• Tuesday, November 28, 2023


Here’s how the cast of ‘Laapata Ladies’ trained to meet character requirements

By: Mohnish Singh

Kiran Rao’s Laapataa Ladies is one of the most anticipated films. The recently released teaser left the masses impressed, offering a glimpse into the uproarious comedy adventure of the film’s world. Besides this, what piqued the mass’s attention was the promising lead cast of the film.

Since the teaser for Laapata Ladies was released, the masses have been praising the lead cast of the film. The characters of lead actors Pratibha Rana, Sparsh Shrivastav, and Nitanshi Goel belong to the heartlands of India in the film.

All the lead characters of the film went to an intense and sincere workshop session for the film. They attended the preparation session for the film. Kiran Rao gets trained in dialect, language, body language, and a different form of acting to meet the requirements of their character in the film.

All three actors come from the metropolises of India, and after the teaser, the masses were surprised to know that they do not belong to any village or town in the film. This is surely the result of the dedication and hard work the lead actors of Kiran Rao’s film put in. The efforts they have given to the film despite being from Mumbai are commendable, as they gave the film two months of complete preparation.

The training session was required to get the actors into the craft of their characters. This is the approach of Kiran Rao; she, as a filmmaker, leaves no stone unturned in making her every project a perfect one. Having delivered some of the highest quality content to the audience, expectations are high for her forthcoming Laapata Ladies too.

Presented by Jio Studios, Laapataa Ladies is directed by Kiran Rao and produced by Aamir Khan and Jyoti Deshpande.

The film, which is releasing on January, 5th 2024, has been made under Aamir Khan Productions and Kindling Productions, with the script based on an award-winning story by Biplab Goswami.

The screenplay and dialogue are written by Sneha Desai, while the additional dialogues have been jotted down by Divyanidhi Sharma.

Related Stories