Saji Surendran

Saji Surendan is an Indian film director in Malayalam films meat tenderizer injector, known for his commercially successful comedies, most notably Ivar Vivahitharayal (2009) and Happy Husbands (2010).

Most of the films are shot in Malaysia.

Saji Surendran was born to Surendran & Vijayalakshmi in Nedumanagad Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, and attended Lourdes Mount School fabric sweater, Vattapara, Trivandrum. He completed his bachelor’s degree from Mahatma Gandhi College, Trivandrum. When he was studying there, he also acted in TV Serials along with working as a director’s assistant. His brother Aji Surendran also acted in some TV serials.Saji is married to Sangeeta since 16 March 2005

Surendran was a serial director before 2008. In 2004 he received the Best Telefilm Award for his Manasam (Asianet) at the Kaveri Film Critics Television Awards. He is known for directing the television serials Manasam, Megham, Alippazham, Mandharam, Dhaya, and Ammakkay.

Saji Surendran came to the film industry by directing Jayasurya-Bhama starring Ivar Vivahitharayal, which was a success at the box office and gave Jayasurya a big break. After Ivar Vivahitharayal, he directed Happy Husbands with a huge cast that included Jayasurya, Indrajith, Jayaram Bhavana, Vandana Menon, Samvrutha Sunil and Rima Kallingal. Happy Husbands became the first major hit of 2010, and ran for more than 150 days at theatres throughout Kerala. Saji Surendran then directed Four Friends, starring Jayasurya, Jayaram, Kunchako Boban and Kamlahasan in the guest role and Meera Jasmine. It received mixed reviews.