He is a Malayalam writer who writes dialogues and short stories of the post-modern era. As a screen-writer, he is termed as an iconoclast. He is famous for his short stories like ‘
’, ‘Ozhivu Divasathe Kali’ and ‘Kalinadakam’. He has also worked on some popular movie script like Big B and . He first came into limelight as the dialogue writer of a film named Big B starring the superstar of Malayalam cinema Mammootty. He also worked on the screenplay for that movie. The film was a remake of an American movie named Four Brothers. The movie was noted for its strength and style of dialogues. He became popular as the dialogues of the movie became viral among the youth. From thereon he started climbing the ladder of success with 2009 made ‘Kerala Café’ followed by ‘
’. The specialty of his dialogues is that they are written in such a way that will convince the spectators to think and has several meanings. Many of them are short but so crisp and powerful to the core that will pierce through your heart.
He says that he is an accidental script-writer and never wanted to be one. He believes that he is a writer by heart. He is a fiercely radical writer who loves enormous freedom and believes that story-telling is a lie. He says that while writing dialogues, you can’t think of the moral values posted on us by the society. There should not be any barrier which separates writing. He watches all kinds of cinema including Iranian, Japanese apart from Hollywood, Bollywood and Telugu cinema. He recalls how he was stunned when his daughter replied in one of his dialogues. In 2013, he teamed up with Amal in a film named ‘
’. He wrote the section in which
played the lead role. In 2015, he wrote the screenplay for Mammootty starrer ‘Mannariyipu’ directed by Venu. His latest flick ‘Charlie’ starring Dulquer Salmaan and directed by
is coming to theaters very soon. It is interesting to know that he has worked with the father-son (Mammootty and Dulquer) duo twice. Both of them are superstars of the Malayalam cinema. He believes in full autonomy while writing dialogues and script. He says that he won’t do anything which he doesn’t enjoy except when it’s his job. He likes to write short stories but has to do the script-writing as a lot of money is being invested, and a lot of people are working on it, and it adds money to the day.