Sharvari’s Dream Experience on Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Set

Sharvari, who gained recognition for her roles in Kabir Khan’s Prime Video series The Forgotten Army and Bunty Aur Babli 2, recently shared her experience as an assistant director on Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s hit film Bajirao Mastani. The film, starring Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh, provided Sharvari with an invaluable opportunity to learn from one of Bollywood’s most acclaimed filmmakers.

Working as an Assistant Director

Sharvari described her time on Bhansali’s set as “nothing short of a dream.” She recalled the immense learning experience she had, observing the meticulous attention to detail that Bhansali brought to every aspect of the film. From managing shots with over 100 juniors to ensuring every detail was perfect, Sharvari was mesmerized by the filmmaker’s craft. Bhansali’s ability to spot even the smallest imperfections, like a tilted pagdi, left a lasting impression on her.

Aspiring to Be a Bhansali Heroine

During her tenure as an assistant director, Sharvari often dreamt of returning to Bhansali’s set as an actor. She manifested her aspiration of becoming a Sanjay Leela Bhansali heroine, yearning to be part of his grand cinematic visions. She expressed a strong desire to be molded by Bhansali, hoping to perform in his iconic, grandiose songs and bring her craft to the highest level under his guidance.

Being around Bhansali and witnessing his process up close was a transformative experience for Sharvari. She marveled at his ability to bring big-scale visions to life, ensuring every frame was picture-perfect. Bhansali’s dedication to his craft and his exacting standards were both inspiring and educational for the young actor.

Upcoming Projects for Sharvari

Sharvari is now gearing up for her next release, the horror comedy Munjya, set to hit cinemas on June 7. The film also stars Mona Singh. Additionally, Sharvari will be seen in the upcoming YRF spy universe film, where she will share the screen with Alia Bhatt. Directed by Shiv Rawail, this project marks another significant step in Sharvari’s burgeoning career.

Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Streaming Debut

Sanjay Leela Bhansali recently made his streaming debut with the Netflix series Heeramandi. Despite receiving criticism for glorifying courtesans and historical inaccuracies, the series has been renewed for a second season. Bhansali’s dedication to his unique storytelling style continues to captivate audiences, and Sharvari’s aspirations to work under his direction reflect the deep impact he has on emerging actors in the industry.


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