Anushka Sharma released a trailer for Chakda Xpress, which sparked a lot of discussion on Twitter. Anushka’s first film in three years, Chakda Xpress, is a biography of cricketer Jhulan Goswami. She was last seen in 2018’s Zero. Given her ‘strange’ Bengali accent and terrible attempt at darkening her complexion, several Twitter users believe Anushka should have chosen a different film for her ‘comeback.’

Jhulan Goswami, a Bengali cricketer, led India’s national women’s cricket team as captain. The Chakda Xpress trailer includes a sentence said in Bengali by Anushka Sharma, which was not approved by Twitter. “Kintu chinta koro na (But don’t worry),” Anushka as Jhulan says of her desire to make it great in the cricket world. Viewers on Twitter have described Anushka’s accent as “cringeworthy” and “awful,” with some even suggesting that a Bengali actor would have been more suited for the role.

“I have nothing against Anushka Sharma; she is a fantastic actress,” one tweet stated. “However, being a Bengali, I have difficulties with her strange accent.” “There are several wonderful women in the Bengali business who could have portrayed Jhulan with elan,” another individual observed. But unfortunately, that’s not going to happen because we still need to find a well-known Bollywood actor who can put on layers of dusky makeup and yet not look the part, not even the accent.”

“Man, she doesn’t even seem half as similar to Jhulan Goswami,” a disgruntled Twitter user said. Neither in stature nor in appearance. “Even her Bengali accent makes me cringe,” one person said, while another added, “The way she tells ‘Kintu chinta koro na. It appears that the filmmakers mistook Jhulan for a probasi Bangali (a Bengali who lives abroad).”

Another person who has been ‘offended’ Anushka’s Bengali accent has been termed as ‘caricature’ by a Twitter user: “I’m sorry, but being a Bengali, that accent offends me.” Do not accuse me of speaking in a certain way because Jhulan does. This accent seems like a caricature to me as a native Bengali, and I don’t think anyone who isn’t familiar with the language will comprehend.”

“It is a truly special film because it is fundamentally a narrative of immense sacrifice,” Anushka said while presenting the trailer. Chakda Xpress is based on former Indian captain Jhulan Goswami’s life and will provide insight into the world of women’s cricket.” Prosit Roy directs Chakda Xpress, which is produced by Anushka Sharma’s Clean Slate Films.

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