Narain is a famous South Indian Actor who hails from Thrissur. His original name is Sunil Kumar. He was born to Mr. T.M.Ramakrishnan and Shantha Kumari in Calcutta. He did a cinematography course at Adayar Film Institute and after that, he joined with Rajeev Menon as an Assistant Director. After that, he moved to acting and done his first movie Nizhalkuthu directed by Adoor Gopalakrishnan. People identified him through his movie Four the people directed by Jayaraj . He played the role of a police officer and later he acted in the movie Achuvinte Amma directed by Sathyan Anthickad. Meera Jasmine did the female lead. He played the same police officer role in the remake version of four the people in Tamil Bengali and Telugu version.
 
 
Classmates one of the biggest hit of Narain made him very popular actor. He played the role of Murali, son of a college professor. The entire storey revolves around the friendship of some students. His first movie in Tamil was Chithiram Pesuthadi, which was a super hit directed by Mishkin. He changed his name from Sunil to Narain after the success of his first Tamil movie and he got a handful of movies after that. He got some good character roles like collector Vetrivel in the movie Pallikoodam.
 
In 2012, Narain played a negative role in the movie Mugamoodi starred by Jeeva in the lead role and he acted with Mohanlal in Grandmaster again as a police officer. Narain is now busy with more movies and he will be playing the lead role in Kakki Satta, a remake of Kamal Haasan's movie. Narain is married to Manju and the couple has a daughter Tanmaya.
Balan K Nair Malayalam Actor

Balan K Nair

Balan K. Nair was a Malayalam actor born on 4 April 1933 in Chemancheri, Calicut. He made his reputation acting as a villain in most of the southern films. Balan started his acting career at a very young age of 14 with the association of Sangamam Theatre, Kozhikode. He was the eldest among his siblings and his parents died when he was very young. Balan had to face struggles before he became an actor. He made his debut with the film Nizhalattam in 1970. During his career, he won many prestigious awards including The National Award for The Best Actor in Oppol for his role as a military officer. Balan also won The Kerala State Film Award twice for second best actor in Adhithi and Thacholi Ambu in 1974 and 1978 respectively. He was a renowned actor of the south film industry and worked for both Tamil and Malayalam Film Industry. During his career, he did 4 Tamil movies and 228 movies. He was not only famous for his villain roles but also for his strong character roles. He also acted as stunt double for Dev Anand in the movie Sarhad in 1960. Before his debut in the Indian cinema, he was a mechanic and owned a metal workshop. During the era of 1970, he was regarded as one of the top villains of the Malayalam film industry. His son Meghanathan is also an actor though not as renowned as his father. Balan was married to Sarada Nair and had five children. On 26 August 2000, Balan died in Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala at Sree Chitra Tirunal Hospital from his prolonged bone cancer. Balan always played a very strong character on the screen and was one of the dominative and legendary villain of the Malayalam Film Industry. Balan is regarded as the best villain and will be acclaimed for his role in the coming decades.

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Oduvil Unnikrishnan

Oduvil Unnikrishnan was a classic, versatile actor in Malayalam Industry .Unnikrishnan was born in 1944 to Krishnan Menon and Parukutty Amma. His house name is Oduvil later from his house name he got his screen name as Oduvil Unnikrishnan. He had a great interest in music and took vocal training under Kalamandalam Vasudeva Paniker, he also played the instruments like Mridangam and Tabla. He joined in K.P.A.C as a tabla artist .He had a great interest in music and finally that made him sang so many songs and he composed music for an album Parasuram Express. He also did music for an unreleased movie Sarvam Saha directed by Ravi Gupta.   His first movie was Drashanam directed by P.N Menon. He did many character as well as comic roles. Devasuram , Meleparambil Aanveedu, Sreekrishna Prundu, Ponn Muttyidunna Tharavu, Nizhalkuthu Nagaragalil Chennu Raparkkam , Aniyan Bava Chetan Bava etc were his famous movies. For Nizhalkuthu movie directed by Adoor Gopalakrishnan he got Kerala state best actor award in 2002.   Oduvil did a fantastic job in the movie Devasuram starred by Mohanlal in lead role and even though his role in the movie is small, it had a great effect. In that movie his character sung a song for Mohanlal’s character Neelakandan ‘Vande Mukunda Hare’ song and that was a heart touching song. Even though the song was sung by music director M G Radhakrishnan it feels that the song was actually sung by Oduvil itself. Even now itself whenever that song hears every Malayalee remembers about Oduvil. He had severe kidney problems and died on 27 May 2006.

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Oduvil Unnikrishnan Malayalam Actor