WEB DESK: Anushka Sharma has tasted success with commercial hits like Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi, PK and the latest, Sultan – and also faced failure with Bombay Velvet and Matru Ki Bijlee Ka Mandola. But the actress-producer says neither success nor failure affects her dedication.
“Bombay Velvet was a big disaster I have faced. But the kind of person I am, I don’t take success to my head or failure to my heart. I feel that is important because I feel in an industry which is so fickle, you realise that soon,” Anushka told IANS over the phone from Mumbai.
She is all of 28, but she believes she is a very “aware kind of person” and “practical about things”.
“When you realise that something in this industry is such a fickle thing – you don’t hold too strongly to anything. So I feel because of that, I have managed to stay above the surface.
“It is important to have that sense of reality (that) you will have successes and you will have failures and you will have to lie somewhere in between,” she added.
Anushka is currently riding high on the success of her latest release Sultan, which saw her share screen space with superstar Salman Khan. Salman is the third big Khan of Bollywood that Anushka has worked with