Noted comedian and actor, Crazy Mohan passed away recently. He belongs to which state?

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Noted comedian and actor, Crazy Mohan passed away recently. He belongs to which state?

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Mohan Rangachari (16 October 1952 – 10 June 2019) referred to expertly as Crazy Mohan, was an Indian actor, entertainer, screenwriter, and dramatist. A designer by calling, Mohan began composing plays and built up his own dramatization troupe called "Insane Creations" in 1979.

Notwithstanding dramatizations and teleserial, Mohan functioned as an exchange essayist on various satire films. Mohan had composed more than 30 plays, took a shot at more than 40 movies, having appearance jobs in each film, and composed 100 short stories. He kicked the bucket on 10 June 2019 because of heart failure.  
Mohan was an understudy at the College of Engineering, Guindy, where he graduated as a mechanical designer in 1973. His guide was his cohort S. Ravi, who was the President of Tamil Mandram. Prior to turning into a full-time author, Mohan was working at Sundaram – Clayton Limited.

The principal highlight film he took a shot at was K. Balachander's Poikkal Kudhirai for which he composed the exchanges. The film itself depended on Mohan's show Marriage made in Saloon. He proceeded to compose discoursed for a few parody films, especially featuring Kamal Haasan, which incorporates Sathi Leelavathi, Kaathala, Michael Madana Kama Rajan, Apoorva Sagodharargal, Indian, Avvai Shanmugam, Thenali, Panchathanthiram and Vasool Raja MBBS.

The 2006 movie Jerry had a story and screenplay by Mohan and highlighted Mohan's whole auditorium group, including its executive S. B. Khanthan. He has likewise acted in supporting or appearance jobs in the movies he composed the discourse or content for.