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I Learn A Lot From Akshay : Sonakshi Sinha

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Sonakshi SinhaSonakshi Sinha whose recent film with Akshay Kumar, ‘Rowdy Rathore’ turned out to be the biggest hit of 2012, is working with the actor in another three films.

Sonakshi is playing the lead roles opposite Akshay in ‘Joker’ and ‘Once Upon A Time In Mumbaai 2′, and is also doing an item number in Akshay’s home production film ‘Oh My God’.

So, what makes her go along so well with Kumar? Sonakshi tells that they both are fitness freaks and bonds on the topic of health and fitness.

“Akshay and I often exchange health and fitness tips. He is crazy in a good way. He is super fun to work with, he is always active and impromptu, which helps me better my act as well. Also he is a disciplinarian so even if I want to eat some junk food, he doesn’t allow,” tells she.

Sonakshi also adds that Akshay is down to earth and she learns a lot from him. She says, “Despite being senior in the industry, he has no airs about himself and is grounded. And this helps young stars like me, learn a lot from him.”

Apart from three films opposite Akshay, Ms. Sinha is playing the lead roles in ‘Son Of Sardar’, ‘Dabangg 2′ and ‘Lootera’ and she believes that audience will find different sides of hers in all the films.

“I am doing different kinds of roles in all these films. So the audience will get to see my various facets as an actor,” insists Sonakshi.


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