”Solo’ is a very courageous film’ Says Dulquer Salmaan
Performing artist Dulquer Salmaan on Friday said that his Tamil-Malayalam sentimental thriller Solo was a hard film to make.
“The gathering of people, both in Malayalam and Tamil industry, are extremely tolerating and empowering. They give us the valor to do content-rich stories,” Dulquer told journalists here at the main look dispatch the motion picture.
“Solo is an exceptionally gallant film. Making a collection arrangement is not a straightforward errand. We needed to invest the exertion of making four movies. “Solo” has awesome visuals, incredible music and I am extremely fortunate to be a piece of this venture,” he included.
The motion picture is coordinated by Bejoy Nambiar and imprints his raid into southern film industry.
The 31-year-old on-screen character said he has been fortunate with the activities he has got so far in both Tamil and Malayalam.
Veteran producer Mani Ratnam was likewise present at the occasion. While he offered Dulquer his huge reprieve with Ok Kanmani, Nambiar has filled in as a right hand chief with him.
“Much obliged to Mani sir for being here. This is my third Tamil film and he has dependably been there for my film’s occasion.
“He propelled the sound for my Tamil presentation Vaayai Moodi Pesavum, he was the commander of the ship for OK Kanmani and for this film, he is here once more. So as long as he’s here, my motion pictures are sheltered,” Dulquer said.
Nambiar said Solo is his true push to make a check in Tamil and Malayalam film businesses.
“Solo is my first attack in the south. I won’t tally “David” since it was half named and half shot as a bilingual. I number “Solo” as my first film down south. This is my true endeavor to break into both the business sectors. I need to weight on this reality that we have truly made a bilingual.”
The 38-year-old chief said that he and his lead on-screen character have taken a stab at something interesting in the film and they trust groups of onlookers will value their exertion.
Nambiar credited Ratnam for showing him the subtleties of filmmaking.
“I’m here today as a result of Mani sir and I know he would detest me for saying this yet I have learnt everything from him. He was there at whatever point we required him. I simply believe I’m blessed to have that level of get to and association with him.”
Ratnam said he preferred the principal witness mystery and was anticipating see the film.
Delivered by Refex Entertainment in a joint effort with Get Away Films, Solo likewise highlights Neha Sharma, Sruthi Hariharan, Arthi Venkatesh, Sai Dhansika as female leads.