After making her debut with Salman Khan in super hit action drama movie “Dabangg” in 2010, there is no looking back for Sonakshi Sinha. She is presently in Hungary’s capital city Budapest for shooting the 2016-bound movie “Force 2” with John Abraham and Tahir Raj Bhasin. Directed by Abhinay Deo, the upcoming movie is the sequel of 2011’s “Force.”
The shooting of “Force 2” will take place in Budapest for a period at least two months. As revealed by PinkVilla, Sonakshi had recently changed her mind and taken herself away from the production work for two days to enjoy a PDA-filled trip to London.
Sonakshi did not stop updating her Instagram account with her photographs clicked at various places, and we, just like her other fans, always tracked her accounts to see how this beautiful and bubbly star was enjoying her tiny vacation.
In an interview with DNA, Sonakshi shared her views on varied topics, including the actions scenes of women in the Bollywood movies. According to Sonakshi, Bollywood viewers are becoming more open and they are demanding different kinds of contents on the big screen. The movies that have leading ladies playing strong and powerful roles are doing good, which is a good sign for the industry.
While she was asked about her action in the 2015-bound movie “Akira,” she said that she had to undergo mixed martial arts training specially for the movie. The 28-year-old “Action Jackson” actress had closely watched her heroes performing some superb and typical stunts and actions and she had always kept a secret desire to do the same in future. With “Akira,” what Sonakshi echoed, her wish had come true.
“In a way, it feels like I have been training for it just by watching my heroes since ‘Dabangg,’ ‘Rowdy Rathore,’ ‘Son Of Sardaar,’ ‘Holiday’ and other films!” Sonakshi told to DNA.
She hinted that her mixed martial arts training performed for “Akira” is undeniably helpful for her role of a RAW agent in “Force 2.”
“I will be working with an amazing action team coming all the way from South Africa. They are very clear and organised in what they want to achieve on screen so I will train with them as we shoot and learn all the moves,” Sonakshi added.
Photo Source: Twitter/Sonakshi Sinha