Interview: 'Outsider' Sharvari Wagh's advice to girls, said- they should take care of their earnings themselves

Ronit Kawale
Ronit Kawale - Senior Editor
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Sharvari Wagh has now become a well-known beauty of Bollywood. Sharvari, who made her acting debut with the film 'Bunty Aur Babli 2', had a slightly different journey. When she was not offered any film, she asked the director for permission to work on the set. She became an assistant to Luv Ranjan and Sanjay Leela Bhansali. When she learned the nuances of cinema, she showed her acting skills on screen. Sharvari, who belongs to a Marathi family, was an outsider, but today, on the basis of her talent, she will soon be seen in Dinesh Vijan and Amar Kaushik's horror comedy film 'Munjya'. She had a special conversation with Presswire18 Times about her entire journey. Read the report.

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– Did being an assistant director benefit you in any way in your acting career?

I had never seen films being made. There was no discussion about filmmaking in my house. We are not from the industry, so when I wanted to become an actress and went for auditions, I asked a director if I could come on the set. I wanted to go through the process of filmmaking and I became his assistant. I got to learn a lot from that journey. I did not know about things like clap or mark before that. I was new. I learnt about the nuances of filmmaking. After that, I assisted Sanjay sir (Sanjay Leela Bhansali) in Bajirao Mastani. So becoming an assistant director was beneficial for me.

Sharvari Wagh overshadowed John Abraham who looked like Bahubali in the teaser of 'Veda', Abhishek Banerjee shined in the role of villain
Sharvari Wagh dreamed of becoming an actress since childhood, told- she used to make dresses from her mother's dupatta

– So are you planning to become a director in the future?

I always wanted to become an actress and to understand acting, I worked as an assistant. When you are going through auditions, you don't always get work. Sometimes you have to wait a long time to get a good role. In such a situation, this training is very useful for you. When I was not getting interesting roles, I worked in many ad films.

She has worked in an advertisement with the hero of 'Munjya'

She said, 'Interestingly, my hero from 'Munjya' Abhay Varma and I have worked together in an advertisement years ago and look, today we are in front of you as hero and heroine. I think that being a girl, I have learnt a lot from my journey.'

– Being an independent girl, what would you like to say to the girls of today?


Sharvari is also active on social media

I believe that women or young girls should be taught to manage their finances at a certain age. It proves to be very important and helpful. Many times girls become dependent on others while they earn themselves. Every girl should get training to handle her finances.

– Do you believe in ghosts?

I don't know about the devil, but I definitely believe in God. I am very scared of horror films, so it means that I believe in horror somewhere. Let me tell you that 'Munjya' is a legend. It is related to our Indian culture, especially in Maharashtra, this legend is very popular. I have heard this saying since childhood that eat food or else 'Munjya' will come. I am a Maharashtrian and from Morgaon and I have also heard the story that 'Munjya' is the name of the ghost who died at the age of ten with an unfulfilled desire of marrying Munni. 'Munjya' We also have a thread ceremony, which is called Munjya. I got the offer for this film immediately after my brother's thread ceremony, so I felt that this is some sign from nature that I am getting a chance to work in this film.

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