Soon, Sonakshi Sinha will be seen in the movie Kalank that has been produced by Dharma Productions. In the beginning of the year 2019, rumours are heard that Sonakshi Sinha is dating Notebook actor Zaheer Iqbal. Both of them have been spotted together in couple of social events. Closeness between the actors has been enough to make the tongue wagging. Right now, Sonakshi has been promoting for the multi-starrer Kalank. So, everyone has been asking about her personal life as well during interviews. In order to stop the rumours, Sonakshi has given a strong and smart reply on the occasion.
On asking about Sonakshi’s personal life and the things have been written, she has said, “When it is not? There’s nothing to deal with because honestly I think if there was something in that matter to talk about, I will be the first person to come and talk about. I’m toh waiting (Laughs). I’m waiting for love, some prince charming would come, I’m waiting. Nobody is there right now. So when it happens, I feel that I will be very happy about it and I will only say (smiles).”
Definitely, it is a great move on the part of Sonakshi Sinha.
On the work front, Sonakshi is pretty busy at the moment. In the midst of promotion for Kalank, she has started to shoot for Dabangg 3 starring Salman Khan also. Regarding Dabangg 3, Sonakshi has said “It is great to be back to ‘Dabangg’ series. I hope it continues to be made. It is first of its kind that came in 2010. It started a new trend in films. It is a cult film. It can be continued for a long time.”
In Bollwood, Sonakshi has made her debut with Dabangg. In the second part of franchise, she has been seen also. Now, she is expected to reprise her role for the third part also. Reprising her character Rajjo in Dabangg, Sonakshi has said “Rajjo is in my blood, I can play Rajjo in my sleep too. We have just started shooting, I joined the team for the title song. When a film works, the character also works. The ‘thappad se darr nahin lagta…’ dialogue worked a lot for me. Till today, people ask me to say it. It is great for a heroine to have a dialogue that has become iconic”