Dulquer Salmaan Looks Dapper With or Without the Intense Gaze
Dulquer Salmaan, despite being an established actor in the Malayalam film industry is fairly new in Bollywood. His film ‘The Zoya Factor’ is releasing on September 20th, 2019.
Dulquer Salmaan, the hero of the Malayalam film industry, is now all set to take Bollywood by a storm. Although The Zoya Factor’ is not his first Hindi film, Dulquer Salmaan is getting more attention as compared to his first film ‘Karwaan.’ The film promotions are in full swing at the moment and one expects to see the handsome Dulquer wherever possible. While the heroine Sonam Kapoor has made it a point not only to wear red to every film promotion but also document the entire process through her vlogs, Dulquer Salmaan has kept it mostly low key.
He recently posted two pictures from The Zoya Factor film promotions where the actor is looking his usual dapper self exuding his manly charm. He wore a blue suit with a blue tie and shirt keeping it classy and formal. In the first picture, Dulquer Salmaan sported an intense gaze and thanked his stylist for helping him out.
In Dulquer’s words,
‘Promotions in full swing for #TheZoyaFactor ! Making me look dapper as always is @abhilashatd who works tirelessly while I’m bratty about trying on clothes #suitboot#intensegazefail #hairsituation#situationismynewfavoriteword#everythingisasituation’
In the second picture, he decided to keep it less intense and more real.
‘This is more real ! Don’t you think ?
#nointensegaze #justgazing#intotheblueyonder#rathercloudygreyyonder#lovingtherains #idigress #typical#hairstituation #ugh’
Dulquer Salmaan, despite being the son of the Malayalam superstar Mammooty, had no idea of becoming a film actor.
He studied business at the Purdue University United States. Dulquer worked in the IT sector both in the US and Dubai after graduating. Although he was doing well in his career, Dulquer knew that his calling was different. When he announced his decision of joining the films, Dulquer’s parents were not pleased. His father wanted him to adopt a more’ stable’ career, unlike acting. In the Malayalm film industry, unlike Bollywood, the children of the actors had not made it big in the past.