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Anushka recollects an incident from Sui Dhaaga sets, Varun promotes Made In India

DECCAN CHRONICLE. | SHAHEEN IRANI
Published Aug 13, 2018, 10:08 pm IST
Updated Aug 13, 2018, 10:08 pm IST
She revealed that to keep the realism alive Sharat removed them from ac car, to face the scorching heat.
Varun Dhawan and Anushka Sharma on the sets of 'Sui Dhaaga'.
 Varun Dhawan and Anushka Sharma on the sets of 'Sui Dhaaga'.

‘Sui Dhaaga: Made In India’ trailer has been unveiled and like it deserves, it has been winning hearts all over.

Anushka Sharma, who appears in the movie with Varun Dhawan, remembered an incident from the sets at the trailer launch held today.

 

She revealed that to keep the realism alive Sharat removed them from ac car, to face the scorching heat and get the perfect shot.

She also revealed, “I was so engrossed in stitching once that my hands turned blue. I just loved doing it and then realized what happened.”

Talking about her times of poverty, Anushka shared, “I once had to participate in a dance competition but my family didn’t have money. So my mother stitched those clothes for me.”

Varun Dhawan on the other hand, spoke about his journey from becoming an unmarried man with zero knowledge of sewing machine to playing a married man on screen who survives on the tailoring business.

He revealed, “I didn't know about tailoring at all. The tailor of YRF, Noor bhai helped me learn the skill. Meeting tailors made me feel what a country India is. Patriorism isn't meant to be said but felt. It took me 2 days to make a blouse, and one Chanderi saree can take up to 25 days also.”

“I had fish-out-of-water situation since I’m not married yet. Anushka was married and she was called on sets. I took up the project because I wanted to work with Raghu and Anushka,” he added.

When asked about his idea on ‘Made In India’, Varun said, “People think if it is made in China and Germany, it will be good. Why? Most clothes are made in India because we have skilled labour. I have seen Chanderi sarees being made and it's an art.”

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