Adah Sharma practices expletives with parents for HUM HAI RAAHI CAR KE
May 24, 2013 04:48:12 PM IST updated May 24, 2013 06:25:09 PM IST By Joginder Tuteja, Glamsham Editorial
Mouthing expletives is the in thing and Bollywood is pretty much revelling on that. While several male actors went all out in recently released SHOOTOUT AT WADALA when it came to using flowery language, even females are not far behind. Though it is still controlled and 'just for fun' in this week's release HUM HAI RAAHI CAR KE, Adah Sharma does have some mouthful to her credit. In order to ensure that she got it all correct, she actually practiced her dialogues at home and in the process made her parents wonder what she was up to.
Laughs Adah, ''I don't think girls get to do that in movies. So when I was getting a chance to mouth some expletives, I said to myself that let me have some fun along with. After all, it was all harmless and as a matter of fact, I am not even allowed to finish my words. You have to be careful about Censors, you know.''
However she wasn't interrupting herself while practising at home and used the choicest of 'desi gaalis' to perfect her tone.
''Yes, I did practice that a lot at home and when I was doing that, faces of my parents had to be seen,'' she chuckles, ''It was quite important for me to get this 'bindaas' thing right and what better way to just be myself and play natural than to have my parents present as an audience and tell me if it was sounding cute or cheap. After an initial shock, they were very amused. Finally when I was on the sets, I didn't have any apprehensions and if required, I would have gone all the way.''
This wasn't really needed though because even the limited amount of colourful tone in her dialogues has been further pruned by the Censors. However, the flavour remains.