This 12 months, will probably be a decade since actor Dulquer Salmaan would have made his appearing debut. He had began his profession in 2012 with the Malayalam movie, Second Present. Since then, he has not simply made a mark within the Malayalam business, however in a number of different movie industries throughout the nation as effectively. Now, in a latest interview, Dulquer has revealed that he was initially ‘terrified, insecure and completely unsure’ of his future.
Speaking to Hindustan Instances, Dulquer stated, “I came into the industry literally terrified, insecure and completely unsure of my future. I used to wonder if people would be open to watching me onscreen for two hours. There were so many doubts in my head. I literally took one film at a time, and I stuck to my guns about the kind of things I want to do. I didn’t want to do remakes and sequels. I didn’t even want to do bilinguals at that time because they weren’t working well. If you told me ten years back that I would go on to work in four languages and be recognised and accepted, I wouldn’t have believed you.”
The actor is all set for his look in two projects- R Balki’s subsequent movie and the web-series Weapons and Gulaabs. Speaking about his sporadic appearances, Dulquer says, “I’m humbled that the audience misses seeing me onscreen. I would rather that they miss me than be like, ‘Oh no! Not him again! We just saw him last month. He already had four releases this year. How many more films will we see him in?’ I think being a little exclusive works in my favour.”
Dulquer Salmaan was final seen in Salute. The actor had run into issues after the actor opted for a direct OTT launch. In truth, Kerala theatre homeowners additionally threatened to by no means launch his movies on theatres anymore.