Actress Anushka Sharma, who is currently busy promoting her film “NH 10”, credits her films “PK” and “Bombay Velvet” for igniting passion for cinema in her. “Films affect you on a personal level because this is the life you lead – 95 percent of my life is about my work.
“Playing different roles also affects you and a huge credit goes to ‘PK’ and ‘Bombay Velvet’. For the kind of passion it developed inside me for cinema is great,” Anushka told reporters in a group interview. In the film, Anushka will be seen fighting for her survival along with her husband, played by Neil Bhoopalam, after their road trip turns out to be a complete nightmare.
The actress says portraying the role with conviction was physically challenging for her. “It was physically very challenging so I started training myself accordingly. We also did workshops to build the chemistry between the characters,” said Anushka, who has also turned producer with the film. Directed by Navdeep Singh and co-produced by Eros International and Phantom Films, the film is slated to release March 6.
After featuring in hit films like “Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi”, “Band Baaja Baaraat” and “PK” among others, actress Anushka Sharma is now keen to do a television show. Anushka was present on the set of crime-based show “Savdhaan India” to promote her upcoming film “NH10” when she was asked about her plans to make an entry into small screen.
To that she said: “No, actually I haven’t thought about it. But, I always be open for every kind of creative opportunity that might come my way. So, in near future if a show that has a good story comes my way , so I would be open for sure.” Directed by Navdeep Singh, “NH10” is a story of couple that goes on a road trip which gets transformed into a complete nightmare, making it a fight for survival. Apart from Anushka, the film also star Neil Bhoopalam and Darshan Kumaar in key roles and it is slated to release March 6. (IANS)