It is commonly believed that Malayalam and Tamil are not very a different from one another, as languages. But the truth remains that it is nearly impossible to get the finer aspects of each language right, starting from accent, especially if you have grown up speaking the other language. Malayalam actress Amala Paul is a sensation across south Indian Woods, pursuing a major chunk of her life here in the Tamil film industry.
Though technology and talent pool have increased a great deal, to have every movie dubbed right by an expert in the language, Amala Paul believes in originality. Therefore, the actress had been taking up rigorous training in the language, to perfect the pronunciation, intonation and accent right.
Striking the right chords, Amala was well equipped to dub for herself in the recent Ilayathalapathy block buster, ‘Thalaivaa’. Going further, Amala decides to dub for herself in all her upcoming movies. But who is responsible for such a massive changeover in the actress’ language skills? Amala points finger at director AL Vijay, who was a patient Tamil teacher to the actress.
Think Amala and one tends to spontaneously relate her to bubbliness, charm and originality. What other adjective, do you think, describes Amala Paul?