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Vineeth Sreenivasan is an Indian playback singer, lyricist, film actor, director, and screenwriter best known for his work in Malayalam cinema. Vineeth is the son of actor and screenwriter Sreenivasan. He started off his film career as a playback singer for films. He made his debut singing Kasavinte Thattamittu for the film Kilichundan Mampazham (2003). He's also well known for music albums such as Coffee @ Mg Road (2008). Vineeth made his acting debut in Cycle (2008). His well known performances include in films Makante Achan (2009), Traffic (2011), Chappa Kurish (2011), Ormayundo Ee Mukham (2014), Oru Vadakkan Selfie (2015), and Kunjiramayanam (2015). In 2010,
Vineeth made his directorial debut with Malarvadi Arts Club. His second film as a director was Thattathin Marayathu (2012) which turned out to be a blockbuster at the box-office. His third film was Thira (2013), in which he introduced his younger brother Dhyan Sreenivasan. He scripted for Oru Vadakkan Selfie (2015) ... Show more...
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A group of six guys and three girls who meet in college become thick friends and eventually take their friendship beyond the classroom and the campus. All goes well for the group until they are faced with sudden crisis. The event strengthens the group's bond as they struggle hard to overcome the situation.
Directed by: Joshy Thomas Pallickal
In a rustic village in Kerala, a group of old wrestling aficionados led by "Captain" Das is at odds with the youth of the village who are more into cricket. Though a former wrestler himself, the Captain's son Anjaneya is also part of the cricketer gang. Anjaneya is forced to go to college in Punjab by his father and there his paths cross with a Punjabi girl Aditi who's coincidentally also a wrestler. Due to unforeseen ...
Runtime: 120 min.
Directed by: Basil Joseph
An emotionally childish man who never outgrows his childish fascination for flying, dreams of making his own aircraft which is considered foolish by his family and friends.
Runtime: 133 min.
Directed by: Srikant Murali
As: Yusuf Shah
Jacob, a successful businessman, is settled in Dubai with his family. He is forced to flee to another country when he ends up with a huge debt as his friend betrays him.
Runtime: 145 min.
Directed by: Vineeth Sreenivasan
As: Dr. Prasad Varkey
Pooja Mathew, a spirited young girl, wants to have a love marriage in her life. Thus, she stops at nothing to impress Giri, who saved her once from a group of unruly men.
Runtime: 136 min.
Directed by: Jude Anthany Joseph
As: Narrator (voice)
The story of Jawan of Vellimala revolves around a high-range village called Vellimala , a dam in this village and the people living there. The villagers of Vellimala consider the dam as a sign of their pride. Gopi Krishan, the central character, who took voluntary retirement from military service, reaches Vellimala as a labourer. Varghese is a government employee at the Dam site and Koshi Oommen, another character reaches ...
Directed by: Anoop Kannan
In the film, Sreenivasan reprises the character of Superstar Saroj Kumar from the popular 2005 malayalam film Udayananu Tharam.
Directed by: Sajin Raaghavan
The film revolves around the lives of two people: Arjun (Fahad Fazil), a wealthy man in the construction business in Kochi who has an affair with his subordinate Sonia (Remya Nambeesan), even though he is preparing to be engaged to his family friend's daughter Ann (Roma); and Ansari (Vineeth Sreenivasan), who lives in a slum and works in a supermarket doing odd jobs who is mocked for his appearance and has a crush his ...
Directed by: Sameer Thahir
The tale is about two friends, Roy (Vineeth Sreenivasan) and Sanju (Vinu Mohan), struggling to make both ends meet with their low salaries, working respectively as a cashier in a private finance company and as a salesman in an electronics goods shop.
Runtime: 150 min.
Directed by: Johny Antony