1981 - present
Kamaluddin Mohammed Majeed
Film director, screenwriter
K. M. Abdul Majeed and Sulaikhabhi
Januse Mohammed Majeed, Hanna Mohammed Majeed
Kerala State Film Award for Best Film
Jagadish , Ranjith (director) , Innocent (actor)
Tharapakittu kamal director part 2 of 3
Kamal (born Kamaluddin Mohammed Majeed) is an Indian film director, screenwriter, and producer best known for his work in Malayalam cinema. He is the current Chairman of the Kerala State Film Academy.
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- Personal life
- Awards and nominations
Kamal made his directorial debut with the 1986 film Mizhineerppoovukal. In a career spanning over three decades, Kamal has directed over forty films. His films have won various National Film Awards and Kerala State Film Awards, including films such as Ulladakkam (1991), Mazhayethum Munpe (1995), Madhuranombarakkattu (2000), Meghamalhar (2001), Nammal (2002), Perumazhakkalam (2004), Karutha Pakshikal (2006), and Celluloid (2013).
mammootty a writer s actor while mohanlal a complete director s actor director kamal
He started his career by writing the film Thraasa, directed by Padiyan in 1981. He also worked as an associate director in the film.
His first film was Mizhineer Pookkal in 1986 and to date, he has directed more than 43 movies, among which are two non-Malayalam movies, one each in Tamil and Hindi. Apart from his role as a director, Kamal has held several administrative posts within the Malayalm film industry. He had previously acted as the general secretary of Malayalam Cine Technicians Association (MACTA) and has been an executive member of the Kerala Chalachitra Academy. He is currently the President of the Kerala Director’s Union (FEFKA).
His works include Unnikale Oru Katha Parayam, Kakkothikavile Appooppan Thadikal, Thoovalsparsham, Ghazal, Ulladakam, Ee Puzhayam Kadannu Azhagiya Ravanan, Mazhayethum Munpe, Meghamalhar, Madhuranombarakaattu, Perumazhakkalam, Karutha Pakshikal, Khaddama and Celluloid. His interest in film-making led him to enroll at the Kalabharathi Film Institute in Thrissur.
Celluloid (2013) is the biopic of J.C Daniel, the father of Malayalam cinema. Smitha at the entertainment site oneindia.com stated that the film is one of the best films made in recent times from Indian cinema.
His upcoming project Aami is a biopic on celebrated poet and author Kamala Surayya.
Awards and nominations
National Film Awards