Anushka Sharma feels she's represented the ghost community well in 'Phillauri', here's why – It was fun to play a non-living character, says Anushka
Actress Anushka Sharma, who will be essaying the role of a ghost bride in her second production Phillauri, says she does believe in ghosts. During media interaction to promote her upcoming flick, the Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi star revealed, "I believe ghosts exist and I have felt it too."
The 28-year-old then described her experience of becoming one and said, "It was fun to play a non-living character. Normally we play characters which are in the flesh and its boring to portray a living character in each film. You should keep doing a different thing. I think I've represented the ghost community well by presenting their feelings in front of all of you."
Anushka ventured into production with 2015 thriller NH-10 and is now gearing up for her banner's next project starring Diljit Dosanjh. When asked as to what she enjoys the most, the actress replied, "I enjoy being both, an actor and producer. I have realised that with more responsibilities, I tend to perform better. It's because I get to collaborate on a film from scratch, from the beginning of it. This is creatively an extremely satisfying experience."
"For example right now when I am working on Imtiaz Ali's film, I just act and that's it. But when it's your film, there is even more involvement which I really enjoy," added the PK star. Phillauri has been garnering positive reviews from all over and the actress is quite happy with the "encouraging response" from the industry as she said, "I feel very happy when the audience and industry people say good things about Phillauri."
On a related note, the Anshai Lal-directorial is set to hit the big screens on March 24.