Al Sabith

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Al Sabith
Kerala, India
ResidencePathanamthitta, Kerala
Years active2013–present

Al Sabith is a child actor and TV host associated with the Malayalam film and television industry.[1] He is best known for playing child character Keshu in the Flowers sitcom Uppum Mulakum.[2]


Al Sabith appeared in front of the camera for the first time as an infant at the age of 2, for a Hindu devotional album where he enacted the role of Lord Ayyappan.[3] After being part of few reality and chat shows, he was offered to do the role of Keshu in Uppum Mulakum serial telecasting in Flowers TV.[4]

Al Sabith appeared in various TV awards shows as performer and television commercials for the brands like Asianet broadban, Gold FM, RK Wedding centre, Flowers 94.7 FM, Maple tune and many others.

After the success of Uppum Mulakum, he got numerous offers from film industry. In 2018, he acted in Sathyan Anthikkad’s film Njan Prakashan along with Fahadh Faasil and Sreenivasan.[5]

He will be next seen in Jayaram and Vijay Septhupathi starrer Markoni Mathai.[6][7]

Acting credits[edit]


Year Film Role Director Notes
2018 Njan Prakashan Gopalji's son Sathyan Anthikkad
2019 Marconi Mathai TBA Sajan Kalathil


Year Program Role Channel Notes
2013 Super Kids Himself Kairali TV Kids chat show
2014-2015 Kuttykalavara Himself Flowers TV Reality show
2015–Present Uppum Mulakum Keshu Flowers TV TV Sitcom
2016 Sreekandan Nair Show Himself Flowers TV Talk show
2016 Comedy Super Night Himself Flowers TV Talk show
2016 Comedy Super Night 2 Himself Flowers TV Talk show
2016 Balasuryan Himself Victers TV Chat show
2017 Thenvarikkaa Kuttan YouTube Short film
2017 Thattamitta pennu - - Music album
2018 Seetha Keshu Flowers TV Special Appearance (Episode 412)


Mangalam TV Awards
  • 2017 : Best child artist[8]


  1. ^ "This is the house where 'Uppum Mulakum' lad Kesu lives". OnManorama. Retrieved 6 May 2019.
  2. ^ "Uppum Mulakum completes 500 episodes - Times of India". Retrieved 19 March 2018.
  3. ^ "Malayalam Child Artist Al Sabith". nettv4u. Retrieved 6 May 2019.
  4. ^ "Uppum Mulakum completes 500 episodes - Times of India". The Times of India. Retrieved 6 May 2019.
  5. ^ "All you want to know about #AlSabith". FilmiBeat. Retrieved 6 May 2019.
  6. ^ "മലയാളത്തിലെ മികച്ച നടന്‍ 'ഉപ്പും മുളകിലെ' പയ്യന്‍, ഞെട്ടിച്ച് വിജയ് സേതുപതി". Express Kerala. 18 April 2019. Retrieved 6 May 2019.
  7. ^ "Vijay Sethupathi is all praise for Uppum Mulakum fame Al Sabith, aka Keshu - Times of India". The Times of India. Retrieved 6 May 2019.
  8. ^ "Mangalam Mini screen Awards 2017-Winners List | Rathrimazha Best serial". Vinodadarshan. Retrieved 6 May 2019.

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