Nivin Pauly

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Nivin Pauly
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Nivin Pauly at Sima award's 2021
Born (1984-10-11) 11 October 1984 (age 37)
Aluva, Kerala, India
Alma materFederal Institute of Science and Technology
Occupation
  • Actor
  • producer
Years active2010–present
Spouse(s)
Rinna Joy
(m. 2010)
ChildrenDhaveedh (son) & Rhesah (daughter)

Nivin Pauly (born 11 October 1984) is an Indian actor and producer who works predominantly in Malayalam film industry. He is a recipient of several awards including two Kerala State Film Awards and three Filmfare South awards.[1]

Nivin auditioned for and was cast in one of the main roles in Vineeth Sreenivasan's directorial debut Malarvaadi Arts Club in 2009, which was produced by actor Dileep. Nivin got his breakthrough with his lead role in the romantic film Thattathin Marayathu (2012), which was also directed by Vineeth Sreenivasan.[2] He came to be known for playing "boy next door" archetype following roles in the bilingual black-comedy thriller Neram (2013), the sports-drama 1983 (2014), the romantic-comedy Ohm Shanthi Oshaana (2014), the romantic-drama Bangalore Days (2014), the comedy road-thriller Oru Vadakkan Selfie (2015), and the coming-of-age romantic drama Premam (2015).Premam is among the top 10 highest-grossing Malayalam films.

Nivin went on to star in the police drama Action Hero Biju (2016), the family drama Jacobinte Swargarajyam (2016), the political satire Sakhavu (2017),family comedy Njandukalude Nattil Oridavela (2017) and the epic film Kayamkulam Kochunni (2018) which is the third highest-grossing Malayalam film.[3][4]

Nivin made his debut as a producer with Action Hero Biju under his production company Pauly Jr. Pictures. He then produced the family entertainer Njandukalude Nattil Oridavela.[5]

He won the Filmfare Award for Best Male Debut for his Tamil debut Neram (2013).[6] In 2015, Nivin won the Kerala State Film Award for Best Actor for his performances in Bangalore Days and 1983.[7][8] He won the Filmfare Award for Best Actor – Malayalam for Action Hero Biju in 2016.[9] In 2020, he won the Kerala State Film Award for Best Actor -Special Mention for his performance in Moothon. He also won the best actor award for the same film at the New York Indian Film Festival

Early life

Nivin was born on 11 October 1984 in Aluva, Ernakulam.[10] Nivin's father, Pauly Bonaventure and his mother, Thressiamma Pauly worked in Aarau, Switzerland. Nivin, who was brought up in Kerala, visited them in Aarau during his vacations, where they stayed for 25 years.[11] He graduated with a Bachelor of Technology degree in Electronics & Communication Engineering from Federal Institute of Science and Technology (FISAT), Angamaly in 2006.[12] Nivin was employed at Infosys in Bangalore through campus placements and worked as a software engineer from 2006 to 2008.[13] However, he resigned and returned home after his father's death.[14][15]

Career

Nivin Pauly receiving award at SIIMA, Hyderabad

Nivin auditioned for Malarvaadi Arts Club and was cast by Vineeth Sreenivasan in the role of Prakashan, which marked his debut.[12][15] Following this, he acted in the films The Metro[16] and Sevenes,[17] and did cameos in Traffic and Spanish Masala. He appeared in music video Nenjodu Cherthu from the album Yuvvh, what The Hindu called "hugely popular" ,[15] and was a viral hit on YouTube.[18]

The 2012 film Thattathin Marayathu was his acting vehicle,[14][19] which went on to become the biggest hit of the year.[20][21] After Thattathin Marayathu, he was called "the current youth sensation"[19] and "hot property".[14] He received offers from directors including Sathyan Anthikad, Rajesh Pillai, Aashiq Abu and Shyamaprasad.[22]

Nivin made his debut in Tamil with the bilingual film Neram.[20] His other Malayalam films in 2013 include 5 Sundarikal and Sunil Ibrahim's Arikil Oraal.

