The young heart-throbs of M-Town, Kunchacko Boban and Asif Ali, are now set for their third film together, after "Traffic" and "Ordinary".
The yet-to-be-titled film, directed by debutant Raghuram Varma and penned by Sindhuraj, is touted as a romantic comedy entertainer. The actors play siblings, whose parents died when they were children, according to reports.
The duo's first film, "Traffic", apparently marked the beginning of the so-called new generation era. Both had shared commendable screen rapport in the thriller film and had kept the audience engaged with their dynamics.
In "Ordinary", Kunchacko Boban donned the role of an innocent KSRTC bus conductor while Asif Ali played the antagonist. The film received an overwhelming response from the audience.
Since the duo's last two outings were successful, the audience are now expecting another big hit from them. The shooting of the upcoming movie expected to kick start by April 2015 and will be completely shot in Kozhikode.
Currently, Kunchacko Boban is shooting for Santhosh Vishwanathan directorial "Chirakodinja Kinavukal". The film also has Rima Kallingal in the lead. The actor has also signed another film with Biju Menon, which will be directed by Sugeeth. He is also awaiting the release of a romcom, "Cousins", in December.
Asif Ali too has a series of films, lined up for release, including Manoj Paladan's "Driver on Duty" and Benny K Joseph's "Mylanchi Monchulla Veedu". The actor is currently shooting for "Double Barrel" directed by Lijo Jose Pellissery and has signed "Adventures of Omanakuttan", directed by Rohit besides an untitled film by VK Prakash.