Sharib Hashmi on his role in Malhar: Had to learn Kutchhi dialect

The film has been written and directed by Vishal Kumbhar and produced by Praful Pasad
Sharib Hashmi on his role in Malhar: Had to learn Kutchhi dialect

Actor Sharib Hashmi, known for his roles in The Family Man (2019) and Filmistaan (2012), will next be seen in the role of a tourist guide in Malhar.

Written and directed by Vishal Kumbhar and produced by Praful Pasad, the film also stars Rishi Saxena, Anjali Patil, Shrinivas Pokale, Mohammad Samad, and Akshata Acharya in pivotal roles.

Talking about his role, Sharib said, "My character is a tourist guide named Mohan. He's a sweet guy who tries to speak in broken English with foreign tourists. I really liked the character."

Regarding the preparations and challenges he faced, he mentioned, "The story is based in Kutch, so I had to learn the Kutchhi dialect for the role. Yes, the movie is dubbed in Marathi, and I have done that too.”

Malhar is produced by Praful Pasad and will be released in Hindi and Marathi in theatres on May 31.

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