Today(August 31, 2016), is the birthday of the actor, who could rightly be tagged as the versatile star of Mollywood. Yes, we are talking about actor Jayasurya, who has impressed us all with his ability to do versatile characters.
We all know about the immense amount of talent that the actor has. Today, on his birthday, we are going to list 5 of the most underrated and not much talked about performances of the actor. Take a look.
101 Weddings was an out-and-out comedy entertainer and in this film, Jayasurya played the role of an effeminate dancer. The actor had done full justice to the character and not even in a single scene has he gone overboard and thus delivering a matured performance.
Happy Journey wasn't a big success at the box office. The film had Jayasurya in the role of a guy named Aaron, who wants to make it to the Indian cricket team for blind. Once again, Jayasurya was cent percent convincing as the character.
Kumbasaram, despite being a good movie, was a box office failure. The film had a very intense performance from Jayasurya, as a father who is on the run to save his child's life.
Sankaranum Mohananum, directed by T V Chandran, had the actor in dual roles. The actor appeared in different get-ups in the film. He made both the characters look distinct and that definitely is the success of the actor.
Philips And The Monkey Pen
This film had the kids, the wonderful making, well-layered script as its major talking points. More importantly, the film did have a subtle yet strong performance from Jayasurya. He underplayed his character most of the times and that smile which appears on his face towards the climax sequence of the film is more than enough to show the brilliance of the actor.
Most of the films in the above mentioned list didn't have a good fate at the box office. Probably, due to that reason, Jayasurya's hardwork and commitment also went unnoticed.
Meanwhile, this birthday would be really a special one for Jayasurya, as the actor's most recent release Pretham has turned out to be a big box office success.
The film directed by Ranjith Sankar is still doing a good business at the box office. Pretham, features Jayasurya in the role of a mentalist named John Don Bosco. The film also features Aju Varghese, Govind Padmasoorya, Sharafudheen etc. in prominent roles.
Jayasurya has received praises for his performance as John Don Bosco in the film. He has given a well-controlled and matured performance and his hard work for the character has paid off.