I Won’t Do Bad Movies For Money : Dulquer Salmaan

Dulquer Salmaan

The young actor Dulquer Salmaan is not only popular with the Mollywood audiences, he has a huge fanbase following all over India. He came into films as Mammootty’s son, but soon he made a label of his own.

He debutted through Second Show directed by debutant Srinath Rajendran. He was highly praised for his mature acting in the movie and received Filmfare award for best male debut. Later with movies like Ustad Hotel, ABCD, Neelakasham Pachakadal Chuvanna Bhoomi and Banglore days he became one of the favourite of Mollywood audiences. He won the Kerala State Film award for Best Actor for his performance in Charlie directed by Martin Prakkat.

The actor in a recent interview said that he won’t do bad films for the sake of money. “It is my love for films that brought me into the field. Never I will do a bad film for money. Everyone in this field will be wishing the same, but the change in the lifestyle that films make and the money needed to maintain it causes people to do bad films. It’s not in their conscience.” said the young actor.

Dulquer’s upcoming release is the untitled film by Amal Neerad. The filming is complete and is in the post production stage. Recently he appeared in a guest role in the movie Annmaria Kalippilanu. He will be working with Sathyan Anthikad on his next.