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Kunchacko Boban turns producer of Nna Thaan Case Kodu, unveils new poster featuring Gayathrie Shankar

The movie, helmed by Ratheesh Balakrishnan Poduval, is touted to be a court drama revolving around a socially relevant tale

Kunchacko Boban turns producer of Nna Thaan Case Kodu, unveils new poster featuring Gayathrie Shankar
Kunchacko Boban and Gayathrie Shankar in the poster of Nna Thaan Case Kodu
  • Sanjith Sidhardhan

Last Updated: 05.23 AM, Apr 27, 2022

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Kunchacko Boban was excited about his role in Ratheesh Balakrishnan Poduval’s Nna Thaan Case Kodu when he spoke to OTTplay in March. But it seems that there was also another reason for that. The Nayattu actor took to his social media page on Wednesday to announce that he will also be co-producing the movie under the banner of Udaya Pictures and Kunchacko Boban productions.

Stating that he was always excited about the film since he heard its narration, he wrote, “After almost 60 days of shooting, here I am not only as an actor but also as the co-producer of the movie.”

Kunchacko also shared a new poster of the film that has him in an older get-up along with Tamil actress Gayathrie Shankar, who plays the female protagonist Devi. The upcoming release will also mark the Mollywood debut of the actress, who has been part of films such as Naduvula Konjam Pakkatha Kaanom, Super Deluxe and Seethakaathi.

Nna Thaan Case Kodu is a courtroom drama with a social issue, its filmmaker Ratheesh had earlier told us. Majority of the movie is shot inside a court, and the crux of the film is about Kunchacko’s character Kozhummal Rajeevan taking a small issue to court and fighting his case.

The movie also has several brilliant talents as part of the crew including Sherni cinematographer Rakesh Haridas and Manoj Kannoth as its editor. Apart from Kunchacko and Gayathrie, Rajesh Madhavan, Vinay Forrt, Saiju Kurup and Jaffer Idukki also play pivotal characters in the movie.

Kunchacko, in an earlier interview with us, had said that the film will have him in a never-seen-before get-up, speaking a new dialect. “The film is made in sync sound and so there’s no margin for error,” he said, adding that while the movie handles social issues, it is told through emotions and humour.