K. Madhu

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K. Madhu
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Haripad, Kerala, India
OccupationFilm director, producer

K. Madhu is an Indian film director and producer who works predominantly in the Malayalam film industry. He made his debut with Malarum Kiliyum [1] and has directed over 30 feature films in various languages (Malayalam, Tamil, Telugu & Kannada).



FEFKA: Film Employees Federation of Kerala

KSFDC: Kerala State Film Development Corporation

MACTA: Malayalam Cine Technicians Association


1986 Malarum Kiliyum Malayalam
1986 Ee Kaikalil MalayalamKaloor Dennis
1987 Irupatham Noottandu MalayalamS. N. Swamy
1988 Oru CBI Diary Kurippu MalayalamS. N. Swamy
1988 Oohakachavadam MalayalamS. N. Swamy
1988 Moonnam Mura MalayalamS. N. Swamy
1989Thalaippu Seithigal Tamil
1989 Magaadu Telugu S. N. Swamy
1989 Adhipan Malayalam Jagadeesh
1989 Jagratha MalayalamS. N. Swamy
1989 Adikkurippu MalayalamS. N. Swamy
1990 Randam Varavu MalayalamJohn Paul
1990 Mounam Sammadham TamilS. N. Swamy
1990 Orukkam MalayalamBalachandran Chullikkad, John Paul
1991 Adayalam MalayalamS. N. Swamy
1992 Kavacham MalayalamSab John
1993 Thalamura MalayalamA R Mukhesh
1995 Oru Abhibhashakante Case Diary MalayalamS. N. Swamy
1997 Janadhipathyam Malayalam A. K. Sajan
1999Underworld Kannada Chinni Krishna
1999 The Godman MalayalamSathish Pathissery
1999 Crime File MalayalamA. K. Sajan, A. K. Santhosh
2001 Nariman MalayalamS. N. Swamy
2002 Chathurangam MalayalamBabu Janardanan
2004 Sethurama Iyer CBI MalayalamS. N. Swamy
2005 Nerariyan CBI MalayalamS. N. Swamy
2006 Pathaaka MalayalamRobin Thirumala
2007 Nadiya Kollappetta Rathri Malayalam A. K. Sajan
2009 Rahasya Police MalayalamS. N. Swamy
2012 Banking Hours 10 to 4 MalayalamSumesh-Amal
2022 CBI 5 Malayalam S. N. Swamy

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