Pappanamkodu Lakshmanan

Pappanamkodu Lakshmanan was an Indian film director, scriptwriter and lyricist in Malayalam movies during the 1970s and 1980s.[1] He started his career with Indulekha in 1967.[2] He worked for around 100 Malayalam movies with the areas of his contribution including lyrics, script, story and dialogue.[3][4]

Pappanamkodu Lakshmanan
Born(1936-12-06)6 December 1936
Died3 January 1998(1998-01-03) (aged 61)
NationalityIndian
OccupationFilm director, screenwriter, lyricist
Years active1976-1995

Partial filmographyEdit

DialogueEdit

  • Udyaanalakshmi (1976)
  • Pick Pocket (1976)
  • Kaayamkulam Kochunniyude Makan (1976)
  • Ammaayi Amma (1977)
  • Muttathe Mulla (1977)
  • Randu Lokam (1977)
  • Minimol (1977)
  • Rathimanmadhan (1977)
  • Ninakku Njaanum Enikku Neeyum (1978)
  • Aanakkalari (1978)
  • Mattoru Karnan (1978)
  • Kanalkattakal (1978)
  • Sundarimaarude Swapnangal (1978)
  • Velluvili (1978)
  • Praarthana (1978)
  • Mudramothiram (1978)
  • Bhaaryayum Kaamukiyum (1978)
  • Saayoojyam (1979)
  • Ankakkuri (1979)
  • Indradhanussu (1979)

ScreenplayEdit

  • Udyaanalakshmi (1976)
  • Pick Pocket (1976)
  • Kaayamkulam Kochunniyude Makan (1976)
  • Ammaayi Amma (1977)
  • Minimol (1977)
  • Rathimanmadhan (1977)
  • Ninakku Njaanum Enikku Neeyum (1978)
  • Aanakkalari (1978)
  • Mattoru Karnan (1978)
  • Kanalkattakal (1978)

StoryEdit

  • Udyaanalakshmi (1976)
  • Pick Pocket (1976)
  • Kaayamkulam Kochunniyude Makan (1976)
  • Ammaayi Amma (1977)
  • Minimol (1977)
  • Rathimanmadhan (1977)
  • Ninakku Njaanum Enikku Neeyum (1978)
  • Aanakkalari (1978)
  • Mattoru Karnan (1978)
  • Kanalkattakal (1978)

CastEdit

  • Indulekha (1967)

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 3 September 2014. Retrieved 28 August 2014.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  2. ^ http://www.malayalachalachithram.com/profiles.php?i=1012
  3. ^ http://spicyonion.com/person/pappanamkodu-lakshmanan-movies-list/
  4. ^ "Pappanamkodu Lakshmanan". FilmiBeat. Retrieved 12 September 2019.

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