I am not open to wear a bikini: Sonakshi Sinha
Bollywood actress Sonakshi Sinha has laid down some rules for herself and is clear about what she will never do in movies.
The "Dabangg" star says she will not do any intimate scenes and will also not sport a bikini on screen ever. Yet she has been getting plump Bollywood offers.
"I am not open to wear a bikini. I don't see any reason to change it because if audience has accepted me fully clothed then why will I resort to it. It ( kissing and getting intimate) is a complete no.. I am not that kind of a person. I have been brought up in certain way, I have certain restrictions that I follow," Sonakshi told PTI.
The 24-year-old said she lacks the guts which Vidya Balan exhibited in "The Dirty Picture" while essaying the role of southern sex siren Silk Smitha.
"It was a great film... It was a good film to watch. The performance that Vidya Balan gave was superb. I respect her so much as an actress. But it really takes guts to do something like that. I don't think I would be able to pull it off with the restrictions that I have," Sonakshi said.
In her debut film opposite Salman, she played a village belle wearing Indian clothes and even in her soon-to-be-released "Rowdy Rathore", Sonakshi essays the role of a girl named Paro from Patna, who comes to Mumbai.
"So what if I am an Indian girl, when other girls wear western clothes, nobody asks them?they are not type casted. I like these characters (Indian) they are very different characters from each other in spite of being in the same Indian space. I get enough chance to wear western outfits in advertisements, shows, events," she said.
"When people come to me with roles, I don't look at it like Indian or western girl...I won't chose roles like that. I choose roles that I believe in like whether I fit the character, if audience would love to see me in it, overall big picture, whether I want to be part of the film or not. So this has been my way of choosing roles. It is my second year in the industry, I will explore other things. For now, I am happy doing this," she added. PTI