Malayalam cinema has gone through a drastic transformation over the recent years, thanks to the fantastic content that is driven by the new generation filmmakers and actors. With films like Bangalore Days and Premam, Malayalam cinema has made its mark and has proved that it is on par with international standards. The credit for bringing in this change equally goes to the young crop of actors who want to do some great work.
Amongst these young actors, actors like Dulquer Salmaan, Fahadh Faasil and Nivin Pauly stand out because of their choice of subjects.
Ustaad Hotel and Bangalore Days by Dulquer Salmaan are testimonial to the kind of films Dulquer wants to be a part of. Being one of the contemporaries, Dulquer has always expressed interest in doing out of the box subjects which are commercially viable too.
Fahadh Faasil was part of Bangalore Days as well which is one of the best films Malayalam cinema has ever produced. The film had many stars and the success it achieved because of the fresh approach was emphatic. Fahadh had said in an interview that he always wanted to do offbeat films and those that can portray real life incidents subtly.
Nivin Pauly is currently the talking point of Malayalam and Tamil cinema, and many filmmakers want to have him in their films. He has been flooded with offers from other South Indian industries too, but his wish is to choose subjects which are out of the box and narrate something different from routine. His next film in Tamil, titled Richie, is creating waves after the launch of the trailer.
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