Alia Bhatt to learn new language for Sanjay Leela Bhansali's film

Carla Harmon
November 6, 2019

Alia Bhatt always wanted to work with director Sanjay Leela Bhansali as she is also a huge fan of the director's work. The latest movie she starred in was Kalank. According to Mid Day, a close source said that interestingly, Alia's paternal grandfather Nanabhai Bhatt was a Gujarati Brahmin who hailed from Kathiawad.

Sameera Reddy, on the other hand, recently embraced motherhood for the second time after she gave birth to a baby girl, whom she has named Nyra. She is captured by the papzz everywhere she goes. Although Alia has limited dialogues in the film yet Bhansali wants her to ideal her accent.

In the first pic, Alia is seen in a monochromatic frame and looks at the camera with an intense gaze.

However, whether it is providence or mere co-incidence, but it is indeed fascinating that Alia would actually be learning the dialect of her forefather for the film. According to the media reports, Sanjay Leela Bhansali is on the lookout for a tutor for Alia Bhatt for the film for the dialect.

Reportedly, Alia also jokingly added that she wished that they could just shoot films and not release them which would be more fun for her. We now see the actress gearing up for her next film and she has started her preparations. Since Bhansali is known to be very passionate about his prep for films, he has reached out to Mumbai's Gujarati theatre personalities including actors Manoj Joshi and Supriya Pathak to help him in the search for dialect coaches for Alia.

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