Bollywood actress Anushka Sharma, who appeared previously in Jab Tak Hai Jaan, which makes the 100-crore mark though, says she isn’t aiming for 100-crore club next. The actress isn’t known for signing a film after calculating whether it comes with the potential of scoring a century.
“You know how I look at it? I always question myself and wonder that whether as an ‘actress’ per se, I am being helped by any means if a film of mine does 100 crore. I mean what bearing does it have on my acting skills,” she told reporters.
Her 2013 film Matru Ki Bijlee Ka Mandola, wasn’t designed as a 100-crore film and now that the actress is turning producer with her upcoming film NH10, there are no ‘let’s-make-it-a-100-crore-phenomenon’ sentiments attached with the project.
Anushka has two big projects in 2014 – P.K. and Bombay Velvet.
“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,” she added.
Anurag Kashyap’s Bombay Velvet will see Anushka and Ranbir Kapoor together on the screen. The film is being produced under the banner of Fox Star Studios.