Actress Anushka Sharma's production venture "Phillauri" was released three years ago on this day. The actress looks back at the film saying it was an attempt at disrupting the content landscape on her part as an artiste as well as her production house Clean Slate Films.
'Phillauri' was an attempt in trying to disrupt the content landscape
"The film was modern and youthful and yet had an underlying cultural and historical reference that connected with people. For a young production house like ours, 'Phillauri' was an attempt in trying to disrupt the content landscape," Anushka said. As a producer, Anushka says she also tried to ensure the film had original compositions. The soundtrack is credited to Shashwat Sachdev and Jasleen Royal.
'Phillauri' was a daring project for Clean Slate Films: Anushka Sharma
Anushka said, " 'Phillauri' was a daring project for Clean Slate Films. We were giving India its friendly, lovable neighborhood spirit that audiences had never seen before. From a concept level itself, it was unique. I was pleased to see the reactions for the film and it validated our attempt at making something extremely new to the audiences."
Anushka said she tried to ensure the film had original compositions
Personally, Anushka says the film was an enriching experience. She learnt several new things playing a friendly ghost. She said she tried to ensure the film had original compositions. "Phillauri" starred Anushka with Diljit Dosanjh, Suraj Sharma and Mehreen Pirzada and was directed by Anshai Lal.