If versatile actor Govinda is euphoric about his dynamic contrast ‘double role’ of a flamboyant play-boy and a staunch sanyaasi in producer Pahlaj Nihalani’s musical movie ‘Rangeela Raja’ directed by Sikandar Bharti, then his co-star female lead of the film, Digangana Suryavanshi is also too excited over her ‘double-debut’ release on the same day. Enthuses Digangana in her slight-American drawl accent, “I am told I have created a Bollywood record-history, when both of my ‘debut’ movies ‘FryDay’ and ‘Jalebi’ released on the same day, two weeks ago. A month later, it will be a ‘hat-trick’ for me when ‘Rangeela Raja’ also releases in mid-November. It’s an honour working for Pahlaj Sir who is considered lucky for newcomers,” insists the articulate actress who is also a novelist and was the youngest-ever contestant on the volatile TV reality show ‘Bigg Boss-9’. The ensemble cast of ‘Rangeela.’ also has vivacious actresses Mishika Chaurasia and Anupama Agnihotri making their debut as leads opposite Govinda. Interestingly, for Digangana who plays the ‘ayyaaash’ Govinda’s dignified homely wife, it was a challenge to speak in the Rajasthani accent. “But I have this flair to pick-up ethnic accents and so lived up my ethnic-glam role. People feel I am blessed with this natural talent that I can ‘tearfully cry and sob’ for a movie-take without using any glycerin,” shrugs ‘Diggy’ (that’s what Govinda fondly calls her) as she signs off.