|Born||6 January 1975|
Rosshan Andrrews was born to Moolakuzhi Nedumparampil Andrews and Burney. He attended St. Aloysious Thrissur and Cochin College, Eranakulam.
Roshan is married to Ancy and the couple has three children: Anjelina, Ryan and Ana Bella.
His first movie was the 2005 Malayalam movie Udayananu Tharam starring Mohanlal and Meena. After the success of this movie, Rosshan Andrrews directed another movie in 2006 named Notebook. This movie had newcomers Mariya Roy, Parvathy, Roma and Skanda Ashok .
|2005||Udayananu Tharam||Sreenivasan||Malayalam||Kerala State Film Award for Best Debut Director|
|2006||Notebook||Bobby-Sanjay||Malayalam||Kerala State Film Award for Second Best Film,|
Filmfare Award for Best Director,
Asianet Film Award for Excellency Director,
Amrita TV Film Award for Best Director,
Jeevan TV Film Award for Best Director
|2009||Evidam Swargamanu||James Albert||Malayalam||Kerala State Film Award for Best Popular Film,|
Mathrubhumi Film Award for Film with Social Commitments
|2014||How Old Are You?||Bobby-Sanjay||Malayalam|
|2015||36 Vayadhinile||Bobby-Sanjay||Tamil||How Old Are You? (Malayalam Remake)|
|2019||Prathi Poovankozhi||Unni R.||Malayalam||Also as an Actor|
|2014||How Old Are You||Story|
Second Unit Director or Assistant DirectorEdit
|1997||Hitler Brothers||Assistant Director as Roshan N. A.|
|1998||Ayal Kadha Ezhuthukayanu||Assistant Director as Roshan|
Television shows as judgeEdit
Rosshan Andrrews is noted for his particular association with certain actors or technicians in his films.
|Films||Mohanlal||Bobby-Sanjay||Gopi Sunder||R. Diwakar||Mahesh Narayanan||Ranjan Abraham||Sreekar Prasad||Binod Pradhan||Nirav Shah|
|Udayananu Tharam (2005)|
|Evidam Swargamanu (2009)|
|Mumbai Police (2013)|
|How Old Are You (2014)|
|Kayamkulam Kochunni (2018)|
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