Sonakshi Sinha going into panic mode




Desi belle Sonakshi Sinha, who garnered immense praise for 'Lootera' has been busy with her upcoming film 'R… Rajkumar' opposite Shahid Kapoor.

Looks like its almost a wrap for 'R… Rajkumar' as the team brings the filming to a close today and the actress is having a panic attack.

"It's my last day shooting for @rrthefilm... Nahiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinnnn!!!! Think I'm having a panic attack. Uh oh," tweeted Sonakshi Sinha.

Directed by Prabhu Dheva, the film received a whole lot of attention for the peppy track 'Gandi Baat', which had Shahid and Prabhu Deva shaking a leg. Not to be outdone by the boys, Sonakshi Sinha also wowed us with her moves.

The song got over one million hits on Youtube within three days of its release.

Also starring Sonu Sood, 'R… Rajkumar' will hit screens this November.

Dabangg is my film too


Juggling Rowdy Rathore, SOS – Son Of Sardar and Lootera, all three of which will release before Dabangg 2 this Christmas, Sonakshi Sinha is apparently pressed for dates for her mentor Salman Khan. Not only has she delayed the launch of the film’s sequel, but she’s also kept an item number featuring 400 dancers on hold.

Quiz her about this and the actor admits she’s been busy with back-to-back projects, dates for which were already alloted. “But I’d never stall another project, and we’ve never had 400 dancers hanging around on the sets of Dabangg 2, waiting to shoot. These rumours are silly and untrue,” she protests.


Apparently, Salman is also upset with her for divulging details about the under-wraps film in conversations with her staff on the sets of SOS and Sonakashi says, “Even if I speak about Dabangg 2, what’s the harm? It’s as much my film as anyone else’s!”

Two years ago, Dabangg ended with Rajo admitting to her cop-husband, Chulbul that she was pregnant. Will Part 2 turn her into Mummy Pandey? She laughs, “Now you’re fishing for details. You’ll have to wait to see the film to know that. Everyone seems eager to turn me into a mummy.”

Meanwhile, on June 1, she has Rowdy Rathore with Akshay Kumar coming up. The film has already been made in Telugu as Vikramarkudu (2006), in Kannada as Veera Madakari (2009) and in Tamil as Siruthai (2011). And Sonakshi’s certain that the Hindi remake, helmed by Prabhudheva, will also find an audience.

“Not everyone will have seen the South movies, and in Hindi, it’ll have a different flavour. Language is no bar for inspiration, but you can’t make the same movie again and again,” she argues.

“I’ve seen the Telugu version and enjoyed it thoroughly. But I can promise you that Rowdy Rathore is not Vikramarkudu.”

Sonakshi In Judwaa 2


Sonakshi Sinha is on a roll. Filmmakers are making a beeline to cast this fresh face in their ambitious ventures.

And the latest to join the bandwagon is producer Sajid Nadiadwala who wants to pencil her in one of the leads of Judwaa 2. "Sajid is remaking his 1997 hit the Salman Khan starrer Judwaa. But with a lot of changes and has wants Sonakshi to play the female lead."

Reports have it that the original director, David Dhanwan, has been replaced by Sajid Khan, and Saif Ali Khan is to step in Salman Khan's shoes.

"Sonakshi Sinha has been almost finalised to play the female lead," said our source. Karisma Kapoor and Rambha played the female leads in the original.

Play Mom in Dabangg 2

There’s still four months to go before Sonakshi Sinha starts shooting for Dabangg 2 in March 2012. A year ago, buzz was that the film could either move forward with Rajjo and Chulbul Pandey becoming parents, or go into flashback mode. Sonakshi, who is preparing to play Rajjo again, opposite Salman Khan, admits the story moves forward in the sequel to her hit debut.

“I don’t think I can divulge too much about a film that’s yet to go on floors. Arbaaz (director, producer and script writer) may not like it. We have to try and keep as much as we can under wraps till the film’s release, next Christmas,” says Sonakshi, adding, “Since I was shown pregnant in the last few frames of the film, I’m quite sure I’ll be playing mommy to Chulbul Jr. Actually, I wouldn’t mind if he also sports a moustache like his handsome father!”

It’s said that even before the script for the sequel to her debut was sealed, Sonakshi was offered Race 2, the sequel to the 2008 movie, Race. The actor had even expressed in February this year that she was looking forward to presenting herself in a completely western avatar in the movie. However, she’s no longer part of the cast now. “I feel bad. I agreed to do the film, but it got delayed, and I moved out,” she says, adding, “Dabangg 2 was announced soon after.”

Sonakshi is completing work on Shirish Kunder’s Joker, and will then begin shooting for the period romance, Lootera, with Ranveer Singh in December. “Then, I’m back to my saris in Dabangg 2,” she says.

Source: HT

Sonakshi Graced FHM Magazine


Sonakshi Sinha has graced the cover of the FHM magazine. The Dabangg babe has recently posed for an exclusive photo shoot for the November 2011 issue of the men’s magazine. Although she has not posed nude for it, she looks very sexy in her black and red hot dress.

The cover of the fourth anniversary issue of the FHM magazine features Sonakshi Sinha sporting a pink top and flaunting her shapely and shiny legs. She has also donned two black tops for the photo shoot of the magazine and one of the two has the name of 'Sati Saviti' printed on it.

However, Sonakshi Sinha is presently busy shooting for Shirish Kunder’s movie Joker with Akshay Kumar. The Bollywood actress has two other films lined for the shoot. Sona is teaming up with actors Salman Khan, Ranveer Singh and Shahid Kapoor in those movies.

Src: One India

Paris Fashion Week 2011



Dabangg girl Sonakshi Sinha is grinning from ear to ear right now, accepting all the compliments coming her way from friends and industrywallas.

She sat front row at Paris Fashion Week for an international luxury brand recently as a special invitee from India. Dressed in a pretty black number, bright red lips and statement hair, the sassy fashionista imbibed all that she could in Paris.

Describing it as one of her most extravagant fashion experiences yet, she updated her networking site saying, "When in Paris, do what the Parisians do! Just back from their BRILLIANT show at fashion week!" A former fashion student,

Sonakshi helped leading Indian designers backstage during the Mumbai Fashion Week several years ago, and always dreamt of going the fashion route. The Paris Fashion Week invitation was like icing on the cake.

Courtesy: Times of India