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Dulquer Salmaan Gears Up for King of Kotha in His Latest Post, Fans Call Him “gift from malayalam film industry to Indian cinema”

Dulquer Salmaan looks ravishing in black and white, in his latest Instagram post. This 37-year-old actor has already made a huge impact in Indian cinema not only in his Malayalam movies but also across other Indian languages as well. Son of the Malayalam star, Mammootty, this actor is now set to appear in the much-awaited pan-Indian film, King of Kotha. Starring alongside Aishwarya Lekshmi and Shabeer Kallarakkal, this movie is set to release on 24th August 2023, in multiple regional languages. This action-packed thriller film is the first film of the director, Abhilash Joshiy.

Dulquer Salmaan looks ravishing in black and white



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Just one day left for release, Dulquer Salmaan posted a carousel on Instagram. The actor is known to make no compromises in his style and always looks stylish. In this post, this Malayalam superstar oozes swagger in a black-and-white ensemble. Styled by Harman Kaur, along with Pooja Karanam, Neha Rathi, and Nitin Bharadwaj, this outfit is from the infamous Two Point Two studio. The post is captioned as  “1 day to go.. can’t wait to see you all in Cinemas worldwide !”, expressing his excitement for the release of his new film. In the post, he is seen wearing a loose black and white shirt that had diagonal stripes with multiple prints on it. Along with this, he wears white pants and matching shoes. However, the highlight of the look is his orange sunglasses that completes the look and his followers are not holding back their praises.

Netizens react

Netizens have shown their appreciation for his look by showering the actor with praises on his post. One comment said  “Handsome” while the other one said, “Other youths should learn from him in the matter of Costume sense”. Besides, fans are also expressing their excitement for his new Pan- Indian film, calling him “him “gift from malayalam film industry to indian cinema” as they wish him luck for King of Kotha.


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