Sonakshi Sinha was recently seen in Ajay Devgn starrer Bhuj: The Pride of India. The entertainer, who has an occupied 2022 in front of her, plunked down for a speedy visit with Pinkvilla and uncovered what the beyond a couple of months have been similar to. Sonakshi disclosed that it was because of her art and painting that she get past the pandemic.
The actress said that rushed shoot plans before Covid-19 could never permit her to do the things she adored. Be that as it may, in 2020, the pandemic aided Sonakshi to reconnect with art “I discovered my comfort with workmanship and painting. I’m glad that I rediscovered it. It quiets me down.” She added, “I make time to spend time with my companions. I understood a couple of years back that you possess to make energy for things that are critical to you else you simply lose all sense of direction in your work.”
Also said, “First, it is important to pinpoint what is important to your life? Do these things play a part in the work that I’m supposed to be doing? They don’t. Toh nikal do usko.”
Adding, “Focus on your work, work hard. Think of each new project as your first one. Put in that much effort as you did on day one and I think that is what will sail through.”
When asked whether she lost any films, the actress said, “Of course, I have. Who hasn’t? This whole star kid debate is useless because it is not like no star kid has not lost out on a project because of somebody else,” emphasizing that losing out on films is a part of every actor’s journey.
Sonakshi is excited about her forthcoming film. “I just finished shooting for Kakuda. Also, shot my series with Reema Kagti. That was a wonderful experience. I’m playing a cop for the first time,” Sonakshi gagged.