Prithviraj Sukumaran New Movies 2017 Top 10 List & Upcoming Malayalam Films 2018

Prithviraj Sukumaran is an Indian-film performing artist and maker who was conceived in Trivandrum, Kerala, India. The performing artist is best known for his work in south Indian movies. Prithviraj made his presentation as a driving performing artist in Malayalam film “Nandanam” which was discharged in 2002. We will see Prithviraj Sukumaran execution in his next up and coming malayalam film Ennu Ninte Moideen. He has concentrated beginning tutoring at Shrine Vailankanni Senior Secondary School, Chennai and at St. Joseph’s Boys Hr. Sec. School, Coonoor. Later his family moved to Kerala and he learned at the NSS Public School Perunthanni, St. Mary’s Residential Central School, Poojappura.

Prithviraj Sukumaran Movies List 2017

Prithviraj Sukumaran has restricted in for prequel of Neeraj Pandey’s “Baby”. The film will be founded on the lead-part Taapsee Pannu named Meera, which would be the title of the film also. Sources said that, Prithviraj will assume an imperative part in the motion picture alongside Manoj Bajpayee. Akshay Kumar will do a broadened cameo in it.

Top 10 Prithviraj Sukumaran Movies 2017 List

  1. Memories (2013) with Mia George, Vijayaraghavan and Meghana Raj
  2. Ennu Ninte Moideen (2015) with Parvathy, Bala, Tovino Thomas and Leena
  3. Indian Rupee (2011) with Rima Kallingal, Jagathy Sreekumar, Thilakan and Tini Tom
  4. Mumbai Police (2013) with Jayasurya, Aparna Nair, Rahman and Hima Davis
  5. Classmates (2006) with Kavya Madhavan, Jayasurya, Radhika, Narain and Indrajith
  6. Robin Hood (2009) with Bhavana Balachandran, Narain and Samvrutha Sunil
  7. Veettilekulla Vazhi (2011) with Malavika, Indrajith Sukumaran and Master Govardhan
  8. Oozham (2016) with Divya Pillai and Resna Pavithran
  9. Pokkiri Raja (2010) with Shriya Saran and Mammootty
  10. London Bridge (2014) with Andrea Jeremiah and Nanditha Raj

Prithviraj Sukumaran was destined to on-screen characters Sukumaran and Mallika Sukumaran. His dad passed away and was a mainstream film star in Malayalam silver screen amid the 70’s. Prithviraj started his profession in Malayalam film in 2002. He was soon welcomed to act in Tamil movies. He in the long run turned out to be exceedingly effective in both Malayalam and Tamil inside limited capacity to focus time.

