|Directed by||I. V. Sasi|
|Written by||T. Damodaran|
|Produced by||Raju Mathew|
|Edited by||K. Narayanan|
|Distributed by||Century Release|
Adimakal Udamakal (transl. Slaves are the masters) is a 1987 Indian Malayalam-language political film directed by I. V. Sasi and written by T. Damodaran, starring Mammootty, Mohanlal, Nalini and Seema. Ratheesh, Mukesh, Urvashi, Jagathi Sreekumar, Captain Raju, Lissy, Sukumari and Santhakumari plays supporting roles.
It is a political film on trade union and its functioning in factories. Trade Union is headed by Raghavan (Mammootty). Mill Owner brings new manager Mohan Cheriyan (Mohanlal) to solve the company's issues with trade union leaders. Meanwhile, Indu, Mill Owner's sister is attracted to Mohan. Nexus between politicians and factory owners dumping workers for their selfish deeds is also highlighted. When the company is about to lay off due to union problems, Raghavan suggests a new formula for solving the company issues and this saves the company. The issue is resolved. However many union members turn against Raghavan. During the climax, chaos breaks out and Raghavan is killed by his own union members who despise him. Mohan is seen holding cloth covered in Raghavan's blood symbolizing Communist flag(red) and idea of "blood and sweat".
The film was released on 10 April 1987 and was a commercial success.    
Hello My Dear Wrong Number is a 1986 Indian Malayalam-language comedy thriller film directed by Priyadarshan and written by Sreenivasan from a story by Priyadarshan. It stars Mohanlal, Maniyanpilla Raju, Jagathy Sreekumar, Lissy and Menaka, with Mukesh in a guest appearance.
Mazha Peyyunnu Maddalam Kottunnu is a 1986 Indian Malayalam-language comedy film directed by Priyadarshan and written by Sreenivasan from a story by Jagadish. It stars an ensemble cast led by Mohanlal, Mukesh, Sreenivasan, Jagathi Sreekumar, Maniyanpilla Raju, Kuthiravattam Pappu and Lissy. Mammootty appears in a brief cameo role. The film was one of the highest-grossing Malayalam films of the year. It is now considered one of the best comedy films in Malayalam cinema. The film was remade in Telugu as Saradaga Kasepu and in Tamil as Manandhal Mahadevan (1989).
Nanayam (transl. Coin) is a 1983 Indian Malayalam-language drama film directed by I. V. Sasi and written by T. Damodaran. The film stars Madhu, Mammootty, Mohanlal, Seema, Poornima Jayaram, and Srividya. It is the story of two step brothers, Babu and Raju, who takes over the business of their parents, and the problems they encounter while running it. The music was composed by Shyam.
Gandharvam is a 1993 Indian Malayalam-language romantic thriller film directed by Sangeeth Sivan and written by Dennis Joseph from a story by Alex I. Kadavil and Sangeeth Sivan. It was produced by Suresh Balaje and stars Mohanlal and Kanchan, while Jagathi Sreekumar, Devan, Vijayakumar, Prem Kumar and Kaviyoor Ponnamma appears in supporting roles. The music was composed by S. P. Venkitesh.
1921 is a 1988 Indian Malayalam-language war film written by T. Damodaran and directed by I. V. Sasi, set during the 1921–22 Mappila Uprising in Madras Presidency. The film has an ensemble cast including Mammootty, Madhu, Suresh Gopi, T. G. Ravi, Seema, Urvashi and Mukesh. It tells the fictional story of Khader (Mammootty), a World War I veteran, who joins with the Mappila rebels during the Uprising.
Ahimsa (transl. Non-violence) is a 1981 Malayalam-language film directed by I. V. Sasi and written by T. Damodaran, starring Sukumaran, Ratheesh, Poornima Jayaram, Seema, Mohanlal, Mammootty, Balan K. Nair, and Menaka. The film won Kerala State Film Award for Second Best Actor (Mammootty) and Best Editor (Narayanan).
Vartha (transl. News) is a 1986 Indian Malayalam-language film, directed by I. V. Sasi and produced by P. V. Gangadharan. The film stars Mammootty, Seema, Mohanlal, Rahman, Venu Nagavally, K. P. A. C. Lalitha and Prathapachandran. The film has musical score by A. T. Ummer. The film was successful at the box office. The film was remade in Tamil as Palaivana Rojakkal (1986), and in Hindi as Jai Shiv Shankar, which never released.
