Ajeesh Dasan

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Ajeesh Dasan
Born Ajeesh Dasan
(1980-10-05) 5 October 1980 (age 39)
Vaikom, Kerala, India[no citations needed here]
Residence Kochi, Kerala[no citations needed here]
Alma mater Maharaja's College, Ernakulam[no citations needed here]
Occupation Lyricist
Years active 2014–Present

Ajeesh Dasan (born 1 January 1980)[no citations needed here] is an Malayalam lyricist and writer.[1] Dasan has published two collection of poems through DC Books.[2] Dasan won the 2019 Movie Street Award for Best Lyrics for songs in the 2018 films Poomaram and Joseph.[3]Template:Rs



  • Poomaram (2018 film): "Kadavathoru Thonni", "Ini Oru Kalathe", "Neramayi"[4][5]
  • Oru Pazhaya Bomb Kadha (2018 film): "Haalu Haalu"[6][7]
  • Joseph (2018 film): "Poomuthole"[8]
  • Thottappan (2019 film): "Kayale Kayale"[9]
  • Eelam (2019 film): "Koodozhinja Thengal Maathram"[10][11]


  • Cancer Ward (2015)[2][12]
  • Kottayam Christhuvum Mattu Kavithakalum (2016)[2][13]


  1. Anand, Shilpa Nair (May 20, 2017). "Notable debut". thehindu.com. https://www.thehindu.com/entertainment/movies/leela-l-girikuttan-and-ajeesh-dasan-on-their-song-for-poomaram-that-has-gone-viral/article18515260.ece. 
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 എം, പുഷ്പ (December 19, 2018). "ആ സങ്കടരാവില്‍ അജീഷ് എഴുതി; 'പൂമുത്തോളേ നീയെരിഞ്ഞ വഴിയില്‍...'" (in ml). Mathrubhumi. https://www.mathrubhumi.com/movies-music/music/poomuthole-song-joseph-malayalam-movie-ranjin-raj-joju-george-m-padmakumar-ajeesh-dasan-interview-1.3408570. 
  3. Kambram, Akshay Jayadevan. "Movie Street Film Awards 2019 Best lyricist - Ajeesh Dasan ( Iniyoru kalathekk :Poomaram, Poomuthole : Joseph )" (in ml). https://pikdo.net/p/moviestreetofficial/1964578249788296198_7330792337?hl=en. 
  4. James, Anu (2017-05-13). "Kalidas Jayaram's Poomaram song Kadavathoru Thoni is out; will it repeat the success of Njanum Njanumentalum? [VIDEOS"] (in english). International Business Times, India Edition. https://www.ibtimes.co.in/kalidas-jayarams-poomaram-song-kadavathoru-thoni-out-will-it-repeat-success-njanum-726610. 
  5. Alexander, Princy (18 May 2017). "IE_News". The New Indian Express. http://www.newindianexpress.com/entertainment/malayalam/2017/may/18/an-ode-for-the-dying-river-1606326.html. 
  6. "Oru Pazhaya Bomb Kadha | Haalu Haalu Video Song | Arunraj | Afsal | Shafi". Goodwill Entertainments. https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x6q00zb. 
  7. "Haalu Haalu Song Lyrics From Oru Pazhaya Bomb Kadha". https://lyricstamizha.com/haalu-haalu-song-lyrics-oru-pazhaya-bomb-kadha/. 
  8. "'I want to make evergreen songs': Ranjin Raj" (in en-IN). The Hindu. 2019-03-01. ISSN 0971-751X. https://www.thehindu.com/entertainment/music/composer-ranjin-raj-on-his-journey/article26407776.ece. 
  9. "Rameshan Oru Peralla director Sujith Vigneshwar wins the best debut director award at Alberta Film Festival" (in en). https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/entertainment/malayalam/movies/news/rameshan-oru-peralla-director-sujith-vigneshwar-wins-the-best-debut-director-award-at-alberta-film-festival/articleshow/69738441.cms. 
  10. "കൂടൊഴിഞ്ഞ തേങ്ങൽ മാത്രം നീ എറിഞ്ഞു പോയോ; നെഞ്ചുലച്ചൊരുവൾ" (in ml). 24 July 2019. https://www.manoramaonline.com/music/music-news/2019/07/24/koodozhinja-thengal-mathram-song.html. 
  11. Shrijith, Sajin (8 July 2019). "Eelam, a first-of-its-kind surrealist film". https://www.cinemaexpress.com/stories/interviews/2019/jul/08/eelam-a-first-of-its-kind-surrealist-film-12833.html. 
  12. "Cancer Ward". https://onlinestore.dcbooks.com/books/cancer-ward. 
  13. "Kottayam Christhuvum Mattu Kavithakalum". https://onlinestore.dcbooks.com/books/kottayam-christhuvum-mattu-kavithakalum. 

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