Top 5 Movies Of Roshan Mathew You Shouldn’t Miss

Roshan Mathew is a rising star and has the potential to ace difficult roles. When it comes to his acting skills, it is as seamless as possible as he gets into the skin of the characters he plays. He has delivered some stellar performances and definitely deserves more fame and spotlight. For those of you who didn’t know, Roshan never really had solid plans to enter the movie industry. It happened organically because he wanted to make a living out of acting. Here are the top 5 movies of Roshan Mathew movies you shouldn’t miss.


We recently saw the gripping trailer of Kuruthi that has received a good hype even though we’re yet to see what’s in store. Directed by Manu Warrier, this movie stars Prithviraj Sukumaran, Roshan Mathew, Mammukoya, Srindaa, Shine Tom Chacko and Murali Gopy. The story is about survival and revenge, and what unfolds when human instincts are tested. Roshan Mathew plays an important role in the movie. In an interview with The Hindu, he shared, “I heard the story and was blown away. There was nothing in it that made me think twice (to sign) apart from whether I would be able to pull this character off and match up to the rest of the cast in the movie.”

This Onam release will premiere globally on August 11 2021, exclusively on Amazon Prime Video. 

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C U Soon

C U Soon was an experimental movie that left everyone open-mouthed. After all, it was India’s first computer screen film. It was released during the lockdown. The movie, honestly, was difficult to pull off, both technically and acting-wise. Roshan’s performance in this movie was a breath of fresh air. He had commented on how difficult yet satisfactory he felt while acting in the movie. Catch the movie on Amazon Prime Video.

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Choked: Paisa Bolta Hao

Roshan Mathew’s entry into Bollywood with Chocked surprised everyone. He was able to create a good first impression in his B-town debut. The director Anurag Basu had approached Roshan movie on the sets of Moothon. He read the script and said yes to the role. Choked: Paisa Bolta Hai is a Hindi drama film about luck, money, and greed, set against the backdrop of demonetization in 2016. Roshan plays the role of an unemployed, unambitious husband. This movie proved that he is an artist and no language is a barrier for him to showcase his talent. The movie is available on Netflix.


This list would be incomplete if we didn’t mention his role in Moothon. What the audience personally loved about Roshan Mathew in this film is that his character felt so real. He plays a short role in the movie, yet the impact his character Ameer had on us is unbelievable. Moothon is a bi-lingual movie, in Malayalam and Hindi, written and directed by Geetu Mohandas.

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It premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival and received appreciation all over the world. The story is about a young boy who travels to Mumbai to find his elder brother and the hurdles faced by him but also finds support and a family in Ameer (Roshan’s character). The movie is available on Zee5. You should check it out as it is one of the best movies of Roshan Mathew.


The first time we see Roshan starring alongside Prithviraj is in Koode. This Malayalam psychological drama film is directed by Anjali Menon. This film also stars Nazriya and Parvathy Thiruvothu. Koode marks the 100th film of Prithviraj and was an adaptation of the Marathi film, Happy Journey. Roshan plays the role of a poet who comes to know that he has less time to live and goes on to break his relationship to avoid any pain. If you want to see Roshan play a typical Chocolate boy character, then this movie should be on your watch list. It is available to watch on Hotstar.

Let us know in the comments below your favourite movies of Roshan Mathew.

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Aishwarya Gopinath
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