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Dr Thulasidas

Thulasidas is an Indian film and serial director who works in the South Indian film industry.

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Early life

Thulasidas studied at Venjaramoodu high school and Attingal Sree Narayana College. He married Shiny Thulasidas (September 13, 1995). The couple have two children, Surya TS Nair and Anushka T S Nair.

Career

Thulasidas started his film career as assistant director and associate director to P.K Joseph.

In 1989 he debuted as an independent director with Onninu Purakea Mattonnu (1989), which starred Thlakan, Ratheesh, Nedumudi venu and Rohini, produced by Sundarlal Nahatha. He contribution to Malayalam film industry includes huge box office hits such as Kasargod Khader Bhai (1992)(Siddique, Sunitha, Jagadeesh, Suchithra), Ezhara Ponnana (1992), Malappuram Haji Mahanaya Joji (1994) (Mukesh, Siddique, Maathu), Kumkumacheppu (1996) (Manoj K Jayan, Sobhana), Kilukil Pambaram (1997) (Jayaram, Vani viswanath),Sooryaputhran (1998) (Jayaram, Divya Unni), Melevaryathe Malakhakkuttikal (2000), Dosth (2001) (Kunchacko boban,Dileep, Kavya), Mr. Brahmachari (2003) (Mohanlal, Meena), College Kumaran (2008) (Mohanlal, Vimala Raman), In 2016 Thulasidas teamed up with producer K Manikandan came up with world's first ever movie without men, Girls (Malayalam) Thiraikku Varadha Kathai (English: Story never came on screen) in Tamil, is a bilingual horror thriller movie which earned him ICL award for best director in 2017,

Awards

Filmography

FilmYearCastNotes
Girls 2016 Nadhiya Moidu, Ineya, Eden, Aarthi Released in Tamil as Thiraikku Varaatha Kathai
Killadi Raman 2011 Mukesh, Siddique, Lena
Again Kasargod Khader Bhai 2010 Jagadish, Innocent, Radha Varma
College Kumaran 2008 Mohanlal, Vimala Raman
Rakshakan 2007 Kalabhavan Mani, Manya
Avan Chandiyude Makan 2007 Prithviraj, Vijayaraghavan, Sridevika
Mr. Brahmachari 2003 Mohanlal, Meena
Pranayamanithooval 2002 Jayasurya, Vineeth Kumar, Gopika
Dosth 2001 Kunchakko Boban, Dileep, Kavya Madhavan
Melevaryathe Malakhakkuttikal 2000 Balachandra Menon, Geetha, Abhirami, Jomol
Manthrikumaran 1998 Mukesh, Sangita
Sooryaputhran 1998 Jayaram, Divya Unni, Jagadish, Innocent
Kilukil Pambaram 1997 Jayaram, Jagathy Sreekumar, Vani Viswanath
Mayaponman 1997 Dileep, Mohini
Aayiram Naavulla Ananthan 1996 Mamootty, Murali, Madhavi, Gouthami
Kumkumacheppu 1996 Manoj K. Jayan, Shobhana, Priya Raman
Manikya Chempazhukka 1995 Mukesh, Maathu, Sivaranjani
Minnaminuginum Minnukettu 1995 Jayaram, Shobhana, Jagadish
Sundari Neeyum Sundaran Njanum 1995 Mukesh, Ranjitha, Thilakan
Veettai Paaru Naattai Paaru 1994 Sivakumar, Jayanthi Tamil Film
Malappuram Haji Mahanaya Joji 1994 Mukesh, Siddique, Madhu, Maathu, Jagathy Sreekumar,
Shudhamaddalam 1994 Mukesh, Vijayakumar, Madhurima
Ithu Manju Kaalam 1993 Suresh Gopi, Urvashi, Manoj K Jayan
Poochakkaru Mani Kettum 1992Mukesh, Siddique
Congratulations Miss Anitha Menon 1992 Siddique, Leena Nair
Ezhara Ponnana 1992 Jayaram, Kanaka
Kasargod Khader Bhai 1992 Siddique, Jagadish, Suchithra, Sunitha, Innocent
Chanchattam 1991 Jayaram, Urvashi, Siddique
Mimics Parade 1991 Jagadeesh, Siddique, Suchithra, Sunitha
Parallel College 1991 Suresh Gopi, Geetha, Maathu
Prosecution 1990 Manoj K Jayan, Ranjini
Kouthuka Varthakal 1990 Mukesh, Suresh Gopi, Urvashi, Ranjini, Siddique
Layanam 1989 Silk Smitha, Nandhu
Onninu Purake Mattonnu 1988 Thilakan, Nedumudi Venu, Ratheesh, Rohini

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