- I let him know he ought to take up all the more acting, Sonakshi said in regards to Anurag
- Ragging is touched upon extraordinarily in the film, she included
- Akira is set to discharge on September 2
Performing artist Sonakshi Sinha, whose next film Akira likewise touches upon the subject of ragging, says she had confronted ragging herself amid her school days.
"Ragging is touched upon extraordinarily in the film (Akira). I feel that I went through it in SNDT (Shreemati Nathibai Damodar Thackersey Women's University), which is an all-young ladies' school yet it was a method for making companions with each other," Sonakshi said here.
"Till today, individuals who worn out me or I battered my youngsters, we are still companions. I think it ought to be a charming procedure to everybody and not something that damages an understudy or a youngster forever. That is something which should be dealt with," Sonakshi said.
Akira sees Sonakshi's character coming to Mumbai from Jodhpur, where she gets into a tiff with the goons of the school she enlists in.
The story is about her battle to leave a case, where the school goons, a degenerate cop played by Anurag Kashyap and another played by Konkona Sen Sharma assume urgent parts.
Anurag will be seen playing the foe in the film and she says he has made an awesome showing with regards to.
"Anurag has been incredible rival to my hero. He is great in the film. It was nice to the point that he was filling in as a performing artist and did not attempt to be a chief in any capacity. He let A R Murugadoss do his film and he made an astounding showing with regards to. I let him know he ought to take up all the more acting," Sonakshi said.
Having worked with activity saints like Akshay Kumar and Ajay Devgn, she says whatever she has watched while working with them, she has connected it in Akira.
"Watching them in every one of the movies has truly helped me. When I used to watch them doing activity motion pictures, I used to feel when will I get the chance. They have been doing it for such a large number of years and it's a treat to watch them. Whatever I have seen them doing, I connected it here."
Exhibited by Fox Star Studios, Akira is coordinated by Murugadoss, who had already coordinated Sonakshi in the film Holiday: A Soldier Is Never Off Duty, which was a win in the cinema world.
The film will discharge on September 2.