February 5, 2015 8:54:36 pm
Actress Anushka Sharma, who makes her debut as a producer in the upcoming road drama “NH10”, describes her new role as a blessing and says it gives her lot of happiness.
The 26-year-old ‘PK’ star, who also plays the main lead in ‘NH10’, says it is a completely content driven film.
“I can’t differentiate myself between a producer and an actress. I want to involve with the film to the maximum as it’s a content driven film.
“Being a producer for this film gives me lot of happiness.
It’s really a blessing. I had lot of fun. When I started shooting the film, I did not concentrate on other things because I have a team of wonderful co-producers,” Anushka told reporters here during the trailer launch of the film, which
releases on March 6.
The film, directed by Navdeep Singh of ‘Manorama Six Feet Under’ fame, is co-produced by Phantom Films, Sunil and Krishika Lulla. It narrates the story of a young couple whose road trip goes wrong. ‘NH10’ does not have any songs unlike
“I have always worked in those films where I felt I can tell a good story. Songs didn’t fit in this film. We wanted to make this film as real as possible. We have made this film in the most honest way. Hopefully, people can see our efforts,”
As the film is releasing during the Cricket World Cup 2015, Anushka, who is dating new Indian Test captain Virat Kohli, said, “We will be promoting the film here (India) but if I go then you will see me there.”
In the film’s second look, which was unveiled yesterday, the model-actress was seen looking angry and about to hit someone with a rod.
“In the film we do have some action scenes, but the rest of it is very organic. It’s a real film. I really enjoyed and it was something new to do. I always feel happy when I do new things,” she said.
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