Kunchacko Boban and Sidhartha Siva's upcoming movie "Kochavva Paulo Ayyappa Coelho" marks the comeback of Udaya Studios, which is one of the oldest film production companies in Malayalam. Days after the makers released the first-look poster of the upcoming movie, it has got international recognition with Brazilian novelist Paulo Coelho sharing it on his Twitter page.
Paulo Coelho, who is known all over the world for his novel "The Alchemist," shared a news article with the caption "Kochavva Paulo Ayyappa Coelho First Look Poster Is Out!" on the micro-blogging site on Thursday, July 28. Netizens were quick to take its screenshot and make the post viral on social media.
"Its the Act of God..... the master,Paulo Coelho himself shares the first look poster of "KOCHAUVVA PAULO AYYAPPA COELHO" in his Twitter page... Whether accidental or coincidental or unintentional,this means the world to us...The entire cast and crew of KPAC and the Udaya family is over-whelmed and humbled by this kind gesture....The film narrates the story of a village guy called Kochauvva and a kid called Ayyappadas whose life is inspired by the novel Alchemist.
Once again ,a ton of thanks from the bottom of our hearts....God bless [sic]," Kunchacko Boban wrote on his Facebook page.
"The great man shares in his Twitter account," actor Aju Varghese wrote on Facebook while sharing the screenshot of the novelist's tweet. "GOOD LORD! Paulo Coelho just shared our first look poster [sic]," Shaan Rahman, who has composed the music for the upcoming movie, wrote on his social media page.
The first-look poster of "Kochavva Paulo Ayyappa Coelho" features Kunchacko and actor Sudheesh's son Rudraksh, who is making his acting debut as a child artiste in the movie. The film will narrate the life of two people who are inspired by the world famous book, which has been translated into 80 languages. The upcoming family entertainer is scheduled to hit screens as an Onam release in September and also stars Nedumudi Venu, Mukesh, Sudheesh and Suraj Venjarumoodu in significant roles.