Dulquer Salmaan is the only pan-Indian star I know, says Nanitext_fields
Hyderabad: At a recent pre-release event of Dulquer Salmaan's upcoming film, "King of Kotha," actor Nani showered praise on Dulquer, hailing him as the only pan-Indian actor he knows.
The event unfolded in Hyderabad and saw the presence of both Nani and Rana Daggubati.
During his speech, Nani expressed his profound pride in Dulquer's work and underscored the uniqueness of his pan-Indian status. Nani highlighted that writers from diverse linguistic backgrounds, including Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, and Hindi, are crafting narratives with Dulquer in mind, a testament to his widespread appeal.
Nani's association with Dulquer dates back to when Nani dubbed for Dulquer's character in the Telugu version of "OK Kanmani," titled "OK Bangaram." Both actors have since soared to considerable stardom, garnering admiration from various corners of the nation.
Rana Daggubati also shared a noteworthy revelation during the same event, gaining significant attention. He recounted an incident from the time when Dulquer was working on a Hindi film. Rana disclosed that a prominent Bollywood actress caused disruptions on set, affecting the scene's quality and causing frustration among the crew. However, Rana lauded Dulquer's exceptional professionalism and patience in dealing with the situation, creating a harmonious atmosphere.
Subsequently, Rana issued a clarification, expressing regret for the issue's magnification and apologising to Sonam Kapoor and Dulquer for any misunderstanding. Following Rana's comments, social media users engaged in discussions and trolling related to Sonam Kapoor, who previously collaborated with Dulquer in "The Zoya Factor."
Dulquer Salmaan's popularity transcends not only his fans but also resonates with numerous industry insiders.