Touted to be a comedy entertainer, this Malayalam film has Samyuktha Menon and Nikhila Vimal sharing screen space with the lead star.

Dulquers Oru Yamandan Premakatha set for Vishu release
Flix Mollywood Tuesday, January 08, 2019 - 15:36

The shooting of the Malayalam film Oru Yamandan Premakatha is reaching the final stages with its makers planning a Vishu release. Sources in the know say that this film may hit the marquee on April 12th this year and the team is gearing up to meet this deadline.

Expectations are high on this film as it will bring Dulquer Salmaan back into Malayalam film industry after a one-year gap. The star has been so busy concentrating in Telugu, Tamil and Hindi films that he did not have an opportunity to sign up a Malayalam movie. He reportedly took up the offer after the director impressed him with the strong storyline, we hear.

Touted to be a comedy entertainer, this Malayalam film has Samyuktha Menon and Nikhila Vimal sharing screen space with the lead star besides a host of other actors such as Salim Kumar, Soubin Shahir, Hareesh Kanaran, Dharmajan, Bibin and Vishnu Unnikrishnan in pivotal and supporting roles. Debut director BC Noufal is directing this venture with Vishnu Unnikrishnan and Bibin George penning the script. The film is being bankrolled by Anto Joseph under his banner.

It may be noted here that Dulquer also has the Bollywood film Zoya Factor needing his attention. The film is based on the novel by the same title penned by Anuja Chauhan. It is about an advertising agency executive, Zoya Singh Solanki getting to meet the Indian Cricket Team and turning out to be their lucky mascot which eventually helps the team to lift the Cricket World Cup in 2010.

It has also been reported that Dulquer is acting in a Telugu film with Tollywood star Nani. The film would be a thriller with Nani reportedly playing a cop. In Kollywood, Dulquer is making a comeback with Vaan, a travel-based film, directed by Ra Karthik.

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