Sibi Malayil is an acclaimed director in Malayalam movies and known for his work which is pure melodrama. He has provided many popular melodramatic movies in the 1980s and 1990s. Sibi was a second unit director for director ‘ Fazil Director A.M. Fazil has various roles to his credi >> Read More... ’ in a movie named ‘Virinja Pookkal' (1980) which had ‘ Shankar Bio coming soon... >> Read More... ’ and Poornima Jayaram in the lead roles.

In the year 1982, he assisted in directing Jijo Punnoose Abhishek Dudhaiya is an India Television and film >> Read More... for a movie 'Padayottam' which had Prem Nazir Prem Nazir was born on 7th April 1926 and his actu >> Read More... , ‘ Madhu Please check back Serial story Coming soon... >> Read More... ’, ‘ Mammootty Muhammed Kutty Ismail Paniparambil is the original >> Read More... ’, ‘ Mohanlal Mohan Lal is the Super Star of the Malayalam film >> Read More... ’ and ‘Shankar’ in the lead roles. In 1983, he was an associate director for the movie 'Ente Mamattukkuttiyammakku'. It was baby ‘ Shalini Click to look into! >> Read More... ’’s first hit movie. In the year 1984, he assisted director ‘ Priyadarshan Priyadarshan Soman Nair is a famous Director, Prod >> Read More... ’ for two movies.

In the year 1985, he credited himself as an independent director and directed ‘Mutharamkunnu P.O.’ (1985). This was his first film as an independent director in a full-fledged movie. Later, he directed 40 movies in Malayalam and has won many accolades such as the National Award, State Award, and Filmfare Awards.

His first family-drama film was 'Chekkaeran Oru Chilla’ where he directed a movie based on the topic of a football player. His film 'Doore Doore Oru Koodu Koottam' (1986) won the national award for the best film based on social issues. In the year 1987, he directed a movie 'Thaniyavarthanam' starring Mammootty and ‘ Saritha Saritha is a beautiful, sultry and captivating Ind >> Read More... ’ which was a blockbuster. Sibi directed a 1988 Malayalam movie ‘August 1’ which had Mammootty and ‘ Urvashi Urvashi is the stage name of Kavitha Ranjini, a pr >> Read More... ’ in lead roles and it was a blockbuster. The film was sold at a price of Rs 13 lakh in the territory of Tamil Nadu.

In 1989, he directed the evergreen Malayalam movie 'Kireedam' which is still ranked as one of the biggest blockbuster movies in the history of Malayalam cinema. Actor Mohanlal won the National Film Award (under the category of the Special Jury Award) for his portrayal of Sethumadhavan in this movie and it is considered to be one of Mohanlal’s best performances. In the next year, Nedumudi Venu Nedumudi Venu was born on 22nd May 1948. He is com >> Read More... received the National Film Award for the Best Supporting Actor for his portrayal of the role of Maharaja in ‘His Highness Abdullah’ (1990).

In the same year, he directed 'Maalayogam' which is one of the biggest hits of the decade. Sibi surprised everyone by directing movies on classical music 'Bharatham' (1991)which was produced by actor Mohanlal and acted in also by Mohanlal himself. This film fetched Mohanlal a national award. In the year 1992, he came up with two gigantic movies such as ‘Sadayam’ and ‘ Kamaladalam Click to look into! >> Read More... ’. The director was always associated with screenwriter and playwright A.K. Lohithadas for his movies.

Born on May 2, 1956, the director got married to ‘ Bala Click to look into! >> Read More... ’ on March 27, 1999, at St. Mary’s Basilica Kochi. The couple has a daughter Zeba and a son Joe. Joe was born on December 27, 1990, and he is their first child. It is believed that Sibi met Bala in Chennai when she was working in a bank in Anna Nagar, Chennai. Bala developed a liking for Sibi, as did the film director for her, and it was a true marriage that has continued forever.

