After wrapping up the shoot of Vishal Bharadwaj and Shahid Kapoor's next, Rangoon, Kangana Ranaut is all geared up to start her next project with filmmaker Hansal Mehta titled Simran where in she will essay the character of an ambitious Gujarati girl.
Kangana, who will be essaying the titular character in Simran, is currently prepping for the role by watching Gujarati films and plays.
As told by Mehta himself to the daily, Simran is going to be a shot in Gujarat, Atlanta, San Francisco, San Jose, Las Vegas, and maybe even in Los Angeles.
Since the director wants to make it as authentic as possible, Kangana has been asked to learn local dialects and the team will soon be meeting not just the locals of the state but also Gujarati NRIs to understand their lifestyle.
Earlier, revealing details about her character in the film, Kangana had said:
"I play a bank robber in the film. The story is inspired by real-life incidents but not directly by Sandeep Kaur. It's about a Gujarati girl who dreams of making it big, she sets out to fulfill her mother's dream but ends up losing everything. She is very self-assured, that's an endearing trait about the community."
While Simran will be directed by Hansal Mehta, the story of the film has been penned down by Apurva Asrani, a National Award-winning editor, who has earlier written the screenplays of critically acclaimed films like Shahid, Citylights, and Saty
-- quotes from Mumbai Mirror