Oru Mukham Pala Mukham is a 1983 Indian Malayalam-language action film directed by P. K. Joseph, starring Ratheesh, Srividya, Mohanlal, and Mammootty. Ratheesh plays Raveendran Thampi, who takes vengeance against Subhadramma Thankachi (Srividya), for killing his family and adopting him. Mohanlal plays the real son of Subhadramma Thankachi, while Mammootty plays Raveendran Thampi's real father.
Athirathram is a 1984 Indian Malayalam-language action thriller film directed by I. V. Sasi, written by John Paul and starring Mammootty, Mohanlal, and Seema. Mammootty's character Tharadas re-appears in Sasi's 2006 film Balram vs. Tharadas.
Nirnayam (transl. Decision) is a 1995 Indian Malayalam-language crime thriller film directed by Sangeeth Sivan, produced by Suresh Balaje, and written by Cheriyan Kalpakavadi. The film stars Mohanlal and Heera Rajgopal. The plot follows a doctor who has been falsely accused for his wife's murder escapes from the custody to discover the truth behind the incident and the actual perpetrators. The film's music was composed by R. Anandh.
Oothikachiya Ponnu is 1981 Indian Malayalam-language film directed by P. K. Joseph and written by V. K. Pavithran. The film reunited Mohanlal, Shanker and Poornima Jayaram after Manjil Virinja Pookkal (1980); it also features Mammootty.
Adiverukal is a 1986 Indian Malayalam-language social problem film directed by P. Anil and written by T. Damodaran from a story by Peruvanthanam Sukumaran. It was produced by Mohanlal and Century Kochumon under the company Chears Films. The film stars Mohanlal, Karthika, Sukumari and Jagathy Sreekumar. The film has musical score and songs composed by Shyam.
Sarvakalasala (transl. University) is a 1987 Indian Malayalam-language romantic comedy film written and directed by Venu Nagavally from a story by Cheriyan Kalpakavadi. The film stars Mohanlal, Jagathy Sreekumar, Sukumaran, Adoor Bhasi, and Seema. The music for the film was composed by M. G. Radhakrishnan.
Vicharana (Trial) is a 1988 Malayalam film written by A. K. Lohithadas and directed by Sibi Malayil. The film stars Mammootty, Sobhana, Nedumudi Venu, Seema, Mukesh, Jagathy Sreekumar and Prathapachandran.
Itha Innu Muthal is a 1984 Indian Malayalam-language comedy film directed by Reji, starring Shankar, Sreenath, Maniyanpilla Raju, Ranipadmini, with extended cameos by Mammootty and Mohanlal. The movie was a hit.
Ethirppukal is a 1984 Indian Malayalam film, directed by Unni Aranmula and produced by Unni Aranmula. The film stars Mammootty, Urvashi, Ratheesh and Shankar in the lead roles. The film has musical score by T. S. Radhakrishnan.
Vazhiyorakazchakal is a 1987 Indian Malayalam-language mystery drama film, directed and produced by Thampi Kannanthanam. The film stars Mohanlal, Ratheesh, Ambika and Jagathy Sreekumar. The film has musical score by S. P. Venkatesh.
Thirakal is a 1984 Indian Malayalam film, directed by K Vijayan and produced by Bhanuprakash V Pai. The film stars Seema, Sukumari, Mohanlal, Jagathy Sreekumar and Kaviyoor Ponnamma in the lead roles. The film has musical score by Shankar–Ganesh.
Iniyengilum is a 1983 Indian Malayalam-language social problem film directed by I. V. Sasi, written by T. Damodaran and produced by N. G. John. It stars Mohanlal, Ratheesh, Lalu Alex, Ranipadmini, Seema, and Mammootty. The film features music composed by Shyam. The film juxtaposes the economic and cultural conditions of Kerala and Japan.
Kottum Kuravayum is a 1987 Indian Malayalam film, directed by Alleppey Ashraf and produced by Eeraali. The film stars Sukumari, Mammootty, Jagathy Sreekumar and Innocent in the lead roles. The film has musical score by Raghu Kumar.