Anushka Sharma drops new glimpses of her upcoming movie 'Chakda Xpress'


Anushka Sharma | Photo: Instagram @anushkasharma

New Delhi: Bollywood actor Anushka Sharma dropped a behind-the-scenes video of her upcoming movie 'Chakda Xpress' on social media.

Taking to her Instagram handle, the 'Sultan' actor treated fans with glimpses of her new project.

Sharing the video, she wrote, "Here's a glimpse into the Chakda 'Xpress journey with our earnest director @prositroy."

The video featured scenes from the script session, shots of Anushka on sets and ground, to Jhulan Goswami training Anushka.

The director of the film gave the voice-over and give the details about the movie.

As soon as the video was posted, the actor's fans and friends of the industry chimed into the comment section.

Anushka's husband Virat Kohli reacted with heart emojis.

Also, the legendary pacer Jhulan Goswami dropped heart emojis.

'Chakda Xpress' marks the comeback of the 'Dil Dhadakane Do' actor after her last release 'Zero' in 2018 with Shah Rukh Khan and Katrina Kaif.

Directed by Prosit Roy, 'Chakda Xpress' is a sports biopic film based on the life of former Indian cricketer Jhulan Goswami, which will stream exclusively on Netflix. The final release date of the film is still awaited.

The 'Ae Dil Hai Mushkil' will be portraying the role of a cricketer for the first time in her career and she announced her comeback film with a special announcement video at the beginning of 2022.

Anushka took a long break from her professional life after she welcomed her first child, her daughter Vamika, as she wanted to spend time with her and after a long wait, the 'Jab Harry Met Sejal' actor is all set for her comeback.

Anushka's brother Karnesh Sharma will be producing 'Chakda Xpress' with his home production company Clean Slate Filmz.

The film will stream directly on Netflix.

(ANI)

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