Actor Siddharth, who is a familiar face for the Tamil, Telugu and Hindi film audience, may soon make his acting debut in a Malayalam movie. The reports that the "Boys" star will foray into Malayalam films with Dileep's upcoming movie have been confirmed by the actor.
Siddharth has expressed his excitement about his entry to Mollywood, and teaming up with Dileep for Rathis Ambat's directorial venture "Kammarasambhavam." The movie has been written by actor Murali Gopy. Siddharth has also confirmed that he will dub for his part in the movie.
"Privileged to be teaming up with the venerable actor #Dileep for my first Malayalam film directed by Rathish Ambat, written by Murali Gopy. And to all the #Malayalamfans, I will, like I have in every language before this, be dubbing for myself in my Malayalam debut. No doubt:) [sic]," Siddharth posted on his Twitter page. Sources close to the movie have confirmed that the movie will go on floors in August.
Siddharth, who has many movies lined up for the year, has also revealed information about his upcoming projects through his social media page. "#SaithaanKaBachha with director Karthik Krish (Kappal) will kick off my slate of films in 2016. Exciting comic entertainer. Happy to be working alongside @gvprakash with director Sasi (Pichaikkaran) on his next dramatic film. Produced by Thenandal films. My fourth film for 2016, a Hindi/Tamil/Telugu trilingual, will be announced officially on June 10th. Waiting for the big day! [sic]," tweeted Siddharth.
The actor, who was last seen in the black comedy "Jil Jung Juk," has also thanked his fans for always supporting him. "Hoping to satisfy my audience the best i can with this lineup. Thank you for the continued support and love. It means a lot and inspires me [sic]," Siddharth wrote on his Twitter page.