Anushka looks eerie in the poster of her upcoming film ‘Pari’

Right after Anushka Sharma shared her first look from the upcoming film Pari, it started trending on Twitter. The actress looks unrecognisable in the haunting poster amidst a blue background.

It is difficult to guess if the movie is a horror or a ghost story. If Pari revolves around spirits as the name suggests the look is a complete contrast to the spirit played by her in her last release Phillauri.

The looks left Twitter intrigued, as Bollywood celebs took to the micro blogging site. Anushka’s look reminds one of the arresting quality of international cinema.

Sonam Kapoor, Bhumi Pednekar and Dia Mirza were the first ones to wish Anushka.

Co-produced by Clean Slate Films and KriArj Entertainment and directed by debutant Prosit Roy, the film also stars Parambrata Chatterjee.

Karnesh Sharma of Clean Slate Films said, “Here's the first look of Pari, our next production. The film is on floors now and we are looking forward to a memorable shoot.”

Prernaa Arora of KriArj Entertainment stated, “Pari is a fantastic story. It promises an intriguing and engaging cinematic experience for the audience. We are very excited for this collaboration with Clean Slate Films and are certain that the content we create will further the reputation of our young companies and stand out from the crowd.”

The film, on floors now, is Anushka’s third home production. 

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