Saturday, June 4, 2011

Sonakshi Sinha 'Kick' Has More of Her Than 'Dabangg'

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Sonakshi Sinha is excited about three more films that she has signed on for: Kick with Salman Khan, Rowdy Rathod with Akshay Kumar and Vishwaroopam with Kamal Haasan.

The one film old wonder, who turned 24 on June 2, has not looked back since her spectacular debut performance in Dabangg headlining Salman Khan.

Sonakshi is currently shooting her second film, Shirish Kunder's Joker, with co-star Akshay Kumar. She also features in Sajid Nadiadwala production's currently filming Housefull 2, which has an ensemble case of 18 leading actors so we assume Sonakshi's will get limited screen time.

Of her three new films, Sonakshi is excited about Shirish Kunder's Kick because she has a more substantive role in it than she had in Dabangg.

"Kick is a remake of South Indian film. The girl has lots more to do. It's a very good role. I'm very kicked about Kick. Yeah, there's definitely much more scope for me in Kick than Dabangg. And I am going to make the best of it," Sonakshi told Bollywood Hungama.

Later this month, she will begin filming for her first regional, Vishwaroopam, with Kamal Haasan. Her look in the film will be both Indian as well western and you can expect to see her flaunting her curves in a lot of stylish saris.

"I love to see myself in saris. I hope I get to wear lots."

Rowdy Rathod is a remake of S.S. Rajamouli's Telugu 2006 film, Vikramarkudu. The Sanjay Leela produced film directed by Prabhu Deva is an intense action thriller in which Sonakshi will get to romance a small-time thief and crook (Akshay Kumar) who is crazy about acts of dare-devilry.

Akshay's character takes on the notorious Chambal dacoits to revenge the death of his look-alike cop, Vikram Rathod.

There is more! Talks are on for her to pair up with Ranveer Singh, which could mean she may do a YRF film since Ranveer has a three film deal with them. He is currently filming for the second YRF film, Ladies vs Ricky Bahl.

"It'd be a good combination," Sonakshi assures.

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