Prime Minister Narendra Modi says he was a versatile actor who could fill life into diverse roles across many genres
Venu used his wonderfully evocative eyes to alternate effortlessly between mischief, compassion, and romance
If expressing navrasas in their true essence and in own unique style is the criteria, Nedumudi Venu is one of the most versatile actors that Indian cinema has ever witnessed.
Cremation of Nedumudi Venu, who died at a private hospital here on Monday, will be held with full state honours at Santhikavadam at 2pm on Tuesday.
Spontaneous acting, exceptional voice modulation, and his calibre in portraying comedy and serious roles effortlessly helped Venu in getting back-to-back projects.
Almost two years have passed since the outbreak of the pandemic, but our films still do not depict the crisis. Filmmakers across the country tell us why movies are still Covid-free.
Unni Mukundan recently completed shooting for Prithviraj directorial Bro Daddy, Mohanlal’s 12th Man, and his maiden production venture Meppadiyan, in which he also plays the lead.
The actor-filmmaker reflects on doing a comic script after a long time, humour in Malayalam cinema, and why he believes remakes of successful Malayalam films is a good thing.
Meanwhile, temple executive officer B Sivaji said that decision was taken to help the cash-strapped temple management.
Comprehending Malayalam words through lip movement and hand gestures has posed difficulties for hearing impaired people and has often led to miscommunication.
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Around 30 children from outside Kerala are now learning Malayalam at the centre that was initiated by Samagra Shiksha Kerala (SSK) during the pandemic.
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The image of John Honai’s menacing smile remains deeply etched on the memories of many a Malayali film buff who grew up during the 90s and chanced upon In Harihar Nagar on television.
Riza Bava's role as 'John Honai' in the blockbuster movie 'In Harihar Nagar' led him to play the anti-hero in over 100 Malayalam films. He also carved his niche as a dubbing artist.