The female lead in the film Mithila is an internet celebrity from the popular web series, Girl In The City and Little Things.
Dulquer Salmaan, the son of legendary actor Mammootty and the current heartthrob of South Indian cinema, is all set to make his Bollywood debut soon.
In such lovely locations, you would expect there to be some sizzling romance and some love story but seems like DQ will not be romancing his leading lady in this movie directed by Akarsh Khurana. Tamil actor-filmmaker R Parthiepan is said to have an important role in the film, which also stars Sai Tamhankar, Sruthi Hariharan, Anson Paul and Ann Augustine. "Living the Bollywood Dream alongside these supremely talented superstars", Mithila wrote on along with a picture collage, featuring herself, Dulquer and Irrfan.
Of casting Dulquer in his film, Akarsh Khurana told The Times Of India, "I have been following Dulquer for a while after Mani Ratnam's O Kadhal Kanmani". He has showcased a fantabulous performance in it.
What message does Ex-CBFC Chief Pahlaj Nihalani Have For Prasoon Joshi?
I will try to take the advice of people, who have to offer good advice. "All the people who have joined will make a difference. Actually, from the time I came in, there have been elements working against me, some of them from within the CBFC.
Apart from Solo, Dulquer Salmaan also has another film titled Parava, directed by Soubin Shahir.
Karan Johar released the teaser on Twitter.
Solo is a romantic thriller film, directed and co-produced by Bejoy Nambiar along with Abraham Mathew under the banners, Getaway Films and Abaam Films.
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