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Aashirvad Cinemas

Aashirvad Cinema is an Indian film production company based in Kerala.[1] Aashirvad has since produced many successful movies. Aashirvad has established ties with other companies like Maxlab Entertainments to co-operate in the field of film distribution.

Aashirvad Cinemas
Private
Film production
Film distribution
Industry Entertainment
Motion picture
Founded Kochi in 2000
Founder Antony Perumbavoor
Headquarters Kochi, India
Key people
Mohanlal
Antony Perumbavoor
Products Films
Music
Owner Antony Perumbavoor
Subsidiaries Maxlab Entertainments
Website aashirvadcinemas.com

Aashirvad's successful production ventures include highest-grossing films in Malayalam during its time - Narasimham (2000), Ravanaprabhu (2001), Naran (2005), Rasathanthram (2006), Drishyam (2013), and Oppam (2016).[2]

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ProductionsEdit

No. Film Year Director Other notes
1 Narasimham 2000 Shaji Kailas Asianet Film Award for Best Film
Asianet Film Award for Best DirectorShaji Kailas
2 Ravanaprabhu 2001 Ranjith Sequel to Devaasuram
Kerala State Film Award for Best Popular Film
Kerala State Film Award for Best SingerK. J. Yesudas
Filmfare Award for Best Music DirectorSuresh Peters
Asianet Film Award for Best Male Playback Singer- P. Jayachandran
Asianet Film Award for Best Supporting Actor- Innocent
Asianet Film Award for Best Makeup Artist - P. V. Shankar, Salim
3 Kilichundan Mampazham 2003 Priyadarshan
4 Natturajavu 2004 Shaji Kailas
5 Naran 2005 Joshi Critics Award for Most Popular Actor – Mohanlal
Asianet Film Award for Best Sound Recordist – Shaji Madhavan
6 Rasathanthram 2006 Sathyan Anthikkad Mohanlal and Sathyan Anthikkad after 12 years. Film Award for Best Director – Sathyan Anthikkad
Asianet Film Award, Critics Award for Best Female Playback Singer – Manjari
7 Baba Kalyani 2006 Shaji Kailas
8 Alibhai 2007 Shaji Kailas
9 Paradesi[3] 2007 P. T. Kunhi Muhammad National Film Award, Kerala State Film Award for Best Makeup Artist – Pattanam Rasheed
Kerala State Film Award, Critics Award, Filmfare Award (Malayalam), Kerala Film Audience Council Award, Jaihind TV Award for Best Actor – Mohanlal
Kerala State Film Award for Best StoryP. T. Kunju Muhammed
Kerala State Film Award for Best Dubbing Artist – Hafsath, Zeenath
Kerala State Film Award (Special Jury Award)Jagathy Sreekumar
Critics Award, Jaihind TV Award for Best Actress, Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress (Malayalam)Lakshmi Gopalaswamy
Jaihind TV Award for Best Film
10 Innathe Chintha Vishayam 2008 Sathyan Anthikkad Kerala State Film Award for Best Popular Film
Kerala State Film Award, Jaihind TV Award for Best Comedy Artist – Mamukkoya
Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress (Malayalam)Sukanya
Asianet Film Award, Vanitha Film Award for Best Male Playback Singer – M. G. Sreekumar
Asianet Film Award for Best Supporting ActorInnocent
Asianet Film Award for Best Child ArtistBaby Niveditha
11 Sagar Alias Jacky Reloaded 2009 Amal Neerad Kerala State Film Award for Best Choreography – Dinesh Kumar
12 Evidam Swargamanu 2009 Rosshan Andrrews Kerala State Film Award for Best Popular Film
Asianet Film Award, Critics Award for Best Film
Asianet Film Award, Vanitha Film Award for Most Popular Actor -Mohanlal
Critics Award, Vanitha Film Award for Best Screenplay – James Albert
Asianet Film Award, Mathrubhumi Film Award for Best Villain – Lalu Alex
Asianet Film Award, Mathrubhumi Film Award for Best Popular Actress – Lakshmi Rai
13 Chinatown 2011 Rafi Mecartin
14 Snehaveedu 2011 Sathyan Anthikkad Asianet Film Awards
Best Actor – Mohanlal
Best Supporting Actor – Biju Menon
Best Character Actress – K. P. A. C. Lalitha
Best Character Actor – Innocent
Best Male Playback Singer – Hariharan
15 Casanovva 2012 Rosshan Andrrews Associate production with Confident Group
16 Spirit 2012 Ranjith

National Film Award for Best Film on Other Social Issues
Kerala State Film Award for Best Lyricist - Rafeeq Ahammed
Kerala State Film Award for Best Singer - Vijay Yesudas
Filmfare Award for Best Lyricist (Malayalam) - Rafeeq Ahmed

17 Ladies and Gentleman 2013 Siddique Associate production with Confident Entertainment
SIIMA for Best Male Debutant (Malayalam) - Krish J. Sathaar
18 Drishyam 2013 Jeethu Joseph Kerala State Film Award for Best Popular Film
Kerala State Film Award (Special Jury Award), Asianet Film Award, SIIM Award (Malayalam), Vanitha Film Award for Best Villain - Kalabhavan Shajohn
Filmfare Award for Best Film – Malayalam
Filmfare Award (Malayalam), Asianet Film Award for Best Supporting Actress - Asha Sarath
Asianet Film Award for Best Film
Asianet Film Award for Best Supporting Actor - Siddique
19 Ennum Eppozhum 2015 Sathyan Anthikad Kerala State Film Award for Best Singer- P. Jayachandran
20 Loham 2015 Ranjith
21 Oppam 2016 Priyadarshan Kerala State Film Award for Best Dubbing ArtistVijay Menon, Asianet Film Award
Asianet Film Award
Asianet Film Award
Asianet Film Award, Asiavision Awards
Asiavision Awards
Asiavision Awards
Asiavision Awards
Asiavision Awards
Asiavision Awards, Filmfare Awards South
Filmfare Awards South, IIFA Utsavam, Kerala Film Critics Association Awards
Kerala Film Critics Association Awards
Kerala Film Critics Association Awards
Kerala Film Critics Association Awards, South Indian International Movie Awards, [Vanitha Film Awards#Best Actor |Vanitha Film Awards]]
[Vanitha Film Awards#Popular Actress |Vanitha Film Awards]]
[Vanitha Film Awards#Best Male Singer |Vanitha Film Awards]]
[Vanitha Film Awards#Best Choreographer |Vanitha Film Awards]]
22 Velipadinte Pusthakam 2017 Lal Jose
23 Aadhi 2018 Jeethu Joseph
24 Odiyan 2018 V. A. Shrikumar Menon Filming
25 Lucifer 2018 Prithviraj Sukumaran Announced

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ rediff.com, Movies: Sleaze time, folks!. Rediff.com. Retrieved on 2012-12-11.
  2. ^ 'Rasathanthram' rules Malayalam box office Archived July 18, 2011, at the Wayback Machine.. Whereincity.com (2006-05-31). Retrieved on 2012-12-11.
  3. ^ rediff.com: 'Mohanlal has come out with an amazing performance'. Specials.rediff.com (October 2007). Retrieved on 2012-12-11.

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