Fahadh Faasil: Education, family and Acting Career in South films

Fahadh Faasil

Fahadh Faasil was born on August 8, 1982, and is both an Indian actor and film producer who works mostly in south films. He had acted and directed in more than 50 south films. He has received several awards, including a National Film Award, four Kerala, and three Filmfare awards in the south.

Fahadh Faasil

Fahadh’s father is a filmmaker named Fazil. He began his film career when he was 19 and starred in a leading role directed by his father Fazil in 2002. It was a romantic film named Kaiyethum Doorath, which was a big commercial failure. After 7 years, Fahadh made his comeback in films with the anthology film Kerala Cafe (2009), in the short film Mrityunjayam.

Education and family

Fahadh’s father is a director named Fazil and his wife Rozina. Fahadh has two siblings, Alameda and Fatima, and also a brother, named Farhaan, he is also an actor.

He completed his schooling at SDV Central School in Alappuzha and Lawrence School Ooty and Choice School Tripunithura. Fahadh Faasil went on to pursue his degree from the Sanatana Dharma College, Alleppey. He completed his degree in M.A. in philosophy from the University of Miami in the U.S.

Acting Career in South films

His performance in Sameer Thahir and directorial debut Chaappa Kurishu (2011), a thriller within which he appeared because the head of a construction business was appreciated.

He shot an extended kissing scene together with his co-star Remya Nambeesan within the film– supposedly the first-ever in Malayalam cinema. Fahadh’s next film, Akam (2011) an up-to-date adaptation of Malayattoor Ramakrishnan’s psycho-thriller novel Yakshi, had him playing Srinivas, a young architect, who starts suspecting that his beautiful wife may be a yakshi. He has won the Kerala State Film Awards for His leading Roles as an Artist, in North 24 Kaatham, Akam. Afterward, he got married to Malayalam Actress named Nazriya Nazim.

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