‘The Zoya Factor’ Actor Dulquer Salmaan Turns Producer With This New Film

Dulquer Salmaan was seen in ‘The Zoya Factor’ as cricket captain Nikhil Khode, and the actor is here with his own new production! The film is being helmed by debutant director Anoop Sathyan – the son of reknownked filmmaker Sathyan Anthikad. The actor posted about the film on his Instagram handle. 

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Tentatively titled Production No. 3, Dulquer has just begun shooting for his new film. Dulquer shared a still from the film set on his Instagram handle. “Day One of Anoop Sathyan Directorial debut and Wayfarer Films Production No 3! Super excited,” wrote Dulquer Salmaan in the caption. Wayfarer Films is Dulquer Salmaan’s in-house production banner. The actor had earlier announced the film on Instagram as well –

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Earlier, actress Naziya Nazim was touted to be under consideration for the film, but the role later went to Kalyani Priyadarshan. Veteran actress Urvashi is also part of the film’s cast. Kalyani Priyadarshan had also posted about the same on her Instagram handle, sharing her excitement, saying it was a dream come true to be a part of it.

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In an earlier interview with Goodtimes, Dulquer Salmaan had spoken about having strong familial ties in the industry. The actor is the son of South superstar Mammooty, and he says there is a certain fondness from audiences that comes from the position that he is in. It is not a bad thing, according to him, to have a family connection in the industry.

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. So in certain films like my second film was very family based film. I’m the youngest of 5 kids and I have 4 sisters in the film. So those things kind of endeared me to people’s homes, in some way I am family to them and when I work hard and I’m trying my best they really are encouraging and supportive, so I don’t think it is necessarily a bad thing.

Watch the full interview here-

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