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|Born||Jishnu Raghavan Alingkil
Kannur, Kerala, India
|Occupation||Film actor, engineer|
|Years active||2002 – present|
|Relatives||Raghavan (Father), Shobha|
Jishnu Raghavan Alingkil, known mononymously as Jishnu, is an Indian film actor who appears in Malayalam films. Having appeared as a child artist in the movie Kilipatt in the year 1984, Jishnu made his film debut in a leading role in the blockbuster movie Nammal in 2002. His performance in the film earned him Mathrubhumi Award and Kerala Film Critics Award for the Best Male Debut. He followed it with leading roles in Choonda, Freedom, Parayam and supporting part in Nerariyan CBI, Pauran and Chakkara Muthu.
Following through with some unnoticed movies he took a break from the film Industry to work for developing information technology in the rural areas. Then he returned to filmdom through the superhhit film Ordinary following which he did Nidra, Ustad Hotel, Banking Hours 10 to 4, Annum Innum Ennum and Rebbecca Uthup Kizhakemala.
Jishnu was born in Kannur to Malayalam film actor Raghavan and Sobha. He did most of his schooling in Madras (now Chennai). He also studied in Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, Trivandrum. Jishnu had achieved best student award in his school days and joined NIT Calicut to do his B.Tech in Mechanical Engineering.
|3||2003||Valathottu Thirinjal Nalamathe Veedu||Aji||Malayalam|
|14||2012||Banking Hours 10 to 4||Commando Avinash Sekhar||Malayalam|
|15||2013||Annum Innum Ennum||Sridhar||Malayalam|
|17||2013||Rebecca Uthup Kizhakemala||Kuruvila||Malayalam|
- Sanjith Sidhardhan (2013-01-10). "Jishnu is excited about Annum Innum Ennum". The Times of India. Retrieved 2013-09-15.