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Mohamed Rasheed (actor) was born on 2 April, 1964 in Male', Maldives, is an actor. Discover Mohamed Rasheed (actor)'s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 59 years old?

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Occupation Actor, cinematographer, producer, director
Age 60 years old
Zodiac Sign Aries
Born 2 April, 1964
Birthday 2 April
Birthplace Male', Maldives
Nationality Maldives

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In 2014, he starred opposite Yoosuf Shafeeu and Fathimath Azifa in the suspense thriller film 24 Gadi Iru (2014) which was co-directed by him and Shafeeu. The film focuses on a romantic relationship between a girl diagnosed with mental illness and her psychiatrist. Production of the film began in 2010, though it was theatrically released four years later. Abdul Faththaah's romantic drama Hahdhu was his next film release which touches upon controversial issues in the Maldives including the depiction of flogging and also shines a light on mental health issues such as suicide. The film opened to mixed reviews from critics though it emerged as one of the highest grossing Maldivian films of the year.


In 2011, he played the role of Mohamed Jaleel, a wealthy man who is married to a religious woman and a gluttonous young woman, in the Moomin Fuad-directed crime tragedy drama Loodhifa. Featuring an ensemble cast, the film deals with several social issues in the society told from different perspectives of the characters. Made on a budget of MVR 600,000, the film was declared a commercial failure though it received wide critical acclaim, praising the performance of cast and the film's "realism" in its language, characters and their attitude.


The following year, he starred alongside Ali Seezan and Mariyam Afeefa in Abdul Faththaah's horror film Jinni which was based on true stories that occurred in an island of Maldives. Upon release, the film received mixed reviews from critics; majority of them complaining for having the "same old feeling" of prior horror flicks though the performance were noted to be satisfactory. Despite the mixed reviews, the film witnessed a positive response at the box office. This was followed by Ahmed Nimal's horror film Zalzalaa En'buri Aun (2010) starred oppsoted Yoosuf Shafeeu, Sheela Najeeb and Mohamed Manik. It was a spin-off to Aslam Rasheed's horror classic film Zalzalaa (2000) starring, Ibrahim Wisan, Ali Shameel and Niuma Mohamed. The film revolves around a mariage blanc, a murder of husband by his wife with secret lover and avenging of his death from everyone involved in the crime. He played the role of Latheef, a police inspector who investigates the mysterious murders. The film received mixed response from critics and it did average business at box office.


In 2005, he graduated with a Master diploma in Visual Communication from the Film Academy based in Uttar Pradesh, India. Following the hiatus, he made a comeback to screen with Moomin Fuad's suspense thriller Happy Birthday (2009) which narrates the story of a simple man who receives a call on his birthday informing that his wife and son have been kidnapped, only to be returned for a ransom. A total of five shows with little occupancy were screened at the cinema, declaring the film a commercial failure, despite the positive response from the critics. Winning five Gaumee Film Awards and twelve Maldives Film Awards, the film was also screened at the Venice Film Festival.


In 1993, he produced and starred in Ahmed Nimal's romantic comedy film Udhaas (1993), playing the role of a wealthy businessman who gets married to a second woman to cover up for his infertile first wife. The film and his performance received positive reviews from critics. Rasheed picked the film as his personal "best performance" from his career. Soon after the release of the film, Rasheed took a break from acting citing the need to take treatment for psoriasis.


In 1987, Rasheed was featured in two films; Chuttee alongside Ismail Wajeeh and Haali. He also played a main role opposite Mariyam Rasheedha in Hussain Shihab and Hassan Najumee's drama film Ithubaaru (1987). Some dialogues she used in the film were considered to be the "most iconic dialogues" in the history of Maldivian cinema. He was again cast opposite Rasheedha in Najumee's another drama film Ley Karuna (1988), released during the following year, which follows the separation of two siblings and their reunion. The film marked a breakthrough to Rasheed's career and is noted to be his first paid film.


In 1981, on their anniversary of Television Maldives, they selected few staff to develop a film, Natheeja and he was roped in to play the lead role of the film as a replacement to the staff who backed from the project at the last minute. Soon after the filming, Rasheed moved to F. Feeali, uncertain of how the film will be perceived by the audience. He returns to Male', after the screening of the film and was startled to witness the positive reaction from the audience. At the time, he was considered an "overnight superstar" by the media.


Mohamed Rasheed (2 April 1964), professionally known as Dharaa Rasheed, is a Maldivian film actor, cinematographer, producer and director.