Sonakshi Sinha will be seen sharing screen-space with Yami Gautam and Manasvi Mamgai in her upcoming film 'Action Jackson' but the actress says she has no qualms about doing a movie with two other female stars as she is very secure about herself.
Sonakshi Sinha. Pic/Santa Banta
The 27-year-old actress says she is happy to finally be a part of a multi-starrer film, which also has Ajay Devgn in it.
"I think I have established my name in the industry in a way that I am not insecure of the fact that the film has two other heroines. I genuinely liked the role and just because there are two more heroines, I can't say no to a film.
"This is the first time I am working in a multi-starrer.
It was a fun film to be involved with," Sonakshi said.
'Action Jackson' is an action comedy directed by Prabhudeva. Sonakshi, who has previously collaborated with the choreographer-director in 'Rowdy Rathore' and 'R... Rajkumar', said the upcoming movie is a typical commercial film, which Prabhudeva is best known for.
"It is a typical Prabhu sir film full of entertainment and masala. When I was offered the film, Prabhu sir told me he is looking for someone who has a good comic timing. This film gave me an opportunity to play a character which is overloaded with comedy," the 'Dabangg' actress said.
Besides, making potboilers, Prabhudeva is also known for his quirky choreography of his songs. Sonakshi said since she has worked with Prabhu several times, she had no problem picking up the moves but her-co-star Devgn was initially struggling with the dancing.
"I love dancing and I don't see it as a task. It is my passion too. So I pick up Prabhu sir's steps quickly. As we know Ajay sir does not like dancing and he tried to keep away from it. But Prabhu sir is a brilliant choreographer and he knows the limitations of a person.
"He designed steps according to Ajay's comfort. He was little hesitant before doing the steps but finally he did it perfectly. And I guess that comfort also shows in the screen," Sonakshi said.
'Action Jackson' will hit theatres on December 5.