Fahadh Faasil is a name that requires no introduction. The actor par excellence has earned a special place in the hearts of audiences not only in India, but all throughout the world, over the course of his career. C U Soon, Joji, Kumbalangi Nights, and Bangalore Days are just a few of the films in which the fantastic Fahadh ensured that we don’t blink when he’s on-screen and only think about him when he’s off-screen.
Malik, his next major film, will premiere exclusively and directly on Amazon Prime Video on July 15th. Malik is one of Fahadh Faasil’s most recent and highly awaited films. Ahead of the film’s much-anticipated release, we’ve compiled a list of five films in which has gone above and beyond superb acting to leave us all in awe of him:
Malik: When it comes to superb acting, a compelling tale, and the character Sulaiman, this film cannot be overlooked. In the film, Fahadh Faasil appears in three different roles: a young boy, a middle-aged man, and an elderly man. According to the trailer, Fahadh has already gotten into the skin of the character and is poised to deliver another outstanding performance.
C U Soon: There was C U Soon before Malik! Within the Indian Film Industry, the terms “experimentation,” “Mahesh Narayanan,” and “Fahadh Faasil” are frequently used interchangeably. The obstacles did not stop this duo from making a cinematic masterpiece during the lockdown, as they shot an entire feature film on an iPhone! The film received widespread acclaim and rave reviews, with everyone applauding Fahadh for his outstanding performance.
Njan Prakashan: Through Njan Prakashan, Fahadh Faasil brought Prakashan and P R Akash to life. He perfectly represented an ambitious individual who deviates little from the normal road in order to be successful, but returns to his origins and finds contentment in all that he has been given. This is one of the must-see Malayalam feel-good films.
Kumbalangi Nights: Shammi made us laugh, cry, and be in awe of him during Kumbalangi Nights. The dramatic turns his character took from the beginning to the finish of the film cannot be overstated. Shammi appears a little strange in the beginning. But watching a guy who is zealous about his ideals succumb to the madness that he spills all over in the end is pure genius.
Varathan: Our guy enjoys unpredictability the most. Fahadh’s portrayal of these characters makes everything appear too real and beautiful. This film should absolutely be seen for Fahadh and the way he flawlessly moves the tale along.