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Who is Adoor Bhasi?
Adoor Bhasi: K. Bhaskaran Nair, known by his stage name Adoor Bhasi, was an Indian film actor and film director from Kerala. Adoor Bhasi was almost always cast as the man who stands next to the hero. His hilarious actions and roles became the cynosure of comic scenes in the Malayalam films of the 1950s, 60s, 70s and 80s. He is also famous for his eloquent speeches in fluent English. He directed three Malayalam films during the late 1970s.
- also known as K. Bhaskaran Nair, Bhasi, Kulathoor Bhaskaran Nair
- born on (88 years ago) in Vazhuthacaud, child of E. V. Krishna Pillai and Maheshwari Amma
- nationality: India
- profession: Actor, film director, film producer, playback singer
- died on (25 years ago)
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