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Dulquer Salmaan to team up director Anwar Rasheed?

Reportedly Dulquer Salmaan is all set to join hands with Anwar Rasheed for the third time.
by Aravind Peesapati | March 27, 2020 15:03 IST
Dulquer Salmaan to team up director Anwar Rasheed?

Dulquer Salmaan is basking on the success of his latest film, Kannum Kannum Kollaiyadithaal. Currently, the actor is on a signing spree with a handful of films and offers from different language filmmakers. Right now he is working on a travel-based romantic film, titled Vaan, directed by RA Karthik. The film has four female leads namely Priya Bhavani Shankar, Kriti Kharbanda, Kalyani Priyadarshan and Sneha. He has signed a new film with director Rosshan Andrrews. Touted to be a cop tale, Dulquer will appear as a police officer, after Vikramadithyan.

 
Interestingly he signed a Tamil film directed by choreographer Brinda. He is also in talks for Telugu film with Mahanati makers. Reports suggest that the actor will begin working on the project after completing Brinda's Hey Sinamika. Choreographer Brinda's project was supposed to be a Tamil-Telugu bilingual. However, the makers of the film decided to shoot it only in Tamil, due to budget constraints.
 
As per the latest update, the actor is all set to join hands with Anwar Rasheed for a mass entertainer. Anwar and Dulquer have earlier teamed up for Bangalore Days and Ustad Hotel. Anto Joseph will producer this movie under his banner Anto Joseph Film Company. Aishwarya Lekshmi and Manju Warrier are in consideration for the female lead roles. As of now, Nothing got confirmed yet officially. Anwar's most-hyped movie 'Trance', that starred Fahadh and Nazriya in the lead role, was released last month and had opened to mixed reviews. The film didn’t perform well at the box-office too. But Anwar and Dulquer combination was highly successful and anticipation around their new film is naturally high.
 
Also Read: Dulquer Salman to appear as a police officer in Rosshan Andrrews's directorial


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