Saif Ali Khan is required to speak in colloquial Uttar Pradeshi lingo for his character in the movie Bullet Raja. Though it's a completely new language for Saif, director Tigmanshu Dhulia discouraged the usage of English language on location.
According to a leading daily, Tigmanshu Dhulia has directed everyone on the sets of Bullet Raja only to speak in Hindi. Dhulia is also all praise for Saif, as he thinks that the Chhote Nawaab is the only star actor after Aamir Khan.
Dhulia also told the daily that he's the language coach to the actor. "I brief him very closely on how to deliver his lines. He listens, absorbs, and practises the dialogues till he gets them just right," the director added.
Earlier, Saif had said, "I am very excited to be working with Sonakshi (Sinha) and I am excited to be working with Tigmanshu (Dhulia). I think it's going to be a good, fun movie. I am looking forward to start shooting. It's different from Omkara...it will be based on Tigmanshu's understanding and strengths, but yes, it will be UP (Uttar Pradesh) based."