Sonam Kapoor and Dulquer Salmaan’s Zoya Factor first look out – See pic

Salmaan, who has wowed moviegoers by his previous performances took to Twitter Tuesday morning to share the first look of the film.

Sonam Kapoor and Dulquer Salmaan’s Zoya Factor first look out – See pic

Mumbai: Malayalam superstar Dulquer Salmaan will share screen space with Sonam Kapoor in Zoya Factor, an adaptation of Anuja Chauhan’s bestseller novel The Zoya Factor.

The film directed by Abhishek Sharma will be jointly produced by Fox Star Studios and Adlabs Films.

Salmaan, who has wowed moviegoers by his previous performances took to Twitter Tuesday morning to share the first look of the film.

He wrote:

Now this one is really special for me! Introducing #ZoyaFactor a movie based on Anuja Chauhan’s bestseller. Releasing on April 5, 2019! Co-starring @sonamakapoor, directed by #AbhishekSharma. #AdlabsFilms @foxstarhindi

Sonam too took to Twitter to share her excitement. She posted: “Super happy to be a part of this unique story #ZoyaFactor an adaptation of Anuja Chauhan's bestseller. Releasing on April 5, 2019! Directed by #AbhishekSharma, co-starring @dulQuer @foxstarhindi #AdlabsFilms (sic).”

The film is slated to release on 5 April 2019.

However, Zoya Factor will not be his first Hindi film. He will be first seen in Ronnie Screwvala's movie Karwaan co-starring Irrfan Khan and Mithila Palkar.

The film revolves around three oddballs from different walks of life. They are thrown together on a bizarre journey which helps them find normalcy in their lives, read a statement.

Karwaan also marks the debut of Akarsh Khurana as a Bollywood director. The film has been shot in the beautiful locales of Kerala.

Son of legendary Malayalam actor Mammotty, Salmaan during an interview with IANS last year said that he does not take his stardom and success seriously. He concentrates on delivering his best on the movie front.

"Honestly, I do not take my stardom seriously, only work. I know my fans love me because of my work. Yes, if they are my fans, they will come to watch me in theatres even if the film is not so good...But if I am continuously delivering bad films, no one will come to watch me. So, all that matters is a good film," Dulquer told IANS.

(With IANS inputs)

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