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After the grandiose appearance on big screen through Srinath Rajendran's Second Show, Dulquer Salman had become the centre of attention for the young movie fans. After successfully completing 100 days in theatres with his debut, Dulquer stepped up the ladder of success with Ustad Hotel which had made an unbeaten 150 days pushing down all other previous records.
Even though his third movie Theevram couldn't reach up to the expectations, Dulquer had proved his guts as an actor rising up as a young superstar with huge fan followers.
With his fourth venture ABCD: American-Born Confused Desi directed by Martin Prakkat is gearing up for a grand release set for 22nd March 2013, the actor has signed for his next project directed by Sameer Thahir titled Neelakasham Pachakadal Chuvanna Bhoomi. More interestingly his lucky companion Sunny Wayne will also be donning a prominent role.
Dulquer Salman and Sunny Wayne will play college friend who makes a road trip starting from Kerala to Nagaland on motorbikes. This thrilling road movie will explore politics, religion and identity embedded with an elegant love story shot in Nagaland. The interesting incidents which happen on the way and the reason for their trip would add more excitement.
The hard terrain and hilly regions has kept the malayalam film makers away from the region, even though Nagaland is known for its picturesque landscape. But young Sameer is ready to take the challenge and look forward to start shooting in Nagaland to capture the scenic beauty of the place.
This would the second assignment for Sameer C Thahir after making his directorial debut with 'Chappa Kurish' which received rave responses with its classy style of creation. Sameer was working with the scripts for a long time which is said to walk through a novel story. With Shyju Khalid as the cinematographer, the movie is expected to start rolling very soon.
This dream project will bring Dulquer Salman and Sunny Wayne again onto a single frame which the duo are expected to create yet another magic on silver screen after 'Second Show'. Getting ripen after their debut, both actors have crossed various acting stages working with senior artists.