The Lead Cast Kunchacko Boban, Biju Menon,
Pratap Pothen & Narain
Kunchacko Boban Chackochan became an instant teenage heartthrob with his first film,
Fazil's Aniyathi Pravu(1997). He was favorite in Kerala's
college-campuses after starring in numerous love stories, including
Niram, directed by Kamal. Soon he decided to focus on character roles
with more scope. His success train in 2011 fetched him the Youth Icon
of the Year award at the Asianet Film Awards. He earned critical and
commercial success for his performances in Elsamma Enna Aankutty
(2010), Traffic (2011), Seniors (2011), Ordinary (2012) and Romans
(2013), making him one of the most successful leading actors of
Malayalam film industry.
Biju Menon A well-accepted and talented actor, Biju Menon gave memorable
performances through movies like Madhuranombarakaatu, Meghamalhar,
Mannar Mathai Speaking etc. In 1997, he won the Kerala State's Second
Best Actor award for his role in Krishnagudiyil Oru Pranayakalathu.
His roles in Tamil movies like Majaa and Thambi won him many fans in
Tollywood. Menon is noted for his performances in films such as Mannar
Mathai Speaking (1995), Krishnagudiyil Oru Pranayakalathu (1997),
Meghamalhar (2001), Seniors,Spanish Masala (2011), Ordinary, Run Baby
Run(2012), and Romans(2013).
Prathap Pothen He shifted from theatre to silver screen when late director Bharathan
brought him in his Malayalam film 'Aaravam'. 'Thakara' 'Chamaram' and
'Lorry', which are milestones in Malayalam film history were Prathap's
contributions. Films like 'Nenjathai Killathe', 'Panneerpushpangal'
moodupani and Varumayin niran sigappu made Prathap famous in Tamil
also. 2012 was a come back year for Pratap to Malayalam films with
noted performances in 22 Female Kottayam, and Ayalum Njanum Thammil,
which won him Best Supporting Actor award in TTK Prestige - Vanitha
Film Awards (2013).
Narain He made his debut in Adoor Gopalakrishnan's Nizhalkuthu (2002). His
performances in 4 the People (2004), Achuvinte Amma (2005), and
Classmates (2006) cemented his status as an actor in Malayalam cinema.
Narain's Tamil debut was in Mysskin's Chithiram Pesuthadi (2006). He
was nominated for the Filmfare Award for Best Actor – Tamil, for his
performance in Anjathe (2008). Narain essayed the role of Mohammed
Abdul Rahiman in P. T. Kunju Muhammed's Veeraputhran (2011) and had
successful hits in 2012 like Ayalum Njanum Thammil, Grand Master,
Mugamoodi (Tamil), etc.