Boban Samuel Malayalam Actor

Boban Samuel

Boban Samuel is a famous Malayalam cinema director. He has a dedicated audience and enjoys the good opinion of both the masses and critics with just four films in his kitty. He produces the typical Malayalam movie with a new touch, laced with humour. Almost all of his movies have a humourous first half after which it takes a distinctive turn. His filmography includes ‘Janapriyan’(2011), ‘Roman’(2013), ‘Happy Journey’(2014) and ‘Shajahanum Pareekuttiyum’(2016). He has made brief appearances in two movies. The first film he made an appearance is his own movie, ‘Shajahanum Pareekuttiyum’ where he plays the character of a movie freak. The second film is ‘Thinkal Muthal Velli Vare’(2015) where he appears as himself. He has a good rapport, with the very talented Malayalam actor- Jayasurya. Jayasurya landed the lead role in three out of four movies, the director brought out. Jayasurya’s rendition breathes life into the characters, and with Boban’s brand of cinema which has a touch of genuineness and a feel-good factor, the movies turn the age-old tropes to something new. His first film ‘Jayapriyan’ (translated as The One Liked By The Masses) follows the trials and tribulations faced by the happy-go-lucky Priyan. The film initially suffered from a lack of publicity and was relegated to single slots per day and was not shown in many of the big cinema theatres but as people began to know of its existence through word-of-mouth and good reviews by noted critics, it became a massive hit. He changed genre with the next film ‘Romans’, a comedy-thriller, which is about a village fooled by two escaped convicts believing them to be priests from Rome. It enjoyed massive success, following which many big production houses offered him films. ‘Romans’ is the only movie of Boban without Jayasurya. In ‘Happy Journey’, the lead, played by Jayasurya, becomes blind due to an accident. The film then tries to focus on how he tries to form India’s blind cricket team. It has a mix of political drama and also a little bit peppering of melodrama. After his third film, there were rumours about Boban making his next with Jayaram, set entirely in Australia, but then, nothing was heard about it after some time. ‘Shajahanum Pareekuttiyum’, his fourth film, has Amala Paul playing a rich kid Jiya with two male leads played by Jayasurya and Kunchacko Boban and has a few laughs along its way. The sequence, where they parody a few hit films, is extremely funny and you can’t hold back your laughs any longer if you managed to do so earlier. Boban went to Kerala University, is a huge fan of Kamal Hassan, and has toured places. His wife is Reshmi Boban and they both have made an appearance in an episode of ‘Annie’s Kitchen’ telecast by Amrita TV and you can catch their love story on the popular show ‘Manampole Mangalyam’ telecast by Jai Hind TV. They have a teenage son ‘Nideesh Boban’. Boban Samuel is known for his comedy and presenting a simple story in interesting ways.


Sijoy Varghese

Sijoy Varghese is a versatile performer in Malayalam cinema. He has been an indefatigable creative force for the past two decades whether it is shooting a commercial advertisement for television or associating himself as an actor or screenwriter thus keeping impact in several celluloid films at one go. Back to his creativity, he has taken his first three chapters of film – acting, assistant scriptwriter, and assistant director in his kitty and grew up as the founder of leading advertising agencies, marketers & brands in TV commercials in Mumbai. He set up in the year 2005 his own advertisement agency in Mumbai as a managing director of ‘TVC Factory’ which is a leading advertisement film production house that has offices in Dubai, Kochi, and Mumbai. He made his acting debut in the year 2013 with the film ‘ABCD’ where he played the role of police commissioner. In the same year, Sijoy experimented himself as a screenwriter for film ‘5 Sundarikal’ which was based on five short stories on love about five types of women. Sijoy was involved with the short story ‘Isha' which was directed by Sameer Thahir and for this Sijoy not only wrote the story but even was co-screenwriter along with Siddharth and Bharathan. In the same year, he starred in a film ’Thira’ starring actor Shobana and Dhyan Sreenivasan in lead roles wherein he played the role of a cabinet minister. In the year 2014, he acted in ‘Bangaore Days’ which was a critically appreciated film and even had a high box-office return too. In this film, Sijoy’s role as coach Zach was well appreciated. In the same year, Sijoy was associated with actor Dileep in a film ‘Avatharam’ wherein he played the role of ACP Gautam Vishwanath. In the year 2015, two of his films got a release. One was 'Jamna Pyari' which was directed by Thomas Sebastian and another film was 'Ayal Njanalla' which was directed by Vineeth Kumar. Sijoy made an entry on the silver screen as an assistant director in the year 1992 and even was a script assistant to many script writers of Malayalam cinema. He was assistant director on films like ‘Nakshatrakoodaram’ (director Joshy Mathew) and ‘Uppukandam Brothers’ (director T. S. Suresh Babu). Simultaneously Sijoy began assisting in scripting for various movies that had been directed by veterans like Dennis Joseph, T. Damodaran, and Kaloor Dennis and scripted many blockbuster movies in Mollywood. Recently, he was seen sharing screen presence with new generation actors like Arya, Dulquer Salmaan, Arya, Prithviraj, and Fahadh Faasil etc. In 2016, he made his appearance in ‘James & Alice’ and will also appear in an upcoming movie 'White' alongside Huma Qureshi and Mammootty. Sijoy Varghese was born on 6 March 1971 in Kerala. He got married in 1999 with Tessy Raphel and has four children.

Sijoy Varghese Malayalam Actor