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It has been 14 years since Prithviraj made his entry in to Mollywood. The actor had a memorable debut with the film Nandanam, which released in the year 2002.
Over the years, the actor has polished his acting skills and with each passing film, he is improving as an actor, competing with himself.
He has done a good number of memorable roles in a career spanning 14 years with more than 90 movies in his kitty, so far. And hence, it is a difficult task to pick one of the best characters that he has done so far.
But now, the actor himself took to micro-blogging site Twitter, to talk about one of his best performances. Take a look at the tweet posted by Prithviraj.
#CityOfGod will forever remain one of my best films! Jyotilal..one of my most honest performances! Lijo, Babu Janardhanan, Sujith 🙏🏼— Prithviraj Sukumaran (@PrithviOfficial) August 16, 2016
Interestingly, the actor has picked his role in the film City Of God as one of his honest performances, so far. According to him, City Of God is one his best films of his career, so far. In the film, Prithviraj had portrayed the role of a guy named Jyotilal, who works for a rich businessman.
The film directed by Lijo Jose Pellissery was released in the year 2011. City Of God did win wide critical acclaim, but it wasn't a big success at the box office. The movie fetched wide appreciations once the DVD's of the film got released.
City Of God had its script written by Babu Janardhanan. The film, which also had Indrajith Sukumaran, Parvathy, Rima Kallingal, Rajeev Pillai, Shwetha Menon etc. in important roles had employed non-linear narration.