Aparshakti Khurana says it right


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When Aparshakti Khurana joined the cast of `Dhokha Round D Corner`, he knew that the film would require more intensive prep than his other projects. The actor, after all, was making a departure from his comic roles to essay the part of a Kashmiri terrorist in the R Madhavan, Darshan Kumaar and Khushalii Kumar-starrer. Before director Kookie Gulati took the thriller on floors earlier this year, Khurana trained with a dialect coach for six weeks to perfect the Kashmiri accent.

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Elaborating on his prep, the actor says, “Dhokha is a different kind of film. I could not have approached it the same way I did my other characters, especially because I am known for comedy. Kashmiris have a different accent that is unique to them. Getting the diction right was important. I roped in a Kashmiri tutor to keep it more authentic.” The suspense thriller studies the dark side of human relationships, as it traces how a couple’s lives change in a day when a terrorist break into their home.