Rosshan Andrrews hopes to work with freshers for Dulquer film
Interested candidates are required to send their short film/telefilm, or any work that serves as a testament to their skills, along with their biodata to the email address of Rosshan's associate
As Dulquer Salmaan's next Malayalam film directed by Rosshan Andrrews is all set to go on floors soon, the latter has announced that he is hoping to work with two freshers as his assistant directors. Rosshan has put out a statement on his Facebook page stating his wish.
"As someone with no cinema background or connections, I count as my only investment the deepest love for the medium, the desire to reach it, and the hard and earnest efforts taken," he said while remembering all his mentors. Rosshan is entering his 25th year in the industry. He worked as an assistant in cinema for ten years and a director for fifteen.
Thanking everyone for the appreciation shown towards his work so far, Rosshan added that he wishes to offer an opportunity to some gifted youngsters with the potential to make a mark in the industry.
Interested candidates are required to send their short film/telefilm, or any work that serves as a testament to their skills, along with their biodata to the email address of Rosshan's associate: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The film, which will have Dulquer playing a cop, has a script by Bobby-Sanjay of Uyare and Mumbai Police fame. The makers recently issued a casting call, seeking men and women of age range 15 to 70, for the film expected to go on floors in January or February next year.