Happy Birthday Anushka Sharma: From Being Involved In Cricket Even Before Virat Kohli To Her Connect With Satyajit Ray, 8 Facts About Anushka Sharma

As Anushka Sharma celebrates her 33rd birthday, he are 8 unknown facts about the actress that you didn't know.

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Happy Birthday Anushka Sharma: From Being Involved In Cricket Even Before Virat Kohli To Her Connect With Satyajit Ray, 8 Facts About Anushka Sharma
In 2008 Anushka Sharma had a debut that every girl dreams of. A film opposite King Khan, Shah Rukh Khan. Rab Ne Bana di Jodi made Anushka an overnight star and from there on it was no looking back. Anushka today is not only known as a successful actor or a producer, Sharma has also played the role of a perfectly supportive wife and is now a proud mother to her daughter Vamika. 

As we celebrate her 33rd birthday, here are 8 unknown facts about the Band Baaja Baaraat actor that you might have bit known. 

1. Anushka comes from an army background; she spent her childhood moving from city to city with her army-man father.

2. Cricket and Anushka Sharma go back a long way. Her brother was a state-level cricket player.

3. Anushka Sharma was a top-notch model in Bangalore before she moved to Mumbai and Bollywood to try her luck. Within one year she got Yashraj Films' Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi.


4. Not too many know this but Anushka's Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi was inspired by Satyajit Ray's Apur Sansar.

5. Anushka was a big Shah Rukh Khan fan much before she did her first film. At age 3 she had danced at a family function to the song 'Kitaaben Bahot Si Padhi Hogi Tumne' from Baazigar.



6. Anushka Sharma is the only actress to be directed by both father Yash and son Aditya Chopra in Jab Tak Hai Jaan and Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi. Only Shah Rukh Khan had that privilege before her.

7. During the shooting of her third film Band Baaja Baaraat Anushka constantly had heated arguments with her co-star Ranveer Singh about the approach to their scenes. She's a one-take actor. He is a method actor. They couldn't see eye to eye.

8. Anushka Sharma played a jazz crooner in  Bombay Velvet. She got to do a  jazz version of Geeta Dutt's 'Jata Kahan Hai Deewane'.




Image Source: Instagram/anushkasharma, youtube/yrf, spotboye archives
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