Director Hansal Mehta plans to put the actress Kangana through a lengthy workshop to get the accent right.
Says a source, “In Simran, Kangana Ranaut is not only a Gujarati girl, but someone who has spent many years in the US. So her language would have to be a mixture of Gujarati and American.”
Hansal intends to put Kangana Ranaut through a lengthy workshop to get the language right. The film will be shot in California and other parts of the US.
A girl from Gujarat in California, that’s who Kangana Ranaut will play in Hansal Mehta’s Simran once she is done with Vishal Bhardwaj’s film Rangoon.
This will be Kangana Ranaut’s third accent-oriented role in a row after Tanu Weds Manu Returns and Rangoon. And perhaps the most difficult linguistic challenge for the actress till date.
About Kangana Ranaut’s commitment Hansal says, “She is super enthusiastic about the film and raring to go.
Hansal added we will start once Kangana is done with Rangoon.
Says Hansal, “Simran will be my most expensive movie till today's date.
All my movies so far have been shot in Mumbai or small towns of India. This is my first film to be set outside India.