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Dulquer Salmaan’s Next Is A Period Love Story; He Plays A Lieutenant Named Ram

Dulquer Salmaan At A Designer Store Launch In Chennai

Today Swapnadutt Chalasani and Priyanka Dutt’s Swapna Cinemas in association with Vyjayanthi Movies announced that they will be collaborating with Dulquer Salmaan (who celebrates his birthday today), for his next film. The untitled movie helmed by Hanu Raghavapudi is reportedly a period love story set in 1964 and will see Dulquer essaying the role of a Lieutenant named Ram.


The poster takes the form of a vintage airmail with the required seals and mandatory print and a photo stamp of Dulquer himself. In the centre, we find a bruised hand holding on to the fingers of another hand adorned with jewels and the silhouette of Dulquer with his shotgun. A few roses can also be seen on the card.

The poster also has the words ‘Yuddham Tho Rasina Prema Katha’ in Telugu, meaning a love story written with a war.

While the cast details have been kept under wraps, the film will have Vishal Chandrashekhar on music.

This is the second big recent announcement from Vyjayanthi Movies following the magnum opus ‘Prabhas 21’ which stars Prabhas and Deepika Padukone in the lead. Dulquer Salmaan and Vyjayanthi Movies are also associating once again after their 2018 blockbuster biopic film Mahanati/Nadigaiyar Thilagam, which bagged several national awards.

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The multilingual project will soon go on floors. It will release in Telugu along with a dubbed version in Tamil and Malayalam.


Meanwhile, Dulquer who was last seen in Desingh Periyasamy‘s Kannum Kannum Kollaiyadithaal/Kannulu Kannulu Dochayante will next be seen in Tamil in Brindha Gopal‘s Hey Sinamika and RA Karthik’s Vaan, and in Malayalam in Roshan Andrews’ untitled, Srinath Rajendran‘s Kurup, and Joy Mathew’s untitled. He will also make a cameo appearance in his first production, Shamzu Zayba‘s Maniyarayile Ashokan, a Malayalam film.

Read: Kannum Kannum Kollaiyadithaal Review: Derivative, Dreary, All Over The Place

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