Anushka Sharma, who has already proved her versatility as an actress will be next seen playing a simple, sincere yet ambitious embroiderer from heartland India in Sui Dhaaga – Made in India. Anushka’s character in the film becomes self-reliant by using her talent of embroidering and she makes a name for herself in her community along with her husband, Mauji, a tailor. Anushka’s look in this much awaited film has been extremely praised and the costume director, Darshan Jalan, revealed how he studied rural housewives to finalise Mamta’s look on Anushka.“Anushka’s character and look brief was very simple which (to be honest) makes things more complex because it must be relatable. The character is that of a housewife living on a lower middle class income in city outskirts! It was clear from the get go that Anushka would wear synthetic saree(s) primarily because they are cheap but most importantly it’s washes easily and dries quickly,” said Darshan.He added, “In my opinion, achieving the day to day look of a regular person is more challenging because there is no room for error. We come across these people every day and I studied them thoroughly before finalising every minute detail. I have vivid memories of a lady coming to our house on Saturdays (we called her Shanivaar Wali), to collect donation for the local temple. She always wore synthetic saree in same colour tones, always covered her head – which is not only a tradition but a shield from heat and cold! Memories like these become reference points!Yash Raj Films’ entertainer Sui Dhaaga – Made in India is set to release on September 28 this year, just before Gandhi Jayanti.