N. Govindan Kutty

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N. Govindan Kutty was a Malayalam film actor. He has appeared in around 100 films, acting mainly in villain roles.

N. Govindan Kutty
Born(1924-10-17)October 17, 1924
Died23 August 1994(1994-08-23) (aged 69–70)
OccupationFilm actor
Years active1961–1993
ChildrenRekha
Parent(s)Sankara Narayanan, Nanukutty Amma

BackgroundEdit

Kutty was born at Fort Kochi in 1924, Ernakulam as the son of Sankara Narayanan and Nanukutty Amma. He was a natural actor and was prominent as a villain during the time when Prem Nazir and Jayan were heroes. He had written several professional dramas and screenplays for Malayalam films. He died in 1993.

FilmographyEdit

As an actorEdit

ScreenplayEdit

  • Raathrivandi (1971)
  • Ernakulam Junction (1971)
  • Preethi (1972)
  • Aaraadhika (1973)
  • Police Ariyaruthu (1973)
  • Arakkallan Mukkaalkkallan (1974)
  • Thacholi Marumakan Chanthu (1974)
  • Durga (1974)
  • Ankathattu (1974)
  • Rajaankanam (1976)
  • Guruvayoor Kesavan (1977)
  • Thacholi Ambu (1978)
  • Avar Jeevikkunnu (1978)
  • Maamaankam (1979)
  • Pichaathikkuttappan (1979)
  • Padayottam (1982)

DialogueEdit

  • Othenante Makan (1970)
  • Raathrivandi (1971)
  • Ernakulam Junction (1971)
  • Preethi (1972)
  • Aaraadhika (1973)
  • Police Ariyaruthu (1973)
  • Ponnaapuram Kotta (1973)
  • Arakkallan Mukkaalkkallan (1974)
  • Thacholi Marumakan Chanthu (1974)
  • Durga (1974)
  • Ankathattu (1974)
  • Rajaankanam (1976)
  • Ormakal Marikkumo (1977)
  • Guruvayoor Kesavan (1977)
  • Thacholi Ambu (1978)
  • Avar Jeevikkunnu (1978)
  • Maamaankam (1979)
  • Pichaathikkuttappan (1979)
  • Padayottam (1982)

StoryEdit

  • Rathrivandi (1971)
  • Ernakulam Junction (1971)
  • Maravil Thirivu Sookshikkuka (1972)
  • Aaraadhika (1973)
  • Ponnaapuram Kotta (1973)
  • Arakkallan Mukkaalkkallan (1974)
  • Thacholi Marumakan Chanthu (1974)
  • Durga (1974)
  • Panathukkaga (1974)
  • Rajaankanam (1976)
  • Thacholi Ambu (1978)
  • Avar Jeevikkunnu (1978)
  • Maamaankam (1979)
  • Randu Mukhangal (1981)
  • Naagamadathu Thampuraatti (1982)

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