After Pari, Anushka Sharma's production house may announce three new projects with young talent
Anushka Sharma-starrers NH10, Phillauri and the much-recent Pari dealt with unconventional subjects; had a female star in the lead and were helmed by young filmmakers, and they turned out successful at the box office.
Anushka Sharma, over the years, has proven that there's more to her than being yet another star in Hindi cinema. Along with her acting prowess, her film production acumen has come to everyone's attention. NH10, Phillauri and the much-recent Pari dealt with unconventional subjects; they had a female star (Anushka) in the lead and were helmed by young filmmakers. Most importantly, these films turned out to be successful at the box-office.
Taking this journey forward, it is now reported that Sharma's production house, Clean Slate Films, may announce three upcoming projects soon, as per a report by DNA.
The DNA report further adds that both Sharma and her brother-cum-business partner Karnesh Sharma have been going through various scripts for some time now. They have reportedly locked three out of them which belong to diverse genres, a practice that Sharma's production has maintained since it was launched.
Like her previous films, the upcoming ones too boast of a fresh and young fleet of actors, filmmakers, writer and technicians, adds the DNA report.
On the acting front, Sharma is all set to star opposite Varun Dhawan in Sharat Katariya's Sui Dhaaga before she teams up again with her Jab Tak Hai Jaan co-stars Shah Rukh Khan and Katrina Kaif for Aanand L Rai's Zero.
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