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13 August 2017, 02:56 | Anna Nguyen
Dulquer Salmaan to make his grand entry in Bollywood with a road movie Dulquer Salmaan Facebook
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Bollywood hit filmmaker Karan Johar on Saturday launched the much-awaited teaser of young heartthrob Dulquer Salman's upcoming film Solo.
Dulquer Salmaan is all set to make his Bollywood debut with Ronnie Screwvala's next production, which stars Irrfan Khan. The interesting fact about the movie is that it will also star Irrfan Khan and is reported to be a comedy. A source close to the project revealed to a leading daily that the movie is a light-hearted entertainer and will show Dulquer and Irrfan as friends on a road trip. Abhishek Bachchan was initially approached to play the part but it seems that the actor couldn't allot dates because the schedule was clashing with his other film, JP Dutta's Paltan which has already gone on floors.
Now, speculations are rife regarding his big debut in Bollywood.
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The movie, the shooting for which would begin in the first week of September, is co-written by the director himself and Hussain Dalal. Let's hope that the son has better luck.
Dulquer is gearing up for the release of Bejoy Nambiar's Malayalam-Tamil bilingual, Solo, and Soubin Shahir's Malayalam film Parava.
He is also filming for the Gemini Ganesan biopic, Mahanati, which is being made in Tamil, Telugu and Malayalam.
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