Sonakshi Sinha immune to critics

Raj Baddhan

Senior Editor

Sonakshi Sinha in 'Action Jackson'
Sonakshi Sinha

Sonakhi Sinha has been much criticised for her ‘not-size-zero’ figure, and her lack of substantial roles in bug budget films but the film ‘Akira,’ directed by A.R. Muragadoss, will be an action film with Sinha in the lead.

While she will be play the protagonist and perform a lot of stunts, she is not “trying to a prove a point to anyone.”

Sinha is also not affected by the criticism, this film��is also receiving.��To the Hindustan Times, Sinha said, “This is not my main concern. People have been picking on it��(her weight) for the past four or five years that I have been part of the industry, and honestly, I am immune to all this now. I am not trying to prove a point to anyone with this film.”

She has also learning martial arts for the film but is currently resting, due to a sprained wrist. “I am getting to learn Martial Arts and so many other things. All this is very exciting for me, and keeps me on my toes. I have been practising for the last 45 days. I have taken a break right now because I have injured my wrist.”

Muragadoss is most known for his 2008 blockbuster, ‘Ghajini’ and more recently ‘Holiday’ (2014) also starring Sonakshi Sinha and Akshay Kumar. Director Anurag Kashyap will also be seen as an antagonist in the film.