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Kishor Satya
Kishor Satya
Kishor Satya
(born 20 May 1976) is an Indian actor who works in Malayalam films and television soaps.[1]Contents1 Career 2 Awards and nominations 3 Acting credits3.1 Filmography 3.2 As host4 References 5 External linksCareer[edit] Satya started his career in the visual media as the assistant director of Malayalam movies. He made his debut as assistant director[2] of the film Kanjirapally Kariyachan and Adivaram. His next project was malayalam film actor through a villain's role in Youth Festival (2004) directed by Jose Thomas. It was followed by supporting roles in Malayalam movies including Thaskaraveeran (2005), Rahasya Police(2009), Keralotsavam (2009), The Thriller (2010), The City of God (2011) and Paisa Paisa (2013) etc
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Mallappally
Mallappally
Mallappally
(meaning "hill shrine" in Malayalam, from മല്ലൻ "Mallan" or "strong people" + പള്ളി "palli" or "shrine") is a taluk in Kerala
Kerala
state in India. It is one of the five taluks that make up the Pathanamthitta
Pathanamthitta
district
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City Of God (2011 Film)
City of God (Malayalam: സിറ്റി ഓഫ് ഗോഡ്) is a 2011 Indian crime thriller film directed by Lijo Jose Pellissery and written by Babu Janardhanan. It tells the story of Tamil migrant workers and a team of land mafia criminals in the city of Kochi. It stars Indrajith, Prithviraj, Rajeev Pillai, Rohini, Parvathi, Rima Kallingal and Swetha Menon. The film uses the hyperlink cinema format as its narrative structure, a technique first used by Satyajit Ray
Satyajit Ray
in his Kanchenjungha (1962). City of God is not a remake and shares no resemblance to the 2002 Brazilian film of the same name, although both use non-linear narrative structure. The film received favourable critical reviews, but it ended up being a disaster at the Kerala
Kerala
box office as it was pulled from the theatres within one week of its release
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Pathanamthitta
Pathanamthitta
Pathanamthitta
is a town and a municipality situated in the Central Travancore
Travancore
region in the state of Kerala, south India, spread over an area of 23.50 km2. It is the administrative capital of Pathanamthitta
Pathanamthitta
district. The town has a population of 37,538. The Hindu pilgrim centre Sabarimala
Sabarimala
is situated in the Pathanamthitta district; as the main transport hub to Sabarimala, the town is known as the 'Pilgrim Capital of Kerala'.[3] Pathanamthitta. District, the thirteenth revenue district of the State of Kerala. It was formed with effect from 1 November 1982 vide G.O. (M.S) No.1026/82/RD dated 29 October 1982, with headquarters at Pathanamthitta
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Santhadevi
Damayanthi (1927 – 20 November 2010), better known by her stage name Kozhikode Santha Devi,[1] was an Indian Malayalam film and stage actress. In a career spanning about sixty years, she acted in more than 1000 plays and about 480 films.[2]Contents1 Biography 2 Family 3 Awards 4 Filmography (partial) 5 Television serials (partial) 6 Dramas (partial) 7 References 8 External linksBiography[edit] Santha Devi was born in Kozhikode in a then well known tharavadu called Thottathil in 1927 as the daughter of Thottathil Kannakkuruppu and Karthiyayani Amma as the seventh daughter of their 10 children. She did her studies from Sabha school and then B.E.M school. She made her debut as an actress through a 1954 drama Smarakam written by Vasu Pradeep and directed by Kundanari Appu Nair. She made her cinema debut in Minnaminungu (1957) directed by Ramu Karyat
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Kadamattathu Kathanar (TV Series)
Kathanar (Malayalam: കത്തനാർ) is an ancient Syrian Christian term in Malayalam
Malayalam
that means priest. The term is still in colloquial usage, although not in regular formal use
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Amrita TV
Amrita TV(അമൃത ടി.വി.), was launched in 2005, as a 24-hour Malayalam, general entertainment satellite channel.Contents1 Theme Song 2 Current shows 3 Former Shows 4 Availability 5 References 6 External linksTheme Song[edit] The theme song, Lokasamastha, was composed by Rahulraj for Mata Amritanandamayi's 50th birthday celebrations in 2003 and later taken as the theme of Amrita TV. Current shows[edit]Title Time slot Notes Year CategoryLal Salam 8:00 pm IST(Sat - Sun) Hosted by Mohanlal
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DD Malayalam
DD Malayalam
Malayalam
(Malayalam:ഡി.ഡി മലയാളം) is a Malayalam
Malayalam
language television channel operated by India's national broadcaster Doordarshan.It's commonly known as DD4 although is not officially used now. The name was changed to DD Malayalam
Malayalam
after 2000. It is one of the 11 Indian regional language channels operated by Doordarshan. DD Malayalam
Malayalam
broadcasts from Kudappanakunnu, Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala. The channel broadcasts through satellite in the name DD Malayalam
Malayalam
and through terrestrial in the name DD Keralam. The channel has its main studio in Thiruvananthapuram
Thiruvananthapuram
and an auxiliary studio in Thrissur. In terrestrial mode, DD Malayalam
Malayalam
is available to 99.2%[1] of the population of Kerala. The satellite broadcast was started in 1994
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Kanjirappally Kariachan
Kanjirappally Kariyachen is a 1996 Indian Malayalam film, directed by Jose Thomas and produced by Jose Thomas. The film stars Janardanan in title role with Maathu, Vijayaraghavan and Biju Menon
Biju Menon
playing major roles.[1][2][3] Cast[edit] Janardanan .. Kanjirappally Kariachan Vijayaraghavan .. Sunny Kanjirappally Lalu Alex .. Baby Kanjirappally Biju Menon
Biju Menon
.. Roy Kanjirappally Shammi Thilakan .. Johny Kanjirappally Maathu .. Annie Indrans .. Mathai Harishree Ashokan
Harishree Ashokan
.
