Urvashi Sharma is all geared up to come back, with a bang! Beginning her career with none other than the Kings of suspense-thrillers Abbas-Mustan two years ago, this pretty girl disappeared somewhere behind the Naqaab as she vanished from the scene. “While signing Naqaab I had inked a 3 film deal with the producer Kumar S Taurani. However, I felt I was simply wasting my time after one year, for Taurani sahab could not find a suitable script for me. So, we eventually broke the contract on amicable terms. Meanwhile, I did a Telugu film which was a hit down south. And now, I am flooded with films which are going to release this year," says Urvashi.
Urvashi wants to experiment with the roles. If Naqaab portrayed her as an ultra-glam girl, her forthcoming film Baarbarr will showcase her in a different light. “I play an extremely crucial role of a messenger to a gangster, who is a very powerful man. Basically, the story revolves around an ambitious youth whose aspirations take an ugly turn, as they are deviated to the world of crime. Crime which never dies, it just changes face. That"s also the punch line of the film," explains Urvashi.
She further adds, “I got to live in places like extremes of Lucknow and Kanpur, where crime is so prevalent. Places where I never dreamt of visiting, as I was too scared to do that. So, it was an overwhelming experience as we were welcomed by the locals around. Especially, Mithun da, Om Puri sahab who have ruled hearts of many all these years." Apart from Baarbarr; Chai Garam and Chassni are two of her other films slated to release this year.