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First Look at King Of Kotha: Dulquer Salmaan In His New Rustic Persona Looks Hot

On social media, Dulquer Salmaan unveiled the first look poster for his forthcoming movie King Of Kotha.
by Fitha Fathima | October 02, 2022 17:49 IST
First Look at King Of Kotha: Dulquer Salmaan In His New Rustic Persona Looks Hot

With the success of his most recent films, Sita Ramam and Chup: Revenge of the Artist, Dulquer Salmaan is in a good mood. Thanks to his excellent film choices and several standout performances, the endearing actor has become one of the most in-demand actors in the Indian cinema industry. With the eagerly anticipated upcoming film King Of Kotha, Dulquer Salmaan is now making a comeback in the Malayalam cinema industry. On Saturday, October 1, the actor shared the first look poster for the Abhilash Joshiy-directed film on his social media accounts.

 
Dulquer Salmaan, the movie's star, appears in a never-before-seen avatar in the intriguing first look poster for King Of Kotha. On the poster, the talented actor is ferocious and hardly identifiable in his new gruff appearance. Dulquer posted revealing the first look.
 
“Another first is that we are partnering with zeestudiosofficial in what is their maiden association in the Malayalam Film Industry! This is a film we truly believe in and are pulling all stops to bring to you the best theatrical experience while staying true to its narrative. Stay tuned for further announcements of our Cast & Crew", the actor added, who is also a co-producer of the movie through his own production company, Wayfarer Films.
 
Actress Aishwarya Lekshmi stated she will be playing the female protagonist in Abhilash Joshiy's movie while simultaneously sharing the King Of Kotha first look on her official Instagram profile. Gokul Suresh and Nyla Usha are reportedly playing supporting roles in the Dulquer Salmaan-starring movie. The film, which is billed as a rough action thriller, will be released across all of India in five different languages: Malayalam, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, and Hindi.


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