Pranavam Arts

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Pranavam Arts International
Type Private
Founded 1990
Headquarters Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, India
Key people Mohanlal
Suchithra Mohanlal
Products Production

Pranavam Arts is a film production company founded in Thiruvananthapuram by Indian film actor Mohanlal. Pranavam Arts' first production was the 1990 film His Highness Abdullah, which became one of the biggest hits in Malayalam cinema. Pranavam Arts has since produced many successful movies and has earned a reputation as one of the leading production houses in the Malayalam movie industry.[1]

The production company was named after Mohanlal's son Pranav. Its title was later changed to Pranavam Arts International.

Several of the films produced under Pranavam Arts have received National and State Awards. Bharatham and Vanaprastham, the two films for which Mohanlal won his National Best Actor awards, were produced by Mohanlal under Pranavam Arts.

Filmography[edit]

Year Film Co-stars Director Role Awards
1990 His Highness Abdullah Gouthami, Nedumudi Venu Sibi Malayil Abdullah/Ananthan Namboothiri National Film Award for Best Male Playback Singer - M. G. Sreekumar
National Film Award for Best Supporting Actor - Nedumudi Venu
Ujala Award, Kerala Movies Goers Award for Best Actor - Mohanlal
1991 Bharatham Urvashi, Lakshmi, Nedumudi Venu Sibi Malayil Kalliyoor Gopinathan National Film Award, Critics Award for Best Actor - Mohanlal
National Film Award for Best Male Playback Singer - Dr. K. J. Yesudas
National Film Award (Special Jury Award), Kerala State Film Award for Best Music Director -Raveendran
Kerala State Film Award for Second Best Film
Kerala State Film Award for Best Actress - Urvashi
Kerala State Film Award (Special Jury Award) - Nedumudi Venu
Critics Award for Best Screenplay - A. K. Lohithadas
1992 Kamaladalam Monisha Unni, Vineeth Sibi Malayil Nandagopal
1993 Mithunam Urvashi Priyadarshan Sethumadhavan
1994 Pingami Kanaka Sathyan Anthikkad Capt. Vijay Menon
1996 Kaalapani Tabu Priyadarshan Dr.Govardhan/Unni National Film Award, Kerala State Film Award for Best Cinematographer - Santhosh Sivan
National Film Award, Kerala State Film Award for Best Art Director - Sabu Cyril
National Film Award for Best Audiography - Deepan Chatterji
National Film Award for Best Special Effects - Venky
Kerala State Film Award for Second Best Film
Kerala State Film Award for Best Actor - Mohanlal
Kerala State Film Award for Best Music Director - Dr. Ilaiyaraaja
Kerala State Film Award for Best Processing Lab - Gemini Colour Lab
Kerala State Film Award for Best Costume Designer - Sajin Raghavan
1998 Kanmadam Manju Warrier A. K. Lohithadas Vishwanathan Asianet Film Awards for Best Actress - Manju Warrier
1998 Harikrishnans Mammootty, Juhi Chawla Fazil Krishnan
1999 Olympiyan Anthony Adam Meena Bhadran Varghese Antony I.P.S. Asianet Film Award for Best Editor – A. Sreekar Prasad
1999 Vanaprastham Suhasini Shaji N. Karun Kunhikuttan National Film Award for Best Feature Film
National Film Award, Kerala State Film Award, Filmfare Award, Critics Award, Mathrubhumi Award for Best Actor - Mohanlal
National Film Award, Kerala State Film Award for Best Editor - A. Sreekar Prasad, Joseph Guinvarch
Kerala State Film Award for Best Director - Shaji N. Karun
Kerala State Film Award for Best Sound Recordist - Lakshmy Narayana, Bruno Tareere
Kerala State Film Award for Best Processing Lab - Prasad Colour Lab
Kerala State Film Award for Best Makeup Artist - M. O. Devasya, Saleem
2010 Kandahar Dr. Amitabh Bachchan, Ganesh Venkatraman Major Ravi Major Mahadevan Asianet Film Award for Best Feature Film on National Integration

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