Dulquer Salmaan excited about anthology drama Solo

I won’t count ‘David’ because it was half dubbed and half shot as a bilingual. ‘Solo’ has great visuals, great music and I am very lucky to be a part of this project,” he added. Top News
Jobs, facts and fictionBollywood actor Inder Kumar passes awayCharlie Gard, 'beautiful little boy' at heart of dispute, diesActor Dulquer Salmaan today said that his Tamil-Malayalam romantic thriller Solo was a hard film to make. Nambiar said “Solo” is his sincere effort to make a mark in Tamil and Malayalam film industries. They give us the courage to do content-rich stories,” Dulquer told reporters here at the first look launch the movie. So as long as he’s here, my movies are safe,” Dulquer said. Making an anthology series is not a simple task. “‘Solo’ is a very courageous film. Veteran filmmaker Mani Ratnam was also present at the event. “He launched the audio for my Tamil debut ‘Vaayai Moodi Pesavum’, he was the captain of the ship for ‘OK Kanmani’ andfor this film, he is here again. I just think I ‘m fortunate to have that level of access and relationship with him.” Ratnam said he liked the first glimpse teaser and was looking forward to see the film. 2017-07-28T20:04:12+00:00″>
Published:July 28, 2017 8:04 pm

Solo is directed by Bejoy Nambiar and marks his foray into the southern film industry. Produced by Refex Entertainment in collaboration with Get Away Films, “Solo” also features Neha Sharma, Sruthi Hariharan, Arthi Venkatesh, Sai Dhansika as female leads. Nambiar credited Ratnam for teaching him the nuances of filmmaking. For all the latest Entertainment News, download Indian Express App “The audience, both in Malayalam and Tamil industry, arevery accepting and encouraging. The 31-year-old actor said he has been lucky with the projects he has got so far in both Tamil and Malayalam. “I’m here today because of Mani sir and I know he would hate me for saying this but I have learnt everything from him. I want to stress on this fact that we have really made a bilingual.” The 38-year-old director said that he and his lead actor have tried something unique in the film and they hope audiences will appreciate their effort. This is my sincere attempt to break into both the markets. He was there whenever we needed him. I count ‘Solo’ as my first film down south. This is my third Tamil film and he has always been there for my film’s event. We had to put in the effort of making four films. “‘Solo’ is my first foray in the south. “Many thanks to Mani sir for being here. While he gave Dulquer his big break with Ok Kanmani, Nambiar has worked as an assistant director with him. The movie is directed by Bejoy Nambiar and marks his foray into the southern film industry.