Ranjan Abraham

Ranjan Abraham is an Indian film editor who predominantly works in Malayalam films. He had edited over 100 Malayalam films.[1]

He has debuted in Lal Jose directorial movie Oru Maravathoorkanavu in 1998. Since then he has been a regular editor of directors like Lal Jose, Vineeth Sreenivasan, Renjith, Johny Antony, Roshan Andrrews and Joshy.

Abraham is from Kerala and now stays at Valsarvakom, Chennai with his wife and daughter. His works includes Meesa madhavan, Classmates, Udayananu Tharam, Thuruppugulan (2006 film), Rajamanikyam, C.I.D.Moosa, Raavanaprabhu and Thattathin Marayathu.[2]

FilmographyEdit

Film EditorEdit

Year Film Director
1998 Oru Maravathoor Kanavu Lal Jose
1999 Chandranudikkunna Dikkil Lal Jose
1999 English Medium Pradeep Chokli
2000 Dreams Shajoon Kariyal
2001 Ravanaprabhu Ranjith
2001 Ee Parakkum Thalika Thaha
2001 Randam Bhavam Lal Jose
2001 Saivar Thirumeni Shajoon Kariyal
2002 In the Name of Buddha Rajesh Touchriver
2002 Mazhathullikkilukkam Akbar-Jose
2002 Meesa Madhavan Lal Jose
2003 Pattanathil Sundaran Vipin Mohan
2003 Ammakilikkoodu M. Padmakumar
2003 Mizhi Randilum Ranjith
2003 Melvilasam Sariyanu Pradeep Chokli
2003 Pattalam Lal Jose
2003 C.I.D. Moosa Johny Antony
2003 Mr. Brahmachari Thulasidas
2004 Oridam Pradeep Nair
2004 Runway Joshiy
2005 Rajamanikyam Anwar Rasheed
2005 Chanthupottu Lal Jose
2005 Kochi Rajavu Johny Antony
2005 Udayananu Tharam Rosshan Andrrews
2006 Notebook Rosshan Andrrews
2006 Pothan Vava Joshiy
2006 Classmates Lal Jose
2006 Vargam M. Padmakumar
2006 Cineku (short)
2006 Lion Joshiy
2007 Katha Parayumpol M. Mohanan
2007 Nasrani Joshiy
2007 Arabikkatha Lal Jose
2007 July 4 Joshiy
2007 The Speed Track Jayasurya

SL Puram Jayasurya

2007 Inspector Garud Johny Antony
2008 Sultan Sreeprakash
2008 Twenty:20 Joshiy
2008 Veruthe Oru Bharya Akku Akbar
2008 One Way Ticket Bipin Prabhakar
2008 Cycle Johny Antony
2008 Mulla Lal Jose
2008 Pachamarathanalil Leo Thaddeus
2009 Ee Pattanathil Bhootham Johny Antony
2009 Passenger Ranjith Sankar
2009 Kaana Kanmani Akku Akbar
2009 Neelathamara Lal Jose
2009 Robin Hood Joshiy
2009 Samastha Keralam PO Bipin Prabhakar
2010 Puthumukhangal Don Alex

Biju Majeed

2010 Malarvaadi Arts Club Vineeth Sreenivasan
2010 Adv. Lakshmanan Ladies Only
2011 Sevenes Joshiy
2011 Orma Mathram Madhu Kaithapram
2011 Christian Brothers Joshiy
2011 Payyans Leo Thaddeus
2011 Arjunan Saakshi Ranjith Sankar
2012 Masters Johny Antony
2012 Perinoru Makan
2012 Diamond Necklace Lal Jose
2012 Thattathin Marayathu Vineeth Sreenivasan
2012 Thappana Johny Antony
2012 Ayalum Njanum Thammil Lal Jose
2012 916 M. Mohanan
2013 Red Wine Salam Bappu
2013 Pullipulikalum Aattinkuttiyum Lal Jose
2013 Thira Vineeth Sreenivasan
2014 Polytechnic M. Padmakumar
2014 Vikramadithyan Lal Jose
2014 Bhaiyya Bhaiyya Johny Antony
2015 Picket 43 Major Ravi
2015 Mariyam Mukku James Albert
2015 Oru Vadakkan Selfie G. Prajith
2015 Kanal M. Padmakumar
2015 Anarkali Sachy
2015 Rajamma @ Yahoo Reghu Rama Varma
2015 My God M. Mohanan
2016 Jalam M. Padmakumar
2016 Moonam Naal Njayarazhcha T. A. Razzaq
2016 Dhanayathra
2016 Jacobinte Swargarajyam Vineeth Sreenivasan
2016 Thoppil Joppan Johny Antony
2016 Ore Mukham Sajith Jagadnandan
2017 Oru Cinemakkaran Leo Thaddeus
2017 Velipadinte Pusthakam Lal Jose
2018 Aravindante Athidhikal M. Mohanan
2018 Paviyettante Madhurachooral
2018 Pappu
2018 Thattumpurath Achuthan Lal Jose
2019 Sathyam Paranja Viswasikkuvo G. Prajith
2019 Sachin Santhosh Nair
2019 Naalpathiyonnu Lal Jose
2020 Ayyappanum Koshiyum Sachy (writer)
2021 Kunjeldho Mathukkutty

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ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Ranjan Abraham". msidb.
  2. ^ Kannalil, Soby (2012). AUDIO VIDEO EDITING. Chennai: St. Thomas College.

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