"පෘථිවිරාජ් සුකුමාරන්" හි සංශෝධන අතර වෙනස්කම්

('{{pp-pc1}} {{short description|Indian film actor, director and producer}} {{pp-pc|small=yes}} {{Indian name|Prithviraj|Suk...' යොදමින් නව පිටුවක් තනන ලදි)
 
 
After school, he studied for a [[bachelor's degree]] in Information Technology at the [[University of Tasmania]] in [[Australia]]. During this time, he auditioned for film director Ranjith and won the lead role in the film ''[[Nandanam (film)|Nandanam]]''.<ref name="Road to stardom">{{cite news|url = http://www.hindu.com/thehindu/mp/2004/05/10/stories/2004051002190100.htm|title = On the road to stardom|newspaper = The Hindu|author = RK Roshini|date = 10 April 2004|access-date = 25 November 2008|location = Chennai, India|archive-url = https://web.archive.org/web/20101015103119/http://hindu.com/thehindu/mp/2004/05/10/stories/2004051002190100.htm|archive-date = 15 October 2010|url-status = live}}</ref> It was film director [[Fazil (director)|Fazil]] who introduced him to Ranjith.<ref name="Road to stardom" /> His elder brother [[Indrajith Sukumaran]] and sister-in-law [[Poornima Indrajith]] are also film actors.
 
== Film career ==
{{Main|Prithviraj Sukumaran filmography}}
=== Malayalam ===
In 2001, Prithviraj underwent a screen-test by director Fazil for one of his projects. Even though that project never materialised, Fazil recommended him to director Ranjith, who was planning his second directorial, ''[[Nandanam (film)|Nandanam]]'' (2002), Prithviraj underwent screen-test for the role and got selected. Though ''Nandanam'' was the first film that Prithviraj acted in, it was released after ''[[Nakshathrakkannulla Rajakumaran Avanundoru Rajakumari]]''. Prithviraj then appeared in films directed by [[Lohithadas]], [[Vinayan]], [[Kamal (Director)|Kamal]] and [[Bhadran (director)|Bhadran]]. [[Shyamaprasad]], who cast him in lead role in his film ''[[Akale]]'', said that Prithvi's advantages are his talent and intelligence irrespective of his box office successes.<ref name="Advantage">{{cite news
|url = http://www.hindu.com/thehindu/fr/2005/10/07/stories/2005100700280100.htm
|title = Advantage Prithviraj
|newspaper = The Hindu
|author = Vijay George
|date = 7 October 2005
|access-date = 27 November 2008
|location = Chennai, India
|archive-url = https://web.archive.org/web/20101014140338/http://hindu.com/thehindu/fr/2005/10/07/stories/2005100700280100.htm
|archive-date = 14 October 2010
|url-status = live
}}</ref>
 
