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WHO I AM
  • Babu Antony
  • Cochin , India
  • babuantonyactor@gmail.com

  My name is Babu Antony aka Bob Antony. I weigh 185 lbs and stand 6 feet 3 inches tall. I have a bachelor’s degree in English Literature and a master degree in Human Resources Management from the University of Pune, India. I was the captain of the university volleyball team, and athletic teams. I taught martial arts to Papal pontifical college Pune many years. My interests include painting, poetry, nature, and meeting new people. Mr. Bharatan, a well-known director, introduced me to movies. I have done over 175 movies in five major Indian languages (Malayalam, Hindi, Tamil, Telugu and Kannada). I have played a wide range of roles as hero as well as supporting actor. Some of my movies were featured in national and international film festivals and won recognitions. In 2003, a special jury selected 31 movies, to have a festival and celebrate the 75th anniversary of Malayalam film industry. My past few major hits feature films are Vinnai Thandi Varuvaaya(Tamil, Telugu and Bollywood), Kanchana (Tamil, Telugu and Kannada), Kakka Muttai (Tamil), Grand Master, Idukky Gold and the newest release in Karinkunnam 6s a movie based on Volleyball released on 6th of July 2016. Another Malayalam Zachariya Pothen Jeevichripundu is due by end of July. All these movies I played central roles or Hero. I also have Martial Arts schools in the name of Babu Antony Schools of Martial Arts in GCC and one In USA, Missouri City, TX. [Read More...]   

ABOUT ME

My name is Babu Antony aka Bob Antony. I weigh 185 lbs and stand 6 feet 3 inches tall. I have a bachelor’s degree in English Literature and a master degree in Human Resources Management from the University of Pune, India. I was the captain of the university volleyball team, and athletic teams. I taught martial arts to Papal pontifical college Pune many years. My interests include painting, poetry, nature, and meeting new people.


Mr. Bharatan, a well-known director, introduced me to movies. I have done over 175 movies in five major Indian languages (Malayalam, Hindi, Tamil, Telugu and Kannada). I have played a wide range of roles as hero as well as supporting actor. Some of my movies were featured in national and international film festivals and won recognitions.


In 2003, a special jury selected 31 movies, to have a festival and celebrate the 75th anniversary of Malayalam film industry. Two of my movies, Vaishali and Sayahnam, were featured. The movie “Vaishali” is an untold story from an Indian epic called “Mahabharata”. Late Mr. Bharatan directed the movie and Mr. M T Vasudevan Nair, a renowned writer, wrote the script. I played a king, whose country had no rain for the past 11 years due to a Brahmin’s curse. The people were suffering from famine and starvation. According to the king’s guru/advisor, the only solution to this precarious predicament was to seduce a young and powerful saint, Rishyasringa, and bring him to perform a special prayer called ‘yaga’. The king entrusted this dangerous task of seducing the saint, with a beautiful girl called Vaishali, not knowing the fact that she was his illicit daughter. The movie ends with rain, the tragic death of Vaishali’s mother, and the king’s inability to accept Vaishali as his daughter as promised for bringing the saint.


In “Sayanam”, I played a pauper who disobeyed all the Ten Commandments. Hence, the church buried him among other outlaws. A year later, his grave was unearthed to bury another. The church authorities were shocked to see his body intact. According to the church, only saints’ bodies remain undamaged. As a result, the church authorities began to analyze his life.


“Aparahnam” is another remarkable film in my career. The Sanskrit word aparahnam means the time between afternoon and evening. It is considered as the most confused part of the day. Similarly, the movie talks about the most confused stage of the character’s life. The character I played is an ex terrorist, who finds it difficult to cope with the society. Both the movies Aparahnam and Sayahnam, were directed by a very popular director called M P Sukumaran Nair. He was the co-director of the world famous director Mr. Adoor Gopalakrishnan.


My biggest action hits are Chanda, Kadal, Dada, Bharanakoodam, Gandhari, The Street, Nadodi, Special Squad, Hathya, Attahasm, Vajram, Black etc.


“Poovinu Puthiya Poonthennal” was made in all five languages including Hindi too. I played the same character in all these languages i.e. playing the same character 5 times, which is probably a world record in movies.


I am glad that Vinnaithaandi Varuvaaya by Gautham Menon was a major hit in both Tamil and Telugu. Other recent films include Christian Brothers by Joshi and Kanyakumari Express by T S Suresh Babu.


