Malayalam performer Dulquer Salmaan has various energizing undertakings up his sleeve this year.
Known for his fruitful movies like O Kaadhal Kanmani, Bangalore Days and Kammatipaadam, the performing artist has now stowed his second Hindi film.
Dulquer is getting on board the on-screen adjustment of the fiercely famous 2008 novel called The Zoya Factor by Anuja Chauhan, likewise featuring Sonam Kapoor. The official declaration is yet to be made by the generation group.
The film will be founded on a young lady who turns into the Indian Cricket Team’s four leaf clover for the 2010 Cricket World Cup and thus, is shot into acclaim.
The rights for The Zoya Factor alongside Chauhan’s another novel, Battle for Bittora were purchased by Sonam Kapoor before. In August a year ago, the performer took to Twitter to affirm her contribution in the on-screen adjustment of The Zoya Factor.
It was declared before that Dulquer will act in Anurag Kashyap’s Manmarziyan.
As indicated by late reports, in any case, Abhishek Bachchan has supplanted Dulquer Salmaan as the lead in Manmarziyan. This film denotes Abhishek’s rebound after a short rest of two years. Manmarziyan will likewise star Taapsee Pannu and Vicky Kaushal in critical parts.
Dulquer’s Bollywood make a big appearance movie Karwan coordinated by Akash Khurana will soon hit the screens. Having composed a few effective screenplays, this movie will be Akash’s first directorial wander.
Karwan has Dulquer playing the lead alongside Irrfan Khan, Kriti Kharbanda and Mithila Palkar in the supporting parts.
Dulquer’s last bilingual film Solo did not do as such well in the movies. The on-screen character is right now taping his trilingual film, Mahanati, which is a historical show in light of the life of south Indian performing artist, Savitri.