October 04, 2011
Nani feels he had never worked so hard for dubbing a film like he did recently for Pilla Zamindar. He says, "I would go seriously, regularly to the dubbing studio, it reminded me of my school days. This is the first time I took 16 days to dub and each day was different."
Nani reveals there are different kinds of scenes and zillion dialogues and varied moods. If one day there was an emotional scene, the other day there would be comedy, and he would be screaming his guts out, speaking archaic and bookish Telugu. There was an elaborate stage drama as well and pathos on a different occasion.
"I'm there throughout the film, driving it and the modulations took a lot of time and I was striving hard to get it right," he adds. Currently he is in Chennai for Gautham Menon's project. He is doing the Telugu version while Jeeva the Tamil and Aditya Roy Kapur the Hindi version.