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.
While he played the quintessential chocolate boy in OK Kanmani, the original version of the Aditya Roy Kapur, Shraddha Kapoor's romantic drama Ok Jaanu, Dulquer Salmaan is now gearing up for Bollywood.
Produced by Refex Entertainment in collaboration with Get Away Films, Solo also features Neha Sharma, Sruthi Hariharan, Arthi Venkatesh, Sai Dhansika as female leads.
Malayalam actor Dulquer Salman who is known for his performances in Bangalore Days and OK Kanmani is going to enter Hindi films with Irrfan Khan and webseries breakout star Mithila Palkar. Story of the film is not revealed yet but it will be a light hearted comedy.
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Initially, Abhishek Bachchan was chosen for this role, but had to reject the offer because the dates of this film clashed with that of JP Dutta's Paltan.
Now, speculations are rife regarding his big debut in Bollywood. "The film will go on floors in Spetember first week", says Akarsh. All in all, Mammootty could not find much success in Bollywood.
The teaser for Dulquer Salmaan's Solo was released on Saturday by Bollywood director and producer Karan Johar on Twitter.