It's lesson time for Izahaak Kunchacko Boban!

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It was a much celebrated news when actor Kunchacko Boban and Priya had their baby in April, 14 years after their wedding in 2005. And Kunchacko Boban has been in a jouful mood sharing each moments of his little one to his followers.

Well, looks like the cutie pie is growing up fast and Kunchacko is watching him carefully, suggests his latest post on social media. The actor, on Thursday shared a photo where baby Izahaak is seen crawling on floor. Looks like, dad Kunchacko has even customised the flooring for his baby and we just adore the pic.

“Swimming...lessons started!!” (sic.), he captioned the pic.

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Swimming 🏊🏼 lessons started!!!🏁

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Netizens have wished the little one and flooded the actor’s Facebook page with wishes.

After christening the baby Izahaak at a function in Kochi in June, Kunchacko had posted on Facebook: “Thank you everyone for all the Love, prayers, wishes n blessings showered on our family on Izza baby’s baptism day. Humbled by the affection and care ! (sic).”

Meanwhile, on the workfront, Kunchacko Boban is working on Midhun Manuel's 'Anjaam Pathiraa' which also stars Sharaf U Dheen, Indrans and Remya Nambeesan among others. 

He has also bagged Martin Prakkat's next movie which also has Joju George along with him. The untitled film is scripted by Shahi Kabir of Joseph fame.

Besides, Kunchacko Boban’s 'Pada' has been wrapped up which also stars Vinayakan, Joju George and Dileesh Pothan in the main roles. It is a Kamal KM directorial, which is bankrolled by E4 Entertainments. 

Looks like the actor is on a roll as he has a slew of films with directors Shaheed Kader, Jis Joy, Johnpaul George, Soubin Shahir and Dijo Jose Antony film.

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