In 2014, he appeared in Abrid Shine's directorial debut 1983, where he played the role of Rameshan.[23] This was followed with debutant Jude Anthany Joseph's romantic comedy Ohm Shanthi Oshaana, in which he portrayed the role of Giri and was released a week after 1983. His next release Bangalore Days was directed by Anjali Menon. In the same year, he played an extended cameo in the Lal Jose film Vikramadithyan.

In 2015, Nivin appeared in Mili, Oru Vadakkan Selfie and Ivide . He then acted in Premam, where he played the role of George David. It grossed over 600 million, and went on to become one of the highest grossing Malayalam movies.[24][25][26]

Nivin appeared in his first straight Tamil feature film through Gautham Ramachandran's crime drama Richie (2017), where he portrayed a small town thug.[27] His big budget movie "Kayamkulam Kochunni (2018 film)" made a huge impact at the Kerala Box Office .

Nivin's Love Action Drama saw commercial success at the box office. Nivin next appeared in Geetu Mohandas' film Moothon which was screened at several international film festivals worldwide including Toronto International Film Festival,[28] New York Indian Film Festival,[29] FFAST (Paris),[30] Indian Film Festival of Melbourne[31] and Mumbai Film Festival.[32] He won the award for the best actor at the New York Indian Film Festival for his role in Moothon.[33]

Nivin will appear on screen as Mattanchery Moidu soon in Rajeev Ravi's film "Thuramukham (2021 film)". His upcoming projects are Padavettu, Bismi Special, Mahaveeryar, Kanakam Kaamini Kalaham, Gangster of Mundanmala, and Thaaram.

Personal life

He married his college sweetheart Rinna Joy on 28 August 2010, at St. Dominic Catholic Church in Aluva. They were classmates at FISAT.[34][35][36][10][37] They have a son and a daughter..[38]

Filmography

Films

Key
Films that have not yet been released Denotes films that have not yet been released
  • All films are in Malayalam, unless otherwise noted.
List of films and roles
Year Film Role(s) Notes Ref.
2010 Malarvaadi Arts Club Prakashan Debut film [39]
2011 Traffic Car driver in the last scene Cameo appearance [40]
The Metro Harikrishnan [41]
Sevenes Shaukath [42]
2012 Spanish Masala Mathews Cameo appearance [42]
Thattathin Marayathu Vinod Nair [39]
Bhoopadathil Illatha Oridam Murali [43]
Puthiya Theerangal Mohanan [44]
Chapters Krishnakumar [45]
Da Thadiya Rahul Vaidyar [46]
2013 Neram Mathew (Malayalam)
Vetri (Tamil)
Bilingual film in Malayalam and Tamil [47]
My Fan Ramu Himself Special appearance [48][49]
English: An Autumn in London Sibin [50]
5 Sundarikal Jinu Segment: Isha (Anthology film) [51]
Arikil Oraal Icha [52]
2014 1983 Rameshan Won Kerala State Film Award taking

Banglore Days also into account

[53]
Ohm Shanthi Oshaana Giri [54]
Bangalore Days Krishnan P.P. aka 'Kuttan' [55]
Vikramadithyan Lokesh Kumar IAS Guest appearance [56]
2015 Mili Naveen [57]
Oru Vadakkan Selfie Umesh [58]
Ivide Krish Hebbar [59]
Premam George David [60]
2016 Action Hero Biju Biju Paulose Debut as producer [61]
Jacobinte Swargarajyam Jerry Jacob [62]
Aanandam Akash Guest appearance [63]
2017 Sakhavu Krishnakumar & Sakhavu Krishnan Double Role [64]
Njandukalude Nattil Oridavela Kurien Chacko Also producer [65]
Richie Richard K. Sagayam (Richie) Tamil film [66]
2018 Hey Jude Jude Rodriguez [67]
Kayamkulam Kochunni Kayamkulam Kochunni

[68]

2019 Mikhael Dr. John Mikhael [69]
Love Action Drama Dineshan [70]
Moothon Akbar/ Bhai Kerala State Film Award Special Mention. Bilingual film in Malayalam and Hindi [71]
2021 Thuramukham Mattanchery Moidu Post-production stage [72]
Kanakam Kaamini Kalaham Pavithran Direct OTT Released on Disney+Hotstar [72]
Mahaveeryar Films that have not yet been released Post-production stage [72]
Padavettu Films that have not yet been released Filming [72]
2022 Thaaram Films that have not yet been released Announced [72]
Bismi Special Films that have not yet been released Announced [72]
Gangster of Mundanmala Films that have not yet been released Announced [72]

