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KG George

KG-George-profileThe chief apostle of the New Cinema movement in Malayalam cinema, KG George’s filmography is equally cerebral as it is commercial. Redefining middle-stream cinema, his movies as a director have been characterised by daring collaborations, techniques and ensemble casts that have proved to be huge commercial successes as well as milestones in Malayalam cinema, starting with his debut film Swapnadanam (1975).

KG George also gave Bharat Gopy one of his finest roles onscreen- as tablist Ayyappan in the seminal Yavanika (1982). He also considered Bharat Gopy as his favorite actor among all he has ever collaborated with, in his career as a film maker.

 
The following warm tribute forms a part of KG George’s memoirs as a film maker, “Flashback : Enteyum Cinemayudeyum” released in November 2012, published by DC Books. All rights of the content belong to DC Books and the excerpt has been shared here for non-commercial, academic and informational purposes only. You could buy a copy of the book here.
 

About Bharat Chronicler

The in-house master of ceremonies, online janitor and chronicler of the life and times of Bharat Gopy – playwright, author, director, producer and actor extraordinaire of Indian Cinema.

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