In 2006, he played the role of Sub Inspector Solomon Joseph in ''[[Vargam]]'', then appeared in ''[[Vaasthavam]]'', for which he received the [[Kerala State Film Award for Best Actor]].<ref name="Kerala State film awards 2006">{{cite news
|url = http://www.hindu.com/2007/02/10/stories/2007021016120100.htm
|title = State film awards announced
|newspaper = The Hindu
|date = 10 February 2007
|access-date = 24 November 2008
|location = Chennai, India
|archive-url = https://web.archive.org/web/20110629031423/http://www.hindu.com/2007/02/10/stories/2007021016120100.htm
|archive-date = 29 June 2011
|url-status = live
}}</ref> He was the youngest actor to win the award.<ref name="Interview : Prithviraj">{{cite news
|url = http://www.hinduonnet.com/fr/2007/02/16/stories/2007021600720100.htm
|title = Portrait of a winner
|newspaper = The Hindu
|author = Vijay George
|date = 16 February 2007
|access-date = 24 November 2008
|archive-url = https://web.archive.org/web/20100825203027/http://www.hinduonnet.com/fr/2007/02/16/stories/2007021600720100.htm
|archive-date = 25 August 2010
|url-status = dead
}}</ref> The same year he starred in [[Lal Jose]]'s ''[[Classmates (2006 film)|Classmates]]''. In 2007, he starred in ''[[Chocolate (2007 film)|Chocolate]]'', directed by Shafi.<ref name="Chocolate Review">{{cite web
|url = http://inhome.rediff.com/cms/print.jsp?docpath=//movies/2007/oct/15chocolate.htm
|title = Prithviraj shines in Chocolate and classmates
|publisher = Rediff
|author = Paresh Palicha
|date = 15 October 2007
|access-date = 10 December 2008
|archive-url = https://web.archive.org/web/20081209021442/http://inhome.rediff.com/cms/print.jsp?docpath=%2F%2Fmovies%2F2007%2Foct%2F15chocolate.htm
|archive-date = 9 December 2008
|url-status = live
}}</ref> In 2008, he starred in ''[[Thalappavu]]'', (directed by [[Madhupal]]) and ''[[Thirakkatha]]'' (directed by Ranjith), playing pivotal characters in both. One of the reviews of ''Thalappavu'' describes it as the coming-of-age film for prithviraj describing the "spartan dignity" he brought to his portrayal of the Naxalite Joseph.<ref name="Thalappavu Review">{{cite web
|url = http://nowrunning.com/movie/reviews/moviereview.aspx?movie=4489&rid=1808
|title = Thalappavu Review
|publisher = Nowrunning.com
|date = 15 September 2008
|access-date = 10 December 2008
|archive-url = https://web.archive.org/web/20110714210617/http://www.nowrunning.com/movie/reviews/moviereview.aspx?movie=4489&rid=1808
|archive-date = 14 July 2011
|url-status = dead
}}</ref> The Sify review of ''Thirakkatha'' describes it as a "genuine attempt that keeps the viewer engaged until the end".<ref name="Thirakkatha Review">{{cite web
|url = http://sify.com/movies/malayalam/review.php?id=14757489&ctid=5&cid=2428
|title = Thirakkadha
|publisher = Sify
|access-date = 10 December 2008
|archive-url = https://web.archive.org/web/20110811185203/http://www.sify.com/movies/malayalam/review.php?id=14757489&ctid=5&cid=2428
|archive-date = 11 August 2011
|url-status = dead
}}</ref> Both ''Thalappavu'' and ''Thirakkatha'' shared the award for the best film in the Film Critics Award for 2008. He also made a special appearance in [[Anjali Menon]]'s ''[[Manjadikuru]]''.
 
In 2009, the success of Prithviraj Sukumaran's ''[[Puthiya Mukham]]'' (directed by Diphan) lead to him being called a "Superstar".<ref>[http://sify.com/movies/malayalam/fullstory.php?id=14906803&cid=14625530 Kerala Box- office (25 July – 25 Aug)] {{Webarchive|url=https://web.archive.org/web/20150225123316/http://www.sify.com/movies/malayalam/fullstory.php?id=14906803&cid=14625530 |date=25 February 2015 }}. Sify.com (26 August 2009). Retrieved on 5 December 2010.</ref><ref>{{cite news | url=http://www.hindu.com/fr/2009/08/28/stories/2009082851450100.htm | location=Chennai, India | work=The Hindu | title=New superstar on the block | date=28 August 2009 | access-date=29 August 2009 | archive-url=https://web.archive.org/web/20101129163311/http://www.hindu.com/fr/2009/08/28/stories/2009082851450100.htm | archive-date=29 November 2010 | url-status=live }}</ref> His other releases in 2009 were ''[[Robin Hood (2009 film)|Robin Hood]]'' (directed by Joshy) and the [[anthology film]] ''[[Kerala Cafe]]''. In 2010, Sukumaran's notable films were ''[[Pokkiri Raja (2010 film)|Pokkiri Raja]]'' and ''[[Anwar (2010 film)|Anwar]]'', directed by [[Amal Neerad]]. In 2011, Prithviraj produced his first film, the multilingual ''[[Urumi (film)|Urumi]]''. Other releases in Malayalam include ''[[City of God (2011 film)|City of God]]'', ''[[Manikiakkallu|Manikyakallu]]'', ''[[Veettilekkulla Vazhi]]'' and ''[[Indian Rupee (film)|Indian Rupee]]''. Reviewers praised Prithviraj Sukumaran for his performance in ''[[Indian Rupee (film)|Indian Rupee]]'', the critic at Nowrunning.com, who described it as his "career best performance".<ref>{{cite web
|url = http://www.nowrunning.com/movie/8825/malayalam/indian-rupee/3371/review.htm
|title = Indian Rupee Review
|publisher = Nowrunning.com
|date = 7 October 2011
|access-date = 7 October 2011
|archive-url = https://web.archive.org/web/20111008041905/http://www.nowrunning.com/movie/8825/malayalam/indian-rupee/3371/review.htm
|archive-date = 8 October 2011
|url-status = live
}}</ref> In 2012, his major releases were ''[[Hero (2012 film)|Hero]]'', ''[[Molly Aunty Rocks!]]'' and ''[[Ayalum Njanum Thammil]]'', along with cameo roles in ''[[Akasathinte Niram|Aakashathinte Niram]]'' and ''[[Manjadikuru]]''. In 2013, Prithviraj had three releases ''[[Celluloid (film)|Celluloid]]'', ''[[Mumbai Police (film)|Mumbai Police]]'' and ''[[Memories (2013 film)|Memories]]'', all of which were critical and commercial successes. He portrayed [[J.C. Daniel]] in ''[[Celluloid (film)|Celluloid]]'', for which he won his second [[Kerala State Film Award for Best Actor]].<ref name="ibnlive.in.com" />
 
