Sufiyum Sujatayum movie review: Jayasurya is more effective in his supporting role than the leads of this listless film
Deceptive marketing might have been partly forgiven if Sufiyum Sujatayum had something worthwhile to offer.
Jayasurya, Aditi Rao Hydari's Malayalam film Sufiyum Sujatayum to premiere on 3 July on Amazon Prime Video
Aditi Rao Hydari revealed on Instagram that Sufiyum Sujatayum is the first-ever Malayalam film to release directly on an OTT platform
Theatre owners irked by direct-to-digital release of Indian films, say it can never replace traditional moviegoing experience
Even though exhibitors are unhappy with producers choosing to go the digital way, they still think that OTT platforms will never be an alternative for the moviegoing audience.
Mollywood actors Soubin Shahir and Jayasurya are both winners of the Best Actor award at the recently concluded Kerala State Award this year.
The winners of Kerala State Awards 2019 were declared by cultural affairs minister AK Balan on 27 February.
Ranjith Sankar’s film, Njan Marykutty, starring Jayasurya is a rare and sensitive pleasure. The film traces the life of a trans woman and the character isn't treated as a a joke, an object to be pitied (even in the worst circumstances), or an overdone punchline.
Njan Marykkutty movie review: Jayasurya’s unaffected performance as trans woman is landmark for Indian cinema
Not once does DoP Vishnu Narayanan objectify or exoticise this unconventional lead.
Captain movie review: Jayasurya's invested performance is the saving grace of this plodding sports biopic
In Captain, the insufferable use of music – mournful and theatrically celebratory by turns – might have become intolerable if it were not for Jayasurya’s presence.
Punyalan Private Limited movie review: Jayasurya’s comic timing is mined to slam demonetisation and more
Punyalan Private Limited is an equal opportunity offender, aiming its wrath across ideological divides, across communities and institutions, at demonetisation, the compulsory playing of the national anthem in movie halls, politics over women’s safety, poor roads, financial corruption and more
The character played by Jayasurya in Fukri sets off a chain of events that soon go out of control when he agrees to participate in a charade for a small payment
A major crisis is brewing in the Malayalam film industry as various film organisations are going on a strike over the sharing of box-office revenues. The big Christmas releases scheduled to hit the screens over the 23 December weekend — Mohanlal’s Munthirivallikal Thalirkkumbol, Prithviraj’s Ezra, Dulquer Salmaan’s Jomonte Suvisheshangal and Jayasurya’s Fukri — have been postponed indefinitely.
Anna Vetticad reviews Jayasurya's Malayalam film Inspector Dawood Ibrahim.
Pretham is a partly effective paranormal thriller-cum-comedy, diluted by its mixed-up attitude to women and an ugly rape quip.