Soubin Shahir is on a roll, after the back-to-back successes that he have been enjoying in Mollywood. The trailer of his upcoming film Mudhugauv has released and yet again we are set to see him in a variety role.
Film goers love to watch him on-screen and the reasons are a plenty. Here we list 5 reasons why Soubin Shahir is a talent to reckon with.
He has got some impeccable comic timing. It is a pleasure to see him perform in comical scenes and we feel like 'Is it so easy to handle comedy?'
Undeniable Screen Presence
He has got that charisma to capture viewers' attention. Take the case of the film Loham, he appeared just in 2-3 scenes of the movie, but still he was able to make a lasting impression.
Good Chemistry With Co-actors
He is one such actor who can fit in with any other actor. Be it Dileep, Vinay Fort, Fahadh Fazil or Dulquer Salmaan, he shares a good chemistry with all of them and can form a good pair.
He doesn't resort to any kind of buffoonery to evoke laughter. He just keeps things simple and perform naturally, probably that is this actor's biggest positive.
Capable Of Handling Any Kind Of Roles
His performance in films like Annayum Rasoolum shows that he is much more than a comedy actor. It is sure that, if given a chance, he could perform any kinds of roles with ease.
Soubin started off as an assistant director in films. He assisted many directors like Rafi-Mecartin, Sidhique, Fazil etc in the past.
He debuted in films through Fazil's Kaiyethum Doorathu where he had a very brief role to play.
He came back to films through Annayum Rasoolum where he had a very important and noticeable role to perform.
But, it was Premam that gave a boost to his acting career. His role of PT Master Sivan was well-accepted by the audiences and he became a sensation.
Now, Soubin Shahir has become an indispensable part of Malayalam cinema. His presence itself is considered to be a big boost for a film.
More importantly, he is more than just an actor. He is all set to wear the director's hat for a project which would be produced by Anwar Rasheed.