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Utpal V Nayanar
|Born||27 December 1959|
Kanhangad, Kerala, India
Utpal V Nayanar (born 27 December 1959) is an Indian cinematographer and director from Kasaragod, Kerala.
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|1995||Kakkakkum Poochakkum Kalyanam||Malayalam|
|1996||Mookkilla Rajyathu Murimookkan Rajavu||Malayalam|
|1998||Bharya Veettil Paramasukham||Malayalam|
|2000||Manassil Oru Manjuthulli||Malayalam|
|2000||Rapid Action Force||Malayalam|
|2001||En Mana Vaanil||Tamil|
|2003||Varum Varunnu Vannu||Malayalam|
|2004||C. I. Mahadevan 5 Adi 4 Inchu||Malayalam|
|2009||Ee Pattanathil Bhootham||Malayalam|
|2010||Unakkaga En Kadhal||Tamil|
|2010||Again Kasargod Khader Bhai||Malayalam|
|2016||Dabak Daba Aisa||Tulu|||
Erambala Krishnan Nayanar was an Indian politician of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) or CPI(M). He served three terms as the Chief Minister of Kerala for a total of 10 years, 11 months and 22 days, thus making him the longest-serving holder of that office. At the time of death, he was a senior leader within the CPI(M), being a member of its central Politburo (1992–2004), and twice heading its Kerala state unit.
The Nayanars were a group of 63 Tamil Hindu saints living during the 6th to 8th centuries CE who were devoted to the Hindu god Shiva. Along with the Alvars, their contemporaries who were devoted to Vishnu, they influenced the Bhakti movement in early medieval South India. The names of the Nayanars were first compiled by Sundarar. The list was expanded by Nambiyandar Nambi during his compilation of material by the poets for the Tirumurai collection, and would include Sundarar himself and Sundarar's parents.
Saat Hindustani is a 1969 Indian action film written and directed by Khwaja Ahmad Abbas. The film portrays the heroic story of seven Indians who attempt to liberate Goa from the Portuguese colonial rule. The cast included Madhu, Utpal Dutt, Shehnaz, A. K. Hangal, Anwar Ali, and Amitabh Bachchan who made his debut with this film.
Utpal Dutta was an Indian actor, director, and writer-playwright. He was primarily an actor in Bengali theatre, where he became a pioneering figure in Modern Indian theatre, when he founded the "Little Theatre Group" in 1949. This group enacted many English, Shakespearean and Brecht plays, in a period now known as the "Epic theatre" period, before it immersed itself completely in highly political and radical theatre. His plays became an apt vehicle for the expression of his Marxist ideologies, visible in socio-political plays such as Kallol (1965), Manusher Adhikar, Louha Manob (1964), Tiner Toloar and Maha-Bidroha. He also acted in over 100 Bengali and Hindi films in a career spanning 40 years, and remains most known for his roles in films such as Mrinal Sen’s Bhuvan Shome (1969), Satyajit Ray’s Agantuk (1991), Gautam Ghose’s Padma Nadir Majhi (1993) and Hrishikesh Mukherjee's breezy Hindi comedies such as Gol Maal (1979) and Rang Birangi (1983). He also did the role of a sculptor, Sir Digindra Narayan, in the episode Seemant Heera of Byomkesh Bakshi on Doordarshan in 1993, shortly before his death.
Vengayil Kunhiraman Nayanar was a Malayali essayist and short story writer, and a prominent landlord of Malabar district.
Shaukeen (transl. Enthusiast) is a 1982 Indian Hindi-language comedy film directed by Basu Chatterjee dealing with the psychological aspects of people reaching the dusk of their life. The movie stars Ashok Kumar, Utpal Dutt, A.K. Hangal, Rati Agnihotri and Mithun Chakraborty.
The Guru is a 1969 film by Merchant Ivory Productions, with a screenplay by Ruth Prawer Jhabvala and James Ivory.
Paar is a 1984 Indian Hindi-language film directed by Goutam Ghose and produced by Swapan Sarkar. The film stars Shabana Azmi, Naseeruddin Shah and Om Puri. Naseeruddin Shah won a Volpi Cup for his role as Naurangia. The film was based on Bengali story Paari by Samaresh Basu.
Prem Vivah is a 1979 Indian Hindi-language film directed by Basu Chatterjee and produced by Ramraj Nahta, starring Mithun Chakraborty, Bindiya Goswami, Utpal Dutt and Asha Parekh.
Pasand Apni Apni is a 1983 Indian Hindi-language film directed by Basu Chatterjee, starring Ashok Kumar, Mithun Chakraborty, Rati Agnihotri, Utpal Dutt. The concept of this movie is based on the 1951 British film Happy Go Lovely, which was earlier used in the 1969 movie Sajan and subsequently in Ghajini.
Shobha Sen was Bengali theatre and film actress.
Shubh Kaamna is a 1983 Indian Hindi-language comedy drama film directed by K. Vishwanath and produced by V. V. Shastri. It stars Rakesh Roshan, Rati Agnihotri, Vinod Mehra, Sujit Kumar, Utpal Dutt, Om Prakash and music for the film was scored by R. D. Burman. The film was a remake of the Telugu film Subhalekha.
Ghoshayaathra is a 1993 Indian Malayalam-language film, directed by G. S. Vijayan for Sreelakshmi Creations, starring Sai Kumar in the lead role, supported by Devan, Parvathy and Thilakan playing other important roles. The first title of this film was Khalaasi.
Viralminda Nayanar, also known as Viranmindar (Viranmintar), Viranmintan and Viranminda Nayanar, is a Nayanar saint, venerated in the Hindu sect of Shaivism. He is generally counted as the sixth in the list of 63 Nayanars. He was a contemporary of Sundarar. He along with Cheraman Perumal Nayanar are the two Nayanars from Kerala. Viralminda Nayanar is described in legends as the reason Sundarar composed a hymn to the Nayanar saints, which became the first compilation of the list.
Meiporul Nayanar known as Meypporul Nayanar, Meipporul (Meypporul), Meiporular, Meypporular, Maiporul Nayanar and Miladudaiyar is a Nayanar saint, venerated in the Hindu sect of Shaivism. He is generally counted as the fifth in the list of 63 Nayanars.
Tirunilakanta Nayanar, also known as Tirunilakanta, Nilakantan and Tirunilakantar (Thiruneelakandar) was a Nayanar saint, venerated in the Hindu sect of Shaivism. He is generally counted as the second in the list of 63 Nayanars.
Lakhimpur Assembly constituency is one of the 126 assembly constituencies of Assam a north east state of India. Lakhimpur is also part of Lakhimpur Lok Sabha constituency.
Utpal Das is an Assamese film actor. His debut Assamese feature film was Dhon Kuberor Dhon in 2009 while his acting debut was through VCD film Ringa Ringa mon in 2004.
Nilavariyathe is a 2017 Malayalam language film produced by Biju V Mathai and Kunjambu Nair. The film is directed by Utpal V Nayanar, and stars Anumol and Bala in the lead roles, along with Indrans, Sudheer Karamana, Kalasala Babu, Santhosh Keezhattoor and Shivani Bhai. The music is composed by Kanjangad Ramachandran. The film is based on a story written by Suraj Mavila.
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