Before moving to Mumbai to pursue her modelling career, Anushka Sharma was a Bengaluru girl, who studied at Army Public School before graduating from Mount Carmel College.
Last week, the actor got a chance to visit her alma mater to shoot for Anurag Kashyap’s next.
She tweeted, "Shot in Army PublicSchool for #BombayVelvet today . Was feeling nostalgic thinking about my school - APS Bangalore :) (sic)." Apart from her, several other actors have also returned to their schools, colleges and former homes and offices to shoot their films and promote them.
Destination: Mithibai College
The actor, who studied at the Vile Parle college, had gone back there as a part of a HT Café initiative on the occasion of Teacher’s Day last year. He was mobbed and chased throughout the college premises. However, the excited star didn’t complain even a bit. He even sat on the bench in a class, like the other students.
Destination: Hindu College, Delhi
When Imtiaz visited Hindu College in February, it was a homecoming of sorts for him. An alumnus of the college, Imtiaz spoke to the students with a lot of warmth and openness while promoting his film, Highway. He was greeted with loud cheers and a performance by Ibtida (the dramatics society of Hindu College). "Always tell your own stories, not those of others. I have a lot of expectation from Hindu," he had told the students.
Destination: Maneckji Cooper School
Farhan went to his alma mater for a promotional event for Bhaag Milkha Bhaag (2013). He had tweeted: "Went back to my school to unveil a ‘...Milkha’ cover notebook. Flooded with memories. Still smiling (sic)." The actor-film-maker had further written that "my school motto and Milkhaji’s philosophy are the same — There is no excellence without labour... So what better place to do this activity (sic)."
Destination: Jai Hind College
In February, the actor-producer graced the alumni reunion of his alma mater. He was invited as the chief guest for the college’s alumni reunion. "I am one of the blessed and proud Jai Hind-ites, who not only did his major in economics from Jai Hind, but like any other student, roamed around roads A and B. Today, being called here as a chief guest makes me really feel embarrassed," John had said.