Meet The Rs 100 Crore Girl


‘Being
the
Rs
100
crore
girl
definitely
has
a
nice
ring
to
it.’
‘This
will
get
me
to
work
harder
every
time
I
face
the
camera.’


Photograph:
Kind
courtesy
Sharvari/Instagram

Sharvari,
who
is
basking
in
the
success
of

Munjya
,
opened
up
about
her
spectacular
transformation
in
the
film.

“When
the

Munjya

prosthetics
was
happening,
it
used
to
take
me
five
hours
everyday
for
the
whole
prosthetics
to
come
together
and
another
one
and
a
half
hours
to
remove
those
prosthetics,”
Sharvari
says.

“We
had
a
team
of
five-six
people,
who
used
to
constantly
touch
up
because
there
were
very
minute
details
that
you
had
to
look
through.”

IMAGE:
Sharvari
in

Munjya
.

Photograph:
Kind
courtesy
Sharvari/Instagram

Sharvari
gives
us
some
more
details:
“The
Munjya
that
you
see
in
our
film
is
a
CGI
character.
So
when
I
get
possessed
by
it,
the
idea
was
to
we
keep
the
growls
real,
and
the
face
real.
The
dialogues
were
in
tandem
with
how
the
Munjya
speaks.

“We
came
up
with
the
body
language
together
with
the
director
(Aditya
Sarpotdar
).
We
used
to
shoot
a
lot
of
videos,
so
that
we
are
able
to
pick
on
a
body
language
and
then
continue
with
that.”

IMAGE:
Sharvari
in

Munjya
.

Photograph:
Kind
courtesy
Sharvari/Instagram

This
is
Sharvari’s
first
Rs
100
crore
(Rs
1
billion)
blockbuster
of
her
career.

“I
have
been
in
awe
of
big
stars,
who
have
huge
Rs
100
crore
and
above
hits
to
their
credit,”
she
says.
“To
think
so
many
people
have
come
to
the
theatres
to
see
you
and
shower
their
love
and
appreciation
on
your
film
and
your
work.
It
is
an
overwhelming
moment
for
me.

Munjya
is
the
second
release
of
my
career,
so
to
taste
this
kind
of
success
so
early
is
hugely
motivating.
As
an
actor,
one
always
wishes
that
their
films
become
hits.
For
someone
like
me,
it
is
even
more
important
because
every
hit
allows
me
to
get
better
roles
and
better
work.

“The
pressure
to
survive
and
thrive
is
insane
in
this
industry
and
I’m
really
thankful
to
my
industry
for
accepting
me
with
open
arms.
It
is
nice
to
have
the
biggest
minds
of
the
Hindi
film
industry
protecting
your
interests
and
guiding
you
to
success.”

IMAGE:
Abhay
Verma
and
Sharvari
in

Munjya
.

Photograph:
Kind
courtesy
Sharvari/Instagram


Munjya
,
a
horror-comedy,
has
been
attracting
audiences
to
theatres
since
its
release
on
June
7.

Directed
by
Aditya
Sarpotdar,
the
film
is
rooted
in
Marathi
folklore,
and
also
stars
Mona
Singh,
Abhay
Verma
and
Sathyaraj.

“Being
the
Rs
100
crore
girl
definitely
has
a
nice
ring
to
it.
This
will
get
me
to
work
harder
every
time
I
face
the
camera.
I
have
huge
ambitions
as
an
actor.
I
needed
the
right
stepping
stone
to
dash
towards
my
goal
and

Munjya

has
done
that
for
me,”
Sharvari
says.


Photograph:
Kind
courtesy
Sharvari/Instagram

“I’m
immensely
thankful
to
(Producer)
Dinesh
Vijan
for
his
advice,
trust
and
insights,
Aditya
Sarpotdar
for
his
faith
in
my
talent
and
the
entire
team
at
Maddock
for
going
all
out
for
me.
They
are
the
A-team!”

Sharvari
will
be
seen
next
with
Alia
Bhatt
in
a
film
in
YRF’s
spy
universe.

She
also
features
in

Vedaa

with
John
Abraham.
Helmed
by
Nikkhil
Advani,

Vedaa

is
scheduled
to
release
in
theatres
on
Independence
Day.