Alberrt Antoni

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Born Agra, Uttar Pradesh, India
Other names Albert
Occupation Filmmaker
Years active 2017
Awards See Awards section

Albert is an Indian film director. His debut film as a director is critically acclaimed Kanne Madanguka (2005). He is the director of Nairsan, a forthcoming Indo-Japanese historical film,[1] based on the legendary Indian freedom fighter A. M. Nair, popularly known as Nairsan in Japan, with the rare combination of Jackie Chan, Mohanlal and A. R. Rahman.


Albert is now in Mudavanmugal, Trivandrum, Kerala, and he was born in Agra, Uttar Pradesh. Albert native and did his schooling in Marthandam and took his bachelor's degree from University, Hyderabad and from the Govt. Film Institute of Chennai.

Albert's debut film Kanne Madanguka (2005) was selected for Indian Panorama 2005 screened at the International Film Festival of India, Goa(2005) and other overseas film festivals 2005 - 2006. It won three Kerala State Film Awards for Best actress, Best child artiste and Best processing.[2]

Albert is the man behind Nairsan. Having identified the story and having invested a lot of his time and money in research, rights and backing, he is now raring to see the project go on the floors. It has a rare combination of Mohanlal, Jackie Chan and the Academy Award winner A. R. Rahman. Japan, Mongolia and India are the main locations of this huge budgeted project.

His high-points of the film were winning the Aravindan Puraskaram Best debut Director award in 2005, Padmarajan Special Jury Award for best director (2006) and John Abraham special jury award (2005). His passion and vision on Nairsan is complemented by his tremendous urge to be open and discover new eras on the subject and to create a truly international class Asian film, spanning many cultures, languages and religions.

Now he is in the post production work for his new project titled Vaadamalli. New faces are doing the central characters.[3]


Film Year Screenwriter Cast Language Music Remarks
Kanne Madanguka 2005 Alberrt Antoni Murali, Navya Nair Malayalam Jayan Pisharady Won three State Awards 2005; Aravindan Puraskaram 2005; Padmarajan Special Jury Award - 2005; John Abhraham Special Jury Award 2005; Selected for Indian Panorama 2005; Screened at IFFI Goa 2005
Vaadamalli 2011 Rajesh Varma, Rahul Madhav, Richa Panai, Ramesh Raveendran, Niji Mary, Pradeep Chandran, Jyothy Malayalam Shyam Asianet Film Awards for Best Newcomer - Richa Panai



Aravindan Puraskaram

Padmarajan Special Jury Award

John Abraham Special Jury Award


  1. ^ "Jackie Chan and Mohanlal in a Japanese film - Bollywood Movie News". IndiaGlitz. Retrieved 2012-01-29. 
  2. ^ Vijay, George (24 February 2006). "Hard-won success". The Hindu. Archived from the original on 28 August 2016. Retrieved 28 August 2016. 
  3. ^ "Movies | News". Manorama Online. Retrieved 2012-01-29. 

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