Mumbai, March 29 (CINEWS): Lara Dutta, who was most recently seen in Fitoor, comes back to the screen now as Meera, an open prosecutor, in the Azhar biopic. The performing artist depicts her most recent screen symbol as a straightforward legal counselor who courageously remains for reality and is dreaded by her associates.
“It’s a testing part and I had a great time playing it since it’s an absolutely anecdotal character yet fundamental to the story,” says Lara, who is Mohammad Azharuddin’s adversary in the film as she battles the previous Indian cricketer attempting to demonstrate that he’s blameworthy of match settling.
As a feature of her prep, she addressed a legal advisor companion and watched her at work to comprehend the non-verbal communication and the better subtleties of filling the role. Chief Tony D’Souza demands that he thought Lara was able for this part requested a solid, stern look and somebody who could act well. “She experienced all the authoritative archives relating to the case. We likewise had general perusing sessions. She truly worked hard for the part,” says Tony, who saw a great deal of the free Meera in Lara herself.
They shot the majority of her parts in Hyderabad and couple of scenes in London. Lara and Tony have known each other for a considerable length of time, having done Blue together before. “She in a flash began to look all starry eyed at the part. Lara indeed, was such a great amount into the character that occasionally even off the camera she would talk the legal counselor’s dialect,” he chuckles.