Sasi Kalinga is an Indian actor involved in Malayalam film industry. He was born in Kunnamangalam, Kozhikode. His childhood name was Chandrakumar. He was not from a filmy background or support. He received his education from St. Joseph’s Boys’ higher secondary school. He has a diploma in automobile engineering from Govt Polytechnic College in Kozhikode. He got married to his wife, Prabhavathi. In his career in Malayalam cinema, he has performed various serious roles in many films. He is not an actor who works for grabbing just only name and fame; instead, he delivered marvelous performances in his various films. His original style of acting and dialogue delivery makes him unique in himself and shows his dedication and love towards Malayalam movies. He mainly performed serious roles in several films like Paleri Manikyam: Oru Pathirakolapathakthinte Katha in 2009, Pranchiyettan & the Saint in 2010. Indian Rupee Click to look into! >> Read More... Indian Rupee in 2011 and many more.

These films were made under the direction of famous Malayalam director Ranjith. His most worthy work was in National Award winning film Adaminte Makan Abu produced by Salim Ahamed A multi-tasker who has mastered the roles of a dir >> Read More... Salim Ahamed in 2011. His blockbuster movie was Amen in the year 2013. He has contributed to supporting actor role in various films like Kerala Cafe Kerala Cafe is a comedy show which came on the cha >> Read More... Kerala Cafe , Puthumukhangal, Kudumbasree Travels, Note Out, Three Kings Unnam and Doctor Innocentanu. His role was of supporting actor in these films, but his work was commendable and notable in all the roles that he played. His most recent movies include Thilothama, Nikah, Amar Akbar Anthony, Loham, Utopiayile Rajavu Click to look into! >> Read More... Utopiayile Rajavu , Jilebi, Ellam Chettante Ishtam pole, The Reporter, Homely Meals Click to look into! >> Read More... Homely Meals , Vellimoonga in the years 2015 and 2014. These movies made his profile much and much better. Sasi is a dedicated actor in real sense and is contributing till now to the Malayalam cinema.

Sathyan Nadar

Sathyan Nadar is an Indian actor who worked for Malayalam films. He has a pretty good name in the industry, and people respected him duly. He has won the Kerala State Film Award twice and was renowned for his versatile acting skills. He is remembered for introducing and pioneering the realistic and natural style of acting in Malayalam cinema. Stating his personal life, he was born to Catholic parents. Sathyan passed the Vidwan exam, equivalent to Master of Arts before joining Saint Joseph's School, Trivandrum as a teacher. Then he got a job in the Kerala Secretariat. Later he joined the army in 1941 and got posted as a Commissioned Officer of the Viceroy of India. He was married to Jessy. They have three sons named Prakash, Satheesh and Jeevan. He once happened to meet chief editor K. Balakrishnan and was successful in impressing him. Balakrishnan cast him as the protagonist in the film written and produced by him, titled Thyagaseema. However, this film was never released. His first film Aatmasakhi was finally released in 1952. It was a mark in the Malayalam industry that has an authentic Malayalam story. It was awarded the Rajat Kamal Award. His other performances include Udhyogastha, Snehaseema, NairuPidichaPulivalu, VeettuMrugam. One of his characters Othenan became famous among the people. Till date, he has acted in 150 Malayalam and two Tamil films. He won the first Kerala State Award for his brilliant performance in Kadalpalam. He was posthumously awarded the Kerala State Film Award for Best Actor in 1971 for his performance in Karakanakadal. He died on June 15, 1971, at Madras after a battle of 10 years with blood cancer. He was one of the superstars of the Malayalam Cinema. The way he showcased masculinity was worth praising.

Sathyan Nadar Malayalam Actor