After signing Abbas-Mustan’s next, the actress later backed out, to free her dates for Dabangg 2.
A call from Arbaaz Khan saw Sonakshi Sinha bidding a hasty adieu to Race 2. Apparently Sonakshi was all set to be a part of the film when Dabangg 2 came her way. Also, buzz is that Arbaaz Khan believes all those who opted out of the sequel actually were going to be a part of Abhinav Kashyap’s next.
Abhinav, who directed Dabangg, later had a fallout with the Khan camp. Naturally, the actress had to make her choice quickly. Apparently Abbas-Mustan who are very close to Shatrughan and Punam Sinha called them up requesting for Sonakshi’s dates for their film. Says a source, “Arbaaz is very clear on the issue of who he wants in Dabangg 2. Continue reading →
In place of a once-overweight star kid, today there’s a slender 23-year-old. Sonakshi Sinha, who shot to fame with her very first movie, Dabangg, opposite Bollywood superstar Salman Khan, won accolades for her rustic village role.
Ask what attracted her to her character, Rajo, and she tells Vogue India, “I liked the earthiness of the role. The Indian avatar was in my comfort zone.” Continue reading →
She made a noticeable debut with Dabangg in 2010. But for some time now, Sonakshi Sinha has been making headlines for alleged catfights with mentor Salman Khan’s former girlfriend, Katrina Kaif. It was, in fact, suggested that her Dabangg co-star asked her to lie low after she courted end-to-end controversies.
“Forget lying low, I kept quiet because I had nothing to say. It’s better to let such stories die down. Since all this talk came up randomly, it stopped as fast as it started. There’s no issue,” smiles Sonakshi. Continue reading →