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Dulquer Salmaan to work next with R Balki? – Times of India

As per reports, Malayalam actor Dulquer Salmaan has bagged his next Bollywood film, after the 2019 project ‘Zoya Factor’ with Sonam Kapoor and ‘Karwaan’ with Irrfan Khan.’

Dulquer’s third Hindi film is apparently with renowned director R Balki, who has previously made movies like ‘Cheeni Kum,’ ‘Paa,’ ‘Shamitabh,’ ‘Ki and Ka’ and ‘Pad Man.’

We hear that the project is expected to be a thriller. If it materialises, the film would be the first collaboration of Balki and Dulquer, and the movie is expected to go on floors in the next few months.

If reports are to be believed, Balki had been planning a thriller film for a while now and during the lockdown, he is said to have got time to work further on the idea. Once the screenplay was ready, the filmmaker apparently felt that Dulquer Salmaan would be the right choice for the protagonist in his story. We also hear that the team has started the post production works of the project. The movie is said to have numerous mysterious characters, and the team might make an announcement about the shoot soon.

Meanwhile, Dulquer also has some interesting projects coming up in Malayalam. The shoot of his first film with Rosshan Andrrews will begin by the end of this month, and his second film with Sreenath Rajendran, who had directed Dulquer’s debut movie ‘Second Show,’ will soon be released in five languages. The movie, titled ‘Kurup’ is about India’s longest wanted fugitive, and it is based on the life of the infamous fugitive Sukumara Kurup.

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