Famous ScriptWriter John paul Dies At 72

Famous ScriptWriter John paul Dies At 72
John Paul Dies

John Paul Dies – Renowned Malayalam scriptwriter John Paul (71) passed away on Saturday at a private hospital in Kochi. He was undergoing treatment for the last two months. His wellbeing decayed on Friday notwithstanding giving indications of progress. He died around 1 pm.

The veteran screenwriter John Paul who brought forth different notorious Malayalam motion pictures by uncovering his mysterious ability for screenwriting died on Saturday (23-April-2022). He was 72.

He was going through treatment for wellbeing related issues and was owned up to a private medical clinic in Kochi. According to the reports, the veteran essayist was exchanging between various clinics for treatment with respect to breathing hardships for around two months.

Already the Kerala Government assigned assets for the clinical treatment of John Paul which summed up to 2 lakh Rs. There were additionally reserves pouring in from his fervent admirers for the treatment of the veteran screenwriter.

John Paul has given birth to several Malayalam movies and his writing prowess in building memorable characters and an engaging screenplay without losing the emotional core got much recognition and adulation from the audience. His most notable works include ‘Chamaram’, ‘Marmaram’, ‘Vida Parayum Munpe’, ‘Kathayariyathe’, ‘Ormakkayi’, ‘Asthram’, ‘Kathodu Kathoram’, ‘Yathra’, ‘Purappadu’, ‘Orukkam’, ‘Randam Varavu’, ‘Chamayam’, ‘Aksharam’, ‘Kattathe Kilikkoodu’ and ‘Vellathooval’.

Prior to getting into the entertainment world, John Paul worked in Canara Bank, and later he surrendered and joined films. John Paul is likewise the pioneer behind the relationship of film professionals named MACTA.

John Paul has likewise bankrolled a few movies and the unmistakable one being the MT Vasudevan Nair executive film ‘Oru Cherupunchiri’. He was likewise dynamic in a few film social orders and in independent news-casting.
John Paul has additionally acted in a few movies, for example, the Mammootty starrer ‘Criminal’, and the Manju Warrier-Shane Nigam film ‘C/0 Saira Banu’.