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Ponkunnam, Kottayam, Kerala
|Occupation||School teacher, screenwriter, actor|
|Notable work||1983 (film)and Pavada|
Bipin Chandran was born in Ponkunnam, Kerala, India. He is a school teacher, started his career at AKJM HSS Kanjirappally and now at GHSS Edakunnam. He is married and has two kids. He did his schooling at AKJM HS Kanjirappally, During his school days he won many accolades in acting. He Joined St. Berchamans College, Changanacherry and met Martin PS, today's Martin Prakkat, Kerala State Film Award winner for Best Director. He won the Prem Nazir Trophy for the Best Actor.He was the Arts Club Secretary and then the Magazine Editor at S B College.
Bipin Chandran is an author as well, he wrote the book 'Mammootty: Kazhchayum Vayanayum', an anthology of memoirs that mark Mammootty as an actor, interviews and essays. His other works are 'Kriyaathmaka Jeevithathilekku Pathu Chuvadukal' (translation of Windy Dryden's 10 steps to creative living), Best Actor Screenplay and 'Maayude Kathukal' (translation of letters written to Ajitha by Mandakini Narayanan). Bipin Chandran has come out with his new book titled "Ormayundo ee mukham" A book discussing the cult dialogues of Malayalam movies recently.
|Aashiq Abu||Mammootty, Master Dhananjay, Richa Pallod||Debut film as a dialogue writer (Also in a cameo)||Hit|
|Martin Prakkat||Mammootty, Lal, Sruthi Krishna||Debut film as script writer||Super-hit|
|Raj Prabavathy Menon||Anoop Menon , Babu Antony , Balachandra Menon||Dialogue||Disaster|
|Abrid Shine||Nivin Pauly, Anoop Menon, Srinda Ashab||Screen Play||Mega-hit|
|5||Samsaaram Aarogyathinu Haanikaram
|Balaji Mohan||Dulquer Salmaan, Nazriya Nazim, Madhoo||Dialogue||disaster|
|G. Marthandan||Prithviraj Sukumaran, Biju Menon, Mia George||Story & Screenplay||Super-Hit|
|Lal||Dileep, Madonna Sebastian, Lal||Dialogue (Also in cameo)||Super Hit|
|Antony Sony||Manju Warrier, Amala, Shane Nigam||Screen play||Hit|
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