Published On: Sat, Aug 27th, 2016

Here’s what Sonakshi Sinha has to say about joining politics


Here’s what Sonakshi Sinha has to say about joining politicsJust a day before on Friday, we had reported that how Shatrughan Sinha praised the dedication his daughter Sonakshi Sinha follows in her work. The actress, who is on her toes with the ongoing promotions of her upcoming action drama ‘Akira‘ was recently asked in an interview on whether she has any plans to join politics like her father Shatrughan Sinha. To which, Sonakshi has given a big no saying she doesn’t have the aptitude for it.

Talking to an agency about it, Sonakshi said, “No, I think I am somebody who doesn’t have the aptitude for it and just because my father is a politician doesn’t mean even I should jump into it.”

Well, the actress is completely happy here in B-Town and it can be looked with the promos of her upcoming film ‘Akira’ where the actress will be seen doing some hardcore action scenes for the first time. While giving the interview, she also said that her father is very eager to watch this A.R. Murugadoss directorial.

 “My father is craving to watch it. My mother watched it and told him about it, so now he is eager to watch it. He loved the trailer and he could see the hard work that has gone in to make this film,” added the ‘Lootera’ actress.

‘Akira’ foretells a story about a girl who comes from Jodhpur to Mumbai for higher education but is soon embroiled in a legal tiff with the college goons and corrupt police officials. How her perseverance pays off in the fight against them, is what the story is all about.

Also Read: Taapsee Pannu’s candid revelations on her journey from Tollywood to Bollywood

‘Akira’ co-starring Anurag Kashyap and Konkona Sen Sharma in pivotal parts is slated to release on September 2, 2016.

Courtesy: Bollywood Bubble

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