After making her debut in Salman Khan's blockbuster movie Dabangg, Sonakshi Sinha has come a long way. She went on to work with the country's biggest superstars and some of the finest directors. From Rowdy Rathore to Akira and from Lootera to Ittefaq, Sona delivered some noteworthy performances in the offers she bagged. But in the past few days, there were rumours that she and Salman Khan are not on friendly terms anymore.
Sinha refutes the rumours and maintains that all is well between the two. "The dynamic with Salman Khan hasn't changed in the last few years, why will it change in the film. It'll only get better. Dabangg is a home ground, it's a family I began with," PTI quoted Sonakshi as saying. "Just going back to them is always a pleasure. This time around, Prabhudeva sir has been added to the film. It just keeps getting better," added the 31 year old star.
Soankshi is ever so grateful about her journey in Bollywood, and truth be told she could not have asked for more when she made her entry in B-town with Bhai's film. Gearing up for her next Haappy Bhaag Jaayegi, Sinha wonders why she has not been offered a dance film yet. Now only filmmakers can answer that one!
Talking about different genres, Sonakshi is also looking forward to Kalank. Director Abhishek Varman's Kalank also stars Varun Dhawan, Alia Bhatt, Madhuri Dixit, Sanjay Dutt and Aditya Roy Kapur. How did Sona bond with everyone on the sets and was the mood on the sets as serious? "It's great because you're sharing screen space with such wonderful actors. Everyone gets along really well. The nature of the film might be serious we were very non-serious off camera," concludes Sinha.