My latest hits are Kanchana directed by Lawrence in Tamil and Telugu, Ek Deewana Tha by Gautham Menon in Hindi, and Grand Master in Malayalam by B. Unnikrishnan, Idukkuy gold by Aashiq Abu. Also, doing the remake of Kanchana in Kannada called Kalpana. Currently I am working with two Tamil films Kaakka Muttai , A Vetrimaaran film and Kaavyathalaivan with vasantha Baalan. I am also preparing to direct a Malayalam movie called “Piano”, a musical romantic action film.


My past few major hits feature films are Vinnai Thandi Varuvaaya(Tamil, Telugu and Bollywood), Kanchana (Tamil, Telugu and Kannada), Kakka Muttai (Tamil), Grand Master, Idukky Gold and the newest release in Karinkunnam 6s a movie based on Volleyball released on 6th of July 2016. Another Malayalam Zachariya Pothen Jeevichripundu is due by end of July. All these movies I played central roles or Hero. I also have Martial Arts schools in the name of Babu Antony Schools of Martial Arts in GCC and one In USA, Missouri City, TX. 


Hope I can keep entertaining you guys. Thanks to all my fans and well wishers.


BABU ANTONY SCHOOL OF MARTIAL ARTS USA

What everybody ought to know about taking the martial arts… Martial arts classes and training can be one of the best experiences you can have for yourself, your child, or that your family can enjoy together. What can make the martial arts so special is that they’re about more than just learning self-defense and fighting skills. The Confidence, Self-discipline, and the Control you or your child will develop from good Martial Arts collapseses, can last for a lifetime.


Babu Antony School of Martiala Arts USA(Facebook Page), Babu Antony School of Martiala Arts USA(Website)


We teach you how to avoid fights and aggression. We teach you how to avoid a situation where you could put yourself in danger. We teach you how to defend you and your near and dear ones in such a situation. We take you to the ultimate way of self defense and self discipline. We teach you how to be confident and be a leader. We teach you how to respect your elders and other follow humans. We teach you how to multi task and be flexible. We teach you to be caring and humble. We teach you the art of oneness ie, the blending of body, mind and spirit.

BABU ANTONY SCHOOL OF MARTIAL ARTS USA
ABOUT ME

My name is Babu Antony aka Bob Antony. I weigh 185 lbs and stand 6 feet 3 inches tall. I have a bachelor’s degree in English Literature and a master degree in Human Resources Management from the University of Pune, India. I was the captain of the university volleyball team, and athletic teams. I taught martial arts to Papal pontifical college Pune many years. My interests include painting, poetry, nature, and meeting new people.


Mr. Bharatan, a well-known director, introduced me to movies. I have done over 175 movies in five major Indian languages (Malayalam, Hindi, Tamil, Telugu and Kannada). I have played a wide range of roles as hero as well as supporting actor. Some of my movies were featured in national and international film festivals and won recognitions.


In 2003, a special jury selected 31 movies, to have a festival and celebrate the 75th anniversary of Malayalam film industry. Two of my movies, Vaishali and Sayahnam, were featured. The movie “Vaishali” is an untold story from an Indian epic called “Mahabharata”. Late Mr. Bharatan directed the movie and Mr. M T Vasudevan Nair, a renowned writer, wrote the script. I played a king, whose country had no rain for the past 11 years due to a Brahmin’s curse. The people were suffering from famine and starvation. According to the king’s guru/advisor, the only solution to this precarious predicament was to seduce a young and powerful saint, Rishyasringa, and bring him to perform a special prayer called ‘yaga’. The king entrusted this dangerous task of seducing the saint, with a beautiful girl called Vaishali, not knowing the fact that she was his illicit daughter. The movie ends with rain, the tragic death of Vaishali’s mother, and the king’s inability to accept Vaishali as his daughter as promised for bringing the saint.


In “Sayanam”, I played a pauper who disobeyed all the Ten Commandments. Hence, the church buried him among other outlaws. A year later, his grave was unearthed to bury another. The church authorities were shocked to see his body intact. According to the church, only saints’ bodies remain undamaged. As a result, the church authorities began to analyze his life.


“Aparahnam” is another remarkable film in my career. The Sanskrit word aparahnam means the time between afternoon and evening. It is considered as the most confused part of the day. Similarly, the movie talks about the most confused stage of the character’s life. The character I played is an ex terrorist, who finds it difficult to cope with the society. Both the movies Aparahnam and Sayahnam, were directed by a very popular director called M P Sukumaran Nair. He was the co-director of the world famous director Mr. Adoor Gopalakrishnan.


