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Elternteil(e), O. N. Krishna Kurup, K. Lakshmikutty Amma.

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O.N.V Kurup was the son of O.N.Krishna Kurup and K. Lakshmikutty Amma and was in Chavara, Kollam (Quilon) in Kerala, on 27 May 1931. Following a bachelor's in economics from SN College, Kollam, he relocated to Thiruvananthapuram city, Trivandrum, where he studied at Travancore University (now Kerala University) and completed a Master of Arts in Malayalam-Literary.

Oyenviyude Ganangal *Songs of O.N.V. List of Prose by O.N.V. In additon to the invaluable contribution he made to Malayalam fiction, he was one of the foremost poets in the Malayalam movie, theatre and albums industries. It was part of many Kerala People's Arts Club (KPAC) plays, which have an important note in the Kerala revolution.

He made Kalam Marunnu (1956) his first movie, which was also the first movie of the well known Malay componist G. Devarajan. He has since worked in the cinema industry and has been awarded one domestic and fourteen state prizes (most from a Malay lake). It has written about 1000 songs[10] in about 232 movies and many songs for games and album.

In the Malayalam movie business, his partnership with Salil Chowdhury and M. B. Sreenivasan was so huge. Many hits have been made with pop musical director such as G. Devarajan, Raveendran, V. Dakshinamoorthy, M. S. Baburaj, M. K. Arjunan, K. Raghavan, Shyam, Johnson, Bombay Ravi, Mohan Sithara, M. G. Radhakrishnan, S. P. Venkatesh, Ouseppachan, Vidhyadharan and M. Jayachandran.

Fourteen Kerala State Film Awards for Best Copywriter: Member of the Executive Board of Sahitya Akademi, New Delhi from 1982-86. Chair, Kerala Kalamandalam - State Academy of Classical Dramatic Arts (1996). Member of the Kerala Sahitya Academy in 1999. Visit to the USA for the opening of the literature seminary at the Kerala Centre, New York (1995).

Presentation of Beethoven and Mozart poetry at the Institute for German Studies at the University of Bonn. When he was cremated, 84 people, who represented the 84 years of his existence under the direction of K. J. Yesudas, praised him by chanting his songs and verses.

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