Sonakshi never called Akshay, Ajay and Salman ‘uncle’
Sonakshi, 25, was first paired opposite Akshay in Prabhu Deva’s Rowdy Rathore, which was a hit at the box office and also starred together in Joker.
“I don’t know if he has started recommending me to filmmakers. I think when you work with an actor in a film and it does well, everyone accepts your chemistry. I share the best working relation with Akshay,” Sonakshi told PTI.
Sonakshi is all praises for the Khiladi, with whom she will be seen again in Milan Luthria’s Once Upon A Time In Mumbaai 2, though she is reported to have been paired opposite Imran Khan in the film.
“He (Akshay) is very nice. We both are punctual so no producers and directors have a problem with us. It is a good atmosphere when he is around as he makes people laugh all the time. We share a good working rapport,” she said.
Apart from Akshay, Sonakshi teamed up with Salman for superhit Dabangg and will be again seen opposite him in its sequel, that releases on December 21.
“I find Salman trustworthy because I have known him since I was 16-17 years old…I trust him a lot,” she said.
Sonakshi was recently seen alongside Ajay Devgn in Son of Sardaar.
Having worked with senior actors in her movies, the vivacious actress insists that age difference does not matter.
“If you meet them then you will not feel there is an age difference. They behave younger than us. It is all in the head, I don’t think that way, I feel fortunate to work with such established, big stars, Sonakshi said.
On if she ever dared to call any of these stars ‘uncle’ prior to entering Bollywood, she said, “No never, I would have been beaten up for calling them uncles.”
Besides, Sonakshi has also teamed up with young actors like Imran Khan and Ranveer Singh for her two upcoming projects – Once Upon A Time in Mumbaai 2 and Lootera, respectively.
“Both Imran and Ranveer are professional actors and both have different ways and method of acting. Imran is very spontaneous and chilled while Ranveer is someone who is very methodical, he is involved in his character,” she revealed.
Talking about Lootera she says, “The shooting is complete, post production work is going on. It is my most difficult film so far in terms of look, location and getting into the character of 1950. I am looking forward to it. I want to see how it has turned out.”
For Once Upon A Time in Mumbaai sequel, Sonakshi has just started shooting but is not keen on divulging details.
Both Lootera and Once Upon A Time in Mumbaai 2 will release next year.