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Sonakshi Sinha asserts that she is unable to return to the role of “maal” on screen: Even then, certain things didn’t feel quite right.

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Sonakshi Sinha asserts that she is unable to return to the role of “maal” on screen: Even then, certain things didn’t feel quite right.

Sonakshi Sinha is experiencing unprecedented fame for her performances on OTT. Her subtle and varied turns in Dahaad last year and Heeramandi: The Diamond Bazaar this year have wowed her reviewers. Sonakshi said in a Zoom interview that she had worked on some troublesome “big films” when she was younger and that she would never return to those projects where she was referred to as “maal.”

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“I haven’t simply stated it for the sake of saying it; you can very clearly see the shift in the sort of parts that I have been portraying from Akira. I’m being faithful to what I said. I doubt I will ever be able to return to being called maal. Everyone needs to take this step, she stated. Sonakshi views the 2016 action movie Akira by AR Murugadoss as the pivotal moment in her professional life. In the movie, she plays a vigilante who defends women from abuse and acid assaults.

Being an artist comes with responsibilities. You’re an inspiration to a lot of people. I firmly believe that, despite my youth, I had the chance to participate in a number of highly significant motion pictures. At that moment, no one in their right mind could have said no. I completed them, but even then, certain things seemed strange. As you develop, people become aware of it, discuss it, and draw it to your awareness. Though critical, it’s beneficial, Sonakshi continued.

Sonakshi’s professional life

Sonakshi had a highly publicised debut alongside Salman Khan in the popular 2010 police comedy Dabangg. Following that, she acted in popular films such Murgadoss’s Rowdy Rathore (2012), Son of Sardaar (2012), Dabangg 2 (2012), and Holiday: A Soldier Is Never Off Duty (2014).

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Following Akira, Sonakshi acted in the following films: Force 2 (2016), Noor (2017), Ittefaq (2017), Welcome to New York (2018), Happy Phirr Bhag Jayegi (2017), Kalank (2019), Khandaani Shafakhana (2019), Mission Mangal (2019), Dabangg 3 (2019), Bhuj: The Pride of India (2021), Double XL (2022), and, this year, Bade Miyan Chote Miyan.

Her next films include Nikita Roy and the Book of Darkness and Kakuda.

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Sunny Deol in the middle of a storm: Film producers accuse her of lying, cheating, and forging

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Sunny Deol in the middle of a storm: Film producers accuse her of lying, cheating, and forging

Actor-MP Sunny Deol is the target of alarming accusations of cheating, extortion, and forgery made by film producer Sorav Gupta (of Sundawn Entertainment Pvt Ltd). The real estate developer turned producer Gupta claimed in a press conference earlier this week that Sunny Deol had taken money from him in advance to film a movie in 2016, kept taking more money while he promised to start the project, but ultimately never finished it after his most recent movie, Gadar 2, became a big hit.

Gupta reveals that he agreed to pay 4cr to get Sunny Deol play the lead in his movie in 2016. We paid him 1cr in advance, but he chose to film for Poster Boys instead of beginning my film (2017) as an alternative. Despite my repeated requests for more money, my ₹2.55cr is currently in Sunny ji’s account. In addition, he forced me to hire an executive producer, book Filmistaan studio, and pay money to another filmmaker, according to Gupta.

Additionally, the producer claims that in 2023, Deol falsified a contract with his business. He reveals, “After reading the agreement, we were shocked to learn that the beech wala had been changed. Jahan par fees ka amount ₹4cr ko badha kar ₹8cr kar diya aur profit to ₹2cr kar diya.”

During the same press conference, filmmaker Suneel Darshan, who is best known for films like Janwar (1999) and Andaaz (2003), defended Gupta and claimed that he had experienced the same problem with Sunny Deol. “Sunny Deol only paid a portion of the rights to my 1996 film Ajay, which she obtained for international release. The remaining amount was never sent,” Darshan continues. “Eventually, Sunny asked me to collaborate on a project with him, telling me to “have faith in me, help me out,” and obtaining payment from me once more.

Under condition of anonymity, an industry source informs us that Deol has a reputation for breaking deals he signs with multiple producers. He has a long history of stirring up problems. A producer in Mumbai built a massive set for a movie named Ram Janmbhumi, which Sunny had handed him the bound script for. Sunny agreed to pay ₹5cr for the project. However, after delivering a hit film, he later declined to visit the sets and wanted ₹25cr in remuneration (Gadar 2, 2023).

Gupta discloses that he has reported Deol to the police. On April 30, the police sent [Deol] a notice. According to Gupta, his staff sent a letter stating that he was out of town on the day he was supposed to appear.

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