Pinnilavu: A Requiem For Dear Ones

Pinnilavu: A Requiem For Dear Ones

Pinninilavu, A Requiem for Dear Ones: A Homage to colleagues from film industry who passed away

The event paid homage to the 27 artists from the Malayalam film industry including O.N.V Kurup, Kavalam Narayana Panicker, P. K. Nair and T. K Razak. The young artists like Kalpana, Kalabhavan Many, Jishnu Raghavan and Rajesh Pillai, whose early demise was a great lose to the industry were also given homage to, at the Nila theatre.
Books on these artists were released during the event. The book written on Kalabhavan Mani, penned by Madhu Janardan was released by Director Lal Jose by handing it over to Director Sibi Malayil. Veteran actress K. P. A. C Lalitha published the memoir of Kalpana written by Didi Damodaran by giving it to Bagyalakshmi. Director K B Venu received the book penned by film critic and director T. V. Chandran on the artistic journey and life of T. A. Razak which was published by Director G. S. Vijayan.
Also, ‘Pinnilavu’, a book consisting articles about the lives of 24 artists was also released as part of IFFK, with I. V. Sasi handing it over to B. Unnikrishnan. ‘Pinnilavu’ includes writings of John Paul, Bhagyalakshmi, Ramachandra Babu, Chelavoor Venu and Sreebala K. Menon.


From the stage of “Pinnilavu – A Requiem for Dear Ones” – Directors Sibi Malayil and Lal Jose releasing a work on late actor Kalabhavan Mani, edited by Madhu Janardhanan.


Director Sibi Malayil on “Pinnilavu.”


Dr. Lal Jose speaking on the stage of “Pinnilavu.”


From the stage of “Pinnilavu – A RequieM for Dear Ones.” Noted filmmaker T. V. Chandran and director G. S. VIjayan releasing a work on late scriptwriter T. A. Rasakh in the presence of Chairman and Festival Director Shri Kamal.


From the stage of “Pinnilavu – A Requiem for Dear Ones.” Dubbing artist Bhagyalekshmi and veteran actress K. P. A. C. Lalitha releasing the work on late actress Kalpana, in the presence of Chairman (KSCA) and Festival Director, Shri. Kamal.


From the stage of “Pinnilavu – A Requiem for Dear Ones.” Directors B. Unnikrishnan and I. V. Sasi releasing “Pinnilavu”, a work in homage to the colleagues who passed away.


Dir. B. Unnikrishnan on “Pinnilavu.”


Actor Sidharth Bharathan on the stage of “Pinnilavu.”


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