After postponing the release of "Valliyum Thetti Pulliyum Thetti" (also spelled "Valleem Thetti Pulleem Thetti") many times, Malayalam actor Kunchacko Boban's family entertainer is poised to hit the screens in Kerala on Thursday, May 12.

The retro-modern classic movie, directed by debutant Rishi Sivakumar, is one of the most awaited Malayalam flicks after garnering positive response for its colourful posters, trailer, songs and an ensemble cast. 

Here are a few reasons to watch "Valliyum Thetti Pulliyum Thetti:"

Kunchacko Boban

The chocolate hero of the Malayalam film industry has delivered many superhits and his recent comedy entertainers have raised the expectations of the audience from the movies selected by the actor. Therefore, "VTPT" is also expected to perform well at the box office and the look of Kunchacko Boban in the film has already impressed the audience.


The National award-winning child artiste Shalini is making her entry as a heroine in Malayalam. The actress is appearing on-screen after a gap of 18 years. Like her sister Shalini, the 28-year-old will also be seen opposite Kunchacko Boban in her comeback movie. The Kerala audience have been eagerly waiting to see the performance of the actress in the upcoming movie.


The movie is touted to be a retro modern classic entertainer, and it is set in the 1990s. Even though the plot of the movie is unknown, it is expected to be a romantic fun entertainer. 


"VTPT" has an ensemble cast, including Renji Panicker, Manoj K Jayan, Suresh Krishna, Sudheer Karamana, Saiju Kurup and Krishna Sankar in significant roles.  Watch VTPT trailer

Pre-release hype

The colourful and fresh songs of the movie by debutant music composer Sooraj S Kurup have topped the charts. After the release of the visuals of the songs, the expectations are sky hight for the audience from the movie. Even though the movie is the directorial venture of a debutant, it is expected to rock the box office in Kerala upon its release on Thursday. The family entertainer will enjoy a solo release in Kerala, as the makers of Jayaram's "Aadupuliyattam" have postponed the movie's release date to the following week.