Sonakshi Sinha takes dig at 'Outsiders', says don't cry over losing films

New Delhi: 

Sonakshi Sinha has implied that losing out on projects is ‘part and parcel’ of being an actor and is not limited to outsiders only. Taking a dig at those with no connections to the film industry, Sonakshi said she has also been dropped out of several projects. 

In a recent interview with Pinkvilla, Sonkashi admitted losing out on films, adding she doesn’t go crying about it. “Of course. Who hasn’t? Like this whole star kid debate is useless because it is not like no star kid hasn’t lost out on a project because of somebody else. But nobody goes around crying about it. It’s okay, sab ke saath hota hai (it happens to everyone). Deal with it, dude. That’s life. There is no point talking about spilt milk,” she said.

“Chalo, forget me. My father also, who was not a star kid, has lost out on many projects. It happens to every actor, it’s part and parcel of the job. It’s not something which is so unheard of or so new, it happens to everyone and it has been happening. Like I said, it’s part and parcel of the job, you move on with your life, work hard and keep at it,” she added.

Sonakshi, daughter of prolific actor Shatrughan Sinha, made her Bollywood debut with opposite Salman Khan in Dabanggi in 2010. She completed 11 years in the film industry earlier this month. She has acted in films such as Rowdy Rathore, Lootera, R… Rajkumar, Force 2 and Ittefaq. 

Sonakshi most recently featured in Bhuj: The Pride of India alongside Ajay Devgn, Sanjay Dutt, Nora Fatehi and Sharad Kelkar. 


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