It is believed that a person cannot be great in many things, but Prajesh Sen, a journalist turned into a filmmaker, is an exception.
He has made his name in both the media as well as the Film Industry with his extraordinary skills. Prajesh was born on May 29,1979, in Trivandrum, Kerala.
He is married to Sabeena SK, and the couple has a son named Alan P Sen. Prajesh Sen began his journey as a journalist working in All Indian Radio Trivandrum. He was just a small reporter there, but then he got the opportunity to write for Madhyamam, which is one of Kerala’s daily newspapers.
He then shifted his line from being a media person to a filmmaker. Prajesh started working under Malayalam director Siddique as an assistant director, where he acquired the skills of a director. He made his debut in the Malayalam Film Industry with the movie ‘Captain,’ which had been released in the year 2018.
The movie is a biopic and is based on the life of V.P. Sathyan who has remained the captain of the National Football Team.
The movie was critically acclaimed and was highly appreciated by the audience. With this movie Prajesh, marked his name in the Malayalam Film Industry. He has also worked with Jacco Groen, a Dutch director, to make series of documentaries based on street children.
The documentary is named ‘The Road To Moscow,’ and it revolves around the journey of 9 young girls who are selected by the Karunalaya social service society to represent India in 2018, Street Children World Cup in Moscow.
His second movie as a director was ‘Vellam: The Essential Drink,’ which is dated to be released in 2020. He is not only a director but also an author who has written several books, including ‘Cradles For Hire,’ ‘Manj: Story Of A Test Tube Orphan,’ and ‘Finger Of Eklavya.’
This illustrious author has also written a biography on the life of a former scientist of the Indian Research Organization, Nambi Narayan.
The book is named ‘Ormakalude Bhramanapadham’ and was also the best seller of the year. The book was so interesting that a movie named ‘Rocketry: The Nambi Effect’was made on it and Prajesh got the opportunity to co-direct it.
This multi-talented person has also put an exhibition of photos to raise awareness of road accidents and its grave repercussions.