Anushka Sharma is often regarded as one of the finest Bollywood actresses. Her career looks promising starting from the day of her debut opposite Shah Rukh Khan in ‘Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi’. Anushka Sharma’s acting skills were top-notch in her recent release ‘Pari’. Anushka Sharma’s roles in movies like NH10, PK, Sultan and many others have received huge critical acclaim and viewers’ appreciation.
Here’s list of the Best Anushka Sharma’s Performances in movies:
Romancing Shah Rukh Khan in her debut film is not what every aspiring actress gets. Anushka Sharma plays the role of a typical Punjabi girl in the movie. The simplicity and innocence of her character were well received by the audience.
‘Jaggu’ was cast opposite Aamir Khan in the blockbuster ‘PK’. She plays the role of a journalist in the movie.
Regarded as one of Anushka’s best performances as Meera in NH10 was hugely critical acclaimed.
The bubbly super-girl in the Yash Chopra’s last movie ‘Jab Tak Hai Jaan’ is perfectly portrayed by Anushka. The performance of Anushka was not overshadowed by Shah Rukh Khan and Katrina Kaif.
Sharma’s brilliant performance in ‘Ae Dil Hai Muskil’ was widely appreciated by the audience. One can quickly relate to a friend like Alizeh in his/her life while watching the movie. Anushka gave an outstanding performance in the movie.
One can witness Anushka in a different avatar in Vishal Bhardwaj’s black-comedy film ‘Matru Ki Bijlee Ka Mandola’. Although the film was quite sluggish, Anushka was applauded for her role in the movie.
Anushka’s role as a brilliant marketing girl as well as a con-woman in ‘Ladies vs Ricky Bahl’ was well received by the audience and the critics alike.
Anushka underwent rigorous wrestling training to portray the role of Aarfa in Salman Khan’s ‘Sultan’. She played the role of a wrestler in the film opposite Salman Khan. She essayed the role effortlessly as if she was a wrestler in real-life.
In the latest release ‘Pari’, Anushka’s performance as Rukhsana, a demon child is widely regarded as one of her finest performances.