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Jayan was a Master Chief Petty Officer in the Indian Navy, before he came to films and rose to fame as an actor in a very short time, appearing as an action hero in numerous films during the 1970s.He died at the age of 41, at the peak of his popularity, as a result of an accident while filming a dangerous stunt involving a flying helicopter that crashed while he was hanging on to it.Title: Mukkuvane Snehicha Bhootham 1978: Full Malayalam Movie Added on: 2014-02-21 Total Views: 10,211Description: Video details - NS6RWyj Xs XM : Watch Full Length Malayalam Movie Mukkuvane Snehicha Bhootham released in year 1978. Directed by Sasikumar, produced by Sudarsanam Movie Makers, music by K. G Soman, Kaduvakulam Antony, Janardanan, Unnimary, Sreelatha, Manavalan Joseph, K. In 1980, the duo Jayan and Prem Nazir were cast in Ariyapedatha Rahasiyam by P.Venu, that showcased the famous fight scene in Malayalam cinema.The name "Jayan" (English: "The Victor") was given to him by veteran Malayalam actor Jose Prakash on the sets of Shapa Moksham.
He catapulted to fame riding on machismo roles that endeared him to the masses, and he established himself as one of the most popular Malayalam film actors of his time. The focus was always on his unmatched drawing power as an action star and by 1980, at the peak of his career, he had attained a genuine superhero image.
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Krishnan Nair (25 July 1939 – 16 November 1980), better known by his stage name Jayan, was an Indian film actor, naval officer, stunt performer and cultural icon of the 1970s. During his film career, he was primarily an action star and was particularly famous for his macho image and unique style.
His next notable role was in Thacholi Ambu (1978), in which he appeared in a supporting role.
In the same year, he acted as a sage in the Sreekumaran Thampi film Etho Oru Swapnam, which was well received by critics.
During his life at Ernakulam, he would meet some of his lifelong friends.