Best of Prithviraj Sukumaran Movies List

  • Manikyakkallu (2011) with Samvrutha Sunil
  • Pavada (2016) with Miya George, Anoop Menon, Asha Sarath and Nedumudi Venu
  • Urumi (2011) with Genelia D’Souza, Prabhu Deva and Nithya Menon
  • Nandanam (2002) with Navya Nair, Siddique, Kaviyoor Ponnamma and Revathi
  • Puthiya Mugham (2009) with Priyamani, Bala and Meera Nandan
  • Celluloid (2013) with Mamta Mohandas, Chandni and Sreenivasan
  • Raavanan (2010) with Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Vikram and Priyamani
  • Police (2005) with Bhavana, Chaya Singh and Indrajith
  • Ayalum Njanum Thammil (2012) with Samvrutha Sunil, Pratap Pothen, Narain and Remya Nambeesan
  • Swapnakoodu (2003) with Meera Jasmine, Kunchacko Boban, Bhavana and Jayasurya
  • Anwar (2010) with Mamta Mohandas and Prakash Raj
  • Darvinte Parinamam (2016) with Chandini Sreedharan, Balu Varghese and Chemban Vinod Jose
  • Mozhi (2007) with Jyothika, Prithviraj Sukumaran and Swarnamalya
  • Amar Akbar Anthony (2015) with Namitha Pramod, Jayasurya and Indrajith
  • Kerala Cafe (2009) with Mammootty, Nithya Menon, Dileep, Navya Nair and Fahadh Faasil
  • Molly Aunty Rocks! (2012) with Revathi and Lalu Alex
  • Vargam (2006) with Renuka Menon, Devan, Vijayaraghavan and Captain Raju
  • Police Police (2010) with Kamalinee Mukherjee, Srikanth and Sanjana
  • Kana Kandaen (2005) with Gopika, Srikanth and Vivek
  • 7th Day (2014) with Janani Iyer, Vinay Forrt and Tovino Thomas
  • Thirakkatha (2008) with Priyamani, Prithviraj Sukumaran and Anoop Menon
  • Anandabhadram (2005) with Kavya Madhavan, Riya Sen, Manoj K Jayan and Kalabhavan Mani
  • Stop Violence (2002) with Chandra Lakshman and Vijayaraghavan
  • Vaasthavam (2006) with Kavya Madhavan and Samvrutha Sunil
  • James & Alice (2016) with Vedhika and Sijoy Varghese
  • Akale (2004) with Sheela, Tom George Kolath and Geetu Mohandas
  • City of God (2011) with Rima Kallingal, Parvathi, Indrajith, Rohini and Swetha Menon
  • Satham Podathey (2007) with Padmapriya and Nithin Sathya
  • Aiyyaa (2012) with Rani Mukerji, Nirmiti Sawant and Subodh Bhave
  • Vellinakshatram (2004) with Meenakshi, Taruni Sachdev and Karthika Mathew
  • Anarkali (2015) with Miya George, Biju Menon and Priyal Gor
  • Thalappavu (2008) with Dhanya Mary Varghese, Lal and Rohini
  • Sapthamashree Thaskaraha (2014) with Reenu Mathews, Asif Ali, Sanusha and Chemban Vinod Jose
  • The Thriller (2010) with Catherine Tresa and Prithviraj Sukumaran
  • Kaaviya Thalaivan (2014) with Anaika Soti, Siddharth and Vedhicka
  • Athbhutha Dweepu (2005) with Mallika Kapoor and Guinness Pakru
  • Manushyamrugam (2011) with Oviya, Baburaj and Kiran
  • Ammakilikkoodu (2003) with Navya Nair and Kaviyoor Ponnamma
  • Arjunan Saakshi (2011) with Ann Augustine and Nedumudi Venu

In light of his exhibitions, national Newspaper The Hindu has composed that “whether Prithviraj Sukumaran best movies “Chocolate,” ‘Satham Podathey’ and ‘Kannamoochi Yenada’ tumble or succeed, Prithiviraj is one of the youthful stars who will in any case be in the retribution. “

Prithviraj Sukumaran Upcoming Movies 2017, 2018 New List

  • Ezra (2017) with Priya Anand, Tovino Thomas, Alencier Lopez and Sudev Nair
  • Naam Shabana (2017) with Akshay Kumar, Taapsee Pannu, Anupam Kher, Elli Avram, Manoj Bajpayee and Danny Denzongpa, Release Date: March 31, 2017.
  • Tiyaan (2017) with Padmapriya Janakiraman, Indrajith Sukumaran, Ananya, Murali Gopy and Paris Laxmi
  • My Story (2017) with Parvathy and Nandhu
  • Vimanam (2017) – Directed by Praddep Menon
  • Detroit Crossing (2017) – Directed by Nirmal Sahadev
  • Aami (2017) – Directed by Kamal
  • Beautiful Game (2017) – Directed by Jamesh Kottakkal
  • Adam (2018) – Directed by Jinu Abraham
  • Karnan (2018) – Directed by RS Vimal
  • Aadu Jeevitham (2018) – Directed by Blessy
  • Shyamathakam (2019) – Directed by Hariharan

Prithviraj Sukumaran has won the Kerala-State Film Award for Best-Actor for his execution in Vaasthavam. He made his introduction in Tamil film with Kana Kandaen in 2005. Prithviraj top movies in Tamil are Parijatham, Mozhi and Mani Ratnam’s Ravanan (2010). Prithviraj Sukumaran appeared in Bollywood through Aiyyaa coordinated by Sachin Kundalkar.

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