Sonu Sood's lessons to match Ranveer Singh's Marathi act in Simmba
Sonu Sood - who plays Ranveer Singh's on-screen rival in Simmba - has roped in Marathi tutor Ramesh Pawar to learn the diction and nuances.
After Rohit Shetty gave the now-famous line 'Aata Majhi Satakli' to Ajay Devgn in Singham (2011), the director has penned a few Marathi catchphrases for his antagonist in the Ranveer Singh starrer, Simmba, too. We hear, Sonu Sood - who plays Singh's on-screen rival - has roped in Marathi tutor Ramesh Pawar to learn the diction and nuances.
A source reveals, "It has been more than a month that Sonu has been working with the Marathi tutor on the set. Sonu wanted to ensure that his portrayal is authentic vis-a-vis Ranveer's Maharashtrian act of Sangram Bhalerao."
Sood says, "It's a role I'm quite excited to portray. Since my character has to mouth a few dialogues in Marathi, I need to get the accent right to make it look convincing. Learning Marathi for Simmba is turning out to be an interesting experience."
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