Published On: Wed, Aug 8th, 2018

The much awaited surprise from Varun Dhawan and Anushka Sharma’s Sui Dhaaga

To tease their fans, Varun and Anushka gave a surprise from their upcoming movie Sui Dhaaga.

Varun Dhawan and Anushka Sharma both are B-town’s biggest luminaries and have a huge fan following. Varun Dhawan, who debuted in the hit film Student of the Year, has won the hearts with his cute and natural acting whereas Anushka Sharma never ceases to amaze us in every role she performs. At present time, both the artists are busy working for their forthcoming film Sui Dhaaga- Made in India, which is directed by Sharat Kataria.

The much awaited surprise from Varun Dhawan and Anushka Sharma’s Sui Dhaaga

Before the revelation, both the superstars gave their word to fans that it is going to be something very unique, not much seen and a great deal different from typical advertisements like set of pictures or a trailer.

In the video message containing the news of the surprise, Anushka commented that they will bring something unique and exceptional this time while Varun promised that they will be bringing something a hundred percent ‘made in India’.

As promised, the film’s logo was unveiled on Tuesday. The filmmakers have put great effort in producing a logo unique in its style, as the team got aid from native craftsmen and artists from all over the country. The logo’s reveal on Tuesday happens together with National Handloom Day.

The Marketing Vice President of YRF told the media that they contacted fifteen exceptionally competent groups of artists who assisted them in designing logo for their new film. He also commented that this has been a tiring and worthwhile experience for all of the Yash Raj Films team.

The much awaited surprise from Varun Dhawan and Anushka Sharma’s Sui Dhaaga

For six months, the working party exerted themselves in the planning, exploring and execution of the film’s logo in 15 distinctive styles which include hand embroidery from Kashida, Kashmir’s Sonzi, vibrant phulkari from the province of Punjab, phool patti from Utar Pardesh and zardozi work from Lucknow.

The film highlights rich and sundry handicrafts of India and is set to hit the screens on September 28.

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