Mollywood superstar Dulquer Salmaan has carved his way to success with his dedication and hard work to reach where he is in both personal and professional life. Despite being son of Megastar and acting powerhouse Mammootty, the OK Kanmani actor never took the support of his dad or privilege to garner roles in films.
The young Malayalam superstar who had made his debut with filmmaker Srinath Rajendran’s action thriller Second Show, which released in back in 2012, this afternoon took to his Instagram handle to share his so far experienced in the filmy world. Dulquer also took the occasion (completion of eight years) to thanks his family, friends and fans for all their love and support.
On completion of 8 years in films, Dulquer fans congratulated the actor with trend #8YearsOfDulquerism and along with congratulatory messages and good luck messages for his future projects.
With just 8 years of time span Mollywood ✅️
— Dulquer Fans Club (@Dulquer_FC) February 2, 2020
— Alena👒 (@alenathomas_) February 2, 2020
Started as a new face on Second show on February 3rd 2012 and now he is the most followed youth icon in M-Town 🔥💥@dulQuer ☺️#8YearsOfDulquerism @rameshlaus @LMKMovieManiac @ pic.twitter.com/9xfTu0i4t9
— Abhinand (@abhiinand) February 2, 2020
— Adith Vijay (@AdithVijay3) February 2, 2020
In 2018, for the first time he stepped into Telugu movie 'Mahanati' and he received the Filmfare Award – TFI for Best Actor (Critics) and most importantly he won many hearts for his brilliant portrayal for the role of 'Gemini Ganesan'! A memorable character ❤#8YearsOfDulquerism pic.twitter.com/clyN55YmvM
— Gunindra (@Gunindra_Rowdq) February 2, 2020
Apart from Malayalam, for those unversed, the actor also has proved his acting mettle in Hindi, Tamil and Telugu films with the likes of Karwaan, Mahanati, Ok Kanmani among others.
The 33-year old actor who was last seen in his Bollywood venture The Zoya Factor, will soon be seen in Varane Avashyamundu which also happens to be his productional venture.
Post Varane Avashyamundu, the actor will be seen in a character with grey shades in filmmaker Srinath Rajendran’s Kurup. The film is been bankrolled by Dulquer himself under his banner Wayfarer films.