Bollywood celebrity Sonakshi Sinha says she will not be enjoying a Pakistani reporter in the video ‘Noor’, which relies on Pakistani author Saba Imtiaz’s novel ‘Karachi, You’re killinh Me’ and that is what our CRB Tech reviews over here is all about. At the movie trailer release of her future film ‘Force 2’, the celebrity was inquired about her aspect in ‘Noor’.
She said: “All I can say is that I am not playing a Pakistani reporter in the movie. The film relies on a magazine, which is provided by a Pakistani author. The tale has been tailored into a Mumbai background.”
The book is a bittersweet tale of merely one younger lady, Noor, who is connected to her career as a journalist-writer. Directed by debutant Sunhil Sippy, the film involves Noor’s misadventures and romantic lifestyle as she navigates her way through Mumbai.
The film, also features Purab Kohli, Shibani Dandekar and Kanan Gill, is planned to hit the big screens on Apr 7 next year.
Besides that, Sonakshi continues her ‘action queen’ character in her next film ‘Force 2’ after ‘Akira’.
Asked if she can be marked as action king, Sonakshi said: “You must. I am very attracted to action films, which is why even in the previous, I’ve been part of a lot of action films. I appreciate viewing this category. Whenever I viewed my characters doing action, I considered doing this awesome things.
“I got the opportunity in ‘Akira’. I could not be more grateful that it has been taken ahead to ‘Force 2’. I will do my best to maintain my tag of ‘action queen’.”
Directed by Abhinay Deo, ‘Force 2’ functions John Abraham and is launching on Nov 18.
After ‘Force 2’, Sonakshi Sinha will be next seen in Sunhil Sippy’s directorial first appearance ‘Noor’. The film relies on Pakistani writer Saba Imtiaz’s novