Hard work really does pay off, and it’s the seeds you sow reap a harvest of opportunists. That being said there is a degree of luck. One day I was contacted via Facebook through a friend of a friend of a friend, and before I knew it, I was on the way to meet with Amal Neerad, director of the super hit “Big B” starring Mammotty. Little did I know then that I would be ask to return to work in Amal Neerad’s current production with none other than Dulquer Salmaan ;Mammotty”s son. It was a privilege working with Amal, Dulcher and the star cast of “Iyobinte Pusthakam” I can only hope to work with more phenomenal Malayalee actors in future as well, but then again dreams can become reality. So returning to discover more beautiful locations in the countryside of Kerala, is something I relish. Incidentally, you are reading WordPress, so this script can and will change. Going back to The story of “Iyobinte Pusthakam” it began with my character, Harrison, a British prospector who established a tea estate in Kerala. In the process he discovered the feisty Job or Iyobe, who grew to be his right hand man. Years of toil led his English wife to despair and eventually leave him. Years of more despair followed until he discovered his Nilgiris tribal wife. Sadly Harrison didn’t fair any better in that relationship either, but this time he himself was forced to leave. The whys and wherefores of that are something that you will have to discover yourselves by watching the film, so watch the trailer on the homepage to wet your appetite. Iyobinte Pusthakum was a hit in the cinemas and received five state awards. There are excellent performances from all actors, but I do urge you to watched simply for its most stunning cinematography, you’ll enjoy that even like me you speak little or no Malayalam at all.