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‘Prithviraj’ Director Lauds Manushi Chillar’s Dialogue & Language Skills: “Her Command On Hindi Language Is Unparalleled”

'Prithviraj' director Chandraprakash Dwivedi lauds Manushi's dialogue, language skills
‘Prithviraj’ director Chandraprakash Dwivedi lauds Manushi’s dialogue, language skills ( Photo Credit – Wikimedia; IMDb )

Director Chandraprakash Dwivedi, who has helmed the upcoming Akshay Kumar-starrer ‘Prithviraj’, revealed that Manushi Chillar, who is making her debut with his directorial, is very particular and disciplined in her work.

Speaking at the trailer launch of his historical biopic, he praised Manushi’s approach to work, he said, “What I appreciate about Manushi is her dedication and sheer sense of discipline. She learnt all the dialogues by heart, even if you, I ask her today, she will mouth her dialogues with absolute finesse.”

Akshay Kumar, who was also present at the trailer launch quipped, “Khud ke hi nahi, aaju baaju waalon ke bhi bol ke bata degi (Not just hers but she easily remembers the dialogue of her every co-actor in the frame).”

The director further said, “To add to that, her command on Hindi language is unparalleled. I’m very happy to have worked with Manushi Chillar as the basic requirement of working in Hindi films is to speak clean Hindi which many actors cannot do, sadly.”

The trailer of Akshay Kumar-starrer ‘Prithviraj’ was unveiled on Monday at YRF Studios in Andheri in Mumbai. ‘

The period film has been helmed by Chandraprakash Dwivedi, who has a penchant for historical stories and whose notable works include titles like the 2003 period drama ‘Pinjar’ and epic Indian TV historical drama ‘Chanakya’.

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