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Janmam is a 1994 Indian Malayalam film directed by NP Suresh.
She has participated in popular game show SURYA CHALLENGE on Surya TV along with
Kadha team.She has acted in some advertisements also.
Prathikaram is a 1979 Indian Malayalam film, directed by P Venu and produced by Sivaram. The film stars Ashalatha, Praveena, Sathaar and Kaduvakulam Antony in lead roles. The film had musical score by M. K. Arjunan.
Katha is a 1987 Indian Malayalam film, directed by Jayadevanand produced by Purushan Alappuzha. The film stars Sathaar, Anuradha and Ramu in lead roles. The film had musical score by A. T. Ummer.
Alleppey Sheriff,also known as A. Sheriff (1940 – 2 December 2015), was an Indian film script writer and director in Malayalam movies. He wrote the script, story and dialogue for more than 100 Malayalam movies during the 1970s and 1980s. He wrote the screenplays for popular movies "
Ravukal" in 1978, "Ulsavam" in 1975, "Eeta" in 1975, and "Allauddinum Albhutha Vilakkum" in 1975.
His performance in Angadi, Eenadu, Moorkhan, "Aalkkoottathil Thaniye", "Itha Oru Theeram", "Kanakkinavu" was remarkable. The turning point in his career was his roles in "Chembarathi", "
Ravukal", "Angaadi". Even his brief roles like those in "Manichitrathazhu" and "The King" are well remembered till this day. His one-liners like ""Taski Viliyeda"" in "Thenmavin Kombath" and ""Ippo Sariyakkitharam"" and "'Thamaraseri Churam'" in "Vellanakalude Nadu" earned their position in the list of Malayalam idioms. He spoke about Thamarassery choram first in the movie T P Balagopalan M A.
Ravukal" is the first Malayalam film to receive an "A" certificate from the Central Board of Film Certification. It is considered as one of the boldest Malayalam films of all time. Sasi, the experimental and the most popular director at that time, tried to highlight a theme which most mainstream directors are scared to get into. The film was dubbed and released in Tamil as "Avalin Iravugal" and in Hindi as "Her Nights" were also a commercial success at the box office. It was remade in Kannada as "Kamala" (1979).
Ravukal () is a 1978 Indian Malayalam drama film directed by I. V. Sasi and written by Alleppey Sheriff. The film explores the life of Raji (Seema), a teenage prostitute and those of the people around her. It was the debut film of Seema. Sasi and Kamal Haasan made guest appearances in the film. Upon release, the film received less audience in the first three days but the situation changed in the coming days and it became one of the highest-grossing films of the year.
I. V. Sasi, born on 28 March 1948, is married to Malayalam actress Seema on 28 August 1980. He met her on the set of his film "
Raavukkal". Ever since, she has been his favorite heroine. They have worked together in more than 30 movies. He has two children, daughter Anu and son Ani. Anu has acted in "Symphony", directed by her father.Anu got married to Milan Nair on 10 December 2010. Ani completed Visual Communication from Loyola College, Chennai and is an budding director himself. I. V. Sasi lives with his family in Chennai.
I. V. Sasi started his film career as an art director. Later, after working as an assistant director in some films, he directed his first film at the age of 27. Though his name was not mentioned in the credits, the film turned out to be a huge success. He started his directorial career officially with his first film "Ulsavam". Soon he carved out a name for himself in the Malayalam film industry. His films were known for their uniqueness and always contained a stamp of his directorial style. I. V. Sasi has directed more than 170 odd films over a span of 34 years and has constantly delivered super hits and some of them classified as classics or good cinema. His Malayalam film "
Raavukal" permanently established his name in the industry. This film was later dubbed into many other Indian languages including Hindi. It was the second film in Malayalam to be rated as "Adults only" even though it was a drama.
At the age of 19, Seema starred as the heroine in her first movie in Malayalam titled "
Ravukal" ("Her Nights"), directed by I. V. Sasi. Seema acted in a large number of movies with Jayan, one of the top actors of the time and the pair was one of the most popular in Kerala. Seema brought fashionable western dresses such as miniskrts, bell bottom pants and sleevless T-shirts into the mainstream in Malayalam Cinema, at a time where Saree and Blouse was the de facto way of dressing for herioines in Malayalam movies. She continued acting till 1988 awhen she took a break after the Malayalam movie "Mahayaanam". Seema became active again in 1998 in "Olympiyan Anthony Adam". Seema won the Kerala State Film Award for Best Actress in 1984 and in 1985, and is known for her versatility. "Vishudha Shanthi", a biography on her life was published by Didi Damodaran, a famous writer, in 2011. She well known for her character Nachiyar in Sun TV serial "Thangam". She achieved the Lifetime achievement award at the 59th Idea Filmfare festival at Chennai.
During his tenure teaching English at Scott Christian College in Nagercoil, Tamil Nadu. Sukumaran then got an offer to act in the Malayalam movie "Nirmalyam", directed by M. T. Vasudevan Nair. He accepted the role of a defiant youngster in the film. The film went on to win accolades from all over and won a couple of National Film Awards as well. Despite being noted as a talented actor, Sukumaran did not receive any offers for some time after. He was thinking of returning to the teaching profession, when he was offered a role in "Shankupushpam". With that film, Sukumaran carved a niche for himself in the Malayalam film industry. He worked with director P. Venu in the film "Thacholi Thankappan" (1983). He then went on to act in substantial roles in films like "
Ravukal", "Angadi", "Bandhanam", "Etho Oru Swapnam", "Manasa Vacha Karmana", "Ahimsha", "Spodanam", "Shalini Ente Koottukari", "Angakkuri", "Kolilakkam", "Theekkadal", "Sandarbam", "Witness", and "Kottayam Kunjachanan". His role as a defiant police officer in "Oru CBI Diary Kurippu" and its sequel "Jagratha", directed by K. Madhu, was noted for its characterisation and earned cult status when the third sequel in the series, "Sethurama Iyer CBI", had Saikumar portraying the son of the police officer, with the mannerisms and voice tone of Sukumaran.Sukumaran won the Kerala State Film Award for Best Actor in 1978 for his role in "Bandhanam". Sukumaran had his own production company, called Indraraj Creations. One of his productions, "Irakal", directed by K. G. George, was selected for the Indian Panorama in the International Film Festival of India (IFFI). His last film was "Shibiram", directed by T. S. Suresh Babu. Sukumaran died suddenly due to a massive heart attack on 16 June 1997.
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