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Keralotsavam 2009
Keralotsavam 2009 is a 2009 Malayalam-language Indian feature film directed by Shankar Panicker for producer Faarish and Gafoor. The film stars Vinu Mohan, Vishnupriya, Nedumudi Venu and Kalabhavan Mani.Contents1 Plot 2 Synopsis 3 Cast 4 References 5 External linksPlot[edit] Keralotsavam 2009 deals with terrorism taking control of an youngster's dream to make it big in his life. Synopsis[edit] Padmanabhan Embranthiri (Nedumudi Venu) is running an institution viz. 'Kalanikethan' . He is invited to perform the Kerala art forms on the stage of a cultural festival named Keralotsavam 2009. His daughter Ganga (Vishnu Priya) was doing research in Mohiniyattam. So she was entrusted in doing all the arrangements of the programme. Sandeep Subramanyam (Vinu Mohan) arrives there to perform Kalaripayattu. There he meets Ganga and falls in love. But he is a terrorist named Javed Ibrahim in disguise and his mission is to blast a bomb during the Keralotsavam event
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Bicycle Thieves (2013 Film)
Dr. S. Sajikumar Krishnan SethukumarScreenplay by Jis JoyStarring Asif Ali Aparna Gopinath Salim Kumar Vijay Babu Siddique K. P. A. C. Lalitha Saiju Kurup Aju VargheseMusic by Deepak DevCinematography Binendra MenonEdited by Ratheesh RajProduction companyDharmik filmsDistributed by UTV Motion PicturesRelease date29 November 2013 (2013-11-29)Country IndiaLanguage MalayalamBicycle Thieves is a 2013 Malayalam
Malayalam
comedy thriller film written and directed by Jis Joy. It stars Asif Ali in the lead role alongside Aparna Gopinath with Salim Kumar, Saiju Kurup, K. P. A. C. Lalitha, Aju Varghese, Sunil Sukhada
Sunil Sukhada
and Siddique in other pivotal roles. The film also features Sai Kumar and Devan. It received mixed to positive reviews from critics.[1]Contents1 Summary 2 Cast 3 Box office 4 Soundtrack 5 ReferencesSummary[edit] Chacko (Asif Ali) lost his parents early in his life
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Manthrakodi
Manthrakodi is a 1972 Indian Malayalam film, directed by M. Krishnan Nair and produced by RM Veerappan. The film stars Prem Nazir, Vijayasree, Kaviyoor Ponnamma
Kaviyoor Ponnamma
and Adoor Bhasi in lead roles. The film had musical score by M. S. Viswanathan.[1][2][3]Contents1 Cast 2 Soundtrack 3 References 4 External linksCast[edit] Prem Nazir
Prem Nazir
as Venu Vijayasree
Vijayasree
as Valsala Kaviyoor Ponnamma
Kaviyoor Ponnamma
as Saraswathi Adoor Bhasi as Karnnadhanam Jose Prakash as SR Nair/Swamiji Pattom Sadan
Pattom Sadan
as Kada Govindan T. S. Muthaiah as Bhaskara Menon Abbas K. P. Ummer as Vikraman Kanchana as Dancer Nadarajan Paravoor Bharathan Philomina as Grand Mother Sadhana as Typist RaniSoundtrack[edit] The music was composed by M. S
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Daivathinte Swantham Cleetus
Daivathinte Swantham Cleetus
Daivathinte Swantham Cleetus
is a 2013 Malayalam
Malayalam
action comedy film directed by debutante director Marthandan and scripted by Benny P Nayarambalam.[1] Set against the backdrop of theatre, Mammootty
Mammootty
plays the title role of Cleetus, a theatre artiste
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James & Alice
James
James
is a common French and English surname and an English given name: James
James
(name), the typically mascul
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Archana Kavi
Archana Jose Kavi is an Indian film actress and YouTuber & a television host.[1] She made her acting debut in Neelathaamara (2009) scripted by M. T. Vasudevan Nair and directed by Lal Jose.[2][3]Contents1 Early life 2 Career 3 Personal life 4 Filmography 5 Television 6 Awards and nominations 7 References 8 External linksEarly life[edit] Archana was born in New Delhi
New Delhi
to Jose Kaviyil(Kannur), a senior journalist, and Rosamma. Jose Kaviyil's family is basically from Kannur
Kannur
Dist(Kerala).[4] She has an elder brother named Ashish Kavi.[5] She was raised in Delhi and studied in St
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Asianet Film Awards
The Asianet
Asianet
Film
Film
Awards is an award ceremony for Malayalam
Malayalam
films presented annually by Asianet, a Malayalam-language television network from the south-Indian state of Kerala. Asianet
Asianet
says that awards ceremony has been instituted to honour both artistic and technical excellence in the Malayalam
Malayalam
language film industry. But recently the ceremony is a matter of controversy among film lovers of kerala. According to them, the awards are predetermined on the basis of star value, money and popularity irrespective of talents . People of popular movie discussion groups in social media are quoting Asianet Awards as ' adjustment award'. Some even says that if an actor or technician didn't get Asianet
Asianet
Awards,that will be the best recognition he can ever get
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