Nivin Pauly on happiness after receiving best actor award from Mohanlal

Nivin Pauly is clearly experiencing the best fix of his life and we can say that he is in structure with consistent achievement being in the spotlight of Mollywood. It had verging on begun from the film named 1983 (2014) helmed by Abrid Shine which had graced the screens all over Kerala in January a year ago and turned into a super achievement. From that point on he turned whatever he touched to gold and he turned into a standout amongst the most prominent star among the youths of the business also. Two months back he had conveyed the second greatest hit of Mollywood also, named Premam brought about by Alphonse Puthran. Presently Nivin’s Premam is behind the general star Mohanlal’s flick Drishyam (2013) by Jeethu Joseph as it had secured the most elevated grosser in Mollywood 2 years back and as yet ruling like a supervisor.

Two days back the SIIMA-South Indian International Award-has been reported and appropriated recompenses at Dubai. From Malayalam, Nivin Pauly was picked as the best on-screen character of 2014 for his execution in the aforementioned film 1983 brought about by Abrid Shine which had truly helped the ascent of Nivin Pauly as a performing artist and a star in Mollywood. To get the first best performing artist recompense from an on-screen character who is without a doubt the best and finest in our nation has ever seen, itself is a respect more than the grant, included Nivin. Getting an honor for his execution from an on-screen character who is presumably one of the best on the planet is the most energizing minute for a youthful on-screen character like Nivin.
Nivin said that he is exceptionally upbeat and respected to get it from Mohanlal. He said that he grew up watching Mohanlal’s movies and never considered notwithstanding meeting him by and by. Be that as it may, now he had got the fortunes to remain alongside him on a major stage,which is a blessing from heaven to get a best on-screen character grant from his hand. It’s very astonishing. Nivin had committed the honor uncommonly to the director of 1983 Abrid Shine and to the entire cast and team of that film.