Little Izahaak grabs spotlight on Kunchacko's 'Nna Than Case Kodu's FDFS

Kunchacko Boban with family
On seeing his father, Izahaak instantly shifted to his arms. Video stills | YouTube

The Kunchackos joined the cast and crew of the latest Malayalam movie 'Nna Than Case Kodu' to watch the courtroom drama's first-day first show at a theatre in Ernakulam, but it was a three-year-old who floored the fans and the media. 

Though the star of the day was Kunchacko Boban, his son Izahaak stole the show once he reached the theatre with his mom, Priya.

Kunhcako had reached the theatre earlier with some crew members of the much-anticipated film.

From the moment Priya and Izahaak reached the theatre, cameramen jostled to capture his frames.

A video from the venue showed Izahaak, perhaps amused by all the attention showered on him, getting into the dotting arms of his dad as soon as he saw Kunchacko Boban

After watching the film, Priya also took the time to share her first response with vloggers. A beaming Priya told a YT channel, the actor has delivered one of his career-best performances in 'Nna Than Case Kodu'.

"I always wanted to see this shift in the characters Chackochan played and I am extremely happy with his work in this film," Priya told a group of vloggers.

Directed by Ratheesh Balakrishna Poduval of 'Android Kunjappan Version 5.25' fame, 'Nna Than Case Kodu' depicts life in a village with a socially relevant theme.

Incidentally, Kunchacko Boban himself has confessed he declined to take up the lead role in Android Kunjappan, which was then grabbed by Suraj Venjaaramoodu, who won the state award for the best actor for the role.

Kunchako then made amends for this by roping in Poduval to direct 'Nna Than Case Kodu'.

The film produced by Santosh T Kuruvilla under the banner of SDK Frames, is co-produced by Kunchacko Boban himself and Sherin Racheal Santosh. 

'Nna Than Case Kodu' also marks the Malayalam debut of Tamil actress Gayathri Sankar (think 'Super Deluxe' and 'Vikram'). 

The film also has Unnimaya and Basil Joseph apart from a slew of fresh faces.

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