Anushka Sharma’s journey in the Bollywood industry has been like a roller coaster ride. The actress has worked in super hit movies like PK, Sultan, Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi and her debut movie Band Baaja Baarat. Though she had a rough patch in her career but still she has been quite focused towards her work and tried different kinds of role in movies like Pari and NH 10 for which she has been acclaimed by the critics. Now Anushka Sharma and Varun Dhawan’s “Sui Dhaaga – Made In India” has been released and she is quite happy with the reaction of the audience. She feels a sense of validation when her “risky” choices bear fruit and is happy with the success of the movie.
The film is produced by Yash Raj Films and directed by Sharat Katariya, and it based on entrepreneurial spirit that can drive the nation to speedy progress. It stars Anushka with Varun Dhawan. "I am very happy that the film has not only set the registers ringing but also received a lot of love from people, and that is paramount for us. I always believed that this film would reach the masses... I feel glad that the collaborative effort of Varun and me has worked for the film and we have been a part of a successful film like 'Sui Dhaaga'," Anushka told IANS in responses over email.
In the movie, Anushka plays the role of Mamta who acts like a support system to his husband during his journey to become entrepreneur. "I feel when I do diverse work like this or I do the so called 'risky' roles like these and when they do well, I feel a sense of validation for the choices that I have made. When the film is successful and my role and work gets appreciated, I get a validation from the audience that I am making the right choices and I should continue to do so. "I would have been really hurt and confused if a film like 'Sui Dhaaga' or my role in the film hadn't got the appreciation that it has as somewhere I believe that if I play a character like Mamta who is so different to who I am as a person and literally who is at the opposite end of the spectrum to who I am, and if this role had not been received by the audience even though I wanted it to, I would have been really upset."
However, for her it is heartening that the audience noticed a transformation. "Like I have transformed on-screen... One could not see any traces of Anushka Sharma in Mamta. For any actor, that's the biggest compliment and I hope they will continue to appreciate the diverse work that I am going to do in my career here onwards," Anushka added. Anushka Sharma is also a film producer and is known to back content like "NH10", "Pari" and "Phillauri" that are not conventionally Bollywood.
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