Kottarakkara Sreedharan Nair

Kottarakkara Sreedharan Nair

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Sreedharan Nair (1922–1986), popularly known as Kottarakkara and Kottarakkara Sreedharan Nair, was an Indian film actor in Malayalam movies. He hailed from Kottarakkara in Kollam district of Kerala.

Sreedharan Nair won two Kerala state film awards. In 1970, he won the best actor award and in 1969 the second best actor award.

He is best remembered for his role as Chempankunju in the national award winning film Chemmeen directed by Ramu Kariat. Other impressive performances were in the films Veluthampi Dalava (as Veluthampi Dalava), Thommante Makkal (1965) as Thomman, and Pazhassi Raja (1964) as Pazhassi Raja.

Sreedharan Nair was born in 1922 to Padinjattinkara Korattiyode Narayana Pillai and Ummini Amma. His son Saikumar, daughter Shobha Mohan, his son-in-law Mohan Kumar, his grand children Anil Pappan, Vinu Mohan, Anu Mohan, his great-grandson Master Kailasveswar S Nair, and grand-daughter-in-law Lekshmi Shaji are...
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