Varun Dhawan and Anushka Sharma
Varun Dhawan and Anushka SharmaTwitter

Bollywood actress Anushka Sharma was in news recently for her wedding with Indian cricketer Virat Kohli. And now the diva, is in news again, this time for her first look from her upcoming movie, Sui Dhaaga: Made In India.

Two pictures of Anushka from the movie, have been doing the rounds on social media. Recently Anushka posted a picture on her Twitter account where she is seen learning the art of stitching and embroidery. While the second look gives a glimpse of the actress de-glam role in the movie. The second picture that came out from the set, shows her in a blue saree, where the Ae Dil Hai Mushkil star is seen walking lost in her thoughts.

Both Varun Dhawan and Anushka Sharma will sport de-glam look for this flick.

The project will be helmed by Dum Laga Ke Haisha director Sharat Katariya and is produced by Maneesh Sharma. The film will hit theatres on Gandhi Jayanti this year.

Meanwhile, the duo is busy with other projects as well. Anushka Sharma will be once again paired with Shah Rukh Khan in Zero, where King Khan plays a dwarf in it. Anushka will share screen space with Katrina Kaif in this Aanand L Rai directorial. While her second outing deals with horror genre, Pari, which is garnering great response from the audience since the release of the film's posters. Pari is her third production under her production banner.

The latest poster shows  Anushka sitting on a chair, with her face smeared with blood and bruises while a hooded demon is standing behind her, resting its hands on her shoulder. It looks like Anushka has surrendered to the demon whom she can't fight.

Anushka Sharma, Pari
Anushka Sharma in PariTwitter

On the other hand, Varun is busy with Shoojit Sircar's October, in which he shares screen with debutante Banita Sandhu. The film is set to hit the theatres on April 13.

The movie, October is said to be darker than Badlapur. "Both these films might be in different spaces, but October isn't a light-hearted romantic film. It's heartbreaking and dark, probably more niche than Badlapur," a source had told DNA.

"This film is dark and he won't have any make-up. It's going to be very real. It's one of the things Varun likes about the film. Shoojit has designed his character really well," the source added.

Varun Dhawan and his October heroine, Bantia Sandhu
Varun Dhawan and his October heroine, Bantia SandhuTwitter