It’s time for model-turned-actress Esha Gupta to experiment with an avatar she may not be entirely familiar with.
After making a ‘glamorous’ debut in Jannat 2, she will also don a similar look in Vikram Bhatt’s next, opposite Emraan Hashmi. However, in Prakash Jha’s next film, Esha will go completely de-glam. Her character is that of a cop.
Esha not only took part in several workshops to perfect her new look and role, she also performed some stunts from a helicopter. Jha points out, “Esha did around 10 workshops with us to get into the skin of her character. She learnt the basic nuances of getting the right body language, look and dialect as she plays a cop from Bhopal.”
The director adds, “She did a very good stunt sequence on a helicopter where the door was open and there was a lot of firing. It was quite a daredevil act, which we shot in a jungle near Pachmarhi.”
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