Allu Ramendran, Virus: 5 Kunchacko Boban dramas to enjoy, this Republic Day weekend
Here are five Kunchacko Boban dramas you can watch to make this long weekend worthwhile.
Actor Kunchacko Boban is one who needs no introduction! Ever since his debut with the superhit romcom Aniyathipraavu in 1997, he has had an absolutely astonishing career with more than 100 films in his bag. Kunchacko is an entertainer and there is never a bad time to watch his movies. With a long weekend around the corner, we suggest you tuck in, grab some popcorn and treat yourself to some good entertaining movies of his to make the weekend worthwhile. Here are five Kunchacko Boban dramas you can binge on.
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Kunchacko Boban’s versatility is widely applauded in the industry and he underlined it yet again with his role in the 2019 thriller drama Allu Ramendran. The movie revolves around police officer Ramendran, played by the actor, who ends up having his jeep’s tyre punctured frequently. This continues to a point where the annoyed officer goes on a rampant mission to find the person behind the act. The angry cop role aced by Kunchacko in this crazy story is a treat for the eyes. The film also stars Chandini Sreedharan, Krishna Shankar, and Sreenath Bhasi.
Diwanjimoola Grand Prix
One for all adventure lovers, Diwanjimoola Grand Prix released in 2018 has Kunchacko Boban donning the role of an IAS officer, who takes up the project of reviving the old Diwanjimoola bike racing track. The hardships he faces and how the success changes the people of Diwanjimoola are what make the rest of the movie. The film that also features Nyla Usha and Vinayakan, sees Kunchacko put forth an appealing act as a tough and ambitious officer.
Kunchacko is known for roles that connect to the common man and Mangalyam Thanthunanena is yet another take on such a plot. The drama released in 2018 features Kunchacko Boban, and Nimisha Sajayan as newlyweds. It revolves around Roy, who gets married while being in a financial crisis with a lot of debt. How the newlywed wife is annoyed by her better half’s careless behaviour amidst struggles, makes up the rest of the film. The film feels relatable to anyone from a middle-class household and starts off an important conversation in society.
Based on the 2018 Nipah virus outbreak in Kerala, this thriller drama sees our favourite star don the role of a virology specialist who is on the mission to find and eradicate the source of the virus. The film revolves around the lives of the people connected directly with the outbreak and how the state put a hold on the spread of the virus. Appearing as an expert scientist, Kunchacko Boban’s performance is nothing less than scintillating. The performance makes for one of the best performances put forth by our favourite actor.
In Thattumpurath Achuthan, we see Kunchacko become Achuthan, a devotee of Lord Krishna, who finds a letter at the temple, seeking help. The blind devotee decides to assist the person come what may after the priest gives his blessings. What follows is a fun run through the attic of a confined society of a village. Kunchacko Boban makes the movie worthwhile with his funny quirks and spot-on comic timing. The movie is sure to give you some honest laughs.
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