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Sonakshi excited for ‘Dabangg 2’
November 27, 2012 , 4 : 00 am GST
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Sonakshi was joined at the event by director Milan Luthria, who is working with her in the sequel to Once Upon A Time in Mumbaai.Pic: Agencies
SONAKSHI made her Bollywood debut with the blockbuster Dabangg in 2010, and now actress Sonakshi Sinha, who is also a part of Dabangg 2 says she is upbeat about being a part of the franchise.
"I am very excited. When a film gets a good response, it feels good. I started with Dabangg and now doing Dabangg2 is very exciting for me," the 25-year-old said on the sidelines of an event.
Sonakshi was joined at the event by director Milan Luthria, who is working with her in the sequel to Once Upon A Time in Mumbaai.
In the movie, Sonakshi features opposite Akshay Kumar, who plays don Shoaib Khan. But she refuses to call her own part negative.
"It's negative? No. It's a very interesting character. For me, as an actor it is a very challenging role and the film is set in a very interesting premise. It is a great role, that's all I can say now," Sonakshi said.
The film also features Imran Khan and Sonali Bendre. It is to release around Eid next year.
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