In 2014, Prithviraj's first major release was ''[[London Bridge (film)|London Bridge]]'', which failed at box office; followed by ''[[7th Day (film)|7th Day]]'', which turned out to become a commercial success. He also did a cameo role in ''[[Munnariyippu]]''. His third release of the year, ''[[Sapthamashree Thaskaraha]]'' was praised by critics and audiences alike. His first release of 2015 was ''[[Picket 43]]''. His second movie of 2015 was Shyamaprasad's ''[[Ivide]]''. Prithviraj was widely praised for his acting in the movie. Varun Blake (Prithviraj's character in ''Ivide'') is considered to be one of his best performances till the date. He next appeared in [[Lijo Jose Pellissery]]'s ''[[Double Barrel (film)|Double Barrel]]'', which was appreciated for its novelty. His most successful film of the year was ''[[Ennu Ninte Moideen]]'', which narrated the tragic love tale of Kanchanamala and Moideen that happened in the 1960s in [[Mukkam]], a riverside village in Kerala. The film opened to critical acclaim, with several critics regarding it as one of the greatest romance films made in Malayalam.<ref>Rejath RG (21 September 2015). [http://www.kaumudi.com/innerpage1.php?newsid=69214 "Ennu Ninte Moideen is truly epic"] {{Webarchive|url=https://web.archive.org/web/20150925193630/http://www.kaumudi.com/innerpage1.php?newsid=69214 |date=25 September 2015 }}. ''[[Kerala Kaumudi]]''. Retrieved 21 September 2015.</ref><ref>Akhila Menon (20 September 2015). [http://www.filmibeat.com/malayalam/news/2015/ennu-ninte-moideen-movie-review-198654.html "Ennu Ninte Moideen Movie Review: An Eternal Love Saga!"] {{Webarchive|url=https://web.archive.org/web/20150925054812/http://www.filmibeat.com/malayalam/news/2015/ennu-ninte-moideen-movie-review-198654.html |date=25 September 2015 }}. Retrieved 20 September 2015.</ref> His role as Moideen in the film is regarded as one of the best in his career.<ref>[http://www.deshabhimani.com/news-cinema-all-latest_news-507663.html "19 നാളില്‍ മൊയ്തീന് 20 കോടി"] {{Webarchive|url=https://web.archive.org/web/20151012002214/http://deshabhimani.com/news-cinema-all-latest_news-507663.html |date=12 October 2015 }}. Deshabhimani. Retrieved 15 October 2015.</ref> His next releases ''[[Amar Akbar Anthony (2015 film)|Amar Akbar Anthony]]'' and ''[[Anarkali (2015 film)|Anarkali]]'' became a major commercial success at the box office, thus completing a hat-trick of hits ending the year.
 
