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Anushka Sharma says she has always tried to constantly discover fresh talent

She made her Hindi film debut in 2008 with "Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi" unsupported in Bollywood. Actress and producer Anushka Sharma says nothing when she says that she was clear that she would support genuine talent in her ventures.

“I have had a very interesting journey in Bollywood and have tried to apply these important insights from my experiences for my production company with (his brother) Karnesh. Since my first film, I worked very hard to have the opportunity to collaborate with some of the best filmmakers from my country. My wish was to always try to work with the best writers and directors, “said Anushka Sharma, who started her own production company Clean Slate Films, when she was 25 years old.

The actress, who comes from a military background, always rooted for talented people.

“When I became a producer at age 25, it was clear that I would stand by the genuinely talented people who give their all to make their mark on their raw talent and who are looking for a foot in the movie business,” she added.

Anushka’s brother Karnesh says they wanted to work with new talent. “We have continually done it with actors, directors and technicians. The energy and new ideas that new talents bring to the project are exciting and we intend to keep doing the same thing. We are also passionate about pursuing unusual stories and keep looking for ideas. they push the envelope.”

Anushka and Karnesh have endorsed popular projects like “NH10”, “Pari”, “Phillauri”, “Paatal Lok” and the most recent “Bulbbul”.

“Along with all the success that our projects have witnessed, which we are very proud of, the most important thing for us is that we have been the studio that has constantly tried to discover new talents,” said Anushka.

The actress emphasized that she would continue this effort. “Because we believe that the more we have varied voices in the industry, the fresher the ideas and the attitude will be, and we will produce more content and messy artists, which is definitely necessary.”

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