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Inqulab Zindabbad
Inqulab Zindabbad is a 1971 Indian Malayalam film, directed by KS Sethumadhavan and produced by KSR Moorthy. The film stars Sathyan, Madhu, Sheela and Jayabharathi
Jayabharathi
in lead roles. The film had musical score by G. Devarajan.[1][2][3]Contents1 Cast 2 Soundtrack 3 References 4 External linksCast[edit]Sathyan as Venugopalan Madhu as Shreedharan Sheela as Rajamma Jayabharathi
Jayabharathi
as Vasanthi Adoor Bhasi as Panjali Raman Nair Prema as Devaki Sankaradi
Sankaradi
as Neerkunnam Neelaambaran Shobha
Shobha
as As Child artist Varghese GK Pillai as Circle Inspector Janardanan Kuttan Pillai Menon N
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Janardanan
Janardhanan is a Malayalam
Malayalam
film actor.[2] His first feature film Adyathe Kadha directed by K.S. Sethumadhavan in 1971. He is known for his style of handling humor and his iconic voice. He started his career playing brusque villains in the 1970s but later went on to establish himself as a highly sought-after comedian. The turning point of his career was his role in the 1988 film Oru CBI Diary Kurippu, which brought out his comic skills. However, he was typecast as a comedian only after the 1993 film Meleparambil Aanveedu. Mimicry artists performs with his noted role of Garvasis Aashan in Mannar Mathai Speaking (1995).But along with comic roles he had done serious roles like D.I.G Marar in Dhruvam, Jayashankar in Mafia
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G. K. Pillai (actor)
G. K. Pillai (born 1924) is an Indian actor known for his work in Malayalam cinema. He and has been acting for 58 years and has acted in more than 325 Malayalam films, known for revolutionising the role of the antagonist in Indian cinema and television.[citation needed]Contents1 Background 2 Awards 3 Filmography 4 Television 5 References 6 External linksBackground[edit] G. K. Pillai was born in Varkala, Thiruvananthapuram
Thiruvananthapuram
to Perumpaattathil Govindapillai and Saraswathi Amma. He received his primary education from Chirayenkeezhu Sree Chithira Thirunal High School. He was married to Late Ulpalakshiyamma and has six children[1] named; K Prathapachandran, Sreekala R Nair, Sreelekha Mohan, Sreekumari B Pilla, Chandramohanan and Priyadarshanan
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P Jayachandran
Paliyath Jayachandrakuttan, popularly known as P. Jayachandran, is an Indian playback singer and classical musician from Kerala. Jayachandran is best known for his captivating sound which gave him the title Bhava Gayakan by the music fraternity of South India.Contents1 Early life 2 Career 3 Notable songs 4 Malayalam
Malayalam
music albums 5 Awards 6 Filmography 7 References 8 External linksEarly life[edit] Jayachandran was born in Bhadralayam, Ravipuram, Ernakulam, on 3 March 1944 and his family later moved to Irinjalakkuda.[1] He is the third of five children of Ravivarma Kochaniyan Thampuran and Paliyath Subhadrakkunjamma, and their second son.[citation needed] Jayachandran married Lalitha from Thrissur in May 1973. They have a daughter named Lakshmi and a son named Dinanath, who also sang for films.[2] Career[edit] Jayachandran graduated from Christ College, Irinjalakuda
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KP Brahmanandan
