Mohanlal, actor and producer in Malayalam cinema has been known for his unconventional portrayals. Displaying uncommon finesse, talent and restraint in any role that he takes onscreen, he is at ease playing the tormented soul with restraint or the larger-than-life super hero with a loudness that is deafening.
Mohanlal and Bharat Gopy came together onscreen for the first time in Navodaya’s Ente Mamattikutty Ammaykku in 1983, which remains one of the biggest commercial successes in Malayalam cinema. They went on to create some memorable films together in the following years – Kattathe Kilikkoodu, Appunni, Aduthaduthu, Akkare, Karimbinpoovinakkare, and Rasathanthram, to name a few. You could find an extended version of this note in the foreword to John Paul’s book on Bharat Gopy, “Adayalanakshathramayi Gopy.”
Bharath Gopi was a versatile actor. I can’t forget the song ” Poo Kumkumapoo” from rasathanthram. Brilliant actor with passion on theatre.
What an actor. I really don’t have anyone now to compare with him. He was living in his movies. I cannot forget the acting he has displayed in the movie: Chidambaram.
HE IS A BEST ACTOR..AND HE SHOWS THE WAY OF ACTING STYLES.NO ONE CAN BEAT HIS EXPRESSIONS AND MOVEMENTS ,WE ARE REALLY MISSING HIS PRESENCE.
IMHO Bharat Gopy is a living legend. Roles , characters portrayed by Bharat Sir were so realistic that I felt as if I was a silent spectator in the scene and watching him in the act. My favorite sting of Bharath sir is Kodiyettam (1977).