Anushka Sharma receives Smita Patil award for best actor

Anushka Sharma got Smita Patil award:

Anushka Sharma is known not only for her great acting but also for correct stands that she takes. The bollywood actress has received the Smita Patil award for the best actor and according to her, it validates the choices of movies she has made till now in her career.

Source: Dailyhunt
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At the 34th edition of the Priyadarshini Academy Global Awards 2018, the actress said: It’s a special day for me because I completed 10 years in the industry on this day. So receiving this award validates the choices that I made in my career. I don’t come from a film background. I didn’t have anyone to guide me in my journey. My parents also don’t belong to this industry so they also don’t know how the industry works,”

She made her debut in Bollywood opposite Shah Rukh Khan in Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi in 2008.  She is thankful to all the director and writers she has worked with for playing an important role in her successful journey.

At an event, the actress looked gorgeous in a green chanderi sari with golden border and she finished her look with simple studs and golden bangles and her hair tied in a neat bun.

Anushka said: “I also want to thank all the writers who wrote amazing roles for me and the directors who envisioned me in those roles. I don’t think any actor’s career is complete without the contribution of these two people. I want to thank every supporter of mine all over the world who supported me and accepted me for who I am”.

While getting the award the actress said: It’s a great honor to have watched the work of great Smita Patilji. She has been a true inspiration, not just for me but for many actresses and many women for her bold, difficult and fearless choices that she made with her work. She managed to be disruptive and not adhere to norms of the industry where rules are usually set by others. So, I really appreciate and admire her.

Meanwhile, her film Sui Dhaaga opposite Varun Dhawan is set to release on 28th September.