My biggest action hits are Chanda, Kadal, Dada, Bharanakoodam, Gandhari, The Street, Nadodi, Special Squad, Hathya, Attahasm, Vajram, Black etc.


“Poovinu Puthiya Poonthennal” was made in all five languages including Hindi too. I played the same character in all these languages i.e. playing the same character 5 times, which is probably a world record in movies.


I am glad that Vinnaithaandi Varuvaaya by Gautham Menon was a major hit in both Tamil and Telugu. Other recent films include Christian Brothers by Joshi and Kanyakumari Express by T S Suresh Babu.


My latest hits are Kanchana directed by Lawrence in Tamil and Telugu, Ek Deewana Tha by Gautham Menon in Hindi, and Grand Master in Malayalam by B. Unnikrishnan, Idukkuy gold by Aashiq Abu. Also, doing the remake of Kanchana in Kannada called Kalpana. Currently I am working with two Tamil films Kaakka Muttai , A Vetrimaaran film and Kaavyathalaivan with vasantha Baalan. I am also preparing to direct a Malayalam movie called “Piano”, a musical romantic action film.


My past few major hits feature films are Vinnai Thandi Varuvaaya(Tamil, Telugu and Bollywood), Kanchana (Tamil, Telugu and Kannada), Kakka Muttai (Tamil), Grand Master, Idukky Gold and the newest release in Karinkunnam 6s a movie based on Volleyball released on 6th of July 2016. Another Malayalam Zachariya Pothen Jeevichripundu is due by end of July. All these movies I played central roles or Hero. I also have Martial Arts schools in the name of Babu Antony Schools of Martial Arts in GCC and one In USA, Missouri City, TX. 


Hope I can keep entertaining you guys. Thanks to all my fans and well wishers.


BABU ANTONY SCHOOL OF MARTIAL ARTS USA

What everybody ought to know about taking the martial arts… Martial arts classes and training can be one of the best experiences you can have for yourself, your child, or that your family can enjoy together. What can make the martial arts so special is that they’re about more than just learning self-defense and fighting skills. The Confidence, Self-discipline, and the Control you or your child will develop from good Martial Arts collapseses, can last for a lifetime.


Babu Antony School of Martiala Arts USA(Facebook Page), Babu Antony School of Martiala Arts USA(Website)


We teach you how to avoid fights and aggression. We teach you how to avoid a situation where you could put yourself in danger. We teach you how to defend you and your near and dear ones in such a situation. We take you to the ultimate way of self defense and self discipline. We teach you how to be confident and be a leader. We teach you how to respect your elders and other follow humans. We teach you how to multi task and be flexible. We teach you to be caring and humble. We teach you the art of oneness ie, the blending of body, mind and spirit.

BABU ANTONY SCHOOL OF MARTIAL ARTS USA
FILMOGRAPHY

Carrier Overview

Babu Antony, a Fifth Dan Black Belt in martial arts is the only martial arts expert hero in Malayalam cinema to reach stardom by excelling in racy fight scenes. He taught martial arts to Papal pontifical college Pune many years. The six-foot plus actor also known as Bob Antony in Hindi films made his debut by playing a negative role in renowned late director Bharathan’s Malayalam film Chilambu.

His monopoly in quick punches, fast kicks and fluid movements in action scenes has merited him roles in 160 films in different languages like Malayalam, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada and Hindi.His heroic performance as an angry young man built a huge fan following among the audience especially youngsters in movies like Bharanakoodam, Gandhari, Chantha, Dada, Kadal, Kambolam etc. His portrayal of negative characters with shoulder level hair and beard redefined the entire concept of a villain.Babu Antony shone in action roles as a hero and villain, at the same time proved his mettle as an actor by performing a king’s role in Vaishali, an ex-terrorist role in Aparahnam and an impecunious in Sayaahnam. Few of his films were featured in national and international festivals and won recognitions. Babu Antony, who terrorised the audience in villain roles in several films and the audience rooted for this actor, the directors were wary to offer him lead roles.

