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From Rajjo to Jinal, here’s how Sonakshi has played different colours of India on screen
The Clumsy Gujarati
Sonakshi Sinha has been in the industry for eight years now, and the lady still sparks freshness when she is on our screens. In her vivid filmography, if one takes a closer look, Sonakshi has played various regional characters, with a charm.The same charm is visible in the trailer of her upcoming movie 'Welcome To New York' wherein she plays a vivacious Gujarati girl.
The Bold and Beautiful North Indian
The actress made her debut playing a North-Indian belle in Salman Khan’s ‘Dabangg’, continuing the tryst with ‘Dabangg 2’, and hopefully will do in ‘Dabangg 3’. She was a spunky North-Indian in ‘Rowdy Rathore’ as well, where she was opposite Akshay Kumar.
The Brass Punjabi Kudi
The actress turned into a brass and stunning Punjabi Kudi for Ajay Devgn’s ‘Son of Sardaar’ and owned every bit of screen space she was in.
The Bengalan Who Mesmerised
From a shy Bengali beauty in ‘Lootera’ she transformed into a confident one in ‘Bullet Raja’. But one thing that was constant was her convincing way of playing the character, and her gorgeous looks.
The Confident yet Confused Modern-day Urban Woman
Sonakshi played two different urban women in ‘Ittefaq’ and ‘Noor’. While the former saw her as a composed upper-middle class wife, ‘Noor’ saw her as a twenty-something urban woman stuck in mid-life crisis with career and love confusions. The actress played both with utter conviction.
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