Indrajith Sukumaran opened his mind about some of his wishes to Onlookers Media, in an exclusive Interview with us while promoting his new film ‘Angels’, directed by Jean Marcos, who is his brother-in –law also. Once his brother Prithviraj Sukumaran told in an interview that he really wished to do he character in ‘Naayakan’ directed by Lijo Jose Pellissery and it was actually did by none other Indrajith,his elder brother. When our reporter Asked Indrajith about which role he wished to do which was actually done by his brother Prithviraj, he answered that he really wished to do the role which Prithvi done in the film ‘Mumbai Police’ directed by Roshan Andrews and scripted by Bobby Sanjay.
In ‘Mumbai Police”’ Prithvi had done the role of a police officer ‘ACP Antony Moses’ who suffers a memory lose after am accident and then try to get his memory back in order to solve a case he was investigating before he lost his memory. Apart from Prithvi, Jayasurya and Rahman also played very important roles in the film. The film was successful both critically and commercially and considered as one of the great experiments in Malayalam cinema history. It was also counted among one of the best Investigative Thriller in Mollywood. It was a film that gave a lot of mileage to Prithvi raj in his career as an actor and as a star.
The film also was a milestone in the career of the director Roshan Andrews and it also gave great appreciation for the script writer duo Bobby Sanjay. It gave a much need Success to the Roshan Andrews-Bobby Sanjay team as their previous film Casanovva starred by the Universal star of Mollywood Mr. Mohanlal was not well received by the audience. The film came with great hype and it does not satisfy the audience. And Mumbai police was a real and powerful come back of the talented and promising team.
Indrajith is now gearing up with Angels, which is a social investigative thriller and is all set to release in the coming days. Hope it will give him a much needed hit after his highly appreciated role in ‘Left Right Left’.