New England Malayalee Association Celebrates Christmas With Renowned Movie Stars And Playback Singers
For the first time in the history of New England, we have large group of
renowned movie stars, play back singers, and mimicry artists coming to
Boston to perform a three-hour program. The group includes renowned
movie stars Bhoban Kunchako, Kavya Madhavan, and Cochin Haneefa, well
known playback singers Biju Narayanan and Jhotsana, mimicry artist
Kottyam Naseer, and other artists, consisting of total eighteen in the
New England Malayalee Association proudly takes this opportunity to invite
you to our programs this year, and we also wish to inform you about recent
changes we have made to maintain our rich programs and to support our
growing organization. This year! we are celebrating our Christmas/New Year
on Saturday, December 3, at 4:00 p.m. at the Marlborough Middle School,
25 Union Street, Marlborough, MA. Since seats are limited, please reserve
your tickets from committee members or request them online at sulekha.com.
Kunchacko Boban, the favorite star of Kerala college campuses, started his
career with the movie Aniyathipravu and played in hit movies like Niram,
Narendran Makan Jayakandan vaka, Swapnakoodu, Niram, Dost,
Kalyanaraman and Kasturimaan, Jalotsavam' Hridayathil Sookshikkan,
Iruvattam Manavatty, and Priyam, Two Wheeler.
Madhavan entered the film indus! try as a child artist. As an
artist, she played first in Kama l's film, Pookalam Varavayi. Kavya's
innocent looks and big beautiful eyes captured the hearts of Malayalee
movie directors and theater-goers. She has since acted as a child
artist in many films. Kavya recently received the Kerala State
award for the best actress for her performance in the movie
Paerumazhakalam. She had previously earned the Film Critics Award
2000 for second best actress (Chandranudhikkunna Dikkil) and the Kerala
Film Audience Award 2003 for best Actress (Oomapenninu Uriyadapayan).
Kavya is equally accepted in Tamil as well. Kasi, her first film in
Tamil, became a successful film.
Jotsana and Biju
Narayanan , the top playback singers of the younger generation in
Kerala ,doesn't need any narration. A group of Mimicry artists lead by
Kotayam Nazeer, a leader of mimcry artists, will evoke the audience
with spontaneous laughter with their own style of humor.
Along with this unusual program of entertainment, we will have our local
artists performing in our Christmas choir, a Christmas play, Margam Kali,
and few other group items. The NEMA committee would like to remind
parents to bring gifts for their children to leave under the NEMA
Christmas tree at the event. In this way, with children's names
on the packages, Santa
will easily identify the appropriate surprises for each child. Traditional
Christmas non-vegetarian and vegetarian dinners, along with your favorite
homemade fruitcake, will be served during intermission.
Please visit our website at www.nemausa.org for information about the price and direction to the venue.
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