But Dulquer was mulling things over and taking his own sweet time to move into Bollywood, and we don't really blame him for that, considering how other South stars fared in the past in Bollywood. This Bollywood movie is yet to be titled but as of the now some of the cast names are Irrfan Khan and internet television star Mithila Palkar. Besides the duo, it will star Irrfan Khan, although the character details of all of them are now kept under wraps.
If reports are to be believed, popular Bollywood actor Abhishek Bachchan was initially approached for Dulquer Salmaan's part in the movies, but the former had to opt out due to date clashes. The film is not a commercial entertainer but the story has a light-hearted comedy that will see Dulquer and Irrfan as friends on a road trip. The film rolls by the month end in Kerala as the sources say. All in all, Mammootty could not find much success in Bollywood.
Dulquer is gearing up for the release of Bejoy Nambiar's Malayalam-Tamil bilingual, Solo, and Soubin Shahir's Malayalam film Parava.
In fact, there were rumours of him making his debut with the Hindi version of "OK Kanmani" which was called as "OK Jaanu", but the male lead role was played Aditya Roy Kapur.
He is also filming for the Gemini Ganesan biopic, Mahanati, which is being made in Tamil, Telugu and Malayalam.