| Vijay Babu|
| actor, film producer|
Cochin, Kerala, India
| Maya Babu, Subash Chandra Babu|
Vijayalakshmi Suraj, Vinay Babu
Aadu, Nee‑Na, Peruchazhi, Philips and the Monkey Pen, Escape from Uganda
Sandra Thomas, Jayasurya, Lal Jose, Ann Augustine, Sunny Wayne
Vijay Babu Wikipedia
Vijay Babu is an Indian film producer and actor best known for his Malayalam films. He is the co-founder of the film production company, Friday Film House, along with actress Sandra Thomas.
Vijay is known for producing and starring in films such as Philips and the Monkey Pen (2013), Peruchazhi (2014), Aadu (2015), and most recently Mudhugauv (2016). In 2014, he won the Kerala State Film Award for Best Children's Film (as producer) for his production firm along with Sandra Thomas] for Philips & The Monkey Pen.
Vijay started his media career at STAR India in Mumbai. In 2002, he was selected as the "Best Employee" of STAR TV. Later in the same year, he quit his job to venture as an entrepreneur in Dubai. After a few years of successful venture in entrepreneurship, he joined as the COO of Asianet and Sitara TV in Hyderabad. In 2009, Vijay came back to Kerala as the Vice President of Surya TV.
Vijay babu is married to Smitha, a Dubai based employee. The couple has a son named Bharath.
In 2013, he quit his media career and joined Malayalam film industry as an actor and producer.
Babu is the co-founder and CEO of Friday Film House, a Kerala-based film production company which he owns along with his film industry colleague and friend Sandra Thomas. Friday Film house won 7 of the Kerala state film awards in various fields in 2014. Though the company is established after the success of film Friday, hence the movie is considered as the first production venture of Friday Film House.
Vijay is best known for the roles in Philips and the Monkey Pen and Nee-Na; and also as the producer of Philips and the Monkey Pen, Peruchazhi and Aadu. His role as Vinay Paniker in Nee-Na received appreciation from critics.Kerala State Film Awards
2014 – Best Children's Film for Philips and the Monkey Pen