New Delhi: Recognized for his work within the Malayalam cinema, P. Balachandran handed away earlier this morning (April 5, 2021), reportedly. Apart from being an actor, Balachandran was additionally a director, author and playwright.
- Balachandran breathed his final at his residence in Vaikom, Kerala. The ‘One’ actor was born on February 2, 1952, and is finest recognized for the play ‘Paavam Usman’ for which Balachandran acquired the ‘Kerala Sahitya Akademi Award’ and ‘Kerala Skilled Nataka Award’ within the yr 1989.
Balachandran made his appearing debut within the 1982 biographical movie ‘Gandhi’, which relies on the lifetime of Mahatma Gandhi. He then starred in a number of different films together with ‘Trivandrum Lodge’, ‘Eeda’, ‘Howdy Namasthe’, ‘Charlie’, ‘Legislation Level’ and lots of extra.
Balchandran began his profession as a script-writer within the yr 1991 with the film ‘Uncle Bun’. He has scripted different films together with ‘Ulladakkam’, ‘Pavithram’, ‘Agnidevan’, ‘Punaradhivasam’ and ‘Kammatti Paadam’.
He made his directorial debut within the yr 2012 with the film ‘Ivan Megharoopan’. His final display look was within the 2021 Malayalam political thriller ‘One’ the place he portrayed the function of Attingal Madhusoodanan, MLA Opposition. ‘One’ stars Mammootty within the lead function.
Balachandran is survived by his spouse Sreelatha and two youngsters Sreekanth and Parvathy.
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