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My sense of style is shabby yet chic: Anushka Sharma

india Updated: Aug 23, 2010 13:33 IST
Amrah Ashraf

She stole the show as she strutted down the runway with panache for designer Surily Goel. In a tete-a-tete with,

actress Anushka Sharma talks about fashion, films and Shahid Kapoor!

"You can call my sense of style shabby yet chic," says Yash Raj film's newest muse, Anushka Sharma. Dressed impeccably in a glamorous leopard print cocktail dress, we would beg to differ! After all, who can forget the Versace clad con-star Bulbul Singh in

Badmaash Company.

Walking the ramp for fashion designer Surily Goel at Blender's Pride Fashion Tour, Anushka couldn't stop gushing about Surily's collection.

"I love the fact that Surily knows a woman's body so well. A lot of people go wrong with drapes but she has done a fabulous job with her collection. She understands a woman's body and that reflects in her collection," says Anushka.

Dismissing the 'thin is in' mantra, Anushka feels that a woman should be comfortable in her own skin. "Skinny or voluptuous does not matter. They should be healthy."

Once a Delhiite always a Delhiite! The actress confesses that she enjoys picking up clothes from the streets of Sarojini Nagar as much as she loves well-fitted branded clothes.

Mention her upcoming film Patiala House opposite Akshay Kumar and the young actresses can't stop complimenting her co-star. "Akshay is great. He is so professional. He always comes on time, works with panache and leaves on time. He always makes sure that things are in order," said Anushka.

With two big-budget films in her kitty, Anushka feels optimistic about her career. "I feel my career is on a roll. Acting for me is everything. I want to do different films and essay diverse characters. I am here to act. I don't enjoy hair and make-up as much as when I am on the floor enacting a scene."

AnushkaAsk her what her dream role is and pat comes the reply, Dil Se. So is King Khan her favourite co-star? "When I met Shah Rukh on the sets of Rab ne… I immediately told him that he was my favourite."

Dare we mention Shahid Kapoor and she playfully retorts, "What about him? It was great working with him. He's close to my age and so obviously it was more comfortable working with him."

After Patiala House, the actress will be seen in Band Baja Baraat where she plays the role of a wedding planner from Delhi University.