Kunchacko Boban Hindi Dubbed Movies List

Kunchacko Boban Hindi Dubbed Movies List: Indian film actor and producer Kunchacko Boban is the grandson of Kunchacko, the studio’s founder, and is active primarily in the Malayalam film business. After the release of his debut film, 1997’s Aniyathipravu, the actor experienced meteoric stardom. Nakshatratharattu, Dhosth, Gulumaal: The Escape, and Pullipulikalum Aattinkuttiyum are just a few of the numerous well-received films he has directed.

Kunchacko Boban Hindi Dubbed Movies List

Here are list of Kunchacko Boban’s Hindi dubbed movies that everyone needs to see at least once.

Kunchacko Boban Hindi Dubbed Movies List

S. No Movie Name In Malayalam Movie Name In Hindi
1 Valleem Thetti Pulleem Thetti Cinema Babu
2 Bhaiyya Bhaiyya Bhaiyya Bhaiyya
3 Rajamma @ Yahoo Rajamma @ Yahoo
4 Cousins Cousins
5 Traffic Dhadakta Dil
6 Take Off Take Off
7 Varnyathil Aashanka Bunty Chor
8 Anjaam Paathira Police Story (Anjaam Paathira)
9 Nayattu Nayattu

Kunchacko took a vacation from the film industry after a series of flops like Ingane Oru Nilapakshi, Prem Poojari, and Sahayathrikakku Snehapoorvam. The actor got married during his hiatus and didn’t return to acting until 2008, when he made a cameo in a song for Shafi’s LollyPop. The criminal comedy Gulumaal: The Escape, directed by V. K. Prakash and marking his comeback to the screen, was a commercial success and marked his return to the spotlight. The film’s popularity paved the way for a succession of box office hits from him, including Mummy & Me, Sakudumbam Shyamala, Traffic, 3 Kings, and Sevenes, and Doctor Love. In 2011, he took home the trophy for “Youth Icon of the Year” at the Asianet Film Awards.

Following his return, Kunchacko shed his chocolate boy reputation and appeared in roles ranging from comedic to negative to dramatic. He also appeared in Dr. Biju’s film Valiya Chirakulla Pakshikal, which was set in the Northern Kerala villages devastated by Endosulfan. The film was shown at the United Nations and at festivals like the Toronto Film Festival and the New York Indian Film Festival. The film ended up taking home the gold for “Best Film on Environment Conservation/Preservation” at the annual National Film Awards.

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