
  3. ^ "Cine actor Santhosh Jogi found hanging". Mathrubhumi. 14 April 2010. Archived from the original on 15 April 2010. Retrieved 30 August 2010.