Malayalam actor Kunchacko Boban has been appointed as the ambassador of Suchitwa Mission for Alappuzha. Being a native of the town, it seems he is the apt choice to advocate cleanliness and spread the message across to a wide section of the people.
Kunchacko Boban will create awareness about the ill-effects of open defecation and advocate waste management, maintenance of public toilets and so on. It may be mentioned here that the project Swachh Survekshan was initiated in the year 2016 to assess around 500 cities in the country and create awareness about cleanliness.
On the work front, the star is busy with a bunch of project at hand. His last film release was Shikkari Shambhu, which released on January 27 and received positive reviews. Directed by Sugeeth, the film starred Kunchacko Boban and Sshivada in the lead roles with Vishnu Unnikrishnan and Hareesh Kanaran in pivotal roles.
The star is currently busy with Kuttanadan Marpappa, which is in the post-production mode. Directed by Abrid Shine, the film will mark the debut of Kalidas Jayaram, son of film actors Jayaram and Parvathy, in Mollywood. It also has Manju Warrier and Meera Jasmine in significant roles. Besides these films, he also has an untitled Sau Sadananadan film and an untitled Marthandan film.
In his career spanning well over three decades, Kunchacko Boban has won several awards, including the Kerala State Film Award – Special Mention for Ee Snehatheerathu, SIIMA Award for Best Actor in a Negative Role – Malayalam for Seniors, Asianet Film Awards – Youth Icon of the Year for various films in 2014, Special Jury Award for Pullipulikalum Aattinkuttiyum, in 2012, Youth Icon of the Year for various films in 2011 and the Best Star Pair Award with actor Archana Jose Kavi for Mummy & Me in 2010, apart from several other prestigious awards.
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