Malayalam cinema is creating waves across the world, and the recent premiere of ‘Moothon’ at the Toronto International Film Festival is testimony to that. If reports are to be believed, Sobhita Dhulipala and Dulquer Salmaan may be working together for the first time in the Malayalam film ‘Kurup’.
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The film Kurup is rumouredly based on the famous Chacko murder case that happened in Kerala 35 years ago. It is being helmed by Srinath Rajendran, and also stars Indrajith Sukumaran, Shine Tom Chacko and Krrish in pivotal roles. Directed Srinath had written about the film going on floors on his Facebook handle, “Grateful to the almighty for this day, on which we announce the good news that Kurup goes on floors from today. We took around 5 years of our sweet time working on this epic and I, personally, thank Dulquer Salmaan for being with us throughout this journey.” Sobhita Dhulipala had also confirmed her part in the film with an Instagram story, saying, “So this is happening.”
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Coincidentally, Sobhita Dhulipala had made her debut in films with a Malayalam film Kelkunnudo. She was also seen in a pivotal role in Moothon, starring Nivin Pauly which recently premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival. Sobhita Dhulipala’s role in the Amazon Prime series Made In Heaven was also widely appreciated.
Dulquer Salmaan, meanwhile, is all set to make his debut in Bollywood with the upcoming film The Zoya Factor alongside Sonam Kapoor. The actor will play the role of cricket captain Nikhil Khoda in the film, which is based on the book by Anuja Chauhan. The film releases on September 20.
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Dulquer Salmaan is south superstar Mammootty’s son, and the actor talked about it in an interview with Goodtimes. “End of the day, I’m sure there’s a certain fondness for me that comes from being from my family and my father’s son,” said Dulquer.
Watch the full interview here –