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Friday, 10 May 2019

Tara to learn new dialect for RX100 remake

Tara to learn new dialect for RX100 remake

The actress is gearing up to train with a dialect coach for her third film, which goes on the floors in July, and will see her play a small-town character for the first time opposite Ahan Shetty’s male lead

After finishing work on her debut film, Student of The Year 2, and the follow-up, Marjaavaan, Tara Sutaria is gearing up to start shooting for the official remake of Telugu action thriller, RX 100, which marks the Hindi film debut of Suniel Shetty’s son, Ahan. The actress will start her workshops with director Milan Luthria and a dialect coach next week at producer Sajid Nadiadwala’s office in Mumbai.

According to a source close to the development, unlike her first two films, the actress plays a smalltown character in the yet-untitled project and as part of her prep, she will attend a two to three week workshop to get a better grip on the Hindi dialect. “Her character is raw and multi-layered. She speaks in a certain way throughout the film, and the team will primarily work on this aspect,” the source added. Soon after, Tara will be joined by her co-star for another workshop. “The final leg of pre-production comprises of joint scriptreading and actor-director bonding sessions. Ahan will be seen performing most of the action in the film, which is more on the realistic side with hand-to-hand combats,” the source informed, adding that stunt director Stefan Richter, who worked on Sajid’s directorial debut, Kick, is doing Milan’s film as well.

The film is slated to go on the floors in July and will be shot in Mussoorie, apart from a brief schedule at a studio in Mumbai. Buzz is, Tara, who is a trained singer, is giving playback for a song in the film. However, while talking, the actress had said, “I hope I get to do it in the film.”

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