Milan Jaleel

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Milan Jaleel
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Born (1960-05-15) 15 May 1960 (age 62)
Nationality Indian
Occupation(s) producer, distributor

Milan Jaleel is an Indian film producer and distributor mainly works in Malayalam cinema. He produce and distribute films under the banner of Galaxy Films. He started his production works in 1997 by producing the movie Kalyanappittannu. [1]


At present he is the president of Kerala Film Producers' Association. [2]

Production and distribution

NoFilmYearStarringDirectorOther notes
1Kalyanappittannu1997 Mukesh, Dileep, Priya Raman K. K. Haridas
2Kudumba Varthakal1998 Dileep, Mohini Ali Akbar
3 Baadshah 1999 Shahrukh Khan, Twinkle Khanna Abbas–Mustan Distribution in Kerala
4 Chandranudikkunna Dikhil 1999 Dileep, Kavya Madhavan Lal Jose
5 Soothradharan 2001 Dileep, Meera Jasmine Lohithadas
6 Kunjikoonan 2002 Dileep, Navya Nair Sasi Shanker
7 Yathrakarude Sradhakku 2002 Jayaram, Soundarya Sathyan Anthikkad
8 Ben Johnson 2005 Kalabhavan Mani, Indraja Anil C. Menon
9 By the People 2005 Narain, Nischal, Anaitha Nair Jayaraj Distribution
10 Thuruppu Gulan 2006 Mammootty, Sneha Johny Antony
11Red Salute2006 Kalabhavan Mani Vinod Vijayan
12 Inspector Garud 2007 Dileep, Kavya Madhavan Johny Antony
13 Happy Husbands 2010 Jayaram, Indrajith, Jayasurya Saji Surendran
14 Again Kasargod Khader Bhai 2010 Jagadish, Ashokan Thulasidas
15 Cocktail 2010 Jayasurya, Anoop Menon, Samvrutha Sunil Arun Kumar
16 Ulakam Chuttum Valiban 2011 Jayaram, Biju Menon, Suraj Venjaramoodu Raj Babu
17 Thappana 2012 Mammootty, Charmy Kaur Johny Antony Official website
18 Run Baby Run 2012 Mohanlal, Amala Paul Joshiy
19 Lucky Star 2013 Jayaram, Rachana Deepu Anthikkad
20 Vallatha Pahayan 2013 Rachana Razak Muhammed
21 Praise the Lord 2014 Mammootty, Mukesh Reenu Mathews, Akanksha Puri Shibu Gangadharan
22 Njangalude Veettile Athidhikal 2014 Jayaram, Priyamani Sibi Malayil
23 Fireman 2015 Mammootty Deepu Karunakaran
24 Children's Park 2019 Vishnu Unnikrishnan, Dhruvan, Sharaf U Dheen, Gayathri Suresh, Sowmya Menon Shafi

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  1. "M'wood has always paid for staff: Milan Jaleel". The Times of India . Archived from the original on 4 January 2013.
  2. "Milan Jaleel elected president". Archived from the original on 26 January 2013.