Jose Thomas

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Jose Thomas
Jose Thomas Moonukandathil

30 July 1963
Years active1986
SpouseSindhu Jose Thomas(m:1994)
ChildrenKeziya Teresa Jose,Johan Jose Thomas
Parent(s)Varkey Thomas,Elizabeth Thomas

Jose Thomas is an Indian film director in Malayalam movies. [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] He directed more than 20 Malayalam movies. [6] [7] His popular movies are Mattupetti Machan, Kanjirapally Kariyachan, Udayapuram Sulthan, Mayamohini and Sringaravelan. [8] [9]



Ente Sreekuttikku 1993 Mukesh, Thilakan, Maathu
Njaan Kodeeshwaran 1994 Jagadish, Vinodini, Sudheesh
Saadaram 1995 Suresh Gopi, Geetha, Lalu Alex
Kanjirappally Kariyachan1996 Janardanan, Vijayaraghavan, Biju Menon, Maathu
Adivaram1997 Vijayaraghavan, Murali, Charmila
Meenakshi Kalyanam 1998 Mukesh, Mohini, Jagathy Sreekumar, Kalabhavan Navas
Mattupetti Machan 1998 Mukesh, Baiju, Jagathy Sreekumar, Oduvil Unnikrishnan, Maathu, Sreelakshmi
Udayapuram Sulthan 1999 Dileep, Preetha Vijaykumar, Captain Raju, Narendra Prasad, Innocent
Tokyo Nagarathile Viseshangal 1999 Mukesh, Vijayaraghavan, Maathu, Jagathy Sreekumar
Sundarapurushan 2001 Suresh Gopi, Mukesh, Devayani, Nandini.
Snehithan 2002 Kunchacko Boban, Krishna, Preetha Vijayakumar, Nandana.
Youth Festival2004 Sidharth Bharathan, Aby Kunjumon, Bhavana, Meenakshi
Chirattakkalippaattangal2005 Mukesh, Rajan P Dev, Cochin Haneefa
Mayamohini 2012 Dileep, Biju Menon, Mohan Sharma, Baburaj, Mythili
Sringaravelan 2013 Dileep, Vedhika, Lal ,Joy Mathew,Kalabhavan Shajohn,Baburaj,Shammi Thilakan
Swarna Kaduva 2016 Biju Menon, Innocent, Iniya, Hareesh Perumanna

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