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Full Name Kunchacko Boban
Date of Birth 2 November 1976
Age 47 Years Old
Place of Birth Alappuzha, Kerala
Nationality Indian
Religion Christianity
Profession Actor, Producer


Father Boban Kunchacko
Mother Molly Kunchacko
Brother Not Known
Sister Mini Kunchacko
Anu Kuchako
Relationships Priya Ann Samuel
Spouse Priya Ann Samuel (m. 2005)
Kids Izahaak Boban Kunchacko

Physical Measurements

Height 5 feet 7 Inches
Weight Not Known
Hair Color Black
Eye Color Black
Body Measurements Not Known


School Not Known
College St. Berchmans College in Changanassery, Kerala
Dharma College in Alappuzha, Kerala
Qualification B.Com

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Known by his stage name Chackochan, Kunchacko Boban entered the Malayalam cinema industry through the talented director Fazil. In 1997, he debuted alongside Shalini in the movie “Aniathipravu.” At the time, it was the highest-grossing Malayalam film, directed by Fazil. The way Kunchacko portrayed the main character, Sudhi, was favorably accepted, particularly by families and younger people. In the Malayalam cinema business, Kunchacko Boban and Shalini’s combination was regarded as one of the best.

Kunchacko featured in a number of successful movies after “Aniathipravu” became popular, such as “Nakshathrathaarattu” and “Mayilpeelikkavu” in 1998 and “Niram” in 1999. The songs from “Niram,” one of the highest-grossing movies of 1999, are still in demand. In “Harikrishnans,” he collaborated with director Fazil once again and had a brief appearance. The highest-grossing Malayalam movie of the year, it also heralded the reunion of actors Mohanlal and Mammootty after nine years apart.

Commercially successful movies like “Priyam” (2000), “Sathyam Sivam Sundaram” (2000), “Dosth” (2001), “Narendran Makan Jayakanthan Vaka” (2001), and “Kalyanaraman” (2002) helped Kunchacko maintain his success. He took a hiatus from making movies in 2005 after getting married.

2008 saw his comeback to the film business with a cameo in the song “Twenty:20,” and he went on to feature in Shafi’s “LollyPop.” 2009 saw his true return with the V. K. Prakash-directed comedy film “Gulumal: The Escape.” His on-screen persona underwent a dramatic change after this movie, which was followed by a string of hit movies.

2010 saw Kunchacko in leading parts in three commercially successful films: Lal Jose’s “Elsamma Enna Aankutty,” “Sakudumbam Shyamala,” and Jeethu Joseph’s “Mummy & Me.” Special recognition was given to his performance in “Elsamma Enna Aankutty.”

He appeared in the critically acclaimed road thriller “Traffic” in 2011, which contributed to the New Generation trend in Malayalam film. In the commercially successful film “Seniors,” he also had a negative character. For this portrayal, he won the SIIMA Award for Best Actor in a Negative character. He also won the Asianet Film Awards’ Youth Icon category for the movies “Three Kings,” “Sevens,” and “Doctor Love” that year.

Kunchacko made appearances in the 2012 films “Spanish Masala,” “Ordinary,” and “Mallu Singh.” He had a long-lasting antagonistic role in “Spanish Masala.” Both “Ordinary” and “Mallu Singh” achieved significant commercial success.

With the smash hit comic thriller “Romans,” he kicked off 2013. The commercially successful movies “3 Dots,” “God for Sale: Bhakthi Prasthanam,” “Kadhaveedu,” “Vishudhan,” and “Pullipulikalum Aattinkuttiyum” were among the others released that year. He received praise from critics for his roles in the films God for Sale: Bhakthi Prasthanam, Vissudhan, Kadhaveedu, How Old Are You (2014), Madhura Naranga (2015), Valiya Chirakulla Pakshikal (2015), and Vettah (2016).

Dr. Biju’s film “Valiya Chirakulla Pakshikal” opened our eyes to the impacts of endosulfan in the communities of Northern Kerala. The movie won the national prize for Best Environmental Preservation Film after being presented at the UN and chosen for a number of esteemed film festivals.

In 2016, Kunchacko brought back to life the venerable Malayalam production company Udaya Pictures, making his producer debut with “Kochauvva Paulo Ayyappa Coelho.”

His performances in “Take Off,” “Ramante Eden Thottam,” and “Varnyathil Aashanka” in 2017 brought him multiple awards for his nuanced and adaptable acting. “Take Off” won multiple prizes in regional, national, and worldwide contests. He took home the Best Actor Critics Award from the Asianet Film Awards and the Vanitha Film Awards’ Family Hero category. The 20th anniversary of his “Aniyathipravu” debut was commemorated in this movie.

2018 saw Kunchacko start off strong with hits including “Panchavarnathatha,” “Kuttanadan Marpappa,” and “Shikkari Shambhu.” He starred in “Johny Johny Yes Appa” and “Mangalyam Thanthunanena” later that year. The song “Thattumpurath Achuthan” by Lal Jose was his last release of 2018.

He starred in the medical thriller “Virus” and the comedy-thriller “Allu Ramendran” in 2019. Both movies were box office hits, and he was praised for both of his performances. He portrayed the lead role of Anwar Hussain in the criminal thriller “Anjaam Pathiraa,” which was his first release of 2020. With overwhelmingly good reviews, the movie became the first Malayalam movie industry blockbuster of 2020.

Kunchacko began his career in 2021 with three films: the highly praised “Nayattu,” as well as the OTT releases “Nizhal” and “Mohan Kumar Fans.” The way that “Mohan Kumar Fans” combined humor and poignant drama won accolades. “Bheemante Vazhi,” which he premiered in theaters and subsequently on Amazon Prime Video, marked the end of 2021.

He starred in the political social thriller “Pada” in 2022. He also appeared in the highly praised films “Ariyippu” and “Nna Thaan Case Kodu” after that. He appeared in the multistarrer “2018,” which was based on the floods in Kerala, in 2023.

People Also Ask

Q1. How old is Kunchacko Boban ?

Ans. Kunchacko Boban was born on 2 November 1976 in Alappuzha, Kerala. As of 2024, she is 47 years old.

Q2. What is Kunchacko Boban height ?

Ans. Kunchacko Boban stands tall at 5 feet 7 Inches

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