Monday, November 19, 2012 14:30 IST
Ranveer Singh's dialogues in his upcoming Gujarat-based romance will be peppered with the local language
Even in his debut film Band Baaja Baaraat, Ranveer Singh's authentic Delhi accent added to the essence of the film. On similar lines, our sources tell us that the actor's dialogues in Sanjay Leela Bhansali's next, based in Gujarat, will have a smattering of the local language.
In fact, it was Ranveer himself who decided to experiment with his accent to play an authentic Gujarati lover. The actor says, `I had to learn quite a lot of Gujarati. I am also in a habit of communicating in Gujarati with my Gujju friends.`
While the actor spent some considerable time in Gujarat to research for his film, he made it a point to converse with the local people to improve his accent. Ranveer adds, `While simply listening to what they had to say, I quickly learnt the ropes of the language.`
Our source from the sets also adds that while the dialogues of the film were written in Hindi, Ranveer surprised Bhansali by adding his own touch of Gujarati to it.
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