Sudhir Sukumaran is a Malayalam actor, who has acted in more than 30 Malayalam films and serials. He is often mistaken for a North Indian. He was a model before being invited to act in the hit 2003 Dileep-starring comedy film CID Moosa. His role was that of a terrorist.
His next film was Vinu Anand’s 2007 film Heart Beats, starring opposite Biju Menon The tall, dark and handsome Biju Menon started his >> Read More... and Indrajith. Kanichukulangarayil CBI (2008), Moz and Cat (2009), Malayali (2010) and Yakshiyum Njanum (The She-devil and Me) were other films of his.
Sukumaran is married and enjoys working out. He often posts photos of himself exercising on his Facebook profile. He often collaborates with fellow actor Dileep in movie projects.
His first film as the main character was in 2012’s Dracula. While he received praise for his physique and appearance, the film was a critical and financial failure. Critics described the film as “unintentionally hilarious”. Sukumaran brought further negative press by allegedly beating up his Dracula co-star Rajeshwari Nambiar on the road. She alleged that Sukumaran followed her car on a bike, dragged her out of the car and roughed her up. She alleged that he had made romantic advances towards her in the preceding days and that he was taking revenge for her scorning his advances. A case was filed at Kadavanthara police station in Kochi. Sukumaran, who was in Hyderabad for a film shoot at the time, was asked to return to Kochi.
His film Bhaiyya Bhaiyya with Kunchacko Boban Kunchacko Boban is a handsome young guy who got in >> Read More... and Biju Menon was a success. He worked together with Dileep after 5 years in the Evan Maryadharaman, which is to be released later this year. Due to his facial features, he is often casted in North Indian roles in Malayalam films. After the apprehension of the infamous professional thief Devinder Singh (Bunty Chor), Sudhir Sukumaran was casted to play him in Bandi Bunty- A Story of a Thief, a Manoj Ram project.


Surendranatha Thilakan, more popularly known as Thilakan was one of Malayalam cinema’s most prominent actors. He was one of the few actors who was awarded a Padma Bhushan (India’s highest Civilian Award), and was affectionately called Perumthachan (Master Craftsman) of the Malayalam Cinema industry.   Born on the 15th of July, 1935 in Ayroor, Travancore, Kerala, he began his acting career as a thespian when he left intermediate college mid-way to pursue this career as a fulltime option in 1956. Having formed a troupe with a few friends, called the Mundakayam Nataka Samithy, he performed at various venues including the Kerala People’s Arts Club till 1966, followed by sessions at the Kalidasa Kala Kendra, P.J Antony’s troupe, Changanacherry Geetha, and several radio plays for the All India Radio.   Thilakan began his movie career in the P.J Antony movie Periyar (1973), and then in Gandharvakshetram and Ulkadal in 1979. He found his first lead role in the character of Kallu Varkey in Kolangal (1981). He was also awarded his first State Award for the role in Yavanika in 1981. He received the National Film Award for Best Supporting Actor for his performance in Rithubendham. He won two more State Awards in 1994, and 1998 for his roles in Santhanagopalam and Gamanam.   The most notable milestone, in his diverse career was probably the movie Kireedam, where he played the role of a helpless policeman watching his son slowly evolve into a rowdy under society’s influence (the son was played by Mohanlal). Some of his other notable movies include Chenkol, Moonnam Pakkam, Mookkilla Rajyathu, Namukku Parkkan Munthiri Thoppukal, Randam Bhavam, Kaattu Kuthira.   He had also acted in several Tamil and Telugu movies, making him one of the most versatile actors in the South Indian movie industry. Among the most popular roles played by Thilakan, the repeating motif was that with Mohanlal where they played a father-son duo, including the hits Kireedam, Evidam Swargamanu, Spadikam, Pavithram, Chenkol. He also reprised father roles with other popular actors such as Mammootty in Sangham, Pallavur Devanarayanan, No. 1 Snehatheeram Bangalore North; with Kunchacko Boban in Aniyathi Pravu,  with Dileep in Meenathil Thalikettu; Jayaram in Sandesham, and Veendum Chila Veettu Karyangal.   He also showed his versatility with negative roles including that of a don in Randam Bhavam, Kaalal Padam; comic roles in movies including Pattanapravesham, Nadodikkattu;  as a narcissist in Naaduvazhikal; as a pimp in Kuttettan, apart from lead roles in many movies including My Dear Muthachan, Mikhamudra, Kaattukuthira, Perumthachan, Santhanagopalam etc.   In his lifetime, Thilakan was the recipient of several awards including three National Awards, nine Kerala State Film Awards, three Filmfare Awards South awards including the Lifetime Achievement Award, the Asianet Film Award for Lifetime Achievement in 2001, apart from several nominations and accolades.   Thilakan passed away on the 24th of September 2012 following a debilitating series of heart attacks and pneumonia that had him hospitalised for nearly two months. His legacy still lives on through the more than 200 movies that he was part of.

Thilakan Malayalam Actor