Short films

List of short films and roles
Film Director(s) Role Language
Eli - a sexy tale Alphonse Puthren Eli Tamil
No go tell Jude Anthany Joseph Himself Malayalam

The short film directed by Alphonse Puthren was later included in the 2016 Tamil anthology film Aviyal.[73]

Music videos

List of music videos
Song Video Director(s) Language Ref.
Yuvvh Nenjodu Cherthu Alphonse Puthren Malayalam [74][75]
Spirit of Chennai Spirit of Chennai Vikram Tamil [76]

Awards and nominations

List of awards and nominations
Award Year Category Film Result Ref.
Kerala State Film Awards 2014 Best Actor 1983, Bangalore Days Won [77]
2019 Special Mention Moothon Won
Filmfare Awards South 2013 Filmfare Award for Best Male Debut – South Neram Won [78]
2014 Filmfare Award for Best Actor – Malayalam 1983 Nominated [79]
Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actor – South Won [80]
2015 Filmfare Award for Best Actor – Malayalam Premam Nominated [81]
2016 Filmfare Award for Best Film – Malayalam Action Hero Biju Nominated [82]
Filmfare Award for Best Actor – Malayalam Won [83]
2017 Filmfare Award for Best Actor – Malayalam Sakhavu Nominated [84]
South Indian International Movie Awards 2012 Rising Star of South Indian Cinema (Male) Thattathin Marayathu Won [85]
2013 Best Debutant Actor (Tamil) Neram Nominated [86]
2014 Best Actor (Malayalam) 1983 Won [87]
2015 Best Actor (Malayalam) Premam Nominated [88]
Best Actor Critics (Malayalam) Won [89]
2016 Best Film (Malayalam) Action Hero Biju Nominated [90]
Best Actor (Malayalam) Action Hero Biju, Jacobinte Swargarajyam Nominated
Best Actor Critics (Malayalam) Won [91]
2017 Best Actor (Malayalam) Njandukalude Nattil Oridavela Won [92]
2019 Best Actor (Malayalam) Moothon Nominated [93]
Best Actor Critics (Malayalam) Won [94]
New York Indian Film Festival 2019 Best Actor Moothon Won
Asianet Film Awards 2010 Best Debutant (Male) Malarvaadi Arts Club Won
2012 Best Star Pair Thattathin Marayathu Won
2013 Best Star Pair Neram Won
2013 Youth Icon Neram Won
2014 Best Actor 1983 Nominated
2015 Best Actor Premam Nominated [95]
Most Popular Actor Won
Youth Icon Various films Won
2016 Best Actor Action Hero Biju, Jacobinte Swargarajyam Nominated [96]
Most Popular Actor Won
2019 Golden Star of The Year Moothon, Love Action Drama Won
Vanitha Film Awards 2012 Best Star Pair Thattathin Marayathu Won
2014 Most Popular Actor 1983 Won [97]
2015 Most Popular Actor Premam Won [98]
2016 Most Popular Actor Action Hero Biju, Jacobinte Swargarajyam Won [99]
2019 Graceful Performance Love Action Drama , Moothon Won
Asiavision Awards 2012 Youth Icon Thattathin Marayathu Won
2013 Youth Icon Neram Won
2014 Performer of the Year 1983 Won [100]
Youth Icon Bangalore Days Won
2015 Youth Icon Premam Won [101]
2016 Best Actor Action Hero Biju, Jacobinte Swargarajyam Won [102]
IIFA Utsavam 2015 Best Actor Premam Nominated [103]
2016 Best Film Action Hero Biju Nominated [104]
Best Actor Jacobinte Swargarajyam Nominated
Kerala Film Critics Association Awards 2016 Special jury Action Hero Biju Won [105]
2019 Best Actor Moothon Won [106]
Ananda Vikatan Cinema Awards 2013 Best Debut Neram Won [107]

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