Movies

  1. Kaakka Muttai (2014), Tamil
  2. Kaavya Thalaivan (2014), Tamil
  3. Homely meals (2014), Malyalam-Geust appearance)
  4. Idukki Gold (2013 ), Malayalam-Antony Gonsalvus
  5. Buddy (2013), Malayalam-Chappa Singh
  6. Kalpana (2012), Kannada-Bhai
  7. Grandmaster (2012) Malayalam-Victor Rosetti
  8. Cobra
  9. Kottayam Brothers
  10. Ek Deewana Tha Hindi (2012), Joseph Thekkekuttu
  11. Agent Vinod , Hindi, (Colonel)
  12. Rowthiram (Police Officer)Tamil2011
  13. Aadhi BhagavanTamil (filming)
  14. KanchanaTamil and Telugu 2011
  15. Again Kasargod Khader Bhai (2010) Kasargod Kasim Bhai
  16. Uppukandam Brothers Back in Action (2011) Sevichan
  17. Christian Brothers (2011) Commando
  18. Kanyakumari Express (2010)
  19. 9 KK Road (2010)
  20. Thathwamasi (2010)
  21. Yugapurushan (2010) Ayyankali
  22. Vinnaithaandi Varuvaayaa (2010)Joseph Thekkekuttu
  23. Sambhu (2008) Adisheshan
  24. Ekaloveyudu (2008) Bhakta
  25. Twenty20 (2008) Vikram Bhai
  26. Nothing But Life (2004; English) Gangster Omar
  27. Thirunakkara Perumal (2009), Malayalam, Job
  28. Highway Police (2006), Malayalam, Mammad
  29. Black (2004), Malayalam, Police Commissioner
  30. Vajram (2004), Malayalam, Paulson Williams
  31. Uthaman (2001), Malayalam, Pulimattathu Sunny
  32. Sravu (2001), Malayalam, Bawa
  33. Unnathangalil (2001), Malayalam
  34. Jananayakan (1999), Malayalam, Rajmohan
  35. Glorya Fernandes from USA (1998), Malayalam
  36. Hitler Brothers (1997), Malayalam, Narendran
  37. Yuvasakthi (1997), Malayalam
  38. Boxer (1995), Malayalam, Jimmy Cherian
  39. Chantha (1995), Malayalam
  40. Special Squad (1995), Malayalam, Sibi Mathew
  41. Street (1995), Malayalam
  42. Arabia (1995), Malayalam
  43. Rajakeeyam (1995), Malayalam, Durga Dathan
  44. Indian Military Intelligence (1995), Malayalam
  45. Bharanakoodam (1994), Malayalam
  46. Dada (1994), Malayalam, Bharathan
  47. Kadal (1994), Malayalam, Bapooti
  48. Kambolam (1994), Malayalam, Dany
  49. Rajadhani (1994), Malayalam, Abbas Amanullakhan
  50. Nepolean (1994), Malayalam
  51. Gandhari (1993), Malayalam
  52. Mafia (1993), Malayalam, Chandra Gowda
  53. Uppukandam Brothers (1993), Malayalam, Sevichan
  54. Kaserkode Kadarbhai (1992), Malayalam, Kasimbhai
  55. Ezhara Ponnana (1992), Malayalam, Charlie
  56. Nadodi (1992), Malayalam, Jackson
  57. Kauravar (1992), Malayalam
  58. Sooryan (1992), Malayalam
  59. Kavacham (1992), Malayalam
  60. Chakravarthi (1991), Malayalam, Edwin
  61. Koodikazhcha (1991), Malayalam, Williams
  62. Kuttapathram (1991), Malayalam, Vicky
  63. Aparahanam (1991), Malayalam
  64. Randam Varavu (1990), Malayalam,Samuel
  65. Kottayam Kunjachan (1990), Malayalam,Jimmy Paappan
  66. Vyooham (1990), Malayalam
  67. Jagratha (1989), Malayalam,’Kollanne Makan’Babu
  68. Douthyam (1989), Malayalam,Gang Leader
  69. News (1989), Malayalam,Victor George
  70. New Year (1989), Malayalam
  71. Carnival, Malayalam,James
  72. Jaithra Yathra (1989), Malayalam,Rajan
  73. Moonnam Mura (1988), Malayalam, Antony
  74. Vaishali (1988), Malayalam,Lomipadhan
  75. Vrutham (1987), Malayalam, Freddy
  76. Poovinu Puthiya Poonthennal (1986), Malayalam
  77. Pranamam (1986), Malayalam, Ajith
  78. Mizhineer Poovukal (1986), Malayalam
  79. Chilambu (1986), Malayalam
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