Actor Sonakshi Sinha definitely needs no introduction. The actor has charted quite a career over the years and is one of the most popular actors on the circuit. She was last seen in Ajay Devgn starrer Bhuj: The Pride of India. Now, in a recent interview, Sonakshi opened up how the last few months have been and how she, too, has lost out on projects. She also took a dig at those with no connections to the film industry who have opened up about being dropped from films so that a star kid could be cast instead.
Sonakshi admitted to losing out on films and called it ‘part and parcel of the job’. “Of course. Who hasn’t? Like this whole star kid debate is useless because it is not like no star kid hasn’t lost out on a project because of somebody else. But nobody goes around crying about it. It’s okay, sab ke saath hota hai (it happens to everyone). Deal with it, dude. That’s life. There is no point talking about spilt milk,” she said.
The actress is known to be vocal about the issues that interest her and she has often raised her voice for the same. While she has seen success, the actress has also faced trolling, body shaming and the never-ending debate of nepotism.
Ask Sonakshi Sinha how she tackled it all in the last 11-years of her career in Bollywood, Sonakshi said, "First, it is important to pinpoint what is important to your life? Do these things play a part in the work that I'm supposed to be doing? They don't. Toh nikal do usko."
She added, "Focus on your work, work hard. Think of each new project as your first one. Put in that much effort as you did on day one and I think that is what will sail through."
On the work front, Sonakshi will soon make her digital debut with an Amazon Prime series directed by Reema Kagti and Ruchika Oberoi. The actress will be seen portraying a cop in the show, which also stars Vijay Varma, Gulshan Devaiah and Sohum Shah.
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