Ivan Megharoopan: A Biographical Drama Based on P. Kunhiraman Nairs Autobiography
Ivan Megharoopan is a 2012 Malayalam movie directed by P. Balachandran and starring Prakash Bare, Padmapriya, Shweta Menon, Ramya Nambeeshan and others. The movie is based on the life of Malayalam poet P. Kunhiraman Nair and is particularly inspired by his autobiography, Kaviyude Kalpadukal (The Footprints of the Poet).
The movie follows the eventful life journey of poet laureate K.P. Madhavan Nair, a character drawn from the life story of P. Kunhiraman Nair. The movie explores his relationships with various women who influenced his poetry and his personal life. The movie also depicts the social and political changes that happened in Kerala during his lifetime.
The movie received critical acclaim and won five Kerala State Film Awards, including Best Debut Director for P. Balachandran, Best Actor for Prakash Bare, Best Music Director for Sharreth, Best Female Singer for Shweta Mohan and Best Sound Recordist for M.R. Rajakrishnan.
The movie is a tribute to the great Malayalam poet P. Kunhiraman Nair, who is known for his lyrical and romantic poems that reflect his love for nature and women. His poems are also known for their social criticism and political awareness.
If you are a fan of Malayalam cinema and poetry, you should not miss this movie. You can watch it online or download it from various sources using the keyword IVAN.MEGHAROOPAN.MALAYALAM.MOVIE.2012.DVDSCR.-.X264.-.AAC-.MP3.
P. Kunhiraman Nair: The Poet Behind Ivan Megharoopan
P. Kunhiraman Nair, also known as Mahakavi P, was one of the most prominent Malayalam poets of the 20th century. He was born on October 4, 1905, in Bellikoth near Kanhangad, in Kasaragod district of Kerala. He was a self-taught poet who learned Sanskrit and Vedanta from his father, who was a scholar and physician. He started writing poems at a young age and fell in love with a girl named Vattoli Kunjilakshmy, whom he married against his familys wishes.
P. Kunhiraman Nair was a wanderer who traveled across Kerala, observing its natural beauty, culture, traditions and people. He wrote poems that captured the essence of Kerala and its spirit. He also wrote poems that reflected his personal experiences, emotions and struggles. He was influenced by the romantic poets of English literature as well as the Bhakti poets of India. He experimented with various forms and styles of poetry and enriched Malayalam literature with his lyrical and musical expressions.
P. Kunhiraman Nair received many awards and honors for his poetic contributions. He received the inaugural Kerala Sahitya Akademi Award for Poetry in 1959 for his collection Kaliyachanmadhiraashi. He also received the Sahitya Akademi Award in 1967 for his collection Thamarathoni. He was conferred the title of Bhakthakavi by the Raja of Nileshwaram in 1948 and Mahakavi by the Kerala Sahitya Akademi in 1972. He died on May 27, 1978, in Thiruvananthapuram.
Ivan Megharoopan: The Movie That Celebrates P. Kunhiraman Nairs Life and Poetry
Ivan Megharoopan is a movie that pays homage to P. Kunhiraman Nairs life and poetry. The movie is directed by P. Balachandran, who is also a writer and actor. The movie stars Prakash Bare as K.P. Madhavan Nair, a fictional character based on P. Kunhiraman Nairs life story. The movie also features Padmapriya, Shweta Menon, Ramya Nambeeshan and others as the women who influenced K.P. Madhavan Nairs poetry and personal life.
The movie narrates the eventful life journey of K.P. Madhavan Nair from his childhood to his old age. The movie showcases his love for poetry, nature and women as well as his struggles with society, family and himself. The movie also depicts the social and political changes that happened in Kerala during his lifetime. The movie uses P. Kunhiraman Nairs poems as background music and dialogues to enhance the mood and theme of the movie.
The movie received critical acclaim and won five Kerala State Film Awards, including Best Debut Director for P. Balachandran, Best Actor for Prakash Bare, Best Music Director for Sharreth, Best Female Singer for Shweta Mohan and Best Sound Recordist for M.R. Rajakrishnan. c481cea774