Sonakshi Sinha on reuniting with Salman Khan in Dabangg 3: Shooting for the film is like homecoming
Dabangg 3, starring Salman Khan and Sonakshi Sinha, is being backed by Arbaaz Khan and directed by Prabhu Deva.
Actress Sonakshi Sinha recently spoke about her experience of shooting the third installment of Dabangg. The actress stated that it was akin to 'homecoming' for her as she had stepped into the Hindi film industry with Dabangg opposite Salman Khan.
Sinha was speaking to the media at Chrome Pictures 15th anniversary celebration and the success party of Badhaai Ho on Saturday.
NDTV quoted Sinha as saying, "I am very excited to begin shoot of Dabangg 3. I have started my film journey with Dabangg so it's like homecoming for me so, I am very excited."
Sonakshi has had a collaboration with Badhaai Ho director in Tevar. The actress weighed in on Sharma stating she was very proud of Amit and said that what he had created with Badhaai Ho was 'tremendous'. Sonakshi added that Amit Sharma was among her favourite directors.
The actress felt that big or small budget films are of no consequence at this point of time in the industry. Content-driven narratives will do well, stated the actress.
Dabangg 3 is being backed by Arbaaz Khan and directed by Prabhu Deva.
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