Bollywood actress Shraddha Kapoor is all set to make her Tollywood debut opposite Prabhas in much-talked-about upcoming film titled “Saaho” under the direction of Sujeeth.
Speaking about working for the same scene in two different languages – Hindi and Telugu, she said, “Saaho is still being shaped up, we are still shooting for it…It is one of my films that I’m shooting in small parts. We started shooting for it last year and half we started this year…so its a spread out and that’s a kind of film it is. It needs a lot of set work, a lot of location changes, and in that sense, it is pretty a large film.”
She further added, “I’m speaking in Telugu and in Hindi..I’m memorizing all my lines and not taking any prompting. It takes a very long time to memorize Telugu lines.”
When asked about learning a new language, Shraddha said, “My director would constantly sit with me and we would prep for it. It is so fascinating to speak in another language. It was a very fun experience for me. we would shoot in Hindi or Telugu, it depends on what the scene is and then we would shoot in Telugu as well. It is a lot of fun and challenging as it is a new language. Sometimes after the scene is done and I go to bed, there would be times when there are dialogues going into my head. Its actually like shooting two films into one film.”
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