|Written by||Dennis Joseph|
|Produced by||Joy Thomas|
|Starring|| Mammootty |
|Edited by||K. Sankunni|
|Distributed by||Jubilee Productions|
Shyama is a 1986 Indian Malayalam-language romantic thriller film produced by Joy Thomas under Jubilee Productions, directed by Joshiy and written by Dennis Joseph. It stars Mammootty and Nadia Moidu in the lead roles.  The film was remade in Tamil as Unakkaagavee Vaazhgiren .  It is partially inspired by Gulzar's Kinara. 
Viswanathan, a famous filmmaker, is haunted by the death of his wife and a young man whom he accidentally hit while driving. Later he meets Shyama, the daughter of his friend, still struggling with the death of her boyfriend, the man whom Viswanathan had killed. They fall in love but Viswanathan tries to avoid her. In the climax, he reveals the truth to Shyama. He tries to leave the town but is stopped by her brother Chandran. They have a fight and Viswanathan is hurt. The film ends where Shyama and Viswanathan console each other and are united.
After the success of Nirakkoottu , Dennis Joseph started receiving offers from various producers. However, none of them materialized. After a few months, Joseph decided to ask Joshiy to take him as assistant director so that he could learn filmmaking. As he was planning to ask Joshiy, he got a call from Joy Thomas. He was informed that due to some issues a project with Kaloor Dennis and Joshiy did not work out. Joseph was asked to prepare a script with the same cast of in 4 days, as the shooting was planned to start 5 days from then. However, Joseph was reluctant as he could not prepare a script in the given time. Joshiy recommended Joseph to develop a script based on a story he had discussed with him on the sets of Nirakkoottu in Kollam. On their insistence Joseph finally agreed. 
Shibu Rajav was one of Joseph's closest friends. Rajav had earlier made his debut as lyricist with Allimalarkkavu (1984). It was Joseph who recommended him as lyricists for the film. Raghu Kumar had earlier produced Joshiy's Dheera and had a commitment to him. Hence, he was chosen to be the music director. Joseph was asked to narrate a few scenes to Kumar so that he could compose the songs. The songs were composed in one morning. However, the song's lyrics hadn't been penned yet. The music was put into an audio cassette and was sent to Rajav. It was on the train ride that he penned the lyrics of the songs.  Joseph had not yet started to develop the script and had just made a rough outline of the story. The film's opening shot was with the 18th scene in Shyama's (Nadhiya Moidhu) house. However, Joseph had only written till scene 2 by then. As shooting was starting in 2 days, he began writing the scenes which featured Shyama's house first. He wrote the complete script in 2 nights and 2 days. 
|Soundtrack album by|
|Released||23 January 1986|
|Venue||Madras (now Chennai), Tamil Nadu|
|Studio||Panchathan Record Inn|
|Label||Ranjini Music Company|
|Reghu Kumar chronology|
The soundtrack consists of a total of 4 songs. The songs were composed by Raghu Kumar, with lyrics by Shibu Chakravarthy and Poovachal Khader. The film score was composed by Shyam. It was released on 23 January 1986 as an album on the Ranjini Music Company label. It was Dennis Joseph who recommended Shibu Chakravarthy as a lyricist for the film. Raghu Kumar was also a producer and had earlier produced Joshiy's Dheera. Since the film was a commercial failure Joshiy had a commitment to him. Hence, he was chosen to be the music director. 
The song Poonkaatte Poyi is picturized on Mukesh and Nadia Moidu, set in the Kharaharapriya raga.  All the film's songs were chartbusters and stayed in the charts for several months following its release. The song Chembarathipoove was a staple in marriages at the time.  Shibu Chakravarthy had his breakthrough as lyricist through the success of the film's soundtrack. 
|"Chembarathipoove"||K. S. Chithra||Shibu Chakravarthy|
|"Ekanthamam"||P. Jayachandran||Shibu Chakravarthy|
|"Poonkaatte Poyi"||Unni Menon, K. S. Chithra||Shibu Chakravarthy||Kharaharapriya|
|"Swarnamedukalil"||P. Jayachandran||Poovachal Khader|
The film was commercial success.   
