Anushka Sharma: Damaging a film set is unacceptable on 'Padmavati' set vandalized | Memsaab.com

Anushka Sharma says the vandalisation of the set of Sanjay Leela Bhansali's film 'Padmavati' is unacceptable.

The filmmaker's set was damaged by unknown people at Mhasai Pathar in Kolhapur district.

The filmmaker's set was damaged by unknown people at Mhasai Pathar in Kolhapur district.
In This Image: Anushka Sharma
Recently Anushka, busy with the promotion spree of her upcoming 'Phillauri', yesterday during the press conference of the film, she was asked about the same.
 

She added, "Damaging any set is unacceptable. No sensible person, regardless of the fact that he or she is a part of the film industry (would find it right). Damaging anyone's property is unacceptable,"

She added,
In This Image: Anushka Sharma
The miscreants also torched the costumes and the animal feed kept there for the horses featuring in the period drama, said the police.

Following the incident, the film's crew has been provided police protection, Maharashtra's Minister of State for Home Deepak Kesarkar said.

Following the incident, the film's crew has been provided police protection, Maharashtra's Minister of State for Home Deepak Kesarkar said.
In This Image: Anushka Sharma
On the work front, Anushka next will be seen opposite SRK in Imtiaz Ali’s upcoming project. It is the first time the “Fan” star and Anushka will be working with the “Tamasha” director.