Top 10 Malayalam Films Directed By Ranjith

Top 10 Malayalam Films Directed By Ranjith Malayalam Article
 
 
This 2011 film directed by Ranjith won the National Award of 2011 for the Best Feature Film in Malayalam. Prithviraj, Rima Kallingal, Thilakan, and Tini Tom appeared in the lead roles with a satirical dig on those who intends to make easy money. Produced by August Cinema, it became a box-office hit and also won the State Best Film Award.
 
2. ' Spirit'
 
 
This 2012 film makes a satirical dig on the alcoholics of Kerala. With Mohanlal as the hero playing the character Raghuraman, the picture became a top hit at the box-office and ran for 100 days in the theaters. It also won several accolades including a National Award and two State Awards. Shankar Ramakrishnan, Kaniha, Lena, and Madhu plays other lead roles in it. The songs of this movie also got popular attention for their mesmerizing lyrics and composition.
 
3. 'Thirakkatha'
 
 
This film directed by Ranjith is a tribute to the brilliant South Indian actress Srividya, who had once been the ideal heroine among the Malayalam audience. It won the National Award in 2008 for the Best Malayalam Feature Film. Priyamani, who played the character Malavika, and Anoop Menon who appeared as Ajayachandran got many critical acclaims and appreciation for their performances.
 
4. Paleri Manikyam: Oru Pathirakolapathakathinte Katha
 
 
This film tells the story of a village in old Kerala, and a murder case which shook the place. It features Mammootty in the role of three characters; Ahmed Haji, Khalid Ahmed, and Haridas Ahmed, for which he received a State Best Actor Award. Shweta Menon also won a State Award for her character Cheeru in this movie. Mythili, Sreenivasan, Siddique, and Gowri Munchal played other characters in it. It also brought many accolades to the director Ranjith.
 
5. Pranchiyettan & the Saint
 
 
With the typical Thrissur slang and attitude, Mammootty has put forward extraordinary acting in this film. It became a super hit in 2010 completing 150 days of theatrical run. Innocent, Priyamani, Siddique, and Khushboo also played significant roles in the picture. It portrays the innocence of a common man, and the story progresses through the incidents that take place in his life.
 
 
 
This is one of the favorite films of the Malayalee audience all over the world. With the story of devotion and innocence of an ordinary village girl Balamani, it became a super hit at the box-office. This picture won Ranjith the Best Director Award at the 2002 Filmfare Awards. It also marks the debuts of Prithviraj and Navya Nair. The songs of this movie are also the evergreen hits in Malayalam industry.
 
 
 
With Mohanlal in double roles, playing the legendary character Mangalassery Neelakandan, this film became a top hit in 2001. Directed by Ranjith, it won two State Awards and many other awards. It also won the Best Popular Film Award in 2001. Innocent, Napoleon, Vasundhara, Das, Vijayaraghavan, and Siddique played other roles in the picture.
 
 
 
This 2003 movie directed by Ranjith has Kavya Madhavan in double roles, and Indrajith, Jagathy Sreekumar, Sukumari, and Dileep in other roles. With a female-oriented story and interwoven plots, it makes a lasting impact on the audience. The songs by Raveendran Master and Background Score by Johnson Master in this film received much appreciation.
 
9. ' Loham'
 
 
This movie has Ranjith and Mohanlal united after a long time to give yet another hit. But it did not make expected success at the theaters. Produced by Aashirvad Cinemas, it made a collection of around 15 crores from the box-office. Ranji Panicker, Andrea Jeremiah, Siddique, and Ajmal Ameer appeared in the role of other characters in the picture. It also failed to receive critical success.
 
10. ' Leela'
 
 
This recent film of Ranjith, features Biju Menon in the lead with Vijaya Rakhavan, Indrans, and Suresh Krishna playing other characters. Released in 2016, it received mixed reviews from the critics. It is an adaptation of the short story written by Unni. R named Leela. It offers a psychological insight into the characters.