Thoppil Bhasi

Thoppil Bhasi (Malayalam: തോപ്പില്‍ ഭാസി) (born 1924 April 8 – died 1992 December 8) was a Malayalam playwright, screenwriter, and film director. He was associated with the communist movement in Kerala and his play Ningalenne Communistakki (You Made Me a Communist) is considered to be a groundbreaking event in the history of Malayalam theatre.

Read more about Thoppil Bhasi:  Early Life, Social Life, Personal Life, Awards and Recognition, Literary Works, Death, Selected Books

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Kerala State Film Award For Best Actress
... Sethumadhavan, Thoppil Bhasi, P ... ) 1973 ... – Jayabharathi ( ജയഭാരതി ) Madhavikutty, Gayathri Thoppil Bhasi 1974 ... – Lakshmi (ലക്ഷ്മി ) Chattakari K ... Backer 1978 ... – Sobha (ശോഭ ) Ente Neelakasham Thoppil Bhasi 1979 ... Srividya (ശ്രീവിദ്യ ) Edavazhiyile poocha mindapoocha,Jeevitham oru gaanam Hariharan, Sreekumaran Thampy 12 1980 ...
Thoppil Bhasi - Personal Life
... Thoppil Bhasi’s wedding with Amminiamma, the niece of C Shankaranarayanan – ex-Speaker of the Kerala Legislative Assembly was solemnised when he was on the run, a wanted man for the government ! In a moving ... him a new shirt as he was fed up of seeing Thoppil Bhasi in the same shirt everytime! Thoppil seems to have famously remarked, “Chackochen, I have 8 shirts of the same color and type, and all eight ... Thoppil Bhasi has 4 sons – Ajayan, Soman, Rajan and Suresh, and daughter Mala ...