Anushka Sharma stepped out to shoot for her brand commitments. The actress will be shooting back to back seven days in various studios of Mumbai and she looked regal and supremely fit as she rocked a green ensemble at the shoot.
It is believed that Anushka has taken every possible measure to ensure that her sets are a safe shooting venue, given her pregnancy and all the brands she is shooting with have also ensured that they are extra careful. All cast and crew members of these shoots have been tested and quarantined.
“Anushka looked super cheerful on the sets and she was, in fact, thrilled to be back on the sets. She was telling people how she misses being on the sets. Despite being heavily pregnant, she was not stressed or worried being on the sets and around people because she was sure that all necessary steps were in place,” says a source who was present at the advertisement shoot.
Anushka is expected to return to resume full-scale work from May, just four months after she delivers her first child.
Virat and Anushka had earlier announced that they are going to be parents and the baby is expected to arrive in January 2021. They both posted a picture in which we could see Anushka’s baby bump. She was seen wearing a black and white polka dot dress. ‘And then, we were three! Arriving Jan 2021,’ read the caption.
In an interview to Vogue, Anushka spoke about their hectic work life. She said, “People assume when I’m visiting Virat or when he is visiting me that it’s a holiday, but it’s really not. One person is always working. In fact, during the first six months of our marriage, we spent 21 days together. Yes, I actually calculated. So when I visit him overseas, it’s to squeeze in that one meal together. It’s precious time for us.”
The actress recently shared some thoughts on upbringing and how parents should raise boys in a way that they respect girls. She wrote on Insta stories, “In our society, having a male child is seen as a ‘privilege’. Of course, it’s no more privilege than having a girl child but the fact is that this so-called privilege has been viewed incorrectly and with an extremely myopic view. The only ‘privilege’ is that one has the opportunity to raise a boy in a way that he respects a girl. That’s your DUTY as a parent to society. So, don’t think of it as a PRIVILEGE.”
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