This Article is From May 01, 2020

Here's How Birthday Girl Anushka Sharma's Brother Karnesh Wished Her

"Keep the kid in you alive always," wrote Anushka Sharma's brother Karnesh

Here's How Birthday Girl Anushka Sharma's Brother Karnesh Wished Her

Anushka Sharma with brother Karnesh. (courtesy kans26 )


  • Anushka Sharma turned 32-years-old on Friday
  • Anushka's Zero co-star Katrina also wished her
  • "See you at the movies," wrote Sonam Kapoor
New Delhi:

On Anushka Sharma's 32nd birthday, the actress' closest friends, colleagues, fans and family posted on the social media, expressing their love and shared some of the cutest messages for her. However, one birthday greeting that was extra special, came from her brother and film producer Karnesh Sharma. He shared a picture collage, which featured some of the cutest pictures of the brother-sister duo from their childhood days as well as relatively recent ones. Karnesh accompanied the post with an equally adorable caption and wrote: "Happy, happy Birthday. Keep the kid in you alive always."

Take a look at the post here:

Meanwhile, Sonam Kapoor posted a stunning picture of herself along with the birthday girl and she wrote: "Happy, happy birthday dear Anushka Sharma. May love and laughter always be around you. See you at the movies."

Katrina Kaif, who starred with the actress in Jab Tak Hai Jaan and Zero, alongside Shah Rukh Khan, wrote on her Instagram story: "Have the bestest day ever, living fearlessly as you do. Miss you and your chats."


Screenshot of Katrina Kaif's Instagram story.

"Happy Birthday, Anushka Sharma. Sending you love, happiness and virtual hugs. Wishing you a wonderful year ahead," tweeted Madhuri Dixit."

Here are some more wishes for the actress:


Screenshot of Varun Dhawan's Instagram story.


Screenshot of Jacqueline's Instagram story.

On the professional front, Anushka Sharma was last seen in Aanand L Rai's 2018 film Zero, co-starring Shah Rukh Khan and Katrina Kaif. The actress has not announced any upcoming projects as of now but her production house Clean Slate Films will back Netflix's web-series Mai and Amazon Prime's Paatal Lok.