Official Trailer: Dulquer’s Bollywood debut ‘Karwaan’ is Set to Hit Theatres

Dulquer Salmaan gives you all the right reasons. He’s done plenty of roles in Malayalam and a couple of Tamil films and has surprised the audience every time with his dapper personality and his range of mature acting.

Dulquer Salmaan gives you all the right reasons. He’s done plenty of roles in Malayalam and a couple of Tamil films and has surprised the audience every time with his dapper personality and his range of mature acting.

So, as Dulquer’s Bollywood debut Karwaan is all set to hit theatres, Ranveer Singh, Ranbir Kapoor, Shahid Kapoor, Varun Dhawan and the rest to watch out.

Dulquer’s Karwaan so Far…

Dulquer is a Malayali actor who debuted in 2012 with Second Show and took home the award for the Best Newcomer. He’s Malayalam superstar Mammootty’s son and before he became the star that he is today, Dulquer worked as a business manager. And now, it’s time for another leap.

Dulquer or DQ (as he is fondly called) has never shied away from trying his hand at acting in other languages. He shot with Mani Ratnam for OK Kanmani in Tamil, in which he convincingly played the role of an ambitious game developer who accidentally falls in love with Tara (Nithya Menen).

Dulquer’s recent release, Mahanati, was a Telugu film in which he took on the challenge of portraying the legendary Telugu star Gemini Ganesan. Needless to say, he’s one actor who has made ‘trying out different languages’ his thing now.

Since his debut in 2012, Dulquer is one actor who has been careful with the scripts he’s chosen and at the same time he’s always maintained he’s here to do some memorable roles.

And there’s a reason he takes his opportunities bloody seriously DQ was working a 9 to 5 job in Dubai when he took the risk of becoming an actor.

Dulquer’s Strength Is His ‘Real’ Image

One look at Dulquer’s Instagram account and bam! He’s out there to give you a peek into his real life. Whether it’s his kid, his love for cars or just a personal anecdote. He writes long captions to explain each photo he puts.

In an interview, he also said that he’s been brought up being taught the worth of things around him, which makes him a humbled star and human being. He’s not there to impress you, he’s there to connect.

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And wait, if you thought DQ’s emotional about just that, you’re wrong. Dulquer is one actor who has taken to social media platforms time and again to express his opinion about audience’s reaction.

I Am Not Here to Conquer Something: Dulquer

In an interview with Rajeev Masand recently, Dulquer said he thinks Karwaan is a great opportunity but he’s not here to conquer anything. India has so many languages and that he was waiting for the right script to come along.

All through his career so far, it shows he likes a tailor-made believable script that connects with the audience. In Ustad Hotel, his second film, he played the role of a young boy who wants to be a chef and make it on his own; going against his father’s wishes.

The film has multiple layers and for an actor just a film old, DQ’s performance was engaging and endearing. Even in Bangalore Days, where he played a rebel of sorts from a conservative family, he convincingly switches from being a short-tempered brat to a vulnerable man-child with ease.

Some might think he’s usually played boyish roles, but remember he went on to take the challenge of playing a local slum gang leader in Kammati Padam and did a damn good job of it since it got him the Best Actor Kerala State award that year.

And for all the Dulquer fans out there in the North…rejoice! He’s already signed his next Bollywood project, The Zoya Factor with Sonam Kapoor.

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