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In Malayalam, the story is known by the name Mookambikayude
is a 1991 Indian Malayalam film, directed by PK Radhakrishnan.
is a 1991 Indian Malayalam film, directed by KS Gopalakrishnan. The film stars Pattom Sadan, Prameela, Santhosh and Chandrasekharan in lead roles.
is a 1970 Indian Malayalam film, directed and produced by P. Subramaniam. The film stars Geethanjali, Madhu, K. V. Shanthi and S. P. Pillai in lead roles. The film had musical score by G. Devarajan.
His evergreen compositions include "
... Swapnangale ningal..."("Kavyamela"), "Pattu padiyurakkan njan..."("Seetha"), "Uthara swayamvaram..."(Danger Biscuit), "Kattile pazhmulam..."("Vilaykku Vangiya Veena"), Hrudaya Saralie, Chandrikayil, Kaatile Paalmulam, Manohari Nin, Sowgandhigangale, Aakashamand "Vathil pazhuthilooden..."("Idanazhiyil Oru Kalocha").
() is a 1980 Malayalam dramatic film directed by Azad, written by M.T. Vasudevan Nair and starring Sukumaran. The film features Mammootty, in a small role. Mammootty's voice was dubbed by Sreenivasan.
is a 1978 Indian Malayalam film, directed K. Shankar. The film stars Prem Nazir, Sharada, Jayabharathi and Thikkurissi Sukumaran Nair in lead roles. The film had musical score by M. S. Viswanathan.
(English translation: Voices And Dreams) is a 1981 Indian Malayalam film, directed by AN Thampi and produced by K.M.Thomas under the banner of Ramya Motion Picture Producers. The film stars MG Soman , Jayabharathi, Srividya, Shubha, Jose and Ambika in lead roles. The film had musical score by G. Devarajan.
The deceased editor of Kaumudi, K Balakrishnan lead him to writing novels; the first one named "Kure
, Kure Vanambadigal" (Lot of dreams, Lot of nightingales) was published in "Kaumudi" weekly. Later on most of the magazines like "Janayugam, Navayugam, Keralashabdam, Chithrapournnami, Express" (Weekly), "Mathrubhoomi" (Weekly) frequently published his novels. During his career, he wrote 17 novels,of which 8 have been printed as books. One of the novels "Vellam" (Water) has even inspired a movie.
Mammootty's debut was in the 1971 film "Anubhavangal Paalichakal" directed by K. S. Sethumadhavan. His second film was "Kaalachakram", a 1973 Malayalam film directed by K. Narayanan. In 1979, he played his first lead role in "Devalokam", directed by M. T. Vasudevan Nair. However, this film was never completed. His first release was the 1980 film, "Vilkkanundu
", directed by Azad, written by M. T. Vasudevan Nair.
He entered the literary field with the publication of the story "Irumbinte Sangeetham" in "Mathrubhumi Weekly". His first collection "Jalam" won the Kerala Sahitya Akademi Award in the year 1971. His next works "Oru Sangham Abhayarthikal" and "Krishna Gandhaka Jwalakal" were published by Current Books. He also translated Kamala Das's "Summer In Calcutta" into Malayalam. His next work "Chelakkarayude Atheetha
" was published only in 1995 by Mulberry Publications, after a gap of nearly two decades. His novel "Janamejayante Jignasa" (Janamejaya's Curiosity) was published in 2010 and looks at some of the episodes in the Mahabharata and at the emotional underpinning of the characters. His latest work, "Innathe Athithi Atheethasakthi", follows an unconventional method to depict Mahabharatha and focuses on themes of sex, power and invasions in the epic. A graduate in commerce, Nirmal Kumar worked in the Kanjirappally branch of the Bank of Baroda and retired as the Senior Manager. He lives in Peringode, Palakkad district.
disintegration of human values and relationship which creates identity crisis, sense of loss, dehumanisation, alienation from one's own surroundings etc. have been presented in its depth by MT more than any other writers. The best examples are "Kanyakumari", "Varikkuzhi", "Vilkkanundu
", "Edavazhiyile Poocha Mindappoocha", "Akshrangal", "Aalkkoottathil Thaniye", "Aaroodam" etc. A salient aspect of MT's screenplays is the effective presentation of the ecological or geographical factors and elements making use of the visual possibilities of their portrayal. Another unique feature is the language employed in them. Some of his screenplays are known for giving new interpretations to historical characters and historical stories. For instance, he gives the legends woven around the popular story of Perumthachan a new interpretation in his screenplay, based on his own assessment of Perumthachan's character. According to the folklore Vadakkanpattu (Northern Ballads), Chandu is said to have betrayed his cousin because he was jealous of Aaromal's popularity and abilities. But MT's "Oru Vadakkan Veeragatha" presents an alternative version of the same legend, as it presents the incident from Chandu's perspective, suggesting that grave injustice has been done to Chandu by wrongly accusing him of replacing the rivets.
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