Revathy Kalamandhir is an Indian film production company based in Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala. It was founded in 1993 by producer G. Suresh Kumar. The company is run by Kumar and his wife and former actress Menaka. They have produced more than 15 films in Malayalam cinema.
|Founded||1 January 1993|
|Founder||G. Suresh Kumar|
|Headquarters||Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, India|
|G. Suresh Kumar|
|Owner||G. Suresh Kumar|
After graduation, G. Suresh Kumar founded a film production company, Bhanumathy Films, in 1980 with its debut production being a Tamil film titled Karayae Thodathae Alaykal, directed by Ashok Kumar, written by Priyadarshan and starring Vijayan and Menaka. However, the project was shelved. In 1981, Kumar along with Sanal Kumar established the production company, Sooryodaya Creations. From Coolie (1983) to Vishnulokam (1991), eight films were produced under the banner. In 1993, Kumar founded an independent production company under the name Revathy Kalamandhir, named after his elder daughter Revathy. It is headquartered at Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala.
All productions credited to G. Suresh Kumar and Sanal Kumar.
|1984||Poochakkoru Mookkuthi||Priyadarshan's directorial debut|
|1986||Ayalvasi Oru Daridravasi|
|1985||Akkare Ninnoru Maran|
All productions credited to Menaka, except otherwise noted.
|2002||Kuberan||Debut of Keerthy Suresh|
|2006||Mahasamudram||Credit: G. Suresh Kumar|
|2009||Neelaththaamara||Remake of Neelathamara (1979)|
|2011||Rathinirvedam||Remake of Rathinirvedam (1979)|
|2012||Chattakari||Credit: G. Suresh Kumar|
Remake of Chattakkari (1974)
|2017||Matchbox||Credit: G. Suresh Kumar|
Revathy Kalamandhir Film AcademyEdit
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