I was conceit about troubling my family during my college days, so worked in a food court : Dulquer Salmaan
Star kids are always born with the silver spoon. Atleast, that is the general conception. They can easily afford a swanky lifestyle thanks to their celebrity family. But here is an exception to all that. Mollywood’s young star Dulquer Salmaan probably had the biggest address among his peers, Megastar Mammootty’s son. But the humble and down to earth Dulquer never had any starry airs and went the hard way to find the road to success.
The actor recently shared some of his experiences during his college life in an exclusive chat with Club FM UAE. He was part of the show as for the promotions of his latest release, Jomonte Suvisheshangal.
Dulquer said, “When I was in college, a dollar’s value was around 46-47 rupees. I was very apprehensive about troubling my family for my college expenses. So I worked in a food court to meet my expenses. During those days, I lived with a minimum budget and had many memorable experiences. But today, I can sustain with any budget and change myself according to the situation.”
He continued, “I always had a passion for acting. I had a doubtful phase when I was not sure what to do in my career. I wanted to select a career where I should enjoy doing my work and not consider it as a mechanical job. I share a buddy- buddy relationship with my father. Everyone in my home is very affectionate.”
In the work front, his latest release Jomonte Suvisheshangal directed by veteran filmmaker Sathyan Anthikad, is running successfully in theatres.