Mammootty 50 Years in Cinema | ‘The King’; Half a century to the acting phenomenon who fell in love with cinema with passion

Mammootty 50 Years in Cinema: Malayalam film megastar Mammootty is celebrating his 50 years in the film industry. His first film ‘Anubhavangal Palichakal’ was released in 1971.
Mammootty 50 Years in Cinema | 'The King'; Half a century to the acting phenomenon who fell in love with cinema with passion
Mammootty 50 Years in Cinema | ‘The King’; Half a century to the acting phenomenon who fell in love with cinema with passion

Mammootty 50 Years in Cinema: A boy who ran through the crowd in the movie Experiences Lost 50 Years Later became a personality who later influenced generations.
Half a century has passed since the star emperor of Malayalam, Muhammad Kutty, became the megastar Mammootty. His passion for acting and his unquenchable love for cinema are what make him a popular actor in his 60s.

Mammootty came to the screen in 1971. A boy who ran through the crowd in the movie Experiences Lost 50 Years Later became a personality who later influenced generations. Recently, a part of that memory was rippled on social media. It was a picture of a young man standing in a shot with actor Bahadur. At that time, the audience did not know the face or name of the actor.

Mammootty starrer ‘Vilkanundu Swapnangal’ was released in 1980, though it was released in 1971. The film is the first to be named in the title. The film, directed by Azad and scripted by MT Vasudevan Nair, is arguably Mammootty’s first film. The Mammootty era in Malayalam cinema begins with the role of Madhavankutty in this film and Mammootty becomes the merchant of dreams.

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Mammootty 50 Years in Cinema
Mammootty 50 Years in Cinema

Each anniversary of ‘Anubhavangal Paalichakal’ records the history of mega star Mammootty’s acting career. Half a century has passed since Mammootty’s film career as a mega star in 1987 in New Delhi.

In 1979, M.T. ‘Devalokam’ directed by Vasudevan Nair has Mammootty in the lead role. But the film never came out. Later, M.T. Mammootty was first recorded as the lead actor in the movie ‘Vilkanundu Swapnangal’ which was scripted. Sukumaran was the hero of the movie.

Mammootty made his film debut in Maunam Sammatham (1990), Swathi Kiranam (1992) in Telugu and Triyathri in Bollywood. However, he made his acting debut in Hindi in Dhartiputra (1993). He made his Kannada film debut with the bilingual film Shikari (2012). Dr. He also acted in the Indian-English film Babasaheb Ambedkar (2000).

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Mammootty has won three National Film Awards, seven Kerala State Film Awards, 13 Filmfare Awards and 11 Kerala Film Critics Awards. In 1998, Mammootty was awarded the Padma Shri, the fourth highest civilian honor, by the Government of India for his contribution to the Indian film industry. In 2010 he was awarded the degree of Doctor of Letters by the University of Kozhikode and the University of Kerala.

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