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Malayalam Films News

  • | October 19th, 2013

    Veteran Malayalam music composer K Raghavan Master passes away at 99

    Veteran Malayalam music composer K Raghavan Master passes away at 99

    The Neelakuyil music director would’ve turned 100 on December 2 this year
    Veteran Malayalam music composer K Raghavan Master passed away while under treatment at a hospital in Kannur early Saturday. He was 99, and would have turned 100 on December 2, his family said.
    Raghavan Master was admitted to the hospital Friday evening Click here to read more

  • | October 4th, 2013

    Malayalam cinema: The new guard takes over!

    Malayalam cinema: The new guard takes over!

    Cineswami says Bollywood would do well to look at the Malayalam industry, which is brimming with ideas
    What is common to Entry, My Fan Ramu, Isaac Newton S/O Philipose, Click here to read more

  • | September 4th, 2012

    Malayalam film Papilio Buddha in hot water over Gandhi slight

    Malayalam film Papilio Buddha in hot water over Gandhi slight

    The South Indian movie has been banned by the censor board for allegedly belittling the Mahatma
    Some 64 years after Nathuram Godse’s bullets felled Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, the Father of our nation, the Mahatma continues to be the subject of attack – on celluloid. Producer Prakash Bare and director Jayan Cheriyan’s Malayalam film Papilio Buddha has been banned by the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) on the grounds of denigrating the Mahatma. Click here to read more

  • | December 19th, 2011

    Urvashi to debut as director

    Urvashi to debut as director

    One of the most loved heroines of Mollywood, Urvasi is all set to wield the megaphone. The actor had earlier produced a movie in Malayalam Pidakkozhi Koovunna Noottandu in 1994
    Urvashi has even experimented at writing stories. She had last written for Ulsavamelam. Urvashi’s directorial debut will, however, not be in Malayalam. Click here to read more

  • | November 21st, 2011

    Mollywood requests restriction on outside films?

    Mollywood requests restriction on outside films?

    After Tollywood and Sandalwood filmmakers urged their respective state governments to put restrictions on other language films, Mollywood too follows suit and requests for a similar constraint
    In Kerala, the protest is being led by youth wing of the political party Congress. Recently, the Kerala Youth Congress picketed the prestigious Kavitha theatre in Ernakulam, which was screening Vijay’s Tamil film, Velayudham. Click here to read more

  • | November 7th, 2011

    Sarath Kumar to remake Malayalam film ‘Traffic’

    Sarath Kumar to remake Malayalam film ‘Traffic’

    It was Kamal Haasan who originally expressed the desire to remake Kunchacko Boban’s Malayalam thriller, Traffic
    According to the latest buzz, Sarath Kumar will now replace Kamal Haasan in the remake of the Malayalam film, Traffic, which will be directed by Rajesh Pillai. Click here to read more

  • | October 28th, 2011

    South actor Lissy Priyadarshan disowns her father

    South actor Lissy Priyadarshan disowns her father

    Malayalam actor, Lissy who is married to hotshot director Priyadarshan, has been involved in a long-running battle with her father over maintenance issues
    The story involving yesteryear south actor, Lissy and her family is getting murkier with each passing day. A local court in Ernakulam (Kochi) recently ordered Lissy to provide Rs 5000 per month to her father VD Varkey as subsistence money as per the laws governing the upkeep and protection of senior citizens and one’s parents. Click here to read more

  • | September 30th, 2011

    Genelia D’souza has no time for Malayalam films

    Genelia D’souza has no time for Malayalam films

    Though Genelia has moved the box office in Tamil, Telugu and Hindi, it is with her Malayalam debut that she won critical acclaim
    Santosh Sivan’s Urumi fetched accolades for the Genelia’s acting talents. And naturally, the Boys star became a much sought out actress in Mollywood. Click here to read more

  • | September 17th, 2011

    Mammootty’s son Dulquar Salman makes his debut

    Mammootty’s son Dulquar Salman makes his debut

    Dulquar Salman enters Malayalam films as the main lead in the film, Second Show which will hit the theatres in January. Son of the legendary actor, Mammootty has only two more weeks left to complete the movie. Directed by Sreenath Rajendran, the film is being produced by AOPL entertainment. Dulquar will be playing role of a village youth named Lalu while Gauthamy Nair will be playing his love interest. The film also has television stand-up comedian Sudesh Berry. Scripted by Vinil Viswalal, the music of the film is created by Nikhil and the Aviyal Band. Kaithapram Damodharan Namboodiri and Engadiyoor Chandrashekharan wrote the lyrics for the film.
    Click here to read more

  • | September 16th, 2011

    Sanusha turns arrogant in debut movie as lead

    Sanusha turns arrogant in debut movie as lead

    Child artist, Sanusha has finally graduated to doing lead roles. The actor dons a new avatar as she signs her first movie Malayalam actor Dileep’s love interest
    Sanusha has been playing the  played the super sweet, innocent yet childishly naughty girl since she was seven. It is this innocent appeal that differentiated her from all the other child actors who vanished after a couple of roles.  After 30 and more south Indian films playing the same kind of goody roles, Sanusha gets adventurous and portrays a modern arrogant rich girl in her first outing in the film Mr. Marumakan. Click here to read more