Sonakshi Sinha reveals WHY she was doubtful about doing film Khandaani Shafakhana

Sonakshi Sinha who will be seen playing the happy-go-lucky Punjabi girl Babita "Baby" Bedi in her upcoming film Khandaani Shafakhana, in her recent interview spoke about why she was initially doubtful to do the film

Sonakshi Sinha reveals WHY she was doubtful about doing film Khandaani Shafakhana Sonakshi Sinha reveals WHY she was doubtful about doing film Khandaani Shafakhana Source : Press

Sonakshi Sinha, who will next be seen inKhandaani Shafakhana, is currently seen on a promotion spree as her film hits theatres on 2nd August. The film also stars Varun Sharma, Kulbhushan Kharbanda and Annu Kapoor while the famous rapper Badshah will also mark his acting debut. Directed by Shilpi Dasgupta, the comedy-drama tells the story of Babita "Baby" Bedi essayed by Sonakshi inherits a sex clinic from her uncle. And while the whole family is happy about her new inheritance, only soon to realise she has to run the clinic for six months before she can seel it.

Talking about her how she was initially sceptical about doing the movie, in her recent interview Sonakshi said, "A girl inherits her mama ji's sex clinic.' When I heard this, my first reaction was why have these people come to me with such a film? Don't they know I only do family films?" Only to quickly add, "After I heard the script, I realised I had to do this film because it is such a relevant subject. It touches upon so many topics that people should be talking about but they don't. Once my mother read the script, she loved it. When you get your mother's approval on such a subject, which can be dicey, you are relieved."

Sonakshi also spoke about the most difficult part that she had to shoot for, she said that in the film there is a part where she is shown advertising the clinic in a live market. She said she was on this cycle rickshaw and behind her was a huge banner, which had 'sex' written on it. Not only that but she also had to say the names of all the sex-related illnesses. And though she was initially really shy before doing it, Shilpi (Dasgupta, the director) gave her the confidence to do it. She further stated that it is precisely what the film talks about, that there should be no hesitation in the first place, even if she has to talk about it in front of 1,000 people.