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|Born||22 September 1987|
Unnikrishnan "Unni" Mukundan is an Indian film actor known for his work in Malayalam cinema. He made his debut with the Tamil film, Seedan (2011), which was the remake of Nandanam (2002). He is known for films such as Bombay March 12 (2011), Mallu Singh (2012), Vikramadithyan (2014), KL10 Pathu (2015), Style (2016), Oru Murai Vandh Parthaya (2016), and Telugu film, Janatha Garage (2016).
Unni Mukundan was born in Thrissur, on September 22, 1987 as the son of Mukundan and Roji. He has an elder sister also. Even though he is a Keralite by birth, he was brought up in Gujarat.
In 2011, Unni made his film debut in Tamil film Seedan, a remake of the Malayalam film Nandanam. Unni entered the Malayalam film industry through Bombay March 12 alongside Mammootty, directed by Babu Janardhanan. He played a supporting role in Thalsamayam Oru Penkutty, directed by T. K. Rajeev Kumar.
|Denotes films that have not yet been released|
|2011||Seedan||Mano Ramalingam||Subramaniam Siva||Tamil|
|2011||Bombay March 12||Shahjahan||Babu Janardhanan||Malayalam||Asianet Film Award for Best Debut Actor
SIIMA Award for Best Debut Actor - Malayalam
|2011||Bangkok Summer||Madhavan||Pramod Pappan||Malayalam|
|2012||Thalsamayam Oru Penkutty||Suryan||T. K. Rajeev Kumar||Malayalam|
|2012||I Love Me||Savy||B. Unnikrishnan||Malayalam|
|2012||The Hit List||Bala||Malayalam|
|2013||Ithu Pathiramanal||Eldho||M. Padmakumar||Malayalam|
|2013||D Company (Gangs of Vadakkumnathan segment)||Sarath||Diphan||Malayalam|
|2014||The Last Supper||Alby||Vinil||Malayalam|
|2014||Vikramadithyan||Vikram Shenoy||Lal Jose||Malayalam|
|2015||Samrajyam II: Son of Alexander||Jordan||Perarasu||Malayalam|
|2015||KL 10 Patthu||Ahmad||Muhsin Parari||Malayalam|
|2016||Oru Murai Vanthu Parthaya||Prakashan||Sajan K Mathew||Malayalam|
|2016||Janatha Garage||Raghava Sathyam||Koratala Siva||Telugu|
|2017||Achayans||Tony Vavachan||Kannan Thamarakulam||Malayalam|
|2017||Avarude Raavukal||Siddharth||Shanil Muhammed||Malayalam||Post production|
|2017||Bhagmati||Shakti||G. Ashok||Telugu||Pre production|
|2017||Untitled Ajai vasudev-Mammootty film||Ajai Vasudev||Malayalam||Announced|
|2017||Untitled Sethu - Mammootty Film||Not known||Sethu||Malayalam|
|2011||Asianet Film Awards||Best New Face of the year||Bombay March 12|
|Asiavision Movie Awards||Best New Face of the year|
|Vanitha Film Awards||Best New Face|
|Jaihind TV film Awards||Best New Comer of the year|
|Amritha TV film Awards||Best Debut actor|
|South Indian International Movie Awards||Best Debut Actor (Malayalam)|
- "Unni Mukundan joins college". The Times of India. Retrieved 6 September 2015.
- "കൊതിച്ചതും വിധിച്ചതും , Interview - Mathrubhumi Movies". mathrubhumi.com. Retrieved 6 September 2015.
- Sidhardhan, Sanjith (1 November 2011). "Unni Mukundan is determined to make it big". The Times of India. Archived from the original on 8 November 2011. Retrieved 8 November 2011.
- Sudhish, Navamy (13 October 2011). "Game to fame: Unni Mukundan". The New Indian Express. Archived from the original on 8 November 2011. Retrieved 8 November 2011.
- "Unni Mukundan in Talsamayam Oru Pattikutti". City Journal. 1 October 2011. Archived from the original on 8 November 2011. Retrieved 8 November 2011.