J. Pallassery

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J. Pallassery
Occupationscript writer
Years active1990 – present

J. Pallassery is an Indian film script writer and actor in Malayalam movies. [1] [2] [3] He did story, screenplay and dialogue for more than 50 Malayalam movies. [4] [5] He has also acted in many movies and tele-serials. [6]




  • Saanthwanam (1991)
  • Mukhachitram (1991)
  • Mukhamudra (1992)
  • Ponnaramthottathe Raajaavu (1992)
  • Snehasaagaram (1992)
  • Addeham Enna Iddeham (1993)
  • Samooham (1993)
  • Naaraayam (1993)
  • Kudumba Vishesham (1994)
  • Achan Kompathu Amma Varampathu (1995)
  • Harbour (1996)
  • Kalyaana Saugandhikam (1996)
  • Ullaasapoonkaattu (1997)
  • Maayapponmaan (1997)
  • Aayushmaan Bhava (1998)
  • Ilamura Thampuraan (1998)
  • Aaghosham (1998)
  • Aakaashaganga (1999)
  • Vaasanthiyum Lakshmiyum Pinne Njaanum (1999)
  • Mazhavillu (1999)
  • Daivathinte Makan (2000)
  • Karumaadikkuttan (2001)
  • Mazhathullikkilukkam (2002)
  • Sadaanandante Samayam (2003)
  • Mr Brahmachaari (2003)
  • Kusruthy (2004)
  • Boy Friend (2005)
  • The Don (2006)
  • Panthayakkozhi (2007)
  • Kangaroo (2007)
  • Kaancheepurathe Kalyaanam (2009)
  • Utharaaswayamvaram (2009)
  • Black Butterfly (2013)





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