Ranam: Prithviraj did something special for Isha Talwar during the US schedule and here are the details

Prithvi asked the Ranam crew to prepare some South Indian dishes for Isha and give her a treat.

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Ranam: Prithviraj did something special for Isha Talwar during the US schedule and here are the details

Talented actor Isha Talwar will soon be seen opposite Mollywood superstar Prithviraj in the eagerly-awaited Ranam. Significant portions of the film were shot in Detroit and Georgia in the US. And, during the US schedule, Prithvi did something special for his co-star. As it so happens, Isha was longing for some South Indian food. On coming to know about this, Prithvi asked the crew to prepare some special South delicacies for her and give her a pleasant surprise. Needless to say, she was touched by his kind actions and thanked him profusely. Thereafter, she feasted on her favourite delicacies and had a blast. Sweet!

In case you did not know, Ranam is touted to be a racy thriller and has been directed by Nirmal Sahadev. Its teaser—which was unveiled a while back—suggests that revenge will form an important part of its plot. A while ago, while talking about Ranam, Isha had said that playing a young mother was a nice experience for her.

“As an actor, observation is key. Thankfully, I’ve watched a child grow up in my house and that came to my rescue in a big way. I think all the maternal instincts came alive for this one and I had a blast being a mommy on screen,” she had added.

She had also said that shooting in the US was pleasant experience and she enjoyed it a lot.

“We shot with an extremely small crew and often joked that we felt like we were doing a student film but that was the best part about it. I also managed to take some time out for just chilling on the streets, swinging by Spanish festivals in between work. Also, we celebrated Onam with the crew in the US and had the traditional Sadhya which was quite fun,” she had told a leading daily.

So, are you looking forward to Ranam? Comments, please!



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