KP may refer to:Contents1 Businesses and organizations 2 People 3 Places 4 In science, technology, and mathematics 5 Other uses 6 See alsoBusinesses and organizations[edit]KP (newspaper), a Ukrainian publication KP Snacks, a United Kingdom food manufacturer Kaiser Permanente, a U.S
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P. Madhuri
Madhuri (Hindi : माधुरी) is a Hindu/ Sanskrit
Sanskrit
Indian feminine given name, which means "sweetness".Contents1 People1.1 Given name 1.2 Surname2 FilmsPeople[edit] Madhuri (singer) Madhuri (Tamil actress), Indian actressGiven name[edit] Madhuri Bhattacharya
Madhuri Bhattacharya
(born July 1, 1982), Indian actress and model Madhuri Dixit
Madhuri Dixit
(born 1967), Indian actress Madhuri Mehta (born 1991, 1991), Indian cricketer Madhuri Misal, leader of Bharatiya Janata PartySurname[edit] Geetha Madhuri (born 1985), Indian artist, composer and singer P
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P. Leela
Porayathu Leela (19 May 1934 – 31 October 2005), popularly known as P Leela, was an Indian playback singer.[1]Contents1 Early life 2 Career2.1 Entry into film industry 2.2 Telugu Movies3 Devotional songs 4 Partial Filmography 5 Personal life 6 Awards and recognition 7 Death 8 See also 9 References 10 External linksEarly life[edit] P Leela was born in 1934, in Chittur, Palakkad, Kerala
Kerala
to V.K. Kunjanmenon and Porayath Meenakshi Amma. She was the youngest of the three daughters – Sharadha, Bhanumathi and Leela. V K Kunjanmenon was working as a teacher in Ramavarma Higher Secondary School at Ernakulam. V.K.Menon was passionate about music "We were three girls in our family and I was the youngest
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Vayalar Ramavarma
Vayalar
Vayalar
Ramavarma (25 March 1928 – 27 October 1975), often known as Vayalar, was a modern Malayalam language poet and lyricist from the southern Indian state of Kerala. His famous works include Sargasangeetham, Mulankaadu, Padamudrakal, Aayisha, Oru Judas janikkunnu.Contents1 Biography 2 Published works 3 Awards 4 References 5 External linksBiography[edit]This section needs expansion. You can help by adding to it. (December 2007)Bust of the poet Vayalar
Vayalar
Ramavarma in Thiruvananthapuram.The memorial to the poet at his home 'Raghava Parambu', in Vayalar Vayalar
Vayalar
was born in the village of Vayalar, in Alappuzha district, Kerala. His parents were Vellarappally Kerala
Kerala
Varma and Vayalar Raghavaparambil Ambalika Thamburatty
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Veeran
Veeran
Veeran
is an Indian film actor and dubbing artist in Malayalam cinema.[1] He has acted in more than 100 films. He is equally good in handling character roles as well as villain roles.[2] Filmography[edit]Akalangalil Abhayam (1980) Rakthamillatha Manushyan]] (1979) .... Sumathi's father Kalliyankaattu Neeli (1979) Ezhunirangal (1979) .... Raghava Panikker Bandhanam (1978) Avar Jeevikkunnu (1978) Rowdy Ramu (1978) Adavukal Pathinettu (1978) Kaithappoo (1978) Makampiranna Manka (1977) Kaduvaye Pidicha Kiduva (1977) Vishukkani
Vishukkani
1977 ... Collector Janardhanan Nair Anugraham (1977) ....Joseph contractor Aparaadhi (1977) .... Shankara Pillai Aayiram Janmangal (1976).... Panikkar Manimuzhakkam (1978) .... Govinda Menon Chalanam (1975) Chattambikkalyaani (1975)...Thirumanassu/Gangster Prayanam (1975) Pulivaalu (1975) Kanyakumari (1974) ...
