Touted to be a thriller, the film will start rolling from August 1.

Kunchacko Boban to play male lead in Anchaam PathiraDigital Native
Flix Mollywood Thursday, August 01, 2019 - 15:36
Written by  Digital Native

Director Midhun Manuel Thomas’ new film is titled Anchaam Pathira. The film will have Kunchacko Boban playing the male lead and the rest of the star cast includes Sharafudheen, Unnimaya Prasad, Sreenath Bhasi, Remya Nambeesan, Indrans, and Jinu Joseph. Touted to be a thriller, the film will start rolling from August 1. Aashiq Usman is bankrolling the film under his banner. Shyju Khalid will be cranking the camera for Anchaam Pathira with Sushin Shyam has been roped in to compose the tunes. The film is likely to hit the marquee later this year.

Kunchacko Boban had played the title role in Allu Ramendran which hit the marquee earlier this year. Allu Ramendran was a comedy thriller directed by Bilahari. Girish had penned the script in association with Sajin Cherukayil and Vineeth Vasudevan. The film was produced by Ashiq Usman under the banner Ashiq Usman Productions. Shaan Rahman composed the music, Jimshi Khalid had cranked the camera and Lijo Paul edited the film.

The actor’s last outing at the theatres was Virus in which he played an important role. Virus, directed by Aashiq Abu, had a notable line-up of stars in the cast including Asif Ali, Parvathy, Rima Kallingal, Rahman, Remya Nambeesan, and Revathy. The scripting for Virus was done by Mushin Parari, Suhas and Sharfu. National Award-winning cinematographer Rajeev Ravi cranked the camera for this venture with Sushin Shyam composing the tunes and editor Saiju Sreedharan taking charge at the editing table. Aashiq Abu and Rima Kallingal bankrolled it under the banner OPM. This film turned out to be a massive hit.

Kunchacko currently has a slew of films in his kitty which are all untitled including films by Shaheed Kader, Jis Joy, Johnpaul George, Soubin Shahir, and Dijo Jose Antony.

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