The latest update from Mollywood says that Young star Dulquer Salmaan is uniting again with director and cinematographer Sameer Thahir again this year. They had already done a film together few years back titled as Neelakasham Pacha Kadal Chuvanna Bhoomi which was a critical and commercial success. That film was more like a road movie with strong romance content in it and Sunny Wayne also played a key role along with Dulquer Salmaan in that film.
The news about the upcoming film of this team is announced by Ashiq Usman through his Facebook page. Ashiq Usman is one of the production partners of this untitled film along with Shyju Khalid and Sameer Thahir. They are financing this film under the banner of Handmade films. The script of this upcoming flick will be pen down by Rajesh Gopinadh.
Sameer Thahir had made his debut in Mollywood as a cinematographer and he had done two films named Big B and Daddy Cool with Amal Neerad and Aashiq Abu respectively before he had made his debut as a director and screen writer through the film named Chappa Kurisu in 2011. Then he went back to his profession as a cinematographer and had done two other films such as Nidra and Diamond Necklace with Sidharth Bharathan and Lal Jose respectively. Later he directed one segment of the anthology film named 5 Sundarikal. He had directed the segment named Isha in that flick. After that the much acclaimed directorial venture of him came that is Neelakasham Pacha Kadal chuvanna Bhoomi and then he had done the camera work of Anjali Menon’s Bangalore Days.
The first production venture of him is Chandrettan Evideya helme by Sidharth Bharathan and starred Dileep which released this year and was a success as well. Shyju Khalid and Ashiq Usman are his partners in production and their company named is Handmade Films which we mentioned above.
There has been reports that Sameer is now all set to rank the camera for director Priyadarshan’s tamil film. Dulquer Salmaan is now finishing up Martin Prakkat’s Charlie and this flick may start by this year’s end part or before that.