She is taking lessons in the Haryanvi language as well as honing her dialect, and also working on nuances of body language for the role.
Actress Yami Gautam has taken the method route for her role of a Haryanvi girl in the upcoming film, Dasvi. She is taking lessons in the Haryanvi language as well as honing her dialect, and also working on nuances of body language for the role.
“This is the first time that I will be playing a Haryanvi character on screen. It is a completely different challenge for me,” Yami tells IANS.
“I am currently working on the language. I love taking up new challenges that help me push my creative horizons. I hope I can surprise my audience,” Yami Gautam added about the Dinesh Vijan directorial that also stars actors Abhishek Bachchan and Nimrat Kaur.
Recently, Yami Gautam walked down memory lane and reminisced about her journey from her television commercial days to her current stint in Hindi cinema.
Yami posted a throwback picture on Instagram where she can be seen shooting for a TVC as a background artist while sharing screen space with actress Asin Thottumkal. Yami is draped in a saree.
“Feel nothing short of happiness looking at this picture. It was my birthday and I remember my mother sitting at far away and watching me work since early morning,” she wrote.
Yami has also been roped in for Faraar directed by Aniruddha Roy Chowdhury, who earlier helmed Pink. She will also be seen in Behzad Khambata’s A Thursday, which will mark her debut in the OTT space. She has three more projects in hand.