Joshiy is an Indian film director and scriptwriter who works predominantly in Malayalam cinema. He has also directed Tamil, Hindi, Telugu and Kannada language films. He is a pioneer of action thrillers in Malayalam cinema. His films are known for its stylized imagery, color grading and film noir.
Nirakkoottu is a 1985 Indian Malayalam-language film directed by Joshiy, written by Dennis Joseph, starring Mammootty, Sumalatha, Urvashi, Lizy, Babu Namboothiri and Jose Prakash. The music was composed by Shyam. The story follows journalist Sasikala Varghese's (Urvashi) investigation of millionaire Ravi Varma (Mammootty), who is sentenced to death for the murder of his wife Mercy (Sumalatha).
Rajavinte Makan is a 1986 Indian Malayalam-language gangster film directed and produced by Thampi Kannanthanam from a screenplay by Dennis Joseph, based on the 1980 Rage of Angels by Sidney Sheldon. It stars Mohanlal as crime boss Vincent Gomes, and also features Ratheesh, Ambika and Mohan Jose in supporting roles. The film revolves around the rivalry between an underworld don, Vincent Gomes and the Home minister, N. Krishnadas.
No.20 Madras Mail is a 1990 Indian Malayalam-language comedy thriller film directed by Joshiy and written by Dennis Joseph from a story by Harikumar. The film stars Mohanlal in lead role and Jagadish, Maniyanpilla Raju, M. G. Soman, Ashokan, and Suchitra Murali in supporting roles, while Mammootty appears in an extended cameo as himself. The background score was composed by S. P. Venkatesh while the song was composed by Ouseppachan. The plot follows three youngsters who are embroiled in the murder mystery of a young woman in a train journey from Thiruvananthapuram to Madras. No.20 Madras Mail was released on 16 February 1990 and received positive reviews. Almost half of the film was shot inside a train. Four years later, the film was remade in Hindi as Teesra Kaun by Partho Ghosh.
Manu Uncle is a 1988 Indian Malayalam-language comedy-drama film directed by Dennis Joseph and produced by Joy Thomas. Starring Mammootty, M. G. Soman, Prathapachandran, Lissy, and B. Thyagarajan. Mohanlal made a cameo appearance as himself. The film was theatrically released on 7 April 1988 and was a box office success, completing a 100-day run in theatres. The film won a National Award for Best Children's Film. Suresh Gopi also appeared in a cameo role, playing the character S.I Minnal Prathapan. The character eventually developed a cult following several years after the release of the film.
New Delhi is a 1987 Malayalam language neo-noir action thriller film written by Dennis Joseph and directed by Joshiy and produced by Joy Thomas. It stars Mammootty, Suresh Gopi, Thiagarajan, Sumalatha, Urvashi, Siddique, Vijayaraghavan, Mohan Jose, Devan, and Jagannatha Varma.
Kauravar is a 1992 Indian Malayalam-language gangster film directed by Joshiy, written by Lohithadas, starring Mammootty, Vishnuvardhan, Thilakan, Murali, Anju, Babu Antony and Bheeman Raghu. The film was remade in Telugu as Khaidi Garu, with Mohan Babu. It was also remade into Kannada in 2001 by the title Devasura, starring Devraj and B. C. Patil.
Vajram is a 2004 Malayalam drama film written by Dennis Joseph and directed by Pramod Pappan. It starred Mammootty in the lead role and Master Mithun played another important role.
Sainyam is a 1994 Malayalam-language film written by S. N. Swamy and directed by Joshi. Starring Mammootty, Mukesh, Priya Raman, Mohini, Vikram, Dileep and Sukumaran in main roles. The film score and soundtrack were composed by S. P. Venkatesh.