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Vasu
In Hinduism, the Vasus are attendant deities of Indra, and later Vishnu. The Ashta Vasus are described in the Ramayana
Ramayana
as the children of Kasyapa and Aditi and in the Mahabharata
Mahabharata
as the sons of Manu or Brahma
Brahma
Prajapati. They are eight elemental gods (called "Aṣṭa-vasu", 'Eight Vasus') representing aspects of nature (The Five Elements - Pancha Bhoothas) and also representing cosmic natural phenomenon (The Sun, The Moon and The Stars). The name Vasu
Vasu
means 'Brilliance' or 'Wealth Givers'. They are eight among the Thirty-three gods.Contents1 Eight Vasus 2 Ramayana
Ramayana
and Mahabharata 3 Other uses 4 See also 5 ReferencesEight Vasus[edit] There are varying lists of the eight Vasus in different texts, sometimes only because particular deities have varying names
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Roja Ramani
Roja Ramani (also known as Chembarathi Shobana) (born 16 September 1959) is a South Indian movie actress who predominantly worked in Telugu cinema. She was a child actor and her debut movie was Bhakta Prahlada
Prahlada
(1967) for which she received National Film Award for Best Child Artist. She was popular during the 1970 and early 1980s and has acted in Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam and Kannada
Kannada
movies. She worked in 400 films as a dubbing artiste. She is an active member of BlueCross and is involved in several social service activities.Contents1 Early life 2 Career 3 Personal life 4 Awards 5 Filmography5.1 Malayalam: credited as Shobana 5.2 Telugu 5.3 Tamil 5.4 Kannada 5.5 Hindi6 References 7 External linksEarly life[edit] She was born in Madras, India. Her father was a journalist with Picture Post
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Philomina
Philomina (1926 – 2 January 2006) was a Malayalam film
Malayalam film
actress. She acted in more than 750 films in her career. She played mostly character and comedy roles, besides that of mother and grandmother.[1] She started acting on the stage
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Paravoor Bharathan
Paravoor Bharathan
Paravoor Bharathan
was an Indian actor of Malayalam films. He started his career in movies during the 1950s. Bharathan is known as a versatile actor and has played a variety of roles including negative roles, character roles and comedy roles.[1]Contents1 Life 2 Family 3 Death 4 Awards 5 Filmography 6 References 7 External linksLife[edit] Bharathan was born to Vadakkekarayil Kochannan Koran and Kurumbakutty in 1928 at Vavakkad, Moothakunnam in North Paravoor, Cochin. He went to S.N.M. High School, Moothakunnam but, had to discontinue his studies when his father died. His father was a coconut plucker and mother was a coir maker. His father died when he was very young and his mother took care of him. He used to act during his school days as well. On one occasion, he caught the eye of Kedamangalam Sadanandan, a noted Kathaprasangam artiste, who introduced him to the state troupe - Pushpitha during mid-1940s
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Panicker
Panicker (sometimes Panikkar) is an Indian title or last name.Contents1 Etymology 2 Spelling 3 Notable people 4 ReferencesEtymology[edit] The Dravidian Etymological Dictionary, entry number 3884, considers the word Panikkan as a word of Dravidian etymology, deriving from the Dravidian root word Pani, meaning service, work etc. Panikkan could mean a person who commands as well as one who serves. The DED traces cognates of the word Panikkan in twelve Dravidian languages, besides Malayalam.[citation needed] The Portuguese traveller Duarte Barbosa
Duarte Barbosa
said that "They are the skillful men who teach this art Kalarippayattu, and they are called the Panickers: these are the captains in war."[1] Spelling[edit] Following the current conventions for Romanising Malayalam without diacritic marks, the name would be "Panikkar"
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N. Govindankutty
N. Govindan Kutty (Malayalam: എൻ. ഗോവിന്ദൻകുട്ടി) was a Malayalam film actor. He has appeared in around 100 films, acting mainly in villain roles.Contents1 Background 2 Filmography2.1 As an actor 2.2 Screenplay 2.3 Dialogue 2.4 Story3 References 4 External linksBackground[edit] Kutty was born at Fort Kochi
Fort Kochi
in 1924,[1] Ernakulam
Ernakulam
as the son of Sankara Narayanan and Nanukutty Amma. He was a natural actor and was prominent as a villain during the time when Prem Nazir and Jayan were heroes.He had written several professional dramas and screenplays for Malayalam films. He died in 1993. Filmography[edit] As an actor[edit]Saakshaal Sreemaan Chaathunni (1993) Ithile Iniyum Varu (1986) ...Chief editor Menon Thacholi Thankappan (1984) .... Chandu Padayottam (1982) Ariyappedatha Rahasyam (1981).... Gopi Sanchari (1981) ...
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