Kunchacko Boban meets PWD minister Riyas; actor says ‘movie makes friends’

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Kunchacko Boban and Minister Riyas. Photo: Instagram/kunchaks

Giving a befitting reply to hate campaign and cyberbullying over the controversial poster of ‘Nna Thaan Case Kodu’, actor Kunchacko Boban visited PWD minister Mohamed Riyas. The actor also met minister VN Vasavan and CPM state secretary MV Govindan.

On Tuesday, the actor took to his social media pages and shared the pics from his meeting with the VIPs.

Chackochan’s caption to the pics was a strong response to all the criticism against his movie ‘Nna Thaan Case Kodu’ which triggered a controversy for featuring the poor condition of Kerala in its poster.

“When you feel at home with the people’s choice…Sharing some moments of enlightenment ,laughter,open politics and camaraderie.With Minister Muhammad Riyas,Sakhavu Govindan Master and family,Minister V.N.Vasavan alongwith Producer Santhoshettan.When a movie breaks barriers and makes Friends!!,” wrote Kunchacko Boban.

In the pics, the actor and minister Riyas were seen sharing a light moment.

‘Nna Thaan Case Kodu’ faced a boycott campaign after CPM loyalists took to social media over its poster which used a humours reference to potholes on Kerala roads. As the issue made headlines, minister Riyas welcomed the criticism and declared that necessary action will be taken to repair the roads and avoid potholes. Reacting to the controversy, Kunchacko Boban and the makers of the movie stated that the movie does not target any political party.
The poster, which led to the war of words in the cyber world, said that there might be potholes on the way to the theatres, but the public should still come and watch the movie.

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