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Watch Anushka Sharma put on sindoor, bangles to turn into Mamta in new Sui Dhaga featurette

Anushka Sharma has shared a video describing her journey as Mamta for upcoming movie, Sui Dhaga.

Updated: Aug 30, 2018 14:35:59

By HT Correspondent

Anushka Sharma as Mamta in Sui Dhaga. She stars in the film opposite Varun Dhawan.

Some movie roles take a lot of hours in the make up chair and some none at all. Actor Anushka Sharma has shared a new video on her upcoming movie Sui Dhaga, detailing the process that helped her get in the shoes of her character, Mamta.

Anushka, who wears synthetic and cotton sarees throughout the movie, says in the video that she was always sure she would look right for the role. “Maneesh (Sharma, producer) and Sharat (Katariya, director) were not sure how I would be convincing as Mamta. Adi (Aditya Chopra, producer) also was like I don’t know if you will be able to look like you belong in that world but I never had a doubt for a second. I never thought that I would look the part,” she says in the video.

 

“When I say I had no make-up in the film, I literally mean this was the easiest getting ready process for me,” said the Zero star.



Anushka captioned the video as, “The best part of playing Mamta? I was ready in 20 minutes flat! Watch what went into getting Mamta’s look right.”

 

Directed by Sharat Katatria and produced by Yash Raj Films, Sui Dhaaga also stars Varun Dhawan. Anushka and Varun, who have come together for the first time on-screen, beautifully portray a heartwarming story of pride and self reliance while taking the message of ‘Made in India’ forward.

The film is all set to hit the big screens on September 28.

(With inputs from ANI)

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First Published: Aug 30, 2018 14:35:41

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