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Sharvari Wagh Addresses Bunty Aur Babli 2’s Box Office Failure

Sharvari Wagh

Even though, the debut film of Sharvari Wagh titled “Bunty Aur Babli 2” couldn’t perform well at the box office, it opened the doors for her in the industry.

In a recent interaction with a media house, the actress recalled working in the 2021 film that originally starred Saif Ali Khan and Rani Mukerji. The film was the sequel to 2005 released “Bunty Aur Babli” starring Abhishek Bachchan and Rani Mukerji.

As per an update, Sharvari Wagh will next be seen in another project which will be the Aditya Sarpotdar’s horror comedy titled “Munjya”.


Sharvari Wagh Addresses Bunty Aur Babli 2’s Box Office Failure

The actor stated that both success and failure happen to be great teachers. She will now work in her upcoming YRF’s spy universe film along with Alia Bhatt.

This is what she has to say, “It was just that my dream was to get my first break as I don’t come from film background. And now, Munjya is going to be my second film. Since I got my future projects, the dream will never short fall of getting films in the same way. But for me, getting the first film is something more valuable for me as I don’t come from a film background.” Sharvari said.

“Munjya” is basically a horror comedy which is quite similar to movie like “Stree” and “Bhedia”. I find myself lucky enough to be a part of 2 biggest IPs in Bollywood, especially when I’m just one film old in the industry.” She stated.

There are so many YRF films including “Pathaan” and “War” that are connected with a broader network of spy universe. The special thing here is that characters cross paths.


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