Revealed the First look of Hinglish Vinglish

On Saturday, July 28th, 2012


Sridevi and Mehdi Nebbou in ‘Hinglish Vinglish’.

Producer R Balki’s upcoming flick Hinglish Vinglish is primed to hit the theatres on 21st September and makers of the movie have recently revealed its first look. The poster illustrates the duo protagonists (Sridevi and Mehdi Nebbou) walking along a street and busy in some pleasant talk. While their chemistry looks superb on the poster, their apparel makes us envisage the atmosphere belonging to a foreign country.    

Hinglish Vinglish is regarded as Sridevi’s comeback film after long 14 years sabbatical and French actor Mehdi is playing the actress’ love interest in the movie. The movie characterizes Mehdi as a Frenchman, who turns into an intimate friend and confidante of Sridevi, as the duo takes coaching in English language and simultaneously they struggle to cope up with their individual life in the atmosphere of the foreign land.

It’s a matter of their characterization in reel life. But now we hear that Mehdi also has become a big fan of Sridevi in real life after shooting with her. Even it’s reported that he got much impressed with the actress’ graveness and tranquility and hence taught her some French in return for a modicum of Tamil.

Talking about his know-how about Sridevi during shooting of the movie, producer Balki said to TOI, “It was a really curious anomaly. On screen, Sridevi was playing a very talkative woman. But once the camera was off, she was very reserved, at least initially.”

The movie is also going to caricature mega star Amitabh Bachchan in a cameo just for three minutes and will be dubbed into two other languages Telugu and Tamil and will be released on the same day the original will release. However, while all the actors of the original version will work in the Tamil version, but Amitabh Bachchan will not do the three-minute cameo because Tamil star Ajith is going to be replaced with him.

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