» Salman Reserves the Right to Work with Sonakshi Sinha Again …. She Approves

Salman Reserves the Right to Work with Sonakshi Sinha Again …. She Approves

By Editor


Salman Khan, who is taking a very keen interest in the Dabangg debutante Sonakshi Sinha’s career has personally advised her not to sign any more films until her first film is released. This explains why Sonakshi has turned down lucrative offers from several big banners excluding a second film with Salman Khan.

Sonakshi Sinha

The trailers for Sonakshi Sinha’s Dabangg went on air this week. Immediately Sonakshi Sinha made an impact on many minds including Sanjay Leela Bhansali who wants to offer her a role. But Salman, who has earlier played Christopher Columbus to the likes of Bhumika Chawla (Tere Naam), Zarine Khan (Veer) and, of course, Katrina Kaif (who was re-launched in Haan Maine Bhi Pyar Kiya Hai ), has already blocked Sonakshi’s dates.

Says the pretty debutante, “Yes I am doing another film for Arbaaz Khan. But we haven’t decided on the subject and other details. All I know is that’s the only film I’ve said yes to. Otherwise I’ll wait for Dabangg to be released before signing anything”.

Sonakshi is all praise for the way Salman treated her. “Why only Salman? Arbaaz and Sohail also looked after me like a family member. I’ve been so spoilt by them that I don’t know how I’ll work with other banners where I’d just have to be very professional in my dealings”.

Was she ever intimidated by Salman?

Sonakshi laughs, “Not at all. He’s a really chilled-out guy. If I didn’t have Salman and his brothers to look after me in my first film I don’t know how I’d have gathered the confidence to take the plunge into acting”.

She says she will only do the films and roles that make her comfortable. “That is one thing I’m sure of. I won’t do anything that would embarrass me or my parents”.

— Subhash K. Jha/Sampurn Wire

By Editor on 2 August, 2010
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