Anushka Sharma says Goodbye to Bollywood After Zero’s Failure?

Anushka Sharma, who was last seen opposite Shah Rukh Khan in 2018 box office debacle Zero, hasn’t signed her next project yet. Recently, the 31-year-old actress producer opened up about why she hasn’t signed another movie or project as yet.

In an interview with Hindustan Times, Anushka revealed that she’s now in a space where she doesn’t need to sign films to fill up time.

"I think I have reached that position and security as an actor in my career, where I don't need to do things or sign films just because I have to fill up time,” the actress told HT.

Anushka Sharma further added that after exhausting herself with demanding roles in the year of 2018 and working in a fashion for the last three years, she just wants to take a break now and sit back and relax. "In the past three years, I have been working in a fashion which was very hectic and I have done roles which were extremely demanding. In one calendar year to do a film like Pari, Sui Dhaaga and Zero, it's not easy and takes a toll on you. All are different, and required a lot of prep. You feel you want to sit back and take a call,” the actress added.

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Speaking about being a producer, the actress said, "We have been producing shows for streaming platforms, a film too. Those are things that also require my time, and in my case, it's very different. I am an actor at the same time. There are things that I do behind the scenes, which obviously people are not going to be privy to."

Last seen in Zero, Anushka, otherwise a competent actress whose performance in films like Sui Dhaaga, NH10 etc has been praised a lot, came in for criticism for the way she portrayed her character Aafiya, a scientist with cerebral palsy in the film.

Along with Pari, Sui Dhaaga and Zero, Anushka Sharma was also seen in Rajkumar Hirani’s Sanju in 2018.

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