Unni Mukundan

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Unni Mukundan
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Born
Unnikrishnan Mukundan

(1987-09-22) 22 September 1987 (age 33)
Thrissur, Kerala, India [1]
Nationality Indian
Other namesJai Krishna
Occupation
  • Actor
  • singer
Years active2011 – present
Parent(s)
  • Mukundan Nair
  • Roji Mukundan

Unnikrishnan Mukundan commonly known as Unni Mukundan (born 22 September 1987) is an Indian actor , who predominantly appears in Malayalam films. [2] He has also acted in a few Tamil and Telugu films.

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Unni Mukundan made his acting debut with the Tamil film Seedan (2011), a remake of Nandanam (2002). [3] After playing several small roles, Unni got his breakthrough with his lead role in Vysakh's action comedy Mallu Singh (2012). [4] Later, he went on to do major roles in several Malayalam films including commercially successful films like KL 10 Patthu (2015), Style (2016) and Oru Murai Vanthu Parthaya (2016). [5] He made his Tollywood debut with the 2016 film Janatha Garage . [6]

Unni Mukundan made his debut as a lyricist and singer with the film Achayans . [7] He has also sponsored road safety measures by appearing in the motor vehicle department's advertisements. [8]

Personal life

Unni Mukundan was born on 22 September 1987 as the son of Mukundan Nair and Roji Mukundan. [9] He has an elder sister named Karthika. [10] Even though he is a Malayali by birth, he was brought up in Ahmedabad, Gujarat. [11] In his early days, he used to work with Motif, now known as TTEC. [12]

Acting career

Debut and initial success (2011–2013)

In 2011, Unni made his film debut in Tamil film Seedan , a remake of the Malayalam film Nandanam . [13] Unni entered the Malayalam film industry through Bombay March 12 [14] alongside Mammootty, directed by Babu Janardhanan. For his performance in Bombay March 12 , he was adjudged best newcomer by SIIMA, Asianet Film Awards, Asiavision, Jaihind TV, Amrita TV and Vanitha Film Awards. He played a supporting role in Thalsamayam Oru Penkutty , directed by T. K. Rajeev Kumar. [15] [16] [17] [18]

Unni got his turning point from the Movie Mallu Singh (2012) directed by Vyshakh. The movie became a huge hit and ran over 100 days. [19] He did cameo appearances in movies Theevram and Hitlist. In the same year, he appeared in EzhamSuryan and I love Me directed by B Unnikrishnan. [20] [21] His action sequences where well acclaimed by the audience.

In 2013 he appeared in IthuPathiramanal and Orissa, both directed by M Padmakumar. [22] Also he was seen in D Company an anthology of three independently shot action films. [23]

Breakthrough (2014–present)

Unni at 92.7 Big FM Trivandrum Unnimukundan at 92.7 Big fm Trivandrum.jpg
Unni at 92.7 Big FM Trivandrum

In 2014, he appeared in The Last Supper directed by Vinil turned out to be a flop. But in the same year, he made a comeback by playing one of the titular role along with Dulquer Salmaan in super hit movie Vikramadithyan directed by Lal Jose. [24] [25] A critic from Ibtimes wrote "Unni Mukundan has made a massive comeback with this Lal Jose directorial. He nailed his character as Vikraman, a young man with well controlled emotions and realistic attitudes". [26]

In 2015, he was seen in supporting role in the Mammootty starrer Fireman directed by Deepu Karunakaran. [27] Same year, he played the lead role in the movie Samrajyam II: Son of Alexander as Jordan, the son of Alexander who was the protagonist in the prequel. [28] He next release was KL 10 Patthu written and directed by debutant Muhsin Parari. [29]

In 2016, he did action thriller movie Style which turned out to be a decent commercial entertainer. [30] He was then seen in critically acclaimed movie Kaattum Mazhayum and fantasy romantic comedy film Oru Murai Vanthu Parthaya. [31] He made his Tollywood debut with the film Janatha Garage in an antagonistic role as Raghava, son of Sathyam (Mohanlal). [32] The film was both commercial success and critically acclaimed. It was the highest grossing Telugu films of the year. [33]

In 2017 film Achayans, he made his debut as a lyricist and singer. [34] [35] He played one of the lead role along with Jayaram and Adil Ibrahim in the movie and it turned out to be a commercial success. [36] In the same year, he was seen in another multi hero movie AvarudeRaavukal along with Asif Ali which received mixed reviews. [37] In August of the same year Clint with director Harikumar was released, in which he played the role of Joseph, father of Edmund Thomas Clint, a child prodigy known for having drawn over 25,000 paintings during his short life of seven years. He was seen in two different looks as a 35-year old and a 73-year-old man in the film. [38] For this film he received Ramu Kariat Movie Award for the Best Actor. [39] His last release of 2017 was Mammootty starrer Masterpiece in which he played the villain role and Tharangam in which he played an extended cameo. [40]

