Essaying the role of a ghost in her second Bollywood production 'Phillauri', actress Anushka Sharma said that creating a ghost entity, with special effects, was really exciting.
The 28-year-old actor told ANI, "Actually, 'Phillauri' was director Anshai Lal's idea because his friend's wife had to marry a tree as she was a 'Manglik'. He used to make fun of her by saying if there was a ghost on that tree, then she will be possessed by it. The story is built around this plot and Anvita Dutt has written it."
"We found the story really convincing and creating an entity or character of a ghost with special effects was really exciting," she added.
The 'Ae Dil Hai Mushkill' star also expressed her happiness over the appreciations she is receiving for her unconventional choice of movies, "Through a social media campaign, we have created curiosity in the minds of the people of what this film is about. We are very happy that people are loving and finding the film funny. I am getting very good feedback for the movie."
'Phillauri,' also starring Diljit Dosanjh, Suraj Sharma and Mehreen Pirzada in the lead roles, is scheduled for release on March 24.
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