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Chandraji entered the Film world of Bollywood and acted in a few Hindi films (Bimal Roy's Parineeta and Hrishikesh Mukherji's films) before moving over with his family to Madras to live with Adoor Bhasi. Bhasi got his first chance in an insignificant role in a Malayalam feature film, Thiramala, directed by P. Heacterd with almost all leading actors in Malayalam in his period, like Sathyan, Prem Nazir, Madhu, K. He first acted as hero in John Abraham's Cheriyachante Kroorakrithyangal (1978) and got the Kerala State Film Award for best actor in 1979.
Chandraji was the manager of RK Studios owned by Raj Kapoor in Mumbai and has acted as villain in the popular Bollywood film "Ashique" alongside Raj Kapoor. Later in 1984, he won the Kerala State Film Award for best actor for his performance in April 18 (1983).
Chandraji then acted in several Malayalam films like Chithram and became well known as an actor. Harikumar, is a well-known Novelist, Satirist and Actor in Malayalam and has acted in several TV Serials and Feature Films. A memorial to Adoor Bhasi is being built by the District Panchayat of Pathanamthitta, the foundation stone for which was laid on 12 June 2009. The script work is by Harikumar himself and the film is produced and directed by Suku Menon.
Bhasi spent his childhood along with his parents in Trivandrum. A film based on Bhasi's real-life is in the making with Dileep playing the lead role. The location is planned out of Trivandrum and Adoor.
His hilarious actions and roles became the cynosure of comic scenes in the Malayalam films of the 1950s, 1960s, 1970s and 1980s. His mother, Maheshwari Amma, was the youngest daughter of C. Raman Pillai, the greatest Malayalam novelist (the first historical novelist in Malayalam and author of Marthanda Varma, Dharmaraja, Premamritham, and Ramarajabahadur), pioneering dramatist, journalist and social activist.