Anushka Sharma and Varun Dhawan are all set to create magic on-screen with their fresh pairing in the Sharat Katariya directorial Sui Dhaaga which is only a day away from its release. To be honest, their antics had us from the word go, especially after the makers dropped the trailer. Varun Dhawan essays the role of Mauji who is out on a quest to stand on his own feet, thanks to Anushka Sharma who is playing the part of Mamta, a wife who can't see her husband being ill-treated. The trailer correctly encapsulated their journey from being 'unemployed to self-employed' with the right dose of drama. And we expect nothing else from the entire saga. Also Read: Exclusive! Anushka Sharma and Varun Dhawan reveal the most expensive piece of clothing that they own - watch video
In fact, we are kind of pinning our hopes high after an exclusive sit down with Anushka Sharma and Varun Dhawan who took us through their journey. The duo also opened up about shooting at far-off and remote locations in Chanderi and the challenges of doing so in front of a LIVE audience. Speaking about the same Anushka said, "It was difficult for sure. I feel like it was so because the roles for us were very difficult to pull off and it was very different from my being as a person. I knew it was going to be a challenging one. At the same time, managing the crowd and just to keep the focus, patience and stuff so those were difficult." Not just that, Varun also told us about the crazy crowd that would gather. "We got really lucky ki hamein ek behtreen ghar milgaya Chanderi and we were shooting over there. So that was amazing. You know, shooting on a live location just adds something. It brings out something. So we were shooting scenes where we are in an auto-rickshaw, we shot in a real hospital and these railway stations; 30,000 log toh the jab humlog Meerut main shooting kar rahe the. Somehow they came to know ki main aur Anushka wahan aarahe hain and there was a crazy crowd. It does get a little rough sometime matlab masti karne aarahe hain, they say anything, scream anything. But it adds a lot (to the performance)," he added. Watch the video here.
While we are still at it, Anushka is keeping up with her promotional schedule even with a bulging disc. A source was quoted saying, "Despite being in severe pain, Anushka is game to do everything that has been planned. Anushka is in serious, serious discomfort but she also realises that if she is unable to promote, it will impact the movie promotions. This level of commitment is certainly a rarity." And we couldn't agree more! Sui Dhaaga- Made In India, directed by Sharat Katariya, will hit the cinemas on September 28.
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