Jean Paul Lal was born to director Lal and Nancy on 2 June 1988 in Kochi. Monica Lal, her younger sister, is doing her post-graduation in London. He has obtained his graduation degree from New York Film Academy. Jean Paul Lal better known as Lal Jr. made his first movie 'Honey Bee' starring Asif Ali, Bhavana, Lal, which was a tremendous success & blockbuster hit.

He mainly works in the Malayalam film industry. He also worked in ‘Cobra’ as an actor in 2012 which was directed by his father. He has directed movies “Honey Bee” in 2013, “Hi I’m Tony in 2014, and “King Liar” in 2016.   

Jean Paul Lal is a Roman Catholic by religion and an honorable member of the Archdiocese of Verapoly. Jean sports a full beard. According to him, there are at least three people who advise him every day to shave, but he pays no attention to his critics. All the men in Jean’s family have beards and marks his golden ancestry. Lal Jr. married Blessy Susan Varghese on 26 December 2013 in a ceremony conducted at the Vallarpadom Church in Cochin. Blessy was born to Chacko Varghese and Kuttiamma of Chalakkapara Punnakappala. There was also a reception in the evening at the Bolgatti Palace.

The entire ground was sparkling with colored lights and flowers, just like any fairy tale marriage. The newly wed couple arrived in true Hollywood style in a luxury sports motorcycle, accompanied by groomsmen. Minister K Babu, Mohanlal, Mammootty, Joshy, Siddique, Jayaraj, Jayasurya and wife Saritha, Asif Ali and wife Zama, Kunchacko Boban and wife Priya, Meera Nanda, Bhavana, Bhamaa and Archana Kavi and many others from the cinematic, social and political field were among those who attended the reception. A three-deck wedding cake and a grand spread completed the evening.

Jeo Baby Malayalam Actor

Jeo Baby

Jeo Baby is an upcoming Indian director known for his short films on complex issues. Hailing from Kerala, Jeo spent his early days in the town of Erattupetta which falls under the district of Kottayam. He took admission in the St. Joseph’s College of Communication, Changanassery in Kottayam itself. This college was inaugurated in 2004 and became the first university affiliated media institution in Kerala. Jeo directed several videos and skits during his stint in the school. His movies got recognition at various college-level contests and made Jeo a familiar figure in South India. His films highlighted human predicaments such as religion and human-trafficking. However, he faced his first major roadblock in his career at St. Joseph’s. When Jeo was a final year scholar of MA in the subject of Cinema and Television, he teamed up with his friends to make “Secret Minds” in 2007. This five-minute video dealt with the sensitive topic of homosexuality in the country. With no dialogues and music only, many competitions screened Secret Minds. As the news spread out, St Joseph’s College authorities came to know about the project. Shot in Jeo’s college, the church-run school came down heavily on the director’s team. In the country where same-sex relationships are considered taboo and religious groups forbid such relations, it was not surprising to see Secret Minds’ squad face action from the institution. It resulted in a suspension of students including Jeo from the media school. The authorities defended their actions citing “breach of discipline” and insufficient approvals. Jeo stated in his defense by saying that the motion picture was meant to make people aware of the presence of hypocrisy shown towards homosexuality in the society. With prior experience in this field, Jeo seemed confident as many people supported him on this issue. According to Jeo, the committee of a Trivandrum-based festival informed the college administration about “Secret Minds.” Still, Secret Minds did found its way into screenings with Bangalore Queer Film fest (2011 edition) being a notable achievement for the suspended students. Later, he continued to be involved in this art as he directed Chimera, another short film. Further, the producers approached Jeo with the offer of scripting Marimayam, a Malayalam comedy serial. Using the concept of satire to mock procrastination and bureaucracy in the offices, Jeo did not disappoint the audience with his witty script receiving appreciation. He decided to make his big-screen debut by making 2 Pennkuttikal, a female-centric flick. With special appearances by Amala Paul and Tovino Thomas, the movie throws light on the problems faced by womankind from the little girls’ perspective. The story of 2 Pennkuttikal revolves around two schoolgirls who experience anxious moments after bunking classes for one day. The running time of 2 Pennkuttikal is 75 minutes and has been screened at renowned festivals such as Busan International Kids and Youth Film Festival, South Korea and many others as well. The flick released in January 2016 to positive feedback by the viewers and critics alike.



Joshiy is an Indian film director known for his work in the Malayalam Industry.  He has directed more than 80 movies. Joshiy was married to Sindhu. They had a daughter Aishwarya who died in a car accident in 2011 in July in Chennai. The couple has a son named Abhilash, who was married to Varsha. Joshiy was born in Thiruvananthapuram district of Varkala. He started to get related with cinema through the cinema theatre that was owned by their family. In 1969, he completed his first degree and then he went to Chennai for trying his career in cinema. He began his career while working as an assistant for ‘M. Krishnan’. He made his directorial debut with the film “Tiger Salim” that got released in 1978. After that he directed the movie “Moorkhan” and later “Raktham”. He went on to direct many movies like-“Kaahalam” released on 31st July in 1981, then “Sharam”, “Karthavyam” released in 1990 and then “Dheera” and “Aarambham” etc. In 1983, “Aa Raathri” was produced and for that ‘Mammoothy’ and he worked together, from then till next two decades. After that, a series of movies released which includes - Kodathi, and Minimol Veticanil, a release of 1984. On the behalf of script of ‘Dennis Joseph’, he directed “Nirakkoottu”. Joshiy joined hands with Mammoothy for the movie “New Delhi” in 1987. In the year 1988, Joshiy directed three films, whose script was written by Dennis Joseph and Mammootty was the lead actor. In 1989, Joshiy worked with ‘Mohanlal’ for the movie “Naduvazhikal”. In the same year, he opted for one another movie “Nair Saab”, which is a military related film. The shooting of this film was done in Kashmir in which “Mammootty” was the lead role. His third film in this year was “Mahayanam” and it won award for the best actor. In the year 1990, he directed three movies-Ee Thanutha Veluppan Kalathu, which was written by ‘Padmarajan’, Kuttettan, a production by ‘K.V. Abraham’ and No. 20 Madras Mail produced by Tharangini films. Then he did his next movie in 1992 named “Kauravar” written by 'A K Lohithadas'. Then in 1992 he tried his luck in Tamil cinemas and in 1993, he did the movie Airport. Then in 1994, he did two movies “Dhruvam”, a production by ‘M. Mani’ and Sainyam which was edited by ‘K. Sankunny’. In 1994, he opted for debut in Telugu cinema with the movie “Angarakshugudu”, in which ‘Rajasekhar’ played the lead role. Then in 1999, Joshi did two movies- Lelam, a production of seven arts Films and Pathram, a production by ‘K. Gangaduth’ along with journalist “Renji”. In 2001, he did two movies Praja which was written by ‘Renji’ and Dubai a production by ‘Preethi’. Both the movies were big flops. After this in 2001, he took break from movies and in 2004 he came along with directing the movie Runway, starred by ‘Dileep’ after movie Mampazhakkalam”. Then in 2005 he worked for the movie “Naran” and in 2006 he did movie “Lion”. Some of his other movies include Pothan Vava in 2006, a production by ‘Lal’, July 4 in 2007, which was written by ‘Benny P Nayarambalam’. In 2007, he did movies- Nasrani and Janmam. He directed Twenty: 20 and Robinhood in 2008 and 2009 respectively. His release of 2011 includes Christian Brothers, a production by ‘A.V. Anoop’. “Run Baby Run” was his  directed movie in 2012, then Lokpal during 2013 and Salaam Kashmier in 2014.

Joshiy Malayalam Actor