7 Priyadarshan movies that will make you laugh out loud
Priyadarshan is one of the finest directors ever produced by Malayalam cinema. He has received several awards including Padma Shri, one national award and two Kerala state film awards. He is a specialist in making comedy movies. Here is the list of 7 Priyadarshan movies that will make you laugh out loud.
1. Mazha Peyyunnu Maddalam Kottunnu
Mazha Peyyunnu Maddalam Kottunnu is a cult comedy movie filled with slapstick and senseless comedies. The movie tells the story of two friends, Shambu and Sivan, who are fighting against each other to marry girls from rich families. The energetic Performance delivered actors like Mohanlal, Mukesh and Sreenivasan is the main speciality of the movie.
2. Boeing Boeing
If you are looking for a really big laugh, then Boeing Boeing is one of the best choices out there for you. Boeing Boeing is a tale of two friends Shyam and Anilkumar, who are trying to date three air hostesses at the same time. The movie was a huge blockbuster and later Priyadarshan himself remade this movie in Hindi as Garam Masala.
Chithram is one of the finest family dramedies ever made in Malayalam. The movie tells the story of a young man Vishnu, an escaped prisoner who acts as the makeshift husband of Kalyani. The movie was a huge success and one of the longest running movies in the history of Malayalam film industry. Chithram was the highest grossing film of the year 1988 with a collection of over 3 Crores.
Vandanam is a rom-com entertainer inspired by the Hollywood movie Stakeout. Vandanam was a box office failure even though it was a really good movie with some memorable comedy scenes and elements to thrill. Mohanlal –Mukesh combo took the movie to another level. Later, Priyadarshan himself remade Vandanam into Telugu as Nirnayam.
Kilukkam, written by Venu Nagavally, can be considered as one of the classic comedy movies in Malayalam. The story of the movie tells how the life of two young men, who settled in Ooty, changed when a mad girl came into their house. The movie was the highest grosser of that time and Mohanlal won the Kerala state film award for best actor for this movie.
Midhunam written by Sreenivasan tells the story of a middle-aged entrepreneur who wishes to start biscuit company. The movie was produced by Mohanlal under the banner Pranavam Arts. The powerful performance delivered by Innocent totally raised the bar of the movie. However, Midhunam, starring Mohanlal, Urvashi, Sreenivasan, Innocent and Jagathy Sreekumar in main roles, was not a box office success.
Chandralekha is an out and out comedy entertainer written and directed by Priyadarshan. The movie revolves around a man struggling in life, Appukkuttan, who was mistakenly identified as Alfy, husband of Chandrika Varma. The movie is produced by popular movie director Fazil. The movie was a box office success and became the highest grossing movie of the year 1997.
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