Maha Subair

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Maha Subair
Subair Pareed

Kerala, India
OccupationFilm producer
Years active1987 - present
Notable work

Maha Subair, born Subair Pareed, is an Indian film producer, predominantly working in Malayalam films. [1] [2] [3] He is associated with Varna Chithra [4] and has produced a number of films [5] such as Meesa Madhavan , [6] Manassinakkare , [7] Thirakkatha , [8] Christian Brothers , [9] the first mentioned being the highest grossing film in the year of its release. [10]



Meesa Madhavan 2002 Lal Jose
Manassinakkare 2003 Sathyan Anthikkad
Pattalam 2003 Lal Jose
Paleri Manikyam: Oru Pathirakolapathakathinte Katha 2009 Ranjith
Penpattanam 2010 V. M. Vinu
Mr. Marumakan 2012Sandhya Mohan
Rose Guitarinal 2013 Ranjan Pramod
Salaam Kashmier 2014 Joshiy
Aakashamittayee 2017 Samuthirakani & M. Padmakumar
Drama 2018 Ranjith
Kaadhal Mudichu [11] 2021 Ranjith

Awards and honours

National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Malayalam 2008 Thirakkatha [12]
Kerala State Film Award for Best Film 2009 Paleri Manikyam [13]
Kerala Film Critics Award for Popular Film 2002 Meesa Madhavan
Filmfare Award for Best Film – Malayalam 2003 Manassinakkare [14]
Filmfare Award for Best Film – Malayalam 2008 Thirakkatha [15]
Vanitha Film Award for Best Film 2003 Manassinakkare
Vanitha Film Award for Best Film 2008 Thirakkatha

See also

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