In 2018, he did Tamil-Telugu Bilingual film Bhaagamathie along with Anuskha Shetty which turned out to be both commercial success and critically acclaimed. [41] [42] His next releases were two thriller movies Ira and Chanakyathanthram. [43] Both the films received positive reviews and was commercially successful. [44]

His first release of 2019 was Haneef Adeni's Mikhael , in which he portrayed the role of antagonist Marco Jr. [45] [46] [47] He will be also seen in Vishnu Mohan's Meppadiyan which is based on true events and in a Telugu film Khiladi. [48] [49]

Production house

Unni Mukundan launched his new film production company [50] Unni Mukundan Films (UMF) [51] [52] [53] on 17 August 2020.

Filmography

As actor

YearTitleRoleNotes
2011 Seedan Mano Ramalingam Tamil film; Credited as Jai Krishna
Bombay March 12 Shahjahan
Bangkok Summer Madhavan
2012 Thalsamayam Oru Penkutty Suryan
Mallu Singh Hari Narayan (Hareender Singh)Breakthrough role
Ezham SuryanChitrabhanu
Theevram HimselfCameo appearance
The Hit List S.I Ajai KumarGuest appearance
I Love Me SavyFirst Independent Voice
2013 Ithu Pathiramanal Eldho
Orissa Christhuraj
D Company (Gangs of Vadakkumnathan segment)SarathAnthology Film
2014The Last SupperAlby
Vikramadithyan S.I Vikram Shenoy
RajadhiRaja BridegroomCameo appearance [54]
2015 Fireman Shahjahan
Samrajyam II: Son of Alexander Jordan Alexander
KL 10 Patthu Ahmad
2016 Style Tom
Kaattum Mazhayum JayanarayananUnreleased Film
Oru Murai Vanthu Parthaya Prakashan
Janatha Garage Raghava Sathyam Telugu film; Telugu debut [55]
2017 Achayans Tony Vavachan

Also Lyrics and Playback Singing "anuragam puthu mazha pole" [56]

Avarude Raavukal Siddharth Gopan
Clint JosephBased On A Real Character
Tharangam ReghuCameo appearance
Masterpiece ACP John Thekkan IPS
2018 Bhaagamathie ShaktiTelugu,Tamil bilingual film [57]
Ira Rajiv IPS
Chanakya Thanthram Arjun Ram Mohan
2019 Mikhael Marco Jr.
My Great Grandfather Sam ChristyCameo appearance
Pathinettam Padi Ajith Kumar IASCameo appearance [58]
Mamangam Chandroth Panicker
2021 Meppadiyan JayakrishnanPost-Production
Bhramam TBAFilming
Khiladi TBATelugu film [59]
Bruce Lee TBAPre Production
Bro Daddy TBAPre Production
12th Man TBAPre Production

Short films and Web Series

YearFilmRoleNotes
2020Ente NarayanikkuAravind a.k.a BasheerShort film (Voice only)

As playback singer

YearTitleSong / VoiceRef(s)
2017 Achayans Anuraagam Puthumazha Pole [60]
2018

Chanakya Thanthram

Etho Vazhithaarayil [61]
OruKuttanadanBlog Chaarathu Nee [62]
2020 Shylock Ek Tha Boss
2020Ente NarayanikkuThodathe

As lyricist

YearTitleSong / VoiceNotesRef(s)
2017 Achayans Anuraagam Puthumazha PoleCo-writer with Ratheesh Vega [63]

As Assistant Director

YearFilmDirectorRef(s)
2018 Oru Kuttanadan Blog Sethu [64]

Awards

YearAwardCategoryFilmSource
2011 Asianet Film Awards Best New Face of the year BombayMarch12 [65]
Asiavision Movie Awards Best Promising Newcomer [66]
Vanitha Film Awards Best New Face [67]
Jaihind TV Film AwardsBest Newcomer of the year [68]
Amrita TV Film AwardsBest Debut actor [69]
South Indian International Movie Awards Best Debut Actor (Malayalam) [70]
2013 Pravasi Express Awards Youth Icon Mallu Singh [71]
2017Anand TV Awards 2017 UK Youth Icon Achayans [72]
Red fm Malayalam Music Awards 2017Best Star singer [73]
Ramu Kariat Movie AwardsBest Actor Clint (film) [74]
2019Creative Film AwardsBest Actor in negative role Mikhael [75]
2020Ramu Karyat awardBest second actorMamankam
Asianet Film AwardsYouth IconMamankam,Mikhael

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