Geetha Salam

Abdul Salam (9 October 1946 – 19 December 2018) was an Indian actor in Malayalam cinema known by his stage name Geetha Salam,[2][3] known for Malabar Wedding, Jalolsavam (2004) and John Paul Vaathil Thurakkunnu (2014). He lived in Krishnapuram, Alappuzha, Kerala. He performed in about 82 Films and some TV series.[4]

Geetha Salam
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Geetha Salam
Born
Abdul Salam

(1946-10-09)9 October 1946
Died19 December 2018(2018-12-19) (aged 72)
NationalityIndian
Other namesSalam
Occupation
Years active1979 – 2018
TelevisionGrand Kerala Circus[1] as Gandhiyan ( Media One TV )
Spouse(s)Rahmath
Children2

Personal lifeEdit

He was married to Rahmath, and is survived by two sons, Shan and Shafeer.[5]

CareerEdit

He started his career as a Dramatist artist with the drama group Geetha. He started his film career in the Malayalam film Mani Koya Kurup (1979), directed by S. S. Devadas and produced by P. P. Jose. His second movie was Megasandesam (Horror movie), directed by Rajasenan and produced by K. Radhakrishnan. He performed in about 82 films[6][7][8] and some TV series. [9] He was present in Malayalam Cinema.

FilmographyEdit

Year Film Role Director
2015 Thinkal Muthal Velli Vare Pushpavalli's Uncle Kannan Thamarakkulam
2014 Mathai Kuzhappakkaranalla Teastall owner Akku Akbar
John Paul Vaathil Thurakkunnu Paniker Chandrahasan
Vellimoonga[10] Politician Jibu Jacob
2014 Romans Oracle Boban Samuel
Sringaravelan Palmologist Jose Thomas
2008 Thirunakkara Perumal Prasad Valacherry
2008 Malabar Wedding Rajesh Faisal
Kanal Kannaadi AK Jayan Poduval
2007 Veeralipattu Mammadikka Kukku Surendran
2006 Kanaka Simhasanam[11] Kanakambaran's father Rajasenan
Kisan Ayyappan Sibi Malayil
2005 Kochi Rajavu Auto Driver Johny Antony
Maanikyan K. K. Haridas
Dead Line[12] Krishnajith S Vijayan
December Ashok R. Nath
2004 Jalolsavam Kunjunju Sibi Malayil
Mampazhakkalam Joshiy
Kerala House Udan Vilpanakku Ammavan Thaha
Udayam Jyothsyar Vinu Joemon
Aan Piranna Veedu K. P. Sunil
2003 Gramophone Saigal Yousuf Kamal
Ente Veedu Appuvinteyum Sibi Malayil
Sadanandante Samayam Akku Akbar - Jose
Meerayude Dukhavum Muthuvinte Swapnavum Vinayan
2002 Kuberan Sundar Das
Savithriyude Aranjanam Mohan Kupleri
2001 Ee Parakkum Thalika Thaha
Megasandesam Grandfather of Heroine Rajasenan
1979 Mani Koya Kurup SS Devadas
  • Vasanthathinte Kanal Vazhikal
  • To Let Ambadi Talkies
  • David and Goliath
  • Outsider
  • Ee Thirakkinidayil
  • Vellaripravinte Changathi
  • Roudram

Television seriesEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ http://mediaonegulf.com/programs/grand-kerala-circus/
  2. ^ "Geetha Salam". IMDb. Retrieved 10 October 2016.
  3. ^ "All you want to know about #GeethaSalam". FilmiBeat. Retrieved 10 October 2016.
  4. ^ "Geetha Salam story". Madhyamam.
  5. ^ https://www.marunadanmalayali.com/more/obituary/geetha-salaam-passed-away-131977
  6. ^ /"List of Malayalam movies online of Geetha Salam, movies starring Geetha Salam, Geetha Salam movies". www.moovyshoovy.com. Retrieved 10 October 2016.
  7. ^ "geetha salam | mangalam.com". www.mangalam.com. Retrieved 10 October 2016.
  8. ^ "Shooting of the movie Kuruthamkettavan started". Cochin Talkies. Retrieved 10 October 2016.
  9. ^ http://mediaonegulf.com/programs/grand-kerala-circus/
  10. ^ "Vellimoonga will fly on 25th. | Vellimoonga Will be screened on 25th". indiaz.com. Retrieved 10 October 2016.
  11. ^ HostOnNet.com. "BizHat.com - Kanakasimhasanam Review. Jayaram, Karthika, Lakshmi Gopalaswami, Kiran Raj, Janardhanan, Bheeman Raghu, Geetha Salam, Kalasala Babu, Tom Jacob, Venjaramoodu Suraaj, Saju Kodiyan, Subi, Kochupreman". movies.bizhat.com. Retrieved 10 October 2016.
  12. ^ "Deadline Malayalam movie, Deadline Moivie stills, Deadline Photo Gallery". www.malayalamcinema.com. Retrieved 10 October 2016.

External linksEdit

Geetha Salam on IMDb