Nivin Pauly Hindi Dubbed Movies List: Nivin was born to a Syro-Malabar Catholic family in the city of Aluva in the state of Ernakulam on October 11, 1984. Pauly Bonaventure and Thressiamma Pauly, Nivin’s parents, both worked in Aarau, Switzerland. Nivin was raised in Kerala, a state in southern India. Nivin made his acting debut in Malarvaadi Arts Club, a production of Vineeth Sreenivasan, in which he plays Prakashan.
His later acting credits include lead roles in The Metro and Sevenes as well as cameos in Traffic and Spanish Masala. The Hindu praised the “hugely popular” status of the music video he appeared in for the song “Nenjodu Cherthu” from the album Yuvvh.
Here is a list of the Hindi-dubbed films by Nivin Pauly that everyone should watch at least once.
Mohanlal Hindi Dubbed Movies List
|S. No||Movie Name In Malayalam||Movie Name In Hindi|
|2||Ohm Shanthi Oshaana||Ohm Shanthi Oshaana|
|3||Bangalore Days||Bangalore Days|
|5||Love Action Drama||Love Action Drama|
|6||English: An Autumn in London||English|
The 2012 movie he was in, Thattathin Marayathu, had the greatest box office earnings. He was Vinod, the young Hindu man who had a tragic love affair with the Muslim Ayesha. Nivin’s career was forever changed by this movie, which was directed by Vineeth Sreenivasan for the second time and cemented his status as “the current youth sensation” and a highly sought-after performer. His reputation as one of the best actors in Malayalam film was cemented by this. Filmmakers like Sathyan Anthikad, Rajesh Pillai, Aashiq Abu, and Shyamaprasad among others sent him proposals.
The multilingual movie Neram was Nivin’s debut in Tamil. In 2013, he also made appearances in the Malayalam flicks 5 Sundarikal and Sunil Ibrahim’s Arikil Oraal. The film, Alphonse Puthren’s directorial debut, won plaudits for its novel approach to the telling of the subject. He portrayed a handsome playboy who was born and bred in London in Shyamaprasad’s play An Autumn in London. He played the part of Ichcha, a café server, in the latter psychological thriller. He played a prominent role in a scene titled “Isha” in Sameer Thahir’s film 5 Sundarikal.
At the Iru Mugan movie’s audio premiere, Nivin, Vikram, and Sivakarthikeyan were there.
It was a coming-of-age sports story about a young athlete named Rameshan that Abrid Shine directed in 1982. He earned the Best Actor prize at the 2014 Kerala State Film Awards for portraying Rameshan in a realistic manner throughout his entire life, from childhood to adulthood.