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Extraordinary Movies of Adoor Gopalakrishnan; The Legend After Satyajith Ray In Indian Cinema

He is the most successful parallel filmmaker of India who was honoured with second highest civilian award of India, Padmavibhushan and the Dadasaheb Phalke Award for his contributions for Indian Cinema. Let go through his feature films..
(More Details : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adoor_Gopalakrishnan)

Swayamvaram

Released : 24 Nov, 1972
Starred : Madhu, Sharada
Awards : National Award – Best Film, Best Director, Best Actress

Narrated about struggles of a couple who married against the interest of their family

Kodiyettam

Released : 1977
Starred : Bharath Gopi, KPAC Lalitha
Awards : National Award – Best Actor, Best Regional Film

Screened the evolution of a protagonist in to mature family man. No BGM has used this movie also a commercial success in Kerala.

Elippathayam

Released : 1981
Starred : Karamana Janardhanan, Sharada
Awards : National Award – Best Regional Film, Best Audiography; British Film Institute Award; Screened in Cannes Film Festival. France.
Portrayed the failure of feudal system in Kerala and how them isolated from external world.

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Mukhamukham

Mukhamukham

Released : 1984
Starred : Karamana Janardhanan, Kaviyoor Ponnamma
Awards : National Award – Best Screenplay,Best Director, Best Regional Film, Best Audiography
The movie depicts about the condition of Indian Communist Party after their separation in 1964

Anantharam

Released : 1987
Starred : Mammootty, Shobhana
Awards : National Award – Best Screenplay,Best Director, Best Audiography

The Film adopted a non-linear way of narration by two stories with same ending.

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Mathilukal

Mathilukal

Released : may 18, 1989
Starred : Mammootty, Murali
Awards : National Award – Best Regional Film, Best Director, Best Actor, Best Audiography; Venice Film Festival Award.

A long drama film which visualized the unseen love of two convicts in prison by their conversations on two sides of a big wall.

Vidheyan

Released : 1993
Starred : Mammootty, M.R,Gopakumar
Awards : National Award – Best Regional Film, Best Actor
Travels through the inner emotions of man by choosing a relationship between a landlord and his obedient servant.

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Kathapurushan

Kathapurushan

Released : 1995
Starred : Viswanathan, Oormila Unni, Mini Nair
Awards : National Award – Best Film, Best Supporting Actress; Bombay International Film festival Award.

It was a journey to the history of Kerala and its humanistic aspects.

Nizhalkoothu

Released : Sep. 7, 2002
Starred : Oduvil Unnikrishnan, Sukumari
Awards : National Award – Best Regional Film, Bomabay International Film Festival Award

Sound against the injustice in Capital Punishment of India and focus to the mistakes in it.

Naalu Pennunghal

Released : Nov. 02, 2007
Starred : Kavya madhavan, Nandita Das, Geetu Mohandas
Awards : National Award – Best Director, Best Editor;Toronto International Film Festival Award

By choosing 4 different short stories, canvassed the realistic facets of Indian Woman.

Oru Pennunm Randaanum

Released : 2008
Starred : M.R Gopakumar, Praveena
Awards : State Award – Best Director, Best Supporting Actress, Best Screenplay, Best Audiography; Dubai International Festival Award.

The reflections of Second World War in British India, especially Kerala has conceived in this movie by narrating 4 stories in independent way.

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    Born and brought up in Kerala, India. Now in Mumbai, India doing first year of my Masters in Film Studies (M.A)..

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