Iulia Vantur is busy brushing up on her Hindi skills for big Bollywood debut!

DECCAN CHRONICLE
Published Nov 21, 2018, 2:49 am IST
Updated Nov 21, 2018, 10:54 am IST
The Romanian beauty has also sung quite a few Hindi songs and is also doing other songs as a singer.
Iulia Vantur.
 Iulia Vantur.

Iulia Vantur who is making her debut with the film Radha Kyun Gori Main Kyun Kaala is brushing up on her Hindi skills. The Romanian beauty has also sung quite a few Hindi songs and is also doing other songs as a singer, one of them being with Mika Singh.

However, she still doesn’t have a tongue for Hindi, “The basic challenge is the language in the film. I can understand what people say, but I am making a sincere effort to speak Hindi properly. I might struggle a bit with speaking my lines, but the whole team including my director is helping me cope with that,” she narrates.

 

In the film Iulia plays Julia Bien, a polish girl who is a Krishna bhakt from childhood and the actress is really fond of her character, “I like my character. She seems very fragile, but she is very strong from the inside. She can fend for herself and her family.

Iulia VanturIulia Vantur

And she gets a lot of help from her husband when she is going through her
troubles,” says Iulia.

The upcoming actress comes off as a spiritually awakened person herself when she says, “While I was shooting for the poster, I was thinking of God and one’s love for God. In this film, it is about Krishna, but then God is universal. Be it for Krishna, Allah or Jesus, the emotions are the same. It is about happiness and surrendering yourself to the divine energy.” she philosophises.

Currently, the film crew is shooting at the birthplace of Lord Krishna in Mathura, as they want everything to be very authentic. Iulia has come a long way before basing her feet in Bollywood and her family has always been supportive she explains, “When I told them that I will be singing, they didn’t realise that I would be singing in Hindi. Later when I told them about my acting and the fact that my character would be raped etc, they were traumatised. But they understood I was doing it for a good cause. I keep telling them everything that I do and they support me,” she says.      

  — Sanskriti Media

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