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KCN Mohan Filmmaker And Owner Navrang Theatre Biography, Age, Family, Death 


Explore filmmaker KCN Mohan and learn complete details about his biography, agefamily, death, and many more. 


He was a popular Kannada filmmaker, exhibitor, and owner of the iconic theater of Bengaluru named Navrang. He died on 2nd July, at the age of 65, and was suffering from heart disease according to his family. The name of his father was KCN Gowda and owned a popular sericulture business.

 KCN Mohan eventually went into the textile business and filmmaking and constructed Khushi and Navrang theaters in Bengaluru, and also the Rajkamal theater in Doddaballapur. He was also credited with producing some very popular films which included Sharapanjara in 1971, Kasturi Nivasa in 1971, Belli Moda in 1967, and Bangaarada Manushya in 1972. 

After that, his eldest son KCN Chandrashekhar continued his legacy and made superhit films including Panjara in 1974, Daari Tappida Maga in 1975, Babruvahana in 1977, and Huliya Halina Mevu in 1979.

Continued legacy of the Family 

Just like his father and elder brother, KCN Mohan too consistently continued the legacy of the family and has made some of the superhit films including Julie in 2006, Bhale Chatura in 1990, Ramrajyadalli Rakshasuru in 1990, and many more. The name of his wife is Purnima Mohan who also directed the film Chattakari in 1974. The Kannada version of this film featured popular actors Dino Morea and Ramya.

So, this article was all about renowned filmmaker KCN Mohan who is an inspiration for all filmmakers, and important details about his biography, family,death, and many more are included in this article.