Actor Joby bids farewell to his 24-year-long career in government service as a senior manager at KSFE. Colleagues warmly celebrated his retirement.
Throughout his professional journey, Joby maintained an active involvement in the world of art, particularly in mimicry and stage plays. He made his debut in the film industry with the movie "Achuvetante Veedu," directed by Balachandra Menon.
Despite pursuing various opportunities, he sought a government job to secure a stable income. In 1999, Jobi successfully cleared the PSC exam and commenced his service as a junior assistant.
During those initial years, his family relied on the earnings from mimicry and drama performances, even after his marriage. It was only later that Joby aspired for a government job. In recognition of his remarkable performance in "Mannamkattayum Kariyilayum," Joby was honoured with the state government award in 2018.
Expressing gratitude, Joby acknowledges the support of his colleagues, which enabled him to pursue his passion for acting in films. Going forward, he plans to actively engage in the cinema industry while also striving to establish a special school for children facing diverse conditions, including autism.