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Actor Nedumudi Venu has had a prolonged and eventful organization with a Malayalam film industry, that saw him behaving in 500 films over 40 years. To honour a 69-year-old “gentleman” film actor, a informative night will be hosted here on Nov 26.
Leading film writer Suresh Kumar told media on Monday that detached from a open assembly to honour Venu, there will be a special informative and low-pitched programme formed on some of a characters Venu had played.
The programme will be organized by a Trivandrum Film Fraternity along with a Kerala supervision and a Vayalar Ramavarma Cultural organisation.
“One of a biggest reasons for his success and his 500 films is given he came from a entertainment and has excelled in any and each purpose that he has played,” pronounced Kumar.
Venu, who hails from water-locked Nedumudi in Alappuzha, came to a state collateral some-more than 4 decades behind and starting his career as a journalist.
It was his organization with renouned playwright, entertainment director, producer and lyricist Kavalam Narayana Panicker, that done his entrance into Malayalam films easy.
After donning a greasepaint in “Thampu” (1978) by executive G. Aravindan, Venu’s tour began in a film industry. He has given played countless roles that have been etched in a minds of many.
Among his hugely renouned roles are ones in films like “Thakara”, “Chamaram”, “Kallan Pavithran”, “Vida Parayum Munpe”, “Panchavadi Palam” and has been a live handle in many a films destined by Priyadarshan.
A multi-faceted personality, Venu is a good mridangam actor and besides scripting films, he has also destined one.
A hugely renouned chairman on film sets, Venu is famous for his amiable manners and his artless celebrity has helped him in carrying a far-reaching round of friends both from a film attention and outside.