Aparshakti Khurana to take special training to play deaf-mute interpreter for his upcoming film Berlin

THE FILM IS EXPECTED TO GO ON FLOORS EARLY THIS YEAR.

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Aparshakti Khurana and Ishwak Singh is all set for their spy thriller drama Berlin. Presented by Zee Studios, the film is written and will be directed by Atul Sabharwal. In the film, Aparshakti will be seen playing an interesting role of a deaf mute person.

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Talking about his character Aparshakti said, “Playing someone like a sign language expert in a thriller is exactly the kind of work I had been looking forward to doing for a very long time. I will be soon starting to work to take classes to learn sign language. It will be extensive training and workshops with an expert and I want to make sure I do the needful to learn it in as much detail.”

On working with Atul Sabharwal as director, Aparshakti says, “Atul expects you to be in top form with respect to the energy you bring to the set. It’s amazing to see his conviction towards his writing and direction.”

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Talking about the movie, the writer-director Atul Sabharwal reportedly said in a statement, “We have a great history of spy thriller films, this thriller drama weaves around the mute and deaf spy. Also, seeing Delhi city in the 90s will be the first of its kind visual interpretation while covering an exciting time in the history of the country. The team can’t wait to bring the magic on screen.”


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