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Whenever Kunchakko Boban had been replaced Naren in Mollywood, it always sounded lucky for Naren. The first of the same incident was for the film 'Classmates' which gave a fresh lease of life to Naren. The role made him immensely popular among family circles and allowed the actor to sing on screen the ever green song 'Ente Khalbile...'. In the recent times in one another incident, Naren was once again called to replace Kunchakko for the movie 'Ayaalum Njaanum Thaamil' which also emerged a good hit

Now the latest is the role in the new movie 'Kammath & Kammath. The role originally set aside for Kunchakko Boban will be now donned by Naren, as the former has got some date problems. Naren will now appear as an Income Tax Officer in the movie, sharing the screen space with Megastar Mammootty and Dileep. The movie directed by Thomson will also feature Dhanush in a cameo.

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