M. S. Mani (film editor)

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M. S. Mani was an Indian film director and film editor of Malayalam movies.[1] He won National award twice in 1990 and 1992 for editing the films Nakhashatangal and Iyyer The Great and Kerala State Award in 1972 for editing.[2] He joined the film industry in 1948 and his first film was Ashaadeepam.[3] He has edited more than 300 movies. His famous works as editor includes Kathapurushan, Vidheyan, Sargam, Oru Vadakkan Veeragatha, Anantharam and Amritham Gamaya all that went noticed at the national level.[4] He also edited many Hindi and Tamil films. He also directed seven films, including Doctor, Sathyabhama, Subaida, Thalirukal, Vilakkapatta Bandhangal and Jalakannyaka. He was a popular Malayalam movie director during 1980s.[5]

M. S. Mani
Born
OccupationFilm editor and film director
Years active1949 – 2003
Spouse(s)Seethamani
ChildrenKarthik

Personal lifeEdit

He hails from Poojapura in Thiruvananthapuram. He was born on November 1926 to Mrithyunjaya Ayyar and Balambal. He died on 9 March 2008 at the Sree Ramachandra Hospital in Chennai, following heart diseases. He was 81 and is survived by wife Seethamani and only son, Karthik.[6]

AwardsEdit

National Film Awards
Kerala State Film Awards

Partial filmographyEdit

EditorEdit

  • Aashadeepam (1953)
  • Snehaseema (1954)
  • Koodappirappu (1956)
  • Nairu Pidicha Pulivaalu (1958)
  • Chathurangam (1959)
  • Jnaanasundari (1961)
  • Viyarppinte Vila (1962)
  • Puthiya Aakaasham Puthiya Bhoomi (1962)
  • Doctor (1963)
  • Sathyabhaama (1963)

DirectionEdit

  • Puthiya Aakaasham Puthiya Bhoomi (1962)
  • Doctor (1963)
  • Sathyabhaama (1963)
  • Subaida (1965)
  • Thalirukal (1967)
  • Vilakkappetta Bandhangal (1969)
  • Jalakanyaka (1971)

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 11 September 2014. Retrieved 11 September 2014.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  2. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 3 March 2016. Retrieved 17 March 2011.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  3. ^ http://www.malayalachalachithram.com/profiles.php?i=2168
  4. ^ http://www.kerals.com/malayalammovie/week5165/Awardfilims/
  5. ^ Vijayakumar, B. (5 June 2011). "ADIMAKAL 1969". The Hindu. Retrieved 20 January 2019.
  6. ^ http://www.indiaglitz.com/film-editor-mani-passes-away-malayalam-news-37142

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