T. S. Suresh Babu

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T.S.Suresh Babu
Born
Other namesReji
Occupation(s)Film director
Screen writer
Years active1980 – Present
SpouseSreeja
ChildrenParvathy Suresh

T.S. Suresh Babu is an Indian film director, concentrating mainly on Malayalam movies. He started his career in the cinema industry by assisting the renowned director P.G. Viswambharan. He started his career as an independent director under the name Reji with the successful film Itha Innu Muthal starring Shankar, Mammootty and Mohanlal together. His Kottayam Kunjachan is regarded as a cult classic in Malayalam cinema [1] He is also a board member of KSFDC.

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Filmography

YearFilmCastNotes
1984 Itha Innu Muthal Shankar, Mammootty, Mohanlal
1985 Oru Naal Innoru Naal Prem Nazir, Shankar, Ratheesh
1986 Ponnum Kudathinum Pottu Shankar, Menaka, Mukesh, Rohini
1988 Sanghunadam Mammootty, Nalini, Rohini, Suresh Gopi
1990 Kottayam Kunjachan Mammootty, Ranjini, Sukumaran, Innocent, Babu Antony
1991Koodikkaazhcha Jayaram, Jagadeesh, Sukumaran, Urvashi, Babu Antony
1992 Maanyanmar Mukesh, Sreenivasan, Jagadeesh, Ramyakrishnan
1992 Kizhakkan Pathrose Mammootty, Urvashi, Parvathy, Raghuvaran
1993 Customs Diary Jayaram, Mukesh, Ranjitha, Radha Ravi
1993 Uppukandam Brothers Captain Raju, Mohan Raj, Babu Antony, Jagadeesh, Geetha, Maathu
1994 Palayam Manoj K. Jayan, Ratheesh, Urvashi, Srividya
1995 Prayikkara Pappan Madhu, Murali, Geetha, Chippy
1995 Indian Military Intelligence Murali, Babu Antony, M. G. Soman, Sukumaran, Srividya
1997 Shibiram Manoj K. Jayan, Sukumaran, Divya Unni
1999 Stalin Sivadas Mammootty, Kusbhoo, Captain Raju, Shankar
2000 Mark Antony Suresh Gopi, Divya Unni, Kaveri, Lalu Alex
2010 Kanyakumari Express Suresh Gopi, Lena, Babu Antony, Sarayu
2011 Uppukandam Brothers Back in Action Srikanth, Babu Antony, Vani Viswanath, Richard Rishi, Honey Rose
2023 DNA Ashkar Soudhan, Babu Antony, Rai Laxmi, Hanna Reji Koshy, Swasika [2]

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  2. "List of Malayalam Movies directed by TS Suresh Babu" . Retrieved 12 December 2013.