Despite being the best performer on South indian television, dulquer salmaan rarely exudes a starry aura. In terms of pan-Indian cinema, he doesn't seem to follow the example set by south performers like Prabhas, Yash, Allu Arjun, ram Charan, and Jr. NTR. Today saw the debut of Dulquer's "Chup: Revenge of the Artist," and he said that he didn't fully get the concept of pan-Indian cinema.

I've always pursued good movies, regardless of the size, scale, or budget, he told a media outlet. Over the past ten years, I've observed how, with each of my projects, things get a little bigger, producers take a little more risk, and that's extremely fulfilling. That speaks to a true actor who continues to perform his duties without considering the scope and impact of what he does.

Oh, the pleasure of viewing a movie about movie critics! Actually, "Chup: Revenge Of The Artist," a horror movie by R. Balki, is both fascinating and frightful. It's entertaining because it has a novel plot that makes a nod to Guru Dutt's recent movies and manages to hook viewers with a compelling premise. It's frightening because a psychopath kills film critics and assigns them ratings based on their most recent critique. I should definitely use careful wording in this post to avoid having my fate determined in the same way as the movie if it is taken literally.

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