Kochi, First Published Sep 10, 2021, 3:32 PM IST
Krishnankutty Nair was an integral part of Malayalam cinema in the eighties and nineties. When he came to cinema through the plays of G Sankarappillai and Kavalam, he played many characters that remained in the hearts of the audience in serials. Krishnankutty Nair, who made his film debut in 1979 with P. Padmarajan’s ‘Peruvazhiyambala’, became famous with ‘Avanavan Kadamba’.
He portrayed so many characters that stay in the mind. Barber in ‘Mazhavilkavadi’, Kalen Mathai in ‘Kakothikkavi’, Thattan Gopalan in ‘Ponmuttayitunna Taravi’, ‘Orudathora Fayalwani’ in ‘Peruvazhiyambala’, ‘Arappattakettiya Grama’ and ‘Varavelpi’ ‘in’ wedding ‘including’ wedding ‘; The dancer was present wherever the word ‘noseless kingdom’ or ‘eastern Peter’ flashed.
It has been a quarter of a century since Krishnankutty Nair said goodbye. His son Sivakumar is also making his mark in cinema as an actor. Like his father, Sivakumar entered the film industry from the theater scene. Sivakumar, who made his film debut in Aravindan’s’ Marattam, a film adaptation of his own play ‘Marattam’, has played various roles in various films such as’ King of Utopia ‘,’ Amy ‘,’ Coode ‘and Ottal’ Ozhimuri ‘.
Station 5 is the first feature film directed by Prashant Kanathur. Indrans will play the lead role in this film directed by Prashant Kanathur, who has directed more than a dozen short films and has garnered many accolades. No details about the film have been released yet. Sivakumar was thrilled to play his role as a goonda for the first time. Sivakumar said, “Thank you Prashant for believing in me and realizing my potential and giving me a different character in Station-5.”
Last Updated Sep 10, 2021, 3:32 PM IST