‘Chakda Xpress’: BTS Video Sees Anushka Sharma Transform into Jhulan Goswami!! Check It Out!!

Anushka Sharma, for her next titled Chakda Xpress, which is inspired by the life and times of women cricket’s all-time greatest fast bowler Jhulan Goswami, is currently training in Leeds, UK, to prepare herself thoroughly before she shoots the intensive cricket portions of the film! While she is busy training, the actress unveiled the first look glimpse of the upcoming movie on Netflix‘s Films Day on Monday.

In the first teaser, she is donning short hair, and you see glimpses of her training in cricket, seated in the locker room, sharing laughs with the team, and more. In the video, director Prosit Roy says it is a story about “small town Chakda all the way to the World Cup finals”.

Sharing the video, Anushka wrote, “Here’s a glimpse into the Chakda ‘Xpress journey with our earnest director @prositroy ???? #ChakdaXpress #ComingSoon #ChakdaXpressOnNetflix #HarDinFilmyOnNetflix.”

The logline reads, “Sometimes the hardest thing a girl has to do is to allow herself to dream. But if she gives herself that permission then nothing and no one can stop her from becoming what she wants. Ask Jhulan Goswami. Who, against all odds, rose above misogyny, politics and a million discriminations, to become the highest wicket taker in the history of women’s cricket. And an inspiration to an entire generation of sportswomen.”

Starring Anushka Sharma, Renuka Shahane, Anshul Chauhan, Koushik Sen, Mahesh Thakur, Chakda Xpress is written by Abhishek Banerjee, produced by Karnesh Ssharma and directed by Prosit Roy.


via Bollywood Hungama

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