Prithviraj had four releases in 2016, debuting with ''[[Paavada]]'', a family drama in which he played a drunkard. It met with a positive response and was a commercial success, grossing {{INR}} 16.34 crore from Kerala box office and ran for 100 days in theatres. His following releases ''[[Darvinte Parinamam]]'' and ''[[James & Alice]]'' met with mixed reviews, the former told the story of an ordinary man dealing with a local goon and the latter was a family drama that discussed the matter of life and death. His last release, ''[[Oozham (2016 film)|Oozham]]'', an action thriller directed by Jeethu Joseph was a commercial success, earning {{INR}} 15.25 crore in 25 days. He played a demolition expert.<ref>{{cite news|title='From Paavada to Oozham, here's how Prithviraj Sukumaran fared in 2016'|url=http://www.ibtimes.co.in/paavada-oozham-heres-how-2016-fared-prithviraj-sukumaran-709313/|access-date=2 April 2017|archive-url=https://web.archive.org/web/20170416224428/http://www.ibtimes.co.in/paavada-oozham-heres-how-2016-fared-prithviraj-sukumaran-709313|archive-date=16 April 2017|url-status=live}}</ref> In 2017, he starred in the horror film ''[[Ezra (2017 film)|Ezra]]'', which became one of the highest-grossing Malayalam films of the year, grossing {{INR}} 50 crore worldwide, with {{INR}} 33 crore from Kerala box office.<ref>{{cite news |title=Ezra : Prithviraj a star emerges 8th Rs. 50 crore grosser of Malayalam cinema |url=http://www.catchnews.com/regional-cinema/ezra-prithviraj-starrer-emerges-8th-rs-50-crore-grosser-of-malayalam-cinema-57679.html |access-date=13 April 2017 |archive-url=https://web.archive.org/web/20170413234949/http://www.catchnews.com/regional-cinema/ezra-prithviraj-starrer-emerges-8th-rs-50-crore-grosser-of-malayalam-cinema-57679.html |archive-date=13 April 2017 |url-status=live }}</ref> He continued the year with ''[[Tiyaan]]'', ''[[Adam Joan]]'' and ''[[Vimaanam]]''. Both ''Tiyaan'' and ''Vimaanam'' were moderate box office hits. ''Adam Joan'' collected around 20 crores at the box office and emerging as a superhit.
 
His first release of 2018 was Roshini Dinakar's romantic drama ''[[My Story (film)|My Story]]'', a commercial failure at the box office. His next two releases were [[Anjali Menon]]'s drama ''[[Koode]]'' and Nirmal Sahadev's crime drama ''[[Ranam (2018 film)|Ranam]]''. ''Koode'' received critical acclaim and was a commercial success, while ''Ranam'' met with positive critical response but performed moderately at the box office. In 2018, Prithviraj launched his independent production house, [[Prithviraj Productions]]. In 2019, he produced and starred in the science fiction film ''[[9 (2019 film)|9]]''. The film received critical praise for its novelty, actors' performance, direction and cinematography. It was a box office hit.<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://english.manoramaonline.com/entertainment/entertainment-news/2019/02/14/prithviraj-nine-movie-pre-release-business-profit-venture.html|title='9' makes the producers happy!|website=OnManorama|language=en|access-date=2019-07-31|archive-url=https://web.archive.org/web/20190731145139/https://english.manoramaonline.com/entertainment/entertainment-news/2019/02/14/prithviraj-nine-movie-pre-release-business-profit-venture.html|archive-date=31 July 2019|url-status=live}}</ref> Prithviraj made his directorial debut in 2019 with ''[[Lucifer (film)|Lucifer]]'', starring [[Mohanlal]], the film became the [[List of highest-grossing Indian films|highest-grossing Malayalam film]] ever.<ref name=L>{{cite news|last=Kumar|first=Karthik|title=Mohanlal's Lucifer storms into Rs 200 crore club, first for Malayalam cinema|url=https://www.hindustantimes.com/regional-movies/mohanlal-s-lucifer-storms-into-rs-200-crore-club-first-for-malayalam-cinema/story-vTm7JXaAdz0FWFTllE4n2I.html|access-date=12 June 2019|work=[[Hindustan Times]]|date=4 June 2019|archive-url=https://web.archive.org/web/20190611022057/https://www.hindustantimes.com/regional-movies/mohanlal-s-lucifer-storms-into-rs-200-crore-club-first-for-malayalam-cinema/story-vTm7JXaAdz0FWFTllE4n2I.html|archive-date=11 June 2019|url-status=live}}</ref>
 
