HomeEntertainmentNna Thaan Case Kodu collects Rs 25 crore in 5 days, Kunchacko...

Nna Thaan Case Kodu collects Rs 25 crore in 5 days, Kunchacko Boban calls it ‘victory of good cinema’- Newslength

Malayalam actor-filmmaker Kunchacko Boban is basking within the industrial success of his newest film Nna Thaan Case Kodu, which implies ‘Sue Me’. He famous that in the course of the prolonged vacation weekend, the movie has raked in Rs 25 crore from its worldwide ticket gross sales, making it successful on the field workplace.

“The Victory of Good Cinema… The victory of People…… A toast to the audience for making ‘Nna thaan case kodu’ their own! Now in 25 Crore clubThank you . ‘Nna thaan case kodu’ In cinemas now!(sic),” wrote Kunchacko on his Instagram web page, whereas sharing the movie’s whole field workplace assortment.

Nna Thaan Case Kodu had created quite a lot of curiosity among the many movie-going viewers, because of Kunchacko’s uninhibited efficiency within the Devadoothar Paadi track. The film opened in cinemas on August 11 to optimistic evaluations from the critics, which helped it acquire momentum in the course of the prolonged Independence Day vacation weekend.

Nna Thaan Case Kodu has introduced the much-needed cheers to the field workplace in Kerala. The movie is performing nicely together with Tovino Thomas‘ Thallumaala, which was launched on August 12. Each the movies are going from power to power throughout Kerala. A lot in order that reportedly the theatres have allowed extra reveals for these films by lowering the display depend for the most recent Bollywood films Laal Singh Chaddha and Raksha Bandhan.

Nna Thaan Case Kodu tells the story of a working-class man’s struggle to revive his dignity in society after he will get wrongly accused in a theft case. “Nna Thaan Case Kodu feels like a spiritual sequel to Mahaveeryar. Both are courtroom dramas that explore the themes of truth, justice and equality. More importantly, they tackle the idea of holding those in power accountable for their actions in a court of law,” wrote Indianexpress.com’s movie critic Manoj Kumar R.



Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

- Advertisment -

Most Popular

Recent Comments