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From girl next door to Jazz singer, Anushka Sharma is a master of disguises
Anushka Sharma is one of those actress, who have grown with each of her film and has made a space for herself in the film industry. Being an outsider, it is a mean feat and not easy. On her birthday, we wish her all the success. From being a girl next door to the glamorous Rosie Noronha, Sharma is the one actress who can imbibe any look and be comfortable in it.

Here are the four Anushka Sharma look, which makes all the girls jealous because of the effortless way in which she carries them. These looks have made her the characters in the films, which has won her many accolades and the much demanded appreciation.

Taani was the simple next door girl and quite honestly, this character was so ordinary that I (personally) never thought the actress would do anything remarkable with her life. I was wrong and how! But Patiyala clad Taani with her penchant for dance was the way the character was envisioned by the makers. She was a simple Punjabi girl and Sharma played it to the T. Not once did she become separate from her role and border to the glamorous.

Jaggu in PK, with her pixie cut hair and her mini sundresses were a delight to watch. The vivaciousness of the character came through because of that look and also because of Sharma's acting skills. However, the look instantly connected with the youth and the elder generation immediately could understand that it is a story of a modern times with a modern actress.

We are yet to meet Rosie Noronha from Bombay Velvet, but this is Sharma's most glamorous avatar till date. The vivacious, giggly and tomboyish girl suddenly seemed to have emerged as the beautiful butterfly, who is sure to make the audience go gaga over her elaborate costume, bouffant hair and pearls.

The last but not the least we have to talk about Meera from NH10. The character was rightly dressed and she looked the part of a Delhite with the long overcoats and the loud shade. Even the sneakers and casual top for an outing with hubby suited the actress and was important to create Meera for the audience.

In her nine film old career, she has already made a mark and to change your look with every film is commendable.

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