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Anushka Sharma: Working with Aamir & Ranbir is a great high
January 30, 2014 12:20:46 PM IST updated January 30, 2014 12:27:36 PM IST By Joginder Tuteja, Glamsham Editorial
Her contemporaries are adding on their tally of 100 crore successes with multiple biggies in their kitty. However Anushka Sharma, who is looking at a much eventful 2014 ahead, isn't yet putting her finger on any number yet. Though she too has a 100 crore biggie in the form of JAB TAK HAI JAAN, Anushka isn't known for signing a film after calculating whether it comes with the potential of scoring a century.
"Tomorrow if three films down the line don't make 100 crore, I don't think I would be concerned. I would rather see what have we delivered with the film and whether I gave my all or not," smiles Anushka.
She is being modest. After all, with Aamir Khan as her co-star in the Rajkumar Hirani directed affair, 100 crore is the minimum that she can be assured of. On the other hand Anurag Kashyap's BOMBAY VELVET is being put together as a magnum opus. With Ranbir Kapoor around, the film is as commercial as it gets.
Meanwhile, she is also gearing up to begin work on Navdeep Singh's NH10, which is her maiden production. Now if buzz is to be believed, the good news is that this film of hers too has bagged a biggie status now, what with Eros apparently backing it.
With as many as three major releases in a single year, Anushka indeed has a lot to look forward to. No wonder, her excitement is primarily centered on the films that she is making and the people that she is working with rather than the crores that would be filled in the coffers of the producers.
"I am fully tied up and engaged with P.K. and BOMBAY VELVET. To be working with two great directors and being paired opposite two actors that I have never worked before is a high indeed. I am enjoying those moments," smiles Anushka, "I would rather be in that space than worry about my 100 crore."