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Indian Actor/Director/Producer

Prithviraj Sukumaran is ...

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Born 16 Oct 1982 in Thiruvananthapuram
Age36 years, 11 months
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Prithviraj Sukumaran
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About Prithviraj Sukumaran

Prithviraj Sukumaran (born 16 October 1982) is an Indian film actor, director, producer, and playback singer, known for his works primarily in the Malayalam cinema. He has also worked in the Tamil, Bollywood and Telugu language films. He has appeared in more than 100 films in a variety of roles, and has received several awards, including the National Film Awards, Kerala State Film Awards, Tamil Nadu State Film Awards and Filmfare Awards South.Director Ranjith cast Prithviraj in the 2002 romantic-drama Nandanam, his acting debut was a commercial success. He established himself as a successful leading actor in the following years. In 2006, he starred in the coming-of-age romance film Classmates, which became the highest-grossing Malayalam film ever. In the same year, he won the Kerala State Film Award for Best Actor for his performances in Vaasthavam, becoming the youngest recipient of the award at the age of 24. The 2009 action film Puthiya Mukham marked his debut as a playback singer. He won the Kerala State Film Award for Best Actor again in 2012 for the medical drama Ayalum Njanum Thammil and the biographical film Celluloid.In 2010, he began co-producing films for the production house August Cinema, starting with the historical film Urumi which he also starred in. In 2011, he co-produced and starred in the social drama Indian Rupee, for which he received the National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Malayalam and Kerala State Film Award for Best Film. In 2014, he won the Tamil Nadu State Film Award for Best Villain for his performance in Kaaviya Thalaivan. His 2015 period film Ennu Ninte Moideen and 2017 horror thriller Ezra are both amongst the top ten highest-grossing Malayalam films of all time. He ended his partnership with August Cinema in 2017 and launched an independent production house, Prithviraj Productions, debuting with the 2019 science fiction film 9. Prithviraj made his directorial debut in 2019 with Lucifer which became the highest-grossing Malayalam film ever.

Films

Prithviraj Sukumaran has worked on the following films:

Lucifer
Indian Malayalam language political thriller film directed by Prithviraj Sukumaran in production in 2018
2019
Raavanan
2010 film by Mani Ratnam
2010
Ennu Ninte Moideen
2015 film by R. S. Vimal
2015
Kaaviya Thalaivan
2014 film by Vasanthabalan
2014
Mozhi
2007 film by Radha Mohan
2007
Dhuruva Natchatiram
2017 film by Gautham Menon
2017
Amar Akbar Anthony
2015 film by Nadirsha
2015
Nine
2019 film
2019
Aiyyaa
2012 film by Sachin Kundalkar
2012
Ayalum Njanum Thammil
2012 film by Lal Jose
2012
Ezra
2017 film
2017
Koode
2018 film directed by Anjali Menon
2018
Celluloid
2013
Bachelor Party
2012 film by Amal Neerad
2012
Sapthamashree Thaskaraha
2014 film by Anil Radhakrishnan Menon
2014
Detroit Crossing
2018 film by Nirmal Sahadev
2018
City of God
2011 film by Lijo Jose Pellissery
2011
Anwar
2010 film by Amal Neerad
2010
Double Barrel
2015 film by Lijo Jose Pellissery
2015
Pavada
2016
Classmates
2006 film by Lal Jose
2006
Veettilekkulla Vazhi
2010
Adam
2017 Indian Malayalam thriller film
2017
Darvinte Parinamam
2016
Anarkali
2015 film by Sachi-Sethu
2015
Arjunan Saakshi
2011 film by Ranjith Sankar
2011
My Story
2017 film by Roshni Dinaker
2017
Mumbai Police
2013 film by Rosshan Andrrews
2013
Oozham
2016 film by Jeethu Joseph
2016
Akasathinte Niram
2012
Memories
2013 film by Jeethu Joseph
2013
Picket 43
2014 film by Major Ravi
2014
Ninaithale Inikkum
2009 film by G. N. R. Kumaravelan
2009
Thalappavu
2008 film by Madhupal
2008
Kannamoochi Yenada
2007 film by V. Priya
2007
Satham Podathey
2007
Vellinakshatram
2004
Puthiya Mukham
2009
Nadiya Kollappetta Rathri
2007 film by K. Madhu
2007
Chocolate
2007 Malayalam movie
2007
Thirakkatha
2008
Thanthonni
2010 film by George Varghese
2010
Ivide
2015 film by Shyamaprasad
2015
7th Day
2014 film
2014
Masters
2012 film by Johny Antony
2012
Parijatham
2006 film by K. Bhagyaraj
2006
Hero
2012 Malayalam action thriller film
2012
Velli Thirai
2008 film
2008
James & Alice
2015 film by Sujith Vaassudev
2015
Kana Kandaen
2005 film by K. V. Anand
2005
Athbhutha Dweepu
2005
Teja Bhai & Family
2011 film by Deepu Karunakaran
2011
Vargam
2006 Malayalam film
2006
Akale
2004 film by Shyamaprasad
2004
Tamaar Padaar
2014 film by Dileesh Nair
2014
The Thriller
2010 film by B. Unnikrishnan
2010
Vimaanam
2017 Malayalam movie
2017
Aadujeevitham
Indian Malayalam-language film in development in 2018 written and directed by Blessy
Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves
2009
Swapnakoodu
2003
Simhasanam
2012 film by Shaji Kailas
2012
Stop Violence
2002 film by A. K. Sajan
2002
Vaasthavam
2006 film by M. Padmakumar
2006
Nakshathrakkannulla Rajakumaran Avanundoru Rajakumari
2002 film by Rajasenan
2002
Pakal
2006
Manikiakkallu
2011 film by M. Mohanan
2011
Nammal Thammil
2009 film by Viji Thampi
2009
Police
2005 Malayalam film by V. K. Prakash
2005
Calendar
2009 film by Mahesh
2009
Manushyamrugam
2011
Vellithira
2003
One Way Ticket
2008
Sathyam
2004
Daivanamathil
2005
Kangaroo
2007 film
2007
Police Police
2010
Punyam Aham
2010
Meerayude Dukhavum Muthuvinte Swapnavum
2003
Avan Chandiyude Makan
2007 film by Thulasidas
2007
Veeralipattu
2007
Ammakilikkoodu
2003 film by M. Padmakumar
2003
Chakram
2003 Malayalam film
2003
Krithyam
2005 film by Viji Thampi
2005
Arputha Theevu
2007 film by Dwarakish
2007
Kadha
2002 film by Sundar Das
2002