Akira pushed me in lot of ways: Sonakshi Sinha


Sonakshi Sinha will be seen pressing punches and doing bad-to-the-bone activity successions in her up and coming “Akira” and the on-screen character says the film came at the opportune time in her profession as she needed to push her points of confinement as an entertainer.

The activity thriller is coordinated by A R Murugadoss, who is known for his business potboilers, featuring driving on-screen characters.

The 29-year-old on-screen character says she is overpowered that she got an opportunity to wind up the Ghajini helmer’s first driving woman as he has never made a film with a female hero some time recently.

“Akira pushed me in part of ways that I have not been pushed some time recently. It has been exceptionally testing and it has been an incredible affair. I’m truly glad that it came to me now of time in my life and profession when I was hoping to accomplish something to that effect,” Sonakshi told in a meeting.

The performer says Murugadoss thought she would fit the part of Akira Sharma amid the making of 2014 Akshay Kumar starrer Holiday.

“With Holiday, I got an opportunity to work with Murugadoss sir, who saw the flash in me to cast in Akira. He is the man who has worked with one of the top activity stars of our nation. He has never made a film with female hero some time recently. He drew closer me for that and I felt truly respected.”

“It has a ton of shades and it was extremely trying for me to depict such a character.”

Whenever inquired as to whether now she is just intrigued to play female-situated characters, Sonakshi says it is just by chance that she is getting such parts.

“It is going on by chance that I’m doing Akira and afterward Noor. The gathering of people is opening up to these sorts of movies. They get a kick out of the chance to see something else. I just take a gander at how great the character is and how seriously I need to play. In this way, for me these are better than average parts and that is the reason I have taken them up.”

Sonakshi’s last discharge was Tevar which hit theaters in mid 2015 and the performing artist says she may have been missing from the wide screen yet she was shooting consecutive movies.