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Sonakshi Sinha likes to style herself

Sonakshi, who has usually been seen sporting traditional looks in her films, will flaunt a western look in 'Action Jackson'.

By: Indo-Asian News Service | Mumbai |
December 4, 2014 2:17:45 pm
Sonakshi Sinha styles herself for few scenes in 'Action Jackson'. (Source: AP) Sonakshi Sinha styles herself for few scenes in ‘Action Jackson’. (Source: AP)

Actress Sonakshi Sinha, who worked as a costume designer before facing the cameras in films, has styled herself for few scenes in ‘Action Jackson’. She says she liked doing so.

The actress, who has usually been seen sporting traditional looks in her films, will flaunt a western look in ‘Action Jackson’.

Talking about it, she said: “I have my stylist a bit of here and there, but I like to do it myself. I like to put my own stuff together at times. So I work on my own jacket, shoes and sunglasses in a song.

“Besides, it was not a conscious decision to look modern (in ‘Action Jackson’). In fact, I wore a western outfit in ‘Joker’, but not many people watched it. It’s not my mistake.”

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In the film, she will be seen with Ajay Devgn. She says her co-star is allergic to dancing, but he was prepared for the film thanks to director Prabhudheva.

“Prabhudheva had told him, ‘You have to dance’. Prabhu is a great choreographer, so he gave Ajay steps according to his personality and not gave him any steps because of which he will be uncomfortable,” he added.

‘Action Jackson’, releasing Friday, also features Yami Gautam.

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