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He has directed 35 plays in Malayalam, English, Sanskrit, Kannada, Lithuanian, Finnish and Tamil. Chandradasan won the National award for the best play at Mahindra Theatre Festival for his play Karnabharam, New Delhi in 2008. He has achieved many awards for best play, direction, acting at theatre festivals all over India, apart from being a resource person in many theatre institutes, and universities. Chandradasan received the State Award of Kerala Sangeetha Nataka Academy for his outstanding contribution in Theatre. He was awarded with the Fulbright-Nehru Fellowship 2014 to visit USA and do research on the social connectivity of theatre in multiple contexts.
Chandradasan is the founder of Lokadharmi Theatre Group and Mazhavillu (rainbow), a children's theatre group,both based in Kochi, Kerala, India. He is the director board member of RRC, Banglore of NSD. He was a professor in Chemistry at St. Albert's College, Ernakulam.
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