'If Few Of My Films Haven't Done Well, People Haven't Stopped Offering Me Films' — Sonakshi Sinha

Jahnavi Patel , 09 Sep 2019
Sonakshi Sinha (Source: Instagram | @aslisona)
Sonakshi Sinha (Source: Instagram | @aslisona)

We all have had good times and bad times in our professional life. But it is always on us how we tackle and deal with it. Sonakshi Sinha too has had her share of ups and downs and it’s absolutely normal. In fact, she says that she has the quality to shut all negativity out.

During an interaction with IANS, the actress spoke about her films and how she doesn’t care about the trolls.

Sona shared:

Everybody has their ups and downs, not only actors. Even a rikshawallah has ups and downs. That’s normal. That is how you grow as a person. I don’t care what trolls and haters say because I am still here and they are still there. I have this quality that I can shut out all negativity. And for me, it is very important to focus on my work, stay positive and move forward. If a few of my films have not done well, people have not stopped offering me films. In fact, I’ve been busiest over the past few years, and I have four releases this year.

Her most recent release, Mission Mangal, has been loved by the masses and also has done great business at the box-office. She definitely feels great about it.

She said:

For me at least, it (success) has been long overdue. It feels nice. It’s a very special film and working with the team was a wonderful experience. It is a very positive feeling. Hats off to those scientists who actually made it happen, and went through so much of difficulties and struggles.

The actress also shared that she did expect the film to be successful because it talks about a very big achievement in our country. She said, “I feel, if you make a film on patriotism and the subject is good, it always works.

Mission Mangal also starred Vidya Balan, Akshay Kumar, Taapsee Pannu, Kirti Kulhari and Nithya Menen. Directed by Jagan Shakti, the film released in 15th August 2019.

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