|Born||17 December 1979 (age 41)|
|Alma mater||Sainik School|
|Children||Prarthana Indrajith, Nakshatra Indrajith|
|Relatives||Prithviraj Sukumaran (brother)|
Indrajith Sukumaran (born 17 December 1979) is an Indian film actor, playback singer and a family man. He predominantly works in Malayalam cinema and occasionally acts in Tamil, English, Telugu, and Hindi films. He has acted in nearly 95 films. Indrajith was born to the actors Sukumaran and Mallika Sukumaran and is the elder brother of actor Prithviraj Sukumaran.
Indrajith made his acting debut in the 1986 film Padayani in a child artist. And has gone on to star in over 80 films, notably Meesa Madhavan (2002), Runway (2004), Vesham (2004), Classmates (2006), Chotta Mumbai (2007), Arabikkatha (2007), Twenty:20 (2008), Nayakan (2010), Karayilekku Oru Kadal Dooram (2010), Ee Adutha Kaalathu (2012), Amen (2013), Left Right Left (2013), Ezhamathe Varavu (2013), Angels (2014), Amar Akbar Anthony (2015), Lucifer (2019) and Halal Love Story (2020).
Indrajith was born as the elder son of actors Sukumaran and Mallika Sukumaran on 17 December 1979. His brother Prithviraj Sukumaran is also a well-known actor in south Indian cinema. Indrajith's initial schooling was at Shrine Vailankanni Senior Secondary School, T. Nagar, Chennai and St. Joseph's Boys' Hr. Sec. School, Coonoor, since the family was settled at Tamil Nadu at that time. Later, when the family shifted to Kerala, he had his education from The NSS Public School Perunthanni, St.Mary's Residential Central School, Poojappura. He completed the rest of his school education at Sainik School Kazhakoottam, along with his brother Prithviraj. He was the captain of Tennis team while studying there. He also participated in music and acting competitions. He pursued his bachelor's with distinction in Computer science engineering from Rajaas Engineering College in Tirunelveli district and was working as a trainee in a software company when he entered into the film career. Later, he dropped his job and became busy with movies.
He acted alongside Mohanlal in Anwar Rasheed's Chotta Mumbai and Shaji Kailas's Baba Kalyani. His performance as the villain in Baba Kalyani was acclaimed by critics. He acted with Mammootty in the movie Vesham
He also acted in Lal Jose's film Arabikkatha and Santhosh Sivan's Before the Rains. He paired with his brother Prithviraj Sukumaran in several films, including the 2006's hit film Classmates. He starred in the lead role with Vineeth in Hariharan's Film Ezhamathe Varavu, written by M. T. Vasudevan Nair after the success of Pazhassi Raja (2009).
|1986||Padayani||Young Ramesh||Child artist|
|2002||Oomappenninu Uriyadappayyan||Shyam Gopal Varma||Career debut|
|Meesa Madhavan||Eapen Pappachi|
|Mizhi Randilum||Dr. Arun|
|2005||Finger Print||Kishore Varma|
|2006||Achanurangatha Veedu||Police Officer|
|Heart Beats||Binoy Idikkula|
|Hareendran Oru Nishkalankan||Hareendra Varma|
|2008||Kanal Kannadi||Vivek Iyer|
|Malabar Wedding||Manu Kuttan|
|2010||Happy Husbands||Rahul Valiyathan|
|Elsamma Enna Aankutty||Eby|
|College Days||Rohit Menon|
|Karayilekku Oru Kadal Dooram||Anoop Chandran|
|City of God||Swarnavel|
|Three Kings||Bhaskaranunni Raja|
|2012||Ee Adutha Kaalathu||Vishnu|
|Bachelor Party||Geevarghese||50th film|
|Mullamottum Munthiricharum||Churatta Jose|
|Akasathinte Niram||Young Man|
|Husbands in Goa||Jerry|
|2013||Amen||Father Vincent Vattolli|
|Up & Down - Mukalil Oralundu||Thampuran|
|Left Right Left||Jayan|
|Ezhamathe Varavu||Gopinath Menon|
|2014||Masala Republic||S.I. Shambu|
|Naku Penta Naku Taka||Vinay|
|Amar Akbar Anthony||Anthony|
|2016||Vettah||ACP Xylex Abraham|
|2017||Kaadu Pookkunna Neram||Police officer|
|Thakkol||Fr. Ambrose Vas Pochampalli|
|2020||Halal Love Story||Shereef|
|Anuradha Crime No.59/2019||Peethambaran||Post-production|
|TBA||Valayar Paramasivam||Balu Damodar||Pre-Production|
|2002||En Mana Vaanil||Murali||Tamil|
|2008||Before the Rains||Manas||English|
|2010||The Waiting Room||Cop||Hindi|
|2007||"Manjin"||Daya||TV Serial |
Special appearance also
|2010||"Happy Husbands"||Happy Husbands||Anand Narayan, Achu Rajamani||M. Jayachandran|
|"Ranadheera"||Nayakan||Preeti Pillai||Prashant Pillai|
|"Poril Theyyaram"||Chekavar||Ragged Skull||Rahul Raj|
|2013||"Hey Ithuvazhi"||Arikil Oraal||Chitra Iyer||Gopi Sundar|
|2014||"Kalichiri"||Masala Republic||Sithara||Jassie Gift|
|"Ee Mizhiyimakal"||Angels||–||Jakes Bejoy|
|2015||"Premamennaal"||Amar Akbar Anthony||Prithviraj, Jayasurya, Kalabhavan Shajon||Nadirshah|
|2018||"Naadum Vitte"||Mohanlal||–||Tony Joseph|
|"La La Laletta"||Prarthana Indrajith|
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