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First Arab actor to debut in Mollywood

First Arab actor to debut in Mollywood

Muscat: Popular Omani actor-cum-director Salim Bahwan is all set to act in a soon-to-be shot Malayalam movie. He will become the first Arab actor to star in an Indian film.

Salim will play a prominent role in the movie titled Uppapa (Grandfather), directed by award-winning director, TA Razak.

The movie will be shot in Calicut in Kerala and Dubai.

"It is a dream come true for me as I always draw inspiration from Indian films," says Salim.

"Bollywood actor Dharmendra had inspired me to become an actor. I watched a Dharmendra film for the first time when I was just seven years old. As I walked out of the theatre in Muscat (capital of Oman), I made up my mind to become a film star,” he says.

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