6 Interesting and Lesser-Known Facts about Nivin Pauly
Nivin Pauly is one of the most famous and charming actors in the Malayalam film industry. He started his journey as an actor with the movie Malarvaadi Arts Club directed by Vineeth Sreenivasan. He is one of the most successful actors and has many super hits and all-time blockbusters like Premam in his kitty. Here we are presenting five interesting and lesser-known facts about Nivin Pauly.
1. Nivin Used To Shuttle between Switzerland and Cochin When Studying
Nivin Pauly was born at Aluva in Eranakulam but his parents worked in Switzerland. His father worked as a mechanic and mother was a nurse. However, Nivin Pauly stayed in Kerala and completed his education here. He completed his schooling from Rajagiri School at Kalamassery and graduated from the Federal Institute of Science And Technology in Kochi. He would spend his annual holidays at Aarau in Switzerland with his parents.
2. Nivin Pauly Had Acted In an Album Directed By Alphonse Puthren In 2003
The first collaboration between Nivin Pauly and Alphonse Puthren was happened more than a decade ago. They joined hands for a music video during their college days titled as Ormakalil. The musical video was directed by Shyamjith and edited by Alphonse Puthren. The music video is about campus friendship and love and lead roles were played by Nivin Pauly, Jinos and Jismi.
3. Got Hired By Infosys through Campus Recruitment
Even though Nivin Pauly has played idiotic college student in various movies, he was a bright student in his real life. He successfully graduated in electronics and communication engineering from Federal Institute of Science And Technology in Kochi and hired to Infosys through campus recruitment. He worked at Infosys in Bangalore for 2 years.
4. Nivin Celebrates His Son’s Birthday with Cancer Patients
Nivin Pauly’s son Daveed turns 4 years old this June and he celebrated it with cancer patients in Thrissur medical college. He distributed food to about 350 cancer patients admitted at the hospital and spent some time with them. He also donates medicines to the patients.
5. Chiyan Vikram Sung Malare for Nivin at a Hotel
Nivin met Chiyan Vikram at a hotel in Chennai a few months ago. He praised Nivin for his performance in the movie Premam and even sung the whole song Malare for Nivin Pauly. Later Nivin stated that it was one of the most memorable moments of his life.
6. Nivin Pauly Has Sung A for the Movie 1983
1983 was one of the most successful movie Nivin Pauly and he got Kerala state film award for his performance in that movie. He has sung the song Nenjile for this movie. However, Nivin Pauly’s version was not included in the movie because of some technical issues.
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