SAL­MAN KHAN:

HOW HE TOOK CARE TO NOT SOUND RUDE WHILE SPEAK­ING IN HARYANVI AC­CENT FOR SUL­TAN

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It was a de­light to hear Sal­man Khan’s Haryanvi ac­cent in one of the re­cently re­leased teasers of Sul­tan. The in­to­na­tion and voice mod­u­la­tion drew good ap­plause from view­ers on so­cial me­dia. While the star was quite com­fort­able ac­quir­ing the new ac­cent, the only cause of worry for him was the prospect of sound­ing rude while speak­ing it. A source said: “There is a cer­tain amount of crass­ness in Haryanvi. It’s a khari boli. Some­times when you speak in it, you may sound rude although that may not be the in­ten­tion. Sal­man didn’t want his char­ac­ter to sound rude while speak­ing in the ac­cent. His char­ac­ter is ex­tremely ma­cho but at the same time he wanted to people to fall in love with it. So, care was taken to re­move all the crass­ness from the ac­cent to main­tain the qual­ity of vul­ner­a­bil­ity and nice­ness of Sul­tan.” Sal­man, it also ap­pears, was quite at ease while learn­ing the finer as­pects of the lan­guage and ac­cent from his trainer Rahul Bagga. “Sal­man grasped the ac­cent quickly and didn’t need much cor­rec­tions. He used to come pre­pared with his lines. What is bril­liant is the way he has con­sis­tently spo­ken in the ac­cent through­out the film,” in­forms our source. Apart from Sal­man, Anushka Sharma and Ku­mud Mishra will also be heard speak­ing in the ac­cent. We tried reach­ing Rahul to know about his train­ing process but he re­mained un­avail­able for com­ment.

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