Mohan Juneja (1967–2022) was an Indian actor, known for his work in the Kannada and Telugu film industries.
Mohan Juneja was born in 1967.age 46 years; by 2020) in Tumkur, Karnataka. He kept changing his schools as his family kept shifting due to the nature of his father’s job. He did his higher education in Bangalore. He started doing theater during his school days, after which he joined a drama school to understand the subtle details of theater and acting. In an interview, Mohan revealed,
My father wanted me to become an engineer like him, but I was weak in studies.
Height (approx.): 5′ 8″
Hair Color: black
Eye Colour: black
His father was a civil engineer in BWSSB.
wife and children
The name of his wife is not known. They have a son Akshay. They have another son, whose name is not known.
She made her Kannada debut in 1989 with Shankar Nag’s Kannada film Wall Poster. He played comedic roles not only in Kannada and Telugu films but also in various Hindi, Tamil and Malayalam films. Some of her notable films include Chelatha, Lakshmi (2018), Snehitharu (2012), and Koko (2012). In 2013, he became a part of a total of 5 films, including Paade Padhe, Vrindavanam, Kumbh Rashi and Sweety. He made a cameo in Prashanth Neel’s KGF: Chapter 1 and its sequel KGF: Chapter 2, which earned him appreciation for his dialogue delivery.
He acted in over a hundred films in his career and shared the screen with celebrities like Puneeth, Darshan, Ambareesh, Upendra and Shivrajkumar. Apart from films, Mohan has also made his presence felt on television. He had acted in several TV serials including Nagathihalli Chandrasekhar’s Vitara, which became a huge success and ran for over 1000 episodes. This serial gave him a house-to-house identity and gave him a chance to make an identity that he had always wanted. In an interview he said,
It went on for over 1000 episodes and my role of Parandhama finally gave me an identity.
Reportedly, the actor was suffering from a prolonged illness related to his liver. He was admitted to a private hospital in Bengaluru for treatment, where he breathed his last on Saturday, 7 May 2022. Confirming the news of Mohan Juneja’s passing, Humble Films tweeted to offer condolences to the actor.
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Our heartfelt condolences to the family, friends and well wishers of actor Mohan Juneja. He was one of the most well-known faces in Kannada films and our KGF family. pic.twitter.com/xDDhanWuY0
— Hombale Films (@hombalefilms) 7 May 2022
Facts / Trivia
- While learning theater at her drama school, she also learned the basics of doing makeup.
- According to a media report, he was fond of films since childhood and used to watch at least 3 films in a day.
- Juneja also wrote dialogues for the films. In an interview he said,
I used to write dialogues at night and act during the day. However, I continued to struggle to find an identity.”
- He wrote the popular dialogue in KGF,
Gangsters are the ones who bring gangs; That alone was flour; Demon”
- Juneja also assisted GV Iyer in the direction.