Taking to his Instagram handle, Dulquer Salmaan as of late reported the main track of his next film ‘Hey Sinamika’ with a new poster. Malayalam star Dulquer Salmaan is apparently jumping starting with one project and has a lot to showcase his talent in the coming days. While the entertainer was tremendously praised for his presentation in the crime thrill ride Kurup, a month after its release, the entertainer declared his 33rd undertaking Hey Sinamika and furthermore its release date. While the film is a month from hitting the theaters, the entertainer as of late reported the primary track of the film with a new poster.
Taking to his Instagram handle, Dulquer Salmaan as of late shared another poster of his forthcoming film Hey Sinamika. The poster saw Dulquer Salmaan looking dapper in white traditional outfits. He could be seen sitting in a chair amid a crowd with his posters flying around. At the bottom, various mics could be seen hinting at the actor’s role as a famous musician.
Sharing the banner, the entertainer reported the film’s first single Achamillai will be released on Sankranti, on January 14, 2022. In the inscription, he stated, A life lived in FEAR isn’t a life lived at all… it’s time to be FEARLESS! Achamillai song out on 14th Jan.” The entertainer’s fans commended him and are now eagerly waiting to hear the song.
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On December 21, 2021, Dulquer Salmaan shared the main look from his forthcoming film Hey Sinamika. The poster had different photographs of the entertainer occupied with particular exercises while wearing various outfits. The entertainer reported he will assume the part of a young fellow named Yaazhan in the film. He further reported the film will be released in theatres on February 25, 2022.
Dulquer Salmaan was tremendously praised for his film Kurup after it hit the OTT platform Netflix. The entertainer was likewise preparing for the arrival of his much-expected film Salute. The film was booked to hit the venues on January 14, 2022, yet the producers needed to defer it because of the flood in COVID-19 cases. The creators called it their social obligation to postpone the film’s release and keep away from any open get-together in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.