Mumbai. Anushka Sharma is going to return to the film screen after almost 5 years. The actress is very excited about her upcoming film ‘Chakda Express’ and is also sweating heavily in the field to get into the character. For those who do not know, let us tell you that Anushka is playing the role of Jhulan Goswami, a female cricketer in this film and this is the reason why Anushka is actually insisting on playing cricket to make it completely realistic.
Anushka has been seen many times in the past sharing training and preparation videos (Anushka Sharma preps in Field for Chakda Xpress) on her social media account. Now once again she has shared her best video from the field, in which it can be seen that she is trying her best to do justice to the skills of international cricketer Jhulan Goswami on screen. Since Jhulan herself is a prolific bowler, Anushka too is leaving no stone unturned to learn her bowling skills, and is sweating it out on the field this summer.
The actress has now once again shared some glimpses of her hardcore training session video, which is becoming very viral in the Instagram world. In the video, she is seen flaunting her bowling skills. He can also be seen passing the ball, drinking water to keep himself hydrated and wiping his sweat with a towel. With this video, the actress captioned, “Last few days have been like this!”
In January, Anushka shared a post detailing the film, writing, “When it was too hard for women to even think of playing the sport, at a time when Jhulan decided to become a cricketer and make her country a global leader. Decided to be proud on stage. The film is a dramatic retelling of the many examples that shaped her life and women’s cricket as well.”
Let us tell you, Jhulan Goswami is considered as one of the greatest Indian women cricketers, who also holds the world record for most wickets in One Day Internationals. He entered international cricket in 2002 and played 274 matches for India in the last 20 years. The film traces some inspiring incidents from her life and how she rose to stardom in an era when women’s cricket struggled to grab public attention. Directed by Sushant Das, the film will be released on Netflix. However, no official announcement of the release date has been made yet.
first published:April 25, 2022, 1 p.m.