Nair Saab is a 1989 Malayalam language action thriller film, written by Dennis Joseph and directed by Joshiy and produced by Liberty Productions. It stars Mammootty, Suresh Gopi, Mukesh and Geetha. It was released on the occasion of Onam. Nair Saab was one of the biggest blockbusters of Mammootty's career and established his super stardom
Dhinarathrangal is a 1988 Malayalam film written by Dennis Joseph, directed by Joshi and produced by S. V. Krishna Reddy and starring Mammootty, Sumalatha, and Mukesh. The score and soundtrack were composed by Shyam. The film was inspired by the Hindi film "Achanak", (1973).
Doubles is a 2011 Malayalam-language action comedy drama film directed by debutant Sohan Seenulal and written by the Sachi-Sethu duo. It stars Mammootty, Nadia Moidu and Taapsee Pannu, with Saiju Kurup, Anoop Chandran, Bijukuttan, Suraj Venjaramoodu, Anandaraj, Suresh and Avinash in other roles. It also features Roma and Rima Kallingal in cameo roles, and music by James Vasanthan. The film released coinciding with the festival of Vishu on 14 April 2011. Doubles is a story of two siblings who rescue victims of road accidents. Mammootty plays the role of Giri and Nadia his twin sister Gowri.
Shibu Chakravarthy is an Indian lyricist, screenwriter, journalist and poster designer who works in Malayalam cinema. He is one of the most coveted lyricists of Malayalam cinema who has bagged several awards and accolades. Having penned thousands of hits and blockbusters, he is undoubtedly the most popular and sought after writer of Mollywood.
Dennis Joseph was an Indian scriptwriter and director known for his work in Malayalam films. He was active during the 1980s and early 1990s. He frequently collaborated with directors Joshi and Thambi Kannanthanam. He is known for scripting films including Nirakkoottu (1985), Rajavinte Makan (1986), Shyama (1986), New Delhi (1987), No.20 Madras Mail (1990),Kottayam Kunjachan (1990), Indrajaalam (1990),"Appu" (1990),Akashadoothu (1993), Palayam (1994), and F.I.R. (1999). He also directed five films, including Manu Uncle, which won the National Film Award for Best Children's Film in 1988 and the Kerala State Film Award for the Best Children's Film in 1989.
Sangham is a 1988 Indian Malayalam-language film, directed by Joshiy and produced by K. Rajagopal. The film stars Mammootty, Thilakan, Parvathy and Saritha in the lead roles. The film has musical score by Shyam.
English: An Autumn in London is a 2013 Indian Malayalam film written by Ajayan Venugopalan and directed by Shyamaprasad. A drama with slight tinges of black humour and satire, the film stars Jayasurya, Nivin Pauly, Mukesh, Nadia Moidu, Remya Nambeesan. The film is produced by Binu Dev under the banner of Navarang Screens and features music composed by Rex Vijayan, whilst cinematography is handled by Udayan Ambaadi and is edited by Vinod Sukumaran. The film tells the story of the lives of several Malayalees living in London.
Manathe Vellitheru is a 1994 Indian Malayalam-language film directed by Fazil, starring Vineeth, Shobana, Mukesh, Lakshmi, Sanup Kumar and Sreenivasan. The film was dubbed in Tamil as Murattu Kaadhal.
Sayam Sandhya is a 1986 Indian Malayalam-language film, directed by Joshiy and produced by Thiruppathi Chettiyar. The film stars Mammootty, Geetha, Monisha and Suresh Gopi. The film has musical score by Shyam. The film was a major commercial failure.
Veendum is a 1986 Indian Malayalam film, directed by Joshiy starring Mammootty, Ratheesh, Jayashree and Geethu Mohandas in the lead roles. The film has musical score by Ouseppachan.
Dheera is a 1982 Indian Malayalam film, directed by Joshiy and produced by Raghu Kumar. The film stars Sukumaran, Ambika, M. G. Soman and Sumalatha in the lead roles. The film has musical score by Raghu Kumar.