Sunita Sharma, who helped actress Kangana Ranaut to learn Haryanvi for the 2015 film "Tanu Weds Manu Returns", is currently helping out the cast of new TV show "Badho Bahu" to improve their diction in the language.
As "Badho Bahu" is based in Haryana, the characters are seen speaking in Haryanvi to add to the flavour of the show.
The show features Prince Narula and Rytasha Rathore in the lead.
"I have been training the cast of 'Badho Baho' to learn Haryanvi accent for over a month and it was really an enriching experience," Sunita said in a statement.
"The best part about this experience are the actors. They are so enthusiastic and eager to learn that they are a delight to work with, especially Rytasha. She is a trained theatre artiste and picks up her lines well," Sunita added.
Interestingly, Sunita shared that she has also trained the cast of "Dangal" in Haryanvi.
"I have trained the entire cast of Aamir Khan's 'Dangal'. Hope people pour in their love and support for the same," she added.
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