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Anushka Sen: I manifest at the Bandra-Worli sea link

Updated on: 12 December,2022 06:19 PM IST  |  mumbai
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Anushka is the latest guest on's 'Mumbai Meri Jaan'

Anushka Sen: I manifest at the Bandra-Worli sea link

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Actress and influencer Anushka Sen is the latest guest on's 'Mumbai Meri Jaan.' Speaking about her love for the city, Anushka who moved here 16 years ago said, "Mumbai is a place where dreams come true. My dreams that I didn't even know I have are coming true here. I was 3 or 4 years old when I came to Mumbai and had travelled a lot before that. After coming to the city, we knew this is our place and we cant go anywhere else! The earliest memories I have are those of food and the Bandra-Worli sea link. The sea link has always been a magical place and when I wasn't an actor I used to be a Shiamak Davar student, our classes would be far away at Grant Road, Sion or Juhu. I used to pray whenever I crossed sea link and manifest something and that continues till date. Whatever I ask for really happens so that place is lucky for me."

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She added, "The sea link also looks so majestic. Mumbai is filled with dreamers, hard working people and I'm lucky I'm here. It's been 16 years that I'm a Mumbaikar. I love the city and no matter where I go Mumbai has my heart."

Speaking about her first home in Mumbai she recalled, "We lived in a 1BHK and there was an empty space near the kitchen. My dad and i would play cricket there on Sundays. My mum would always be worried that I would break something but eventually she would also join in."

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