I enjoy doing comedy because I’m a funny person in real life: Sonakshi Sinha


Sonakshi Sinha says much of her learning about acting happened on film sets, unlike today’s newcomers who enter the industry prepared in every aspect. Sonakshi, who made her debut in 2010 with Salman Khan’s Dabangg, says since she never wanted to be an actor, she gradually learned things along the way in the industry.
“I never wanted to be an actor in the first place, I never went for workshops, acting or dancing classes. Everybody who is making their debut today is so well prepared.
“They know how to face the camera, how to pose for photographers. I didn’t know any of that. I was a fat kid, I lost weight and was put in a film. I learned everything on set,” Sonakshi told PTI.
The actor may have come along a long way but said the process of learning has still not stopped for her.
“The learning process still continues. Even today I make sure whoever I meet, work with, teaches me something. It may not be related to work but just something they said. Everybody teaches you something and I hope that process never stops,” she added.“Every actor has something that they find easy or tough. For some comedy is difficult, I personally enjoy it so I like to do it. It seems to be a good fit for me because I happen to be a funny person in real life. While doing emotional scenes on screen is difficult for me. I find that very challenging,” she adds.
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