Celebrating 10 years in the industry, Nivin Pauly has come over a long way and has made it big in Malayalam cinema


Nivin Pauly is one of the leading youth stars in Malayalam Film industry. With a huge fan following, the actor and producer has been acclaimed for his performances in blockbusters like 1983, Premam and Moothon.

Starting from Malarvaadi Arts Club, directed by Vineeth Sreenivasan, the actor embarked his journey as an actor and after many ups and downs, he finally got a break after the massive success of 2012 Thattathin Marayathu which was also directed by Vineeth Sreenivasan. There after it was golden days for Nivin with back to back hits like Da Thadiya, Neram, 1983, Om Shanti Oshana, Bangalore Days and so on. With 2016 superhit Action Hero Biju, Nivin also entered into production. He started his own production house called ‘Pauly Jr Pictures’.

On July 16th 2020, Nivin Pauly announced his two projects.


Nivin Pauly next

The actor released a first look poster on his social media pages which was well received by the audience.

The twitter post goes like this:

Gangster Of Mundanmala twitter post

Marking the debut directorial of Ronnie Manuel Joseph and debut screenplay by Aneesh Rajasekharan, the film is being produced by Nivin Pauly himself under ‘Pauly Jr Pictures’ production house and co-produced by Ravi Mathew.

Celebrating 10 years of Nivin Pauly in the industry, the announcement has been a treat to the fans.

The first look poster, as like the title, spills a feeling of action and drama. Take a look at the first look poster below,

GOM first look



On the same day, the actor also announced his another film

Bismy Special announcement

With a first look poster that doesn’t unwrap much details on what the film is about, Nivin lets the cast and crew details out mentioning the name of debutant director Rajesh Ravi and writers Rahul Ramesh, Sanu Majeed and Rajesh Ravi.

Not revealing much, Bismi Special seems to have something cooking special.

Take a glance at the first look below,

Bismy Special poster


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