Prithviraj Sukumaran & Nazriya shares birthday wishes to Roshan Mathews

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Roshan Mathews is becoming the star and really taking shape. Roshan is undoubtedly one of those actors who aim it a bit high when it comes to choosing roles in films. Today the actor is celebrating his birthday and the M-Town celebs have begun pouring birthday wishes for the most charming and talented Roshan Mathew.

Prithviraj Sukumaran took to his official Instagram handle to share an image of the birthday boy. Sharing the image, the ‘Gold’ actor wrote a true birthday wish that read, “Happy birthday brother. Roshan Mathew.” Both the actors have shared screen space in the film ‘Kuruthi’.

Nazriya Nazim shared a video of the birthday boy with a silly note that read, “ Happy birthday to my jabaa. Don’t kill me for this.” Roshan Mathew retweeted the wish and expressed, “Haha you are most annoying Nazriya Nazim. Ew!.”

Saniya Iyappan imparted an image to Roshan Mathew through her Instagram story feed and wrote a birthday wish that read, “Happy birthday Roshan Mathew”

Manju Warrier took to her official Instagram handle and imparted a photograph of Roshan Mathew to a note that read, ” Happy birthday Roshan Mathew”

Nivin Pauly who shared the screen space with Roshan Mathew in the Geethu Mohandas’ executive film ‘Moothon’ also shared his birthday wishes for his co-entertainer.Nivin Pauly

Kunchacko Boban also wished Roshan Mathews by taking to his official Instagram handle and Roshan Mathew answered to his desire by saying, “Thank you Mr. Chackoch.”

Roshan Mathew made his acting debut with the Mini Tv series Tanlines. He was seen forward with the film ‘Aanandam’ where he played the person Gautham. Later he showed up in major roles in a few movies, for example, ‘Koode’, ‘Thottappan’, ‘Moothon’, ‘CU Soon’, ‘Kuruthi’ and the as of late released thrill-ride film ‘Night Drive’.

On the work front, the actor has a few exceptionally aggressive tasks inline that incorporate the Vikram starrer ‘Cobra’, ‘Oru Thekkan Thallu Case’, ‘Neelavelicham’, and ‘Chera’.