Not only entering the entertainment industry here, Anushka is also exploring her options in the field of Korean cinema.
She is currently filming for many projects there. She said, “I’ve already filmed for a travel show, in English. I will also be filming a feature film and a web show in which I am learning the language. It’s interesting to see how your voice changes when you speak another language. It’s new to me, and I’m enjoying the process. ”
Revealing how she got her first offer, Anushka said, “I’ve been watching K-drama for the past two years, and I love them. I was surprised when the team from Korea contacted me a few months ago. Then when I got there, I learned from them that they had been following my work for the past two years and thought I would be a good fit for these roles and connect with me. I am very happy to represent India in Korea. I love taking challenging jobs. ”
Talking about the difference between our industry and theirs, Anushka said, “It’s just different languages. Also, both industries are very systematic with their work and approach. One thing I noticed is that even for a small project they already have a storyboard and presentation ready. That happens here too, but only for big projects.”
Personally, the 19-year-old is balancing school and work. “I have not dropped out of school because it is very important to me and my family. I am currently in my third year and next year I will graduate. I’m studying filmmaking, and if possible, I’d like to get a master’s degree in that field as well,” she shared.