Dulquer Salmaan may have started off as a star kid from the South Indian film industry, but he is now a household name across the country, courtesy his varied choice of films. I don’t think my wife worries about me being an actor, because she is generally a very secure person and is okay giving me my space.Speaking further about his father’s critically acclaimed film aluminized PET film Manufacturers Peranbu, which did not get a National Award, Dulquer opines: “He deserves a National Award for every film he does. Even my dad is super proud of me.Despite being Malayalam film superstar Mammootty’s son, Dulquer never had a dream launch. I don’t think I would ever depend on luck. The superstar, who started his Bollywood journey with Akarsh Khurana’s Karwaan, will next appear in Abhishek Sharma’s The Zoya Factor. I made my own mistakes,” he says with conviction.. Neither have I played an athlete in a film nor was I athletic in school, so that makes it all the more challenging. “I don’t look like him. “I think most of my co-stars know my wife, and I introduce her to all of them. I don’t think I can ever pick a script and say ‘this will be a super hit’. I don’t think very highly of myself; I am an average actor trying to do my best, and I don’t think I deserve all of these things.
He deserves at least 7 more National Awards because I am a huge fan of Mammootty. Many such scenes are very impromptu, so I am wondering in the back of my mind whether my co-star thinks that I am getting some kick out of. “In India, it is hard to not be a cricket fan. I respect the awards, they have their criteria, but you can't blame the fans for revolting either because it all comes from a good place. I am quite blessed; I don’t get paranoid phone calls,” the actor says in conclusion. But the problem with social media is that it’s so easy to sit and say what you want. I am very practical,” he says. Instead, he chose to make his own name based on merit. I know how much he gives to his craft, and I respect that. The actor, who is married to architect Amal Sufiya, reveals there is no space for insecurity in his relationship. “I never had this huge launch situation in Tamil or Malayalam. I look like my mother, which has been a blessing.As for the comparison with his father, the 33-year-old says he is lucky because they don’t look alike. I really look at the script itself, which is the hero of the film. I had to go through a lot of coaching to justify the role, so I am glad I took up this challenge.”Other than being a supportive son, Dulquer is also a doting husband. I amuse my co-stars because I am very shy and I hate doing intimate scenes. I want to surprise my audience with every film,” he shares. Nobody is waiting for me to come and make that splash. So even if a person is not so rude in real life, they can have a different arrogant personality on social media.
Talking about his choice of films, Dulquer says he looks for the same thing in all scripts. “I don’t think I choose films differently, I look for honesty and good scripts in films of all languages. I never wanted to imitate him and I don’t want to do the kind of films he did because only he can do that. Even my co-stars think that I don’t have any other intentions, it's nice if we are all at ease. As far as the luck factor is concerned, I am not superstitious at all. Plus my last name doesn’t have his name, and he did that when I was in school because he said he didn’t want me to get harassed. The film is about Indian superstitions when it comes to cricket, a sport that the actor is a big fan of himself. Just a few people would know that I have done decently down South, and the general audience has no idea about me,” the actor opines. I think people see me as a separate identity, and I have worked very hard to get to that. If I can find a film where I can see the attempt to make something honest, then I am okay. I tried to do films that have my sensibilities
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