Anushka Sharma was a Ragpicker and her Mother used to hit her

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Anushka Sharma was a Ragpicker and her Mother used to hit her

 

 

Bollywood actress Anushka Sharma will next be seen in her own production, Phillauri, and has been busy promoting the movie. During one of the events, the diva made quite an interesting revelation and said that there was a time when she felt she was a ragpicker.

Anushka talked about her childhood hobby when she became a part of TV show Yaar Mera Superstar with Diljit Dosanjh to promote her forthcoming film Phillauri.

When host Sangeeta told Anushka that she had heard that as a little girl she used to collect chocolate wrappers, Anushka said: “My mom used to hit me a lot for this.”

“So, what I used to do is that when I was returning home from school — our school was very near as we lived in the Army cantonment where school used to be inside only — so, while walking on the road, wherever I would find a wrapper on the way, I would pick them and even the ones that we ate the chocolate from… I would pick up wrappers from the road,” Anushka said.

The actor said: “I used to collect so many. I would put them inside shoe boxes and I would store them under my cupboard. One day, my mom opened the cupboard and saw some ants, and the way she got angry and shouted, saying ‘Have you lost your mind, who keeps these kinds of things’. I’m telling her very seriously, ‘Mom it’s my collection’ and she goes like ‘What kind of collection is this?’ I used to collect stamps, coins. I used to have a very nice stamp collection, coins I would collect, and this also, it was my hobby.”

Phillauri is an upcoming Indian Hindi romantic comedy film, directed by Anshai Lal and produced by Anushka Sharma and Karnesh Sharma under the banner of Fox Star Studios and Clean Slate Films. Director Navdeep Singh and writer Sudip Sharma are associated with the film as Creative Producers. The film will have Anushka Sharma, Diljit Dosanjh and Suraj Sharma in the lead roles. The film is scheduled for release on March 24, 2017. The film’s first official poster was released on February 3, 2017.

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