Actor Indrans traces his roots, makes masks
Thiruvananthapuram: Mollywood actor Indrans, 63, a hugely popular award winning comedian and character artiste who has donned the grease paint for over 500 films in a career spanning four decades, on Tuesday returned to his erstwhile profession of tailoring and stitched a face mask.
Indrans arrived at the jail complex, here and demonstrated how to stitch mask as part of the Kerala Police's announcement that they would supply half a million masks to the public.
Megastar Mammootty shared the video featuring Indrans making masks at the tailoring unit of Poojappura central Jail. The video has been trending on social media from Tuesday.
Indrans, a tailor by profession, started his stint in the Malyalam film industry as a costume designer, before turning into an actor.
In 2018, he bagged the Kerala State award for the best actor in the film ''Aalorukam''.