Dulquer Salmaan: we don’t take my stardom and success seriously
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Dulquer Salmaan has turn a prohibited subject of Bollywood these days. After Prabhas stole hearts with his onscreen aura in a magnum opus ‘Baahubali’, it is Dulquer who is prepping adult to showcase his talent to his Hindi vocalization lovers. The actor, who has been sharpened for his Bollywood entrance patrician ‘Karwan’, has wrapped adult a film with Irrfan Khan. The news was common by a heading lady of a film, Mithila Palkar, who is already an internet sensation.
Mithila common a lovable selfie with a dual stars and wrote, “Official film hang jubilee tha, how could we not have dragged these dual into a selfie? Thank we for being awesome, we two! #Karwaan”
Reports advise that a film is formed on a highway outing that traces a story of dual doubtful friends. The actors have trafficked opposite Ooty and Kochi for a month-long schedule.
While Irrfan is prepping adult for a promotions of his subsequent patrician ‘Qarib Qarid Singlle’, that outlines a entrance of Malayalam actor Parvathy, Dulquer final seemed in Bejoy Nambiar’s ‘Solo’, that did good during a box office.
Dulquer has a outrageous fan following down south. However, he says zero of it matters as fans would eventually go divided if he starts giving bad performances.
“Honestly, we do not take my stardom seriously, usually work. we know my fans adore me since of my work. Yes, if they are my fans, they will come to watch me in theatres even if a film is not so good…But if we am invariably delivering bad films, no one will come to watch me,” pronounced a actor during an event.
— Mithila Palkar (@mipalkar) October 23, 2017
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— Rohini Ramnathan (@rotalks) October 22, 2017
‘Karwan’ also outlines a directorial entrance of ‘Humshakals’ and ‘Krrish 3’ screenwriter Akarsh Khurana. He has reportedly co-written a book with a discourse author of ‘Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani’ and ‘2 States’, Hussain Dalal.