Charmy Kaur's career in Telugu film industry is hanging in the balance. Her series of failures has made her to focus on other film industries in general and Bollywood in particular. After getting ticket to B-town with Puri Jagannath's Bbuddah Hoga Terra Baap, the actress is leaving no stone unturned to stabilise her uncertain future. Hence, she has brushed up her Hindi.
The Mangala actress says that it has been 10 years since she entered the Tollywood. Her long association with this industry has made her 'Telugu ammayi' (Telugu girl). But at the cost of her mother-tongue, as she has lost touch in Hindi. Now that Bollywood is calling her, Charmy Kaur has polished her speaking skills.
Charmy Kaur further explains that for her upcoming Bollywood movie Zilla Ghaziabad, the actress has to be fluent in Ghaziabadi accent. After finding it difficult to speak in that style at the initial stage of the film, she decided to learn the nuances of typical Ghaziabadi Hindi and learnt it through a language trainer.