Sonakshi Sinha Opens Up About Not Wanting to Be Called ‘Maal’


Sonakshi Sinha, currently receiving praise for her role as ‘Fardeen’ in Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s web series ‘Heeramandi,’ recently opened up about her experiences in the film industry. In an interview, she discussed her early career choices and the evolution of her roles over time.

Sonakshi emphasized the responsibility that comes with being an artist, stating, “As an artist, you have a responsibility because many eyes are on you. Yes, I admit that when I was younger, I got the opportunity to do many big films. At that time, it was hard to say no to them. I did those films for that reason. But I realized after some time that when you grow, people notice you and talk about it.”

Reflecting on her past roles, Sonakshi mentioned the film ‘Rowdy Rathore,’ where her character was referred to as ‘maal,’ a term she now finds objectionable. She revealed, “In the film ‘Rowdy Rathore,’ my character was called ‘maal.’ Additionally, the film’s poster read, ‘Naya Saal, Naya Maal.’ These things were troubling, and after ‘Akira,’ there was a significant change in the roles I chose.”

Sonakshi Sinha Opens Up About Not Wanting to Be Called ‘Maal’Sonakshi began her Bollywood journey with the 2010 film ‘Dabangg.’ She subsequently appeared in films like ‘Rowdy Rathore’ with Akshay Kumar and ‘R… Rajkumar’ with Shahid Kapoor. These movies included dialogues that led to her being heavily trolled.

The actress’s reflections highlight the importance of responsible role selection in an artist’s career, acknowledging that growth and maturity bring a deeper understanding of the impact of their work. Sonakshi’s candidness about her journey provides valuable insights into the challenges and learning experiences faced by actors in the film industry.

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