Dulquer to star in Rosshan Andrrews' next?
The project, which will reportedly roll in March, is set to feature the actor as a cop
As per reports, Dulquer Salmaan will play a cop in Rosshan Andrrews' next film scripted by Bobby-Sanjay. If true, this will be the second police film from the writer duo after the critically acclaimed Mumbai Police, starring Prithviraj. The project will reportedly roll in March. However, an official confirmation is still awaited.
Rosshan is currently busy with the shoot of Prathi Poovan Kozhi, starring Manju Warrier and Anusree Nair. The Kayamkulam Kochunni-director will be also making his acting debut through the film. Rosshan recently revealed that he will be replacing Joju George, who was set to make an appearance in the film.
Dulquer has briefly played a police officer in Lal Jose's Vikramadithyan. The actor is currently shooting for Kurup, the Sukumara Kurup biopic. He is also slated to appear in Anoop Sathyan's film which has Suresh Gopi, Shobana, and Kalyani Priyadarshan as part of its cast.
In addition to this, Dulquer is donning the producer's hat this year, backing three films including Kurup. In one of his productions, helmed by debutant Shamsu Zayba and starring Gregory Jacob, the actor will be making a cameo appearance.
Meanwhile, Bobby-Sanjay's next project, a Mammootty-starrer, is expected to go on floors soon.