Rajasenan

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Rajasenan
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OccupationFilm director, screenwriter, actor , politician
Spouse(s)Sreelatha
ChildrenDevika

Rajasenan is an Indian film director, screenwriter, occasional actor, and politician who has worked in Malayalam cinema.[1] He made his debut with the 1984 film Paavam Krooran. His notable films include Kadinjool Kalyanam (1991), Ayalathe Adheham (1992), Meleparambil Aanveedu (1993), CID Unnikrishnan B.A., B.Ed. (1994), Vardhakya Puranam (1994), Aadyathe Kanmani (1995), Aniyan Bava Chetan Bava (1995), Kadhanayakan (1997), The Car (1997), Sreekrishnapurathe Nakshathrathilakkam (1998), and Darling Darling (2000).[2] Rajasenan also acted in the lead role in Bharya Onnu Makkal Moonnu (2009), which was also directed by himself.[3][4] In 2015 Rajasenan entered into politics through Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). He contested from the Aruvikkara constituency in the Thiruvananthapuram district at the 2016 Kerala State Legislative Assembly elections, and failed to win. He is now serving as the Kerala State Council member of BJP.

Family[edit]

He is married to Sreelatha and has a daughter, Devika RS. His son-in-law is Akhil.[5][6]

Filmography[edit]

Director[edit]

  1. Wound (2014)
  2. Radio Jockey (2013)
  3. 72 Model (2013)
  4. Innanu Aa Kalyanam (2011)
  5. Oru Small Family (2010)
  6. Bharya Onnu Makkal Moonnu (2009)
  7. Romeoo (2007)
  8. Kanaka Simhasanam (2006)
  9. Madhuchandralekha (2006)
  10. Immini Nalloraal (2005)
  11. Swapnam Kondu Thulabharam (2003)
  12. Nakshathrakkannulla Rajakumaran Avanundoru Rajakumari (2002)
  13. Malayali Mamanu Vanakkam (2002)
  14. Megasandesam (2001)
  15. Darling Darling (2000)
  16. Nadan Pennum Natupramaniyum (2000)
  17. Njangal Santhushtaranu (1999)
  18. Kottaram Veettile Apputtan (1998)
  19. Sreekrishnapurathe Nakshathrathilakkam (1998)
  20. Kadhanayakan (1997)
  21. The Car (1997)
  22. Dilliwala Rajakumaran (1996)
  23. Sathyabhamakkoru Premalekhanam (1996)
  24. Swapna Lokathe Balabhaskaran (1996)
  25. Aadyathe Kanmani (1995)
  26. Aniyan Bava Chetan Bava (1995)
  27. Vardhakya Puranam (1995)
  28. CID Unnikrishnan B.A., B.Ed. (1995)
  29. Meleparambil Aanveedu (1993)
  30. Ayalathe Addeham (1992)
  31. Kadinjool Kalyanam (1991)
  32. Kanikanum Neram (1987)
  33. Onnu Randu Moonu (1986)
  34. Santham Bheekaram (1985)
  35. Soundaryappinakkam (1985)
  36. Aagraham (1984)
  37. Paavam Krooran (1984)

Writer[edit]

  1. Wound (2014) (writer)
  2. Madhuchandralekha (2006) (story)
  3. Immini Nalloraal (2005) (writer)
  4. Swapna Lokathe Balabhaskaran (1996) (story) (as Sridevi)
  5. Aadyathe Kanmani (1995) (story) (as Sridevi)

Actor[edit]

  1. ’’Priyapettavar’’(2018)
  2. Thinkal Muthal Velli Vare (2015) .... Himself
  3. Wound (2014) .... Devadas
  4. Oru Small Family (2010).... R Vishwanathan
  5. Nalla Pattukare (2010)
  6. Bharya Onnu Makkal Moonnu (2009).... Chandramohan Thampi
  7. Kanninum Kannadikkum (2004) .... Himself

Television[edit]

Serials
  • Sambavami Yuge Yuge (Surya TV) (direction)
  • Krishnakripasagaram (Amrita TV)(direction)
  • Ente Manasaputhri (Asianet) (Actor)
  • Parinayam (Mazhavil Manorama) (Actor)
Other shows
  • Sallapam(DD)
  • Sangeetha Sagaram(Asianet)
  • Sangeetha Sagaram(Asianet Plus)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Rajasenan director-malayalam movie director rajasenan". webindia123.com. Retrieved 5 March 2010.
  2. ^ "Realising his direction in life". The Hindu. 7 April 2006. Retrieved 5 March 2010.
  3. ^ "Bharya Onnu Makkal Moonnu: A family drama". oneindia.in. Archived from the original on 7 July 2012. Retrieved 5 March 2010.
  4. ^ "Director Rajasenan turns hero". sify.com. Retrieved 5 March 2010.
  5. ^ http://www.sify.com/movies/devika-weds-akhil-imagegallery-malayalam-pbikCwccibjhi.html
  6. ^ "Mangalam Varika". mangalamvarika.com. Retrieved 29 October 2013.

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