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Find out how Vijay Deverakonda and Rashmika Mandanna are going an extra mile for their Hindi film debut


November 12, 2021

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Superstars Rashmika Mandanna and Vijay Deverakonda had hired a Hindi tutor for their respective Bollywood debut. The actors have decided to go an extra mile and have shown their dedication to these upcoming projects

India is known for its diversity. Be it cultural, geographical or linguistic. In movie industry too based on the language and corresponding state arrangement, India has a variety of them. Movie actors, now a days irrespective of their mother language have a passion to work in different movie industries and to learn new languages for the same and a very recent example of this is seen in the efforts of Telugu superstars Vijay Devarakonda and Rashmika Mandanna, who went an extra mile to learn perfect Hindi for their upcoming projects.

The Geetha Govindam stars Vijay Devarakonda and Rashmika Mandanna had hired Hindi tutors to brush up their Hindi speaking skills in order to dub their own dialogues in their upcoming Bollywood debut movies. Both the stars are leading South Indian film stars and have been declared as national crush  by a search engine last year. Rashmika has come out to be a multilingual actress by getting casted in various Kannada, Tamil and Telugu films.

Vijay will be making his bollywood debut with sports drama Liger while Rashmika will be seen in Mission Majnu opposite Siddharth Malhotra. Rashmika has always made sure to blend in to the language of the movie she is being cast in irrespective of her own mother tongue. She is seen to be following the same principle here as well where she wishes to do justice to her roles in mission Majnu and her second bollywood movie ‘Goodbye’. In Goodbye Rashmika will be working with Amitabh Bachchan and Neena Gupta.

Vijay confirmed that he has hired a Hindi tutor and went on to say that although he is well acquainted with Hindi, he hired a tutor to brush up his command over the language. The actor mentioned that he wants to be fluent with the language in order to connect well with the role and  the Hindi speaking audience who’ll be watching his film.

This approach of the current south Indian actors and actresses is inspiring, to be seen working hard to attain a grip over the character, where earlier all popular South Indian actors used to rely on dubbing artists. For example Sri Devi too got her dialogues dubbed in her Bollywood in the initial days of her career when she was not fluent enough with the language. Similarly, superstar Rajnikanth too has been dubbed by popular artist Mayur Vyas in various bollywood movies.

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