Indrajith Sukumaran is a prominent film actor, who predominantly works in the Malayalam film industry. He was born on February 20, 1980 in Trivandum, Kerala in India. Indrajith is the eldest son of the late Malayalam actor and producer, Sukumaran Nair and actress, Mallika Sukumaran Mallika Sukumaran is a yesteryear actress who debu >> Read More... Mallika Sukumaran . He got married to Poornima Mohan, an actress as well, on December 13, 2002 and they have two daughters namely Nakshatra and Praarthana. He is the brother of South Indian actor, Prithviraj Sukumaran.
He was debuted as a film actor in the 2002 Malayalam romantic drama film, Oomappenninu Uriyadappayyan, helmed by Vinayan, which stars Jayasurya and Kavya Madhavan Kavya Madhavan is an Indian artist but shines in t >> Read More... Kavya Madhavan . Since then, he was starred in more than 50 films, and became notable for his role as a villain in the blockbuster hit film, Meesa Madhavan in 2002, helmed by Lal Jose Best known in Malayalam cinema, Lal Jose is a film >> Read More... Lal Jose . In year 2004, he acted alongside Dileep in the box-office action drama film, Runway. Indrajith played as a rich spoiled brat in Prithviraj-starrer Classmates in 2006, following with an appearance in Chotta Mumbai together with Mohanlal in the lead role. He acted again in Lal Jose’s directorial film, Arabikkatha in 2007; a film that depicts the story about Cuba Mukundan. In year 2008, he acted in the multi-starrer action thriller film, Twenty:20, together with the biggies of the Malayalam cinema such as Mohanlal, Mammootty, Dileep, Jayaram, Suresh Gopi Malayali by birth, Suresh Gopinath, also known as >> Read More... Suresh Gopi and many more. He was starred in the Malayalam films, Nayakan and Karayilekku Oru Kadal Dooram in 2010. He is also notable for his role as an unemployed man, who is making toys out of the garbages he picked for a living in the black comedy film, Ee Adutha Kaalathu in 2012. Indrajith acted as a priest in the 2013 romantic musical satire film, Amen in 2013. Indrajith won the Best Supporting Actor award at the TTK Prestige-Vanitha Film Awards for his performance in this film. In the same year, he was starred in Arun Kumar Aravind’s Left Right Left. Indrajith also made an appearance in the drama thriller film, Ezhamathe Varavu Click to look into! >> Read More... Ezhamathe Varavu and in the social thriller film, Angels.
Besides acting predominantly in the Malayalam films, Indrajith was also featured in the Indian-British period drama film, Before the Rains in 2007; in the Tamil romantic thriller film Sarvam and in Telugu film Kavya’s Diary in year 2009 and in the Hindi film The Waiting Room Click to look into! >> Read More... The Waiting Room in 2010.
Since then, he performed in a variety of films that showcased his talent as an actor. As of the present, he is waiting for the release of his latest Malayalam comedy thriller film, Amar Akbar Anthony, from which he was starred alongside Jayasurya and Prithviraj Sukumaran. 
He also sang for few Malayalam films including Mullavalliyum Thenmavum in 2003, Chekavar, Nayakan and Happy Husbands Click to look into! >> Read More... Happy Husbands in 2010, Arikil Oraal Click to look into! >> Read More... Arikil Oraal in 2013 and Angels in 2014.
Babu Antony Malayalam Actor

Babu Antony

When Babu Antony (real name Bob Anthony) holds up his report card it looks to be a very impressive one and more than his 175 plus movies in 6 different languages, what stand out are his other attributes in the nonfilm and academic domains. Apart from a degree in English Literature and a Masters in HRM, he was also captaining the University Volleyball and Athletic teams, justifying all of his six ft. Plus height and 185 lbs build and teaching martial arts as well in college days. It was Bharatan, one of the successful directors of that time who got him into films in 1986, launching him with “Chilampu” on an impressive career with several hits and critically acclaimed films, including some that got recognition in international forums. Being basically from Kerala his prime focus has obviously been Malyalam films, and he has an impressive record to boot. Out of the 31 movies chosen to showcase 75 years of Malayalam movies, two of Babu’s movies (“Vaishali” and “Sayahnam”) were also chosen alongside so many other big names in the industry. Coincidentally both the films had a mythological basis, the former being based on the Mahabharata, while the latter is in the Old Testament. He has had several hits to his name and that too in several languages, including action movies like “Chanda”; “Hathya” etc. and multi-lingual versions like “Poovinu Puthiya Poonthennal” made in Hindi as well as 4 Southern languages. He had a brief respite from films in between, but soon made a comeback through the 2012 film “Grandmaster” featuring the famous Mohanlal as his co-star. However, in his own estimation it was “Aparahnam” which gave him maximum satisfaction. Here he portrays the role of a terrorist who is suffering from a dilemma about his purpose in life. Some of his later hits include the double version “Kanchana” in Tamil and Telugu, as well as “Ek Deewana Tha” in Hindi, amongst many others. And finally, he is also giving free rein to his versatility by taking up the direction of a Malayalam film entitled “Piano”.



Born on December 10 1965, Jayaram’s main region of interest is the Malayalam film industry, though he had acted in some Tamil films too. Jayaram entered the Malayalam film industry with “Aparan” which was directed by Padma Rajan. They both worked together in two more films. Jayaram was known for his films Peruvannapurathe Visheshangal, Georgootty C/O Georgootty, Nagarangalil Chennu Raparkam and Thoovalsparsham.    During the 90s his films with Rajasenan turned to be commercially successful. The family audiences embraced him with both arms. Jayaram has carved a niche for himself in films such as Ayalathe Adheham (1994), Aadyathe Kanmani (1995), Meleparambil Aanveedu, The Car and CID Unnikrishnan B.A B.Ed.    Director Sathyan Anthikad’s Thooval Kottaram earned Jayaram accolades and he won an award from the Kerala State Film Award. Also, he has four Film Fare Awards to his credit. His performance in Tamil film “Thenali” didn’t go unnoticed; he was awarded with the Tamil Nadu State Film Award. Jayaram proved his mettle in Tamil films, including “Thenali”, Gokulam”, Murai Maaman”, “Priyanka” etc. “Thuppaki”, “Saroja”, “Aegan” “Pancha Thantiram” and “Uttama Villain” are some of the Tamil films in which he played supporting role.    Jayaram’s Malayalam films used to seldom flop at the box office and he is renowned for acting in family dramas. But ironically all the films he did in 2012 were a disaster at the box office. Jayaram has also delivered hits for the films directed by Kamal. He shared screen space with happening actors Mammooty, Mohanlal and Suresh Gopi.    Jayaram is wedded to actress Parvathy who quit films after marriage. They have two children Kalidasan and Malavika. Kalidasan was introduced in the Malayalam film “Kochu Kochu Santhoshangal” and the latter was awarded with the National Award.    Apart from acting Jayaram is a good mimic too. He had also sung in films including “Kadhanayagan”, “Mayilattam”, “Salaam Kashmir” etc.

Jayaram Malayalam Actor