Indian actor Prithviraj Sukumaran is mainly known for his work in Malayalam cinema. He has also worked in Hindi, Tamil, and Telugu films. He made his acting debut in Ranjith’s romantic drama film ‘Nandanam’ in 2002, which turned out to be a huge commercial success. His next big success came in the Malayalam movie ‘Classmates’ (2006), which became the highest grossing Malayalam film of the year. He played the lead role in the political thriller ‘Vaasthavam’ the same year for which he was awarded the ‘Kerala State Film Award for Best Actor.’ Sukumaran made his debut as a playback singer in the film ‘Puthiya Mukham’ in 2009. The following year he starred in the historical drama ‘Urumi’. His social drama film ‘Indian Rupee’ (2011) was awarded the ‘National Film Award for Best Film in Malayalam’ as well as the ‘Kerala State Film Award for Best Film.’ After a long run of success, his action adventure movie ‘Naam Shabana’ (2017) flopped at the box office. His directional debut, ‘Lucifer,’ (2019) was a big hit.