"I never really worked towards it (working with the Khans of the film industry). For me, it's always been about the script and the director. In my career, I feel fortunate that I could work with them," said Anushka
"For me, as an actor, it is great to work with the Khans, who have every possible experience one can have in the film industry. They have been around for more than two decades. There is a lot one can observe and learn when you are working with them," said Anushka Sharma
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Salman Khan stars in Sultan as a Haryanvi wrestler opposite actress Anushka Sharma. The film is his Eid offering for this year
"Everything that I am going to do as an actress doesn't matter where it's coming from. It just has to be interesting. I don't want to go and play a cliched Indian girl," said Anushka Sharma
"I got a politician's role opposite superstar Salman Khan, thanks to director Ali Abbas Zafar, who recommended my name to the selectors. I recorded my audition and sent it and the rest, as they say, is history," Satish Sharma said.
"The thing that I got most fascinated by Salman was that he is still very unexplored as an actor. There is a certain persona that people have made around him. But once you get to know him, there is definitely lots and lots of talent. That is what makes him such a big star today. He is very identifiable," said Ali Abbas Zafar
Anushka Sharma and Virat Kohli have reportedly been dating since 2013, but are believed to have called it quits in 2016, after Virat unfollowed her on social media and posted a photo of himself on Instagram cryptically captioned 'Heartbroken' - he later deleted it
"To be honest, I was a little concerned on how much would she be able to manage in just six weeks. But I have faith in Anushka's complete commitment to her work. She has coped up with a tough training schedule without a break and without any complaints," said Ali Abbas Zafar
Sultan, directed by Ali Abbas Zafar stars Salman Khan and Anushka Sharma as wrestlers and is scheduled to release on Eid this year
"Met this adorable cutie in #Budapest who looks just like my dog. I think my doggie Dude might get a bit jealous. animals can brighten any terrible day ! Bless 'em," Anushka Sharma wrote on her Instagram account.
Jag Ghoomeya starts with Sultan, a Haryanvi wrestler played by Salman Khan, singing in a club reminiscing the days he had spent with Aarfa, played by Anushka Sharma.