Anushka Sharma and Varun Dhawan starrer 'Sui Dhaaga: Made In India' is emerging a worldwide success. Currently, the actress in high on her flick's wonderful performance at the box office. Even before the movie hit the theatres, it has been making waves on the social media with the infamous Anushka Sharma crying face from the movie. It has created a rage on the internet with the brilliant performances of not only the lead actors but by the full supporting cast. Directed by Sharat Katariya, this film has entered the 100 crore club.
Recently, Anushka Sharma is caught up in an interview with a leading daily who is enjoying the success of Sui Dhaaga. When asked about how does the fruit of labour feel, an elated Anushka said, "I'm very happy. I’m feeling very overwhelmed because of the kind of appreciation. Like, ‘You don’t see Anushka Sharma in it. You see Mamta. That’s the biggest compliment an actor can get. My message to Adi (Aditya Chopra) and Sharat (Katariya, director) when I saw the film was, ‘I’m glad that I did the film. I’m glad that I followed your faith in me more than my own doubts in myself."
Here are some excerpts from the interview's conversation:
When asked about who's her biggest critic at home back then, the lady answered, "My brother. He is very honest. He really liked the film. One or two issues he had with the film he told Maneesh (Sharma, co-producer) and he had seen it much earlier. They are friends. Overall he thought, it’s a good film and he was very happy about my performance."
What went behind the preparation for Mamta's role?
I really had to be very observant of women like Mamta. I had to understand that there are elements in me which can’t be there in Mamta, so I have to control those. And I have to enhance the ones that are more like her. Overall my expression as a person is very different. So, I had to be careful. Even when I was on set, I would not go back to the van. Just stay and sit in a particular way or go do something in the kitchen. People are writing on Twitter, ‘Everybody wants a wife like Mamta.'
When questioned if she also wants to be like her character Mamta as a wife, she laughed it out and said, "I am also very good. You want to hug her, you want to protect her. I think it’s the most likeable character I have done."
Anushka seems to like working with co-star Varun as when she quizzed to tell something about him, she spoke, "Varun is genuinely a very nice guy. I think he is very well brought up. Varun and I never knew each other at all; not even socially. So, everything I discovered about him was new only. I have really enjoyed being on set with him. He is so receptive as an actor. I really do root for him, as an actor."
When the actress was equipped about her personal favourite meme created by the fans, Anushka sporting replied, "Mario was really, really cool. The memes were funny you know when the trailer came out. But that scene in the movie made people cry. So, I feel very victorious. Like, I can make you laugh and cry. (Laughs)."