Dileep fans

Gopalakrishnan Padmanabhan Pillai (born on 27 October 1967), best known by his stage name Dileep, is an Indian movie performing artist who is additionally a mimicry craftsman, maker, partner chief, and agent. He's most prominent for his droll drama parts in Malayalam films. His profession traverses over a quarter-century, with over a 130 movies amazingly. 

Dileep started his movie vocation as a partner executive in chief Kamal's 1991 film Vishnulokam. He achieved notoriety through his mimicry demonstrations in arrange shows and Comicola, a TV satire arrangement circulated on Asianet. He made his acting introduction in a little part in Kamal's 1992 film Ennodu Ishtam Koodamo. His part as Dileep in the 1994 film Manathe Kottaram made ready to his acting profession. Movies, for example, Sallapam (1996), Ee Puzhayum Kadannu (1996), Punjabi House (1998), and Chandranudikkunna Dikhil (1999) set up his status as a noticeable on-screen character amid the late-1990s. Subsequent to conveying consecutive hits in the mid 2000s with movies, for example, Thenkasipattanam (2000), Joker (2000), Ee Parakkum Thalika (2001), Ishtam (2001), Mazhathullikkilukkam (2002) and Kalyanaraman (2002), Dileep built up himself as a bankable lead star in the Malayalam film industry with the blockbuster accomplishment of Meesa Madhavan (2002). He won the Filmfare Award for Best Actor for his part as Madhavan in Meesa Madhavan. He won his first Kerala State Film Award (Special Jury) for his execution as Vimal Kumar (Kunjan) in Kunjikoonan (2002) and later won the Best Actor Award for his execution as Mukkom Shajahan in the film Vellaripravinte Changathi (2011). Dileep's 2015 film Two Countries went ahead to make ₹55 crores, making it among the best 10 most astounding earning Malayalam films. 

Dileep wandered into generation and delivered and featured in C.I.D. Moosa (2003) under the pennant Graand Production. Kathavasheshan (2004) won Dileep the Kerala State Film Award for Second Best Film as a maker. In 2008, under the pennant of Grand Production, Dileep delivered Twenty:20 by throwing the vast majority of the standard performers of Malayalam silver screen, which had turned into the most elevated earning Malayalam film around then. He created the multi-starer keeping in mind the end goal to raise reserves for the Association of Malayalam Movie Artists (AMMA). Great Production went ahead to deliver movies, for example, Malarvaadi Arts Club (2010) and The Metro (2011).