Actress Anushka Sharma said that her film Phillauri, which is her second home production, has a lot of unique elements involved. She said: "It is how you tell your story that makes a difference."
Anushka Sharma's Phillauri, which hit the theatres on Friday is a love story filmed on two couple in two different eras. Anushka's performance as a ghost bride is commendable and the film has a strong script. However, the storytelling hasn't been properly done despite good performances by the stars.
Actress Anushka Sharma, who stars in Phillauri said that her role in Sultan was very challenging and a difficult project.
Anushka Sharma said her film Phillauri itself helped her and the marketing team of the movie to come up with the idea of putting Shashi in pre-historic moments.
Anushka Sharma opened up about her new film Phillauri and said that it is not an adaptation of Tim Burton's Corpse Bride. Anushka, who hasn't even watched Corpse Bride, explained that her upcoming release is a story of being manglik and getting married to a tree, which is a very Indian deep routed superstition. While sharing her view on feminism, actress said "Being feminist doesn't mean male bashing."
Anushka said that she would love to turn her co-stars Diljit Dosanjh and Ranbir Kapoor into ghosts, as she thinks they would be scary enough.
Diljit Dosanjh says he really liked the script of Phillauri. "I cried when I heard the film's climax," Diljit said.