Suraj Venjaramoodu is a well-known Indian actor who predominantly works in the Malayalam film industry. He has made a name for himself as a versatile actor who is capable of delivering powerful performances in both serious and comedic roles. Suraj has won several awards for his acting, including the National Film Award for Best Actor.
Early Life and Career
Suraj Venjaramoodu was born on 30th June 1976 in Venjaramoodu, Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala. He completed his schooling at the Government High School in Venjaramoodu and went on to study at the University College, Thiruvananthapuram. After completing his studies, Suraj started his career as a mimicry artist in various stage shows. He then went on to work as a radio jockey, where he gained popularity for his witty and humorous commentary.
Suraj made his acting debut in the Malayalam film industry in 2002 with the film "Dosth". He played a supporting role in the film, but it was enough to showcase his acting abilities. He then went on to appear in several films in supporting roles, including "Mizhi Randilum", "Chanthupottu", and "Classmates".
Breakthrough and Success
Suraj's breakthrough came with his role in the 2009 film "Duplicate". He played the lead role in the film, and his performance was widely praised by critics and audiences alike. He then went on to appear in several successful films, including "Annarakannanum Thannalayathu", "Oru Naal Varum", and "Mayamohini".
Suraj's versatility as an actor was further highlighted in the 2013 film "Perariyathavar". He played the lead role of a scavenger in the film, and his performance was widely acclaimed. He won the National Film Award for Best Actor for hi