"Wrapped Sri Lankan schedule of 'Bombay Velvet'. This was the most amazing crew and cast. Crazy talented bunch of ppl. Feel truly blessed," tweeted Anushka, who will be seen sharing the screen with Ranbir Kapoor for the first time in 'Bombay Velvet', directed by Anurag Kashyap.

It was an emotional day for Anushka Sharma as the entire unit got together and organised a bottle of champagne, bunch of flowers and a cake with a beautiful message, 'Thank you Rosie All the Best to our singing star'.

Anushka enjoyed working on this film immensely over the course of the last one and a half years and was sad as it came to an end. The actress will straight head towards Jodhpur for the next schedule of 'NH10' that marks Anushka Sharma as producer with her company Clean Slate Films, producing the movie along with Phantom Films.

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