Dulquer Salmaan is heartbroken by the passing of Malayalam film designer and art director Sunil Babu. He shared a photo of Sunil and wrote an emotional note as they said goodbye. expressed.
Dulquer Salmaan shared a photo of Sunil Babu on his Instagram handle, writing, “Heartbroken.” A most kind and warm soul, who quietly approached his work with great passion and said nothing about his immense talent. Thank you Sniletta for the memories. You brought our film to life. I do not agree with this. I am praying for your family and all those who loved you dearly. ”
Darka Salman collaborated with Sunil on the blockbuster films ‘Bangalore Days’ and ‘Sita Ramam’. He was the art director for both of his films. Bangalore Days and Sita Rama are the biggest hits of DQ’s career.
Check out the emotional notes Drukha Salman gave to Sunil Bab.
About Sunil Babu
Sunil Babu died Thursday night at the age of 50 from cardiac arrest. Reportedly, he was hospitalized three days ago due to swelling in his leg.
Sunil Babu has also worked as an art director and production designer in Malayalam, Telugu, Tamil and Hindi. He entered the film industry as an assistant to art director Sabu Cyril. Some of his best works include films such as Thupakki, Bheeshma Parvam, Maharshi, Oopiri, Ghajini, Premam and Chota Mumbai. He was also involved in blockbusters like Singh Is King, MS Dhoni, Paa, Lakshya, Special 26, etc. in Hindi. Apart from this, Sunil has done his direction for the art of the English film Rose.
Anjali Menon, a popular filmmaker in Malayalam, also paid tribute to Sunil Babu. We worked together on ‘Bangalore Days’ and have some wonderful memories to cherish forever. Rest in peace dear Sunil.”
Vyjayanthi Movies, who produced Sita Ramam, shared a glimpse of Sunil Babu from the set, writing on Instagram: family. “
Dulquer Salmaan is currently busy with his ambitious project King Of Kotha. Directed by newcomer Abhirash Joshi, the film features a star cast including Aishwarya Lekshmi, Samyukta Menon, Gokul Suresh and Naira Usha in key roles. The project will be released in his five languages including Malayalam, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada and Hindi.
Meanwhile, Sunil Babu is waiting for the release of Thalapathy Vijay star Valis, who worked as an art director. The bilingual film will hit theaters on January 11th, ahead of the Pongal Festival. The film is directed by Vamshi Paidipally and funded by Dil Raju. Rashmika Mandanna is the female lead of the film.
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