Surabhi was awarded “Padmarajan Award 2019” by the Abu Dhabi Samskarika Vedhi & Abu Dhabi Malayalam Samajam. She received the award on Friday, 18 October in a function held at Abu Dhabi, UAE.
04 Oct 2019: It was an image anyone would jump at without a second thought, to ridicule. A man, seemingly drunk, inside Kochi Metro. The public memory might not have forgotten the incident of a tired, deaf and mute Eldo getting dubbed as a drunkard by someone who posted his image online, around the launch of the metro service.
Vikruti is inspired from the incident, with Suraj Venjaramoodu playing Eldo, Nebeesh Benson playing his son Basil and Surabhi Lakshmi cast as his wife Elsy, who is also speech and hearing impaired.
Surabhi Lakshmi has made her maiden directorial entry through a music video project. This project is part of a series named “Pennaal” that has evolved from a women team. “Pennaal’ is the first of its kind in Malayalam Music Series that depicts the 5 stages of woman’s life. Succeeding the widely accepted first song ‘Baalyam’, sung by Shreya Jayadeep, the team has released its second song named ‘Kaumaaram’ (Adolescence).
Kaumaaram got released at 7pm on 26 July 2019 by the leading young actresses Miya, Anu Sithara, Aishwarya Lakshmi, Nimisha Sajayan and Samyuktha Menon in their respective Facebook pages simultaneously. The song is written by Shyla Thomas, music by Gayathri Suresh and sung by Dr. Shani Hafees. The first look poster of the video was released by the young actor Tovino.
From the Pennaal series, Kaumaaram will be soon followed by Yauvvanam (Youth ), Maathruthwam (Motherhood), Vaardhakyam (Old age ) and a bonus Ghazal track. Timesworld and Ayurdha Media House are the production banners. Muzik 24/7 is the Youtube partner.
News18 paid respect to those Malayalis who brought Kerala to the global limelight with their vibrant contributions. The state chief minister Pinarayi Vijayan was conferred the Malayali of the year award, for his distinctive steps in various avenues. Surabhi was picked to be honored as Malayali of the year from the film and drama section. Writer M.T. Vasudevan Nair and actor Madhu were conferred with lifetime achievement awards. Governor P. Sadashivam distributed the title awards to the recipients.
The extraordinary stories and eternal characters born from the pen of legendary Malayalam writer MT Vasudevan Nair took life on stage. Renowned theatre artist, Prasanth Narayanan, paid the perfect tribute to Malayalam’s favorite storyteller through his play ‘Mahasagaram’, which depicted stories written by MT Vasudevan Nair and significant characters from them. ‘Mahasagaram’ was staged on Monday evening at the Tagore Theatre in Thiruvananthapuram. Surabhi essayed the role of legendary warrior and heroine Unniyarcha on stage.
Surabhi received the award for the second Best Actor (Female) for her performance in the movie Minnaminungu. The Kerala Film Critics Association Awards are presented annually by the Kerala Film Critics Association to honour both artistic and technical excellence of professionals in the Malayalam language film industry of India.
The Jury at the All Lights India International Film Festival gave Special Honorable Mention to Surabhi Lakshmi in the film MINNAMINUGU for her heart wrenching portrayal of a mother in distress, willing to sacrifice everything for her daughter. All Lights India International Film Festival (ALIIFF) aims at providing a unique platform for global film industry to portray excellence in film making, aids to inspire, nurture and integrate the Indian Cinema industry thereby facilitating congregation of people and nations.
The much awaited Minnaminungu movie is released in theatres today. Directed by Anil Thomas, Minnaminungu the FireFly is a Malayalam Movie which tells the story of a single mother in Kerala. The movie bagged the Special Jury Mention at the Kerala State Film Awards along with the National Award for the best actress in India. Along with Surabhi Lakshmi, it also stars Prem Prakash and Rabecca Santhosh in main roles.Read more »
Surabhi Lakshmi was accorded a royal reception at her hometown of Narikkuni on Monday, 22 May 2017. The reception committee, comprising local body members and villagers, arranged a fully decked up traditional horse cart to lead the actor to the venue. Unmindful of the sudden showers, hundreds of people thronged the venue and congratulated Surabhi on her achievement.
This website was officially launched on 03 May 2017, by the veteran actor Mohanlal at the Ashok Hotel, Diplomatic Enclave, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi. “I wish the very best and hoping to see the site attracting huge number of visitors. This is a befitting honor for Surabhi”, said Mohanlal after visiting the website. We are so thankful to him to grace this website with his honorable touch.
Surabhi received the National Award from Pranab Mukherjee, the honorable President of India, this evening. She won the award for the Best Actress at the 64th National Film Awards 2016 for her lead role in the movie, ‘Minnaminungu’ (The Firefly). Information and Broadcasting Minister M. Venkaiah Naidu and MoS Col. Rajyavardhan Rathore were also present on the occasion.Read more »