Hindi film actress Anushka Sharma has returned to films after three years with ‘Chakda Xpress’. The film is inspired by the life and times of women’s cricket great fast bowler Jhulan Goswami.
Anushka has started shooting for ‘Chakda Express’, which will be shot in India and UK and is being produced by Clean Slate Films.
The actress says, “It feels like my first film again and I am really excited to start this journey with Chakda Xpress, a film that I truly believe in.”
“Unfortunately the pandemic kept me away from returning to films. Start filming early. I would have loved to entertain and connect with fans and audiences already.”
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The actress says, “A film of this scale required tremendous preparation in all departments and we are glad that ‘Chakda Xpress’ has started in style.”
Jhulan Goswami succeeded in her goal and captained the Indian women’s national cricket team and is a role model for aspiring cricketers in the country.
An Indian postage stamp was issued in his honor in 2018. Jhulan Goswami holds the world record for most wickets by a woman in an international career.
Anushka says, “It is a fact that women have to put in extra efforts to make their place in this patriarchal world. Jhulan Goswami’s life is a testament to the fact that she carved her own destiny and vie for every inch of spotlight and identity. struggled.”
Anushka further added, “I hope I can do justice to this incredible script inspired by Jhulan’s life and times. I am excited to challenge myself and get myself to shoot ‘Chakda Xpress’ every day. Go ahead and hope I can do my best with this film.”
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