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She’s hardly a few days old,but Anushka Sharma sure knows her way around B Town. After bagging a plump role in Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi,the girl has started the New Year shooting right to the top.

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January 8, 2009 2:27:55 am

She’s hardly a few days old,but Anushka Sharma sure knows her way around B Town. After bagging a plump role in Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi,the girl has started the New Year shooting right to the top. Apparently,in a poll, viewers of Hindi news channel Aaj Tak have voted “Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi” as the best film of the year 2008. They have also declared Anushka as the debutante of the year and acknowledged Aditya Chopra’s return behind the camera as the best directorial turn of the year. Clearly,the sensitivity and humour with which the film depicted the initial moments in the life of a newly married couple has struck a chord with Indian viewers. Says Anushka,“It was an honour to work with Aditya,Shah Rukh Khan and the entire Yash Raj Films team. To win any kind of recognition on top of that is just icing on the cake. I hope that my subsequent work will live up to the expectations that viewers have of me after this kind of a stellar launch that Yash Raj Films has given me.” 2008 ended with a bang for Yash Raj Films,let’s see what 2009 brings,starting the unusual tale of “New York” directed by Kabir Khan.

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