Diphan

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Diphan
Born 1972
Kerala, India
Died (aged 45)[1]
Occupation director
Years active 2003-2017

Diphan or Deepan (1972 – 13 March 2017) was an Indian film director best known for his Malayalam films.[2] He was best known as the director of the blockbuster Puthiya Mukham, released in 2009 and starring Prithviraj Sukumaran. He died on 13 March 2017 after a long time with kidney problems. He was the son of the dubbing artist Anandavally.

Filmography[edit]

Year Film Cast Reference
2003 Leader Vijayakumar, Sadiq, Vijayaraghavan, Saikumar [2]
2009 Puthiya Mukham Prithviraj Sukumaran, Bala, Priyamani, Meera Nandan [3]
2012 Hero Prithviraj Sukumaran, Srikanth, Yami Gautam [4]
2012 SIM Ann Augustine, Deepak, Manikandan Pattambi [2]
2012 Gangs Of Vadakkumnathan from D Company Unni Mukundan, Jayasurya, Parvathy Nair, Anoop Menon [2]
2014 Dolphin Bar (Earlier named as "The Dolphins") Suresh Gopi Anoop Menon [2]
2017 Satya Jayaram, Parvathy Nambiar, Roma Asrani, Rahul Dev Post-production

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