EXCLUSIVE: Anushka Sharma back in action; Everything is ready to launch two films in theaters and an OTT film

After 3 years, Anushka Sharma is back as the actress has signed up to three feature films, which will debut one after the other from 2022. According to our sources, Anushka has boarded two cinema films and a huge montage. direct to digital film, which is billed as one of the most important for an Indian OTT platform.

“Anushka Sharma returns to theaters in 2022 with not one, but three big films, giving her fans plenty to celebrate. Two will be artists on the big screen and one is conceptualized as one of the greatest films to be produced for the digital space in India. The series of announcements will start from early next year, ”a source revealed.

Over the years, the actress has been part of commercial and critically acclaimed cinema – ranging from blockbusters like PK, Sultan, Sanju and Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi, to acclaimed films like Matru Ki Bijli Ka Mandola, Band Baja Baaraat , NH 10 and Pari to name a few. “After taking a break from acting, she is now preparing to be back stronger than ever. She chose these three films with the sensibilities of today’s audiences in mind and they are presented as artists with a fresh and new perspective. In the years to come, she wants to focus on her acting career and be part of a remarkably different, but extremely entertaining cinema, ”added the source.

Over the years, Anushka has established herself as a producer capable of funding content like Paatal Lok, Bulbbul, Mai, Qala to name a few. She has also appeared in 3 of her own productions – NH 10, Pari and Phillauri. Stay tuned to Pinkvilla, as we’ll bring you updates on all three projects soon!

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