Deepika Padukone learns Bengali for 'Piku'

DECCAN CHRONICLE
Published Nov 21, 2014, 11:48 pm IST
Updated Jan 10, 2016, 8:38 am IST
The actress has been learning Bengali from the locals in Kolkata
The makers have successfully managed to keep the story under wraps, just highlighting the uncanny father-daughter relationship.
 The makers have successfully managed to keep the story under wraps, just highlighting the uncanny father-daughter relationship.

Mumbai: After playing a Tamilian, Gujarati, Maharastrian and Goan lass in her films, Deepika Padukone will play a Bong in Shoojit Sircar's 'Piku'. The 'Happy New Year' actress who is shooting in Kolkata, is learning Bengali language for her character in the film.

She says, "I've played a Tamilian in 'Chennai Express', a Gujarati in 'Ram-Leela', a Maharashtrian in 'Happy New Year', a Goan in 'Finding Fanny'... and now a Bengali in Piku. It's always fun to learn a new language. It's an altogether different learning experience."
 
According to a report in DNA, not just the language Deepika also wants to learn the right accent for it, so she spends a lot of time interacting with the locals there. Deepika surely likes to get into the skin of her characters and play it perfect to the t.
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