P. C. Kuttikrishnan, popularly known by his penname Uroob (ഉറൂബ്; 1915 – 1979) was a famous Malayalam writer from Kerala state, South India. He along with writers like Vaikom Muhammad Basheer, Thakazhi, Kesavadev, and S. K. Pottekkatt formed the progressive writers in Malayalam during the twentieth century. Uroob is a recipient of Sahitya Akademi Award (Malayalam) for his novel Sundarikalum Sundaranmarum.Awards & Fellowships-Akademi Awards
Uroob (or Oroob) is the penname of P. C. Kuttikrishnan. His other notable works include Ummachu (translated as The Beloved) and Aniyara.
Uroob Memorial Literary Museum at the Kiliyanad School in Kozhikode is named in his honor.
*Kunjammayum Koottukarum (1952)
*Sundarikalum Sundaranmarum (1958)
*Chuzhiku Pimbe Chuzhi (1967)
*The Beloved (1974; Hind Pocket Books, English trans. of Ummachu by Raghava R. Menon).
*Gopalan Nayarude Thaddi
*Reserve Chayyatha Berth
*Miss Chinnuvum Lady Januvum
*Madras Govt. Award (1948) - Kathir-Katta
*Madras Govt. Award (1949) - Thurannitta Jalakam
*Madras Govt. Award (1951) - Kumbedukkunna Mannu
*President of India"s silver medal for Best Regional Film (1954) - Neelakuyil
*M. P. Paul award (1960) - Gopalan Nayarude Thady
*Ashan Centenary Award (1973) - Sundarikalum Sundaranmarum