A few years ago, Kunchako Boban’s career looked like it was hitting a dead end. Starting out as a chocolate boy, he found himself repeating his roles film after film and there were a new crop of heroes who were experimenting with daring, different subjects; the films that bracketed under New-Gen Cinema. Boban found his niche too with films like Ordinary, which was a big box-office success. He has been doing light-hearted comedy dramas post that and is now comfortable in that space.
Valleem Thetti Pulleem Thetti, Boban yet again plays a small town guy and he has veteran actor Manoj K Jayan for company. After forging a winning on-screen combination with Biju Menon, Boban and Jayan look good on screen. The highlight of the film though is the return of Shyamili to Malayalam screens after a gap of 18 years.
Shyamili was famous child actor and won several awards for her cute yet sensitive portrayals. Who can forget her National Award winning performance in Mani Ratnam’s Anjali. The story is set in the 1990’s in a village and discusses the entry of globalization in there in a satirical manner. The film is produced by Faizal Latheef under the banner Achappu Movie Magic story covers the entire portion which shows the growl between two teams in a humorous way.
Though it’s a comedy movie, however we can see the romantic venture between Vinayan with Sreedevi, daughter of Madhavan Nair. The backdrop of a festival and the theatre activities that take place during the time forms the theme of the film. Rishi Sivakumar is the director and visuals are simply stunning. The movie was initially slated to release around Vishu