Actor Dulquer Salmaan's popularity seems to be growing leaps and bounds. The Discovery Channel crew just couldn't stop gushing over the actor's singing skills when they arrived in Kerala to shoot for the channel's premier series "India My Way".


As part of a particular segment on Malayalam cinema, the crew arrived at music composer Gopi Sunder's studio where they met director Amal Neerad and actor Dulquer Salmaan who were recording a song for an untitled flick.


In a tete e tete with hosts Meraj Shah and Paloma Monappa, Dulquer said the audience of Malayalam cinema like to watch films that are realistic and relatable.


Incidentally, the host of the show is Paloma Monappa, who shared screen space with Dulquer in the film Neelakasham Pachakadal Chuvanna Bhoomi.  


The crew were quite surprised to learn that while the Mollywood audience embrace heroes from other languages along with their stardom, they always want to see their actors as boy next door.  

The 13 part series is a road journey covering 29 Indian states, introducing viewers to celebrities, young scientists and entrepreneurs among others.