I will not wear a bikini: Sonakshi Sinha

Added by harini on May 23, 2012

Actress Sonakshi Sinha might be just one movie old but she has five of the most anticipated movies releasing this year – ‘Rowdy Rathore’, ‘Joker’, ‘Son of Sardar’, ‘Dabangg 2’ and ‘Lootera’.

The actress in an interview with a daily said that she feels blessed to be given such great films.

“I feel blessed. I love what I do and I look forward to doing it every single day. There are times when I have a gap of two days when I am doing nothing and I feel restless and always want to get back on the sets,” said Sonakshi Sinha.

Recently there were reports suggesting that the actress wasn’t able to juggle so many projects at once.

“I am working on a lot of films together. There was a time I was simultaneously working on four films! I am a very professional person. I allot particular dates to each film. I am not the kind of person to take away the dates that I have already given. I try to be as professional I can so there's no reason for anybody to be upset,” she said.

Even though the actress has many movies in her kitty she either plays a village belle or a ‘girl-next-door’. But the actress doesn’t feel like she is being typecast.

“No, I don't think so. When other actresses wear western clothes, I don't think anyone questions them nor are they typecast. I like these characters that I have portrayed in the five films that are up for release. In spite of being in the same space they are different from each other. I get enough chance to wear western outfits in the commercials and shows that I do,” Sonakshi said.

The actress added that she would never do intimate scenes or wear a bikini.

“I am not open to wearing a bikini on screen. Intimate scenes are a complete no too. I am not that kind of person. I have been brought up in a certain way. I have certain restrictions that I follow. I don't see any reason to change because audiences have accepted me the way I am,” she said.

In her upcoming movie Sonakshi Sinha plays a village belle.

“Yes, my character Paro is a very sweet and simple girl from Patna but at the same time, she is also masti khor (mischievous). She comes to Mumbai and falls in love with a guy who is completely opposite her. The film is a nice love story, which also had a lot of drama and action,” she concluded.

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