Udita minds her language for Hollywood
Model-turned-actor Udita Goswami, who wants to make a career in Hollywood, is trying to speak English slowly in order to train for the roles she may get. Here's more on it...hollywood Updated: Apr 13, 2011 15:25 IST
Udita Goswami is ‘slowing down’ for Hollywood. Although the
girl has impressed with her outings in H-Town social circles, she is working hard to slow down her spoken English. “Udita has been very impressive in her Hollywood outings. She has impressed with right approach towards Hollywood, but her accent needs to be corrected,” says US-based celebrity manager Simone Sheffield.
For the uninitiated, Udita just returned from the US a few weeks back after a two-month long trip of Los Angeles. During her stay in LA, she met Danny Boyle, Gerard Butler and Denzel Washington. According to Simone, Udita impressed everyone with her simplicity, openness and warmth at the party.
“Udita speaks fast English and needs to slow down. And I think that’s what she is trying to achieve now. According to me, Indians speak English faster than Americans, Brits and Australians. You must slow down to make it easier to understand,” she said.
Simone, who has represented Aishwarya Rai-Bachchan for about ten years in the international market before splitting recently, is also impressed with Bipasha Basu.
“I have a lot of confidence in Bipasha. She is beautiful and has a great physique. And if she is really keen on a career in the west, there’s a strong possibility of her doing well. She is packaged very well for Hollywood,” she says, adding, “Indians are the most beautiful people” in the world. “If an Indian actor is serious about a career in Hollywood, they can really play a lot of characters,” says Simone.
Udita, on her part, is keen to pursue a career in Hollywood and has hired a manager, publicist and a lawyer in the US. Reportedly, she has also written a story. And nowadays, she is busy turning it into a script and screenplay.
“It’s a women-centric film about a girl. I’m really not sure when the film would go on the floors. If it doesn’t work in Bollywood, I am surely giving it to Hollywood,” she stated recently.