Mumbai: When Bollywood’s current hot favorite comes in support of her spouse what more do you expect than a revelation. Isn’t it the best feeling when your better half supports and stands by not just during your thick and thins but holds your hand and supports you in your new ventures?
Daniel Weber who is set to make his Bollywood debut with “Dangerous Husn” has been taking hindi lessons in order to improve his hindi diction. Guess who’s helping the handsome hunk.
Daniel looks forward to speaking in Hindi for his films and wants to do movies that he would love to watch as a spectator. “I’m still learning every day, and I’m learning to adapt and adjust. I work as much as I can. I have learnt to read and write, I try to watch films without subtitles so that I can understand Hindi better” further adding “I started taking Hindi classes few months back. I understand at least 80 percent. I’m trying really hard. I have been a citizen of India since quite some time so I understand the basic hindi but speaking in day to day life is different than delivering dialogues in hindi”
Elaborating about Sunny Leone being his teacher, Daniel says “Sunny indeed helps me a lot. She speaks to me in Hindi so that I can be well versed with the language which will help with my dialogues. We stay connected through the day and she constantly advises me about the camera look, my dialogues etc. She’s been not just a wife but also a dotting teacher to me”
Produced by Netra Cinematics , Directed by Dinesh Tiwari ,Written by Sameeir Modi , Music Dj Sheizwood , Co Producer Lalit Paikray, Inndresh badola.
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