=== Tamil, Telugu, and Hindi ===
In 2005, Prithviraj Sukumaran debuted in [[Tamil language|Tamil]] through ''[[Kana Kandaen]]''. In 2006, Prithviraj co-starred with actor [[K. Bhagyaraj|Bhagyaraj's]] daughter [[Saranya Bhagyaraj]] in ''[[Parijatham (2006 film)|Parijatham]]''. It has been acclaimed as a hit and gave the actor a turning point in his Tamil film career. In 2007, Prithviraj co-starred in ''[[Mozhi (film)|Mozhi]]''. He also starred in ''[[Satham Podathey]]'' and ''[[Kannamoochi Yenada]]'' in the same year. In 2008, Prithviraj starred in ''[[Vellithirai]]'', the Tamil remake of ''[[Udayananu Tharam]]''. Rediff described his performance: "Prithviraj ... makes the best of his assets – his expressive eyes, which glint in fury, soften with love, or brim over with frustrated tears."<ref>[http://www.rediff.com/movies/2008/mar/07ssvel.htm Vellithirai is worth watching] {{Webarchive|url=https://web.archive.org/web/20090804172949/http://www.rediff.com/movies/2008/mar/07ssvel.htm |date=4 August 2009 }}. Rediff.com. Retrieved on 5 December 2010.</ref> The Tamil remake of ''[[Classmates (2006 film)|Classmates]]'', titled ''[[Ninaithale Inikkum (2009 film)|Ninaithale Inikkum]]'', was released in 2009. He played a cop in [[Mani Ratnam]]'s ''[[Raavanan]]'' in 2010 with [[Vikram(actor)|Vikram]] playing the main protagonist and his performance was critically acclaimed.<ref>[http://movies.rediff.com/review/2010/jun/18/review-raavanan-is-better-than-raavan.htm Raavanan is better than Raavan – Rediff.com Movies] {{Webarchive|url=https://web.archive.org/web/20160505051700/http://movies.rediff.com/review/2010/jun/18/review-raavanan-is-better-than-raavan.htm |date=5 May 2016 }}. Movies.rediff.com (18 June 2010). Retrieved on 5 December 2010.</ref> Prithviraj played one of the main characters in director [[Vasanthabalan]]'s big budget period film ''[[Kaaviya Thalaivan (2014 film)|Kaaviya Thalaivan]]'', in which he co-stars with [[Siddharth (actor)|Siddharth]].
 
Prithviraj Sukumaran debuted in [[Telugu language|Telugu]] through ''[[Police Police]]'', which was released in 2010. Besides, Prithviraj has had many of his [[Malayalam]] films dubbed into [[Telugu language|Telugu]] such as ''Sivapuram'' in 2006, which was the dubbing of ''[[Ananthabhadram]]'' and ''ATM'' in 2010, which was the dubbing of ''[[Robin Hood (2009 film)|Robin Hood]]''. The dubbed version of ''[[Urumi (film)|Urumi]]'' released in August 2011.
 
Prithviraj debuted in [[Bollywood]] through ''[[Aiyyaa]]'', directed by [[Sachin Kundalkar]]. ''Aiyyaa'', which was jointly produced by [[Anurag Kashyap]] and [[Viacom 18 Motion Pictures|Viacom 18]]<ref name="autogenerated1">{{cite web |url=http://www.ndtv.com/article/bollywood/rani-mukerjee-signs-anurag-kashyaps-next-138638 |title=Rani Mukerjee signs Anurag Kashyap's next |publisher=Ndtv.com |date=4 October 2011 |access-date=20 October 2011 |url-status=dead |archive-url=https://web.archive.org/web/20120623060611/http://www.ndtv.com/article/bollywood/rani-mukerjee-signs-anurag-kashyaps-next-138638 |archive-date=23 June 2012}}</ref> released on 12 October 2012. His second film ''[[Aurangzeb (film)|Aurangzeb]]'', directed by Athul Sabharwal,<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.bollywoodhungama.com/news/1451751/Prithviraj-to-star-in-YRFs-Aurangzeb |title=Prithviraj to star in YRF's Aurangzeb |publisher=BollywoodHungama.com |date=12 June 2012 |access-date=17 July 2012 |archive-url=https://web.archive.org/web/20120808203217/http://www.bollywoodhungama.com/news/1451751/Prithviraj-to-star-in-YRFs-Aurangzeb |archive-date=8 August 2012 |url-status=live }}</ref> released on 17 May 2013. His performance was highly praised. His next film was ''[[Naam Shabana]]'' in 2017, in which he played the antagonist.
 
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