Cute: Kunchacko Boban Crying when he got Bite from this Child
Kunchacko Boban (born 2 November 1976) is an Indian film actor and producer, who works in Malayalam film industry. He is the grandson of film director and producer Kunchacko, who established the film production studio Udaya Pictures.
Kunchacko Boban made his acting debut in Fazil’s Aniyathipraavu (1997), which turned out to be a blockbuster and made him into an overnight superstar. He became a popular lead star in the late 1990s with successful films such as Mayilpeelikkavu (1998), Nakshatratharattu (1998) and Niram (1999). He continued his success with Priyam (2000) Dhosth (2001), Narendra Makan Jayakanthan Vaka (2001), Swapnakoodu (2003) and Kasthooriman (2003). After a few commercial failures, his career took a setback in the mid-2000s. He made a comeback with Gulumaal (2009), which was well received. Later, he went on to act in successful films such as Mummy & Me (2010), Elsamma Enna Aankutty (2010), Traffic (2011), Seniors (2011), Doctor Love (2011), Ordinary (2012), Mallu Singh (2012), Romans (2013), Pullipulikalum Aattinkuttiyum (2013), How Old Are You? (2014), Madhura Naranga (2015), Jamna Pyari (2015), Kochauvva Paulo Ayyappa Coelho (2016), Take Off (2017), Shikkari Shambhu (2018), Kuttanadan Marpappa (2018) and Panchavarnathatha (2018). Kunchacko Boban was awarded the Special Mention for his performance in Ee Snehatheerathu at the 2004 Kerala State Film Awards.
Kunchacko Boban was born in a Christian Catholic family at Alappuzha, Kerala. He hails from the Maliampurakal family, who are credited with owning the first film studio in Kerala – Udaya Studios. He is the grandson of film producer Kunchacko, who also established Udaya Studios. Kunchacko Boban is also the grandnephew of Navodaya Appachan of the Navodaya Studios. Kunchakko Boban is a relative of Jijo Punnose, also a film director.. His father, Boban Kunchacko was also an actor, director, and producer who was part of a few films produced by Udaya. Kunchacko’s mother Molly is a housewife. He has two younger sisters, Anu and Mini.
Boban Kunchacko later ventured into direction with the films Palattu Kunhikkannan, Sanchari and Aazhi.