The glamorous actress Anushka Sharma finds it pity that Bollywood celebrities are overexposed everywhere by media, whether it is newspaper or television. It probably will be a sarcastic comment to the individuals who love fame and stardom. This behavior might be a fruit of her allegedly linked relationship to Virat Kohli and her career. At the same time, she mentioned that she remains unaffected to such kind of journals by media.
“Actors are overexposed today. Everytime I open the newspaper, I see my face, I see myself on hoardings. It is overbearing to see myself so much. My mother is happy, though. Even today she gets excited to see my face in the newspaper,” the 27 years old actress quoted saying this in an interview.
“But, I feel a certain amount of mystery should remain with actors, there should be some enigma. You should go and experience them onscreen.”
In a span of 6 months, Anushka would have been seen in 3 movies. Her first project of the year 2015 was NH10, the actress then geared up for two more movies ‘Bombay Velvet’ and ‘Dil Dhadakne Do’.
In ‘Bombay Velvet’, Anushka stars alongside Ranbir Kapoor (both working together for the first time), the role of the actress is intriguing. Read in Anushka’s voice, “Every actor has a certain energy which suits certain roles better. I was surprised when he offered me this in 2011. It was scary to control one’s natural instinct and find another route to appraoch the part.”
“It is a very internalised performance. Rosie does not say much in the movie. She expresses herself only through her songs,” she added to the statement.
“I would not want any other film to be our first film together because it is so different from everyone’s perception. It is a very strong love story and I can’t see anyone else doing Johnny’s role because Ranbir is so good in it. We next have a quintessential love story in Karan Johar’s ‘Ae Dil Hai Mushkil’.” the actress quoted.
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