Anushka Sharma: "The ability to make a choice is a liberating factor, you cannot oversimplify things"
"The Wrestling portion is very good, doesn't seem fake, seems very real. You need a lot of hard work and time to learn the moves that Anushka Ji and Salman Ji have used in the movie and it looks like they are wrestlers, not actors. Aarfa as a character was really good"
"Choosing motherhood over career is empowering. Choosing your career over motherhood is empowering. The Freedom to CHOOSE is empowering," Anushka Sharma tweeted.
Sachi Muchi chronicles Sultan (Salman Khan) and Aarfa's (Anushka Sharma) love story. Sung by Mohit Chauhan and Harshdeep Kaur, Sachi Muchi is a peppy track composed by Vishal-Shekhar
"Countdown begins. Fight for redemption," Ali Abbas Zafar wrote on Twitter
"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
The song titled 440 Volts, is picturized on Salman Khan and Anushka Sharma. It is a dream sequence, wherein Sultan (played by Salman) emotes his feelings for Aarfa (played by Anushka). It can be pretty much summed up as: "Lage 440 volt choone se tere"
Salman Khan, who plays a Haryanvi wrestler in the film, falls for Anushka Sharma soon after watching her wrestling on the ground and come what may, Sultan Ali Khan states that he will marry Aarfa (played by Anushka)
Aarfa's story in the teaser is narrated by Salman himself. Salman, 50, states that women form the heart and soul of India. Aarfa, dressed simply in a salwar kameez, is seen doing all the household chores in the teaser
Mud-splattered and with a determined expression on her face, Anushka brings her opponent down on the ground with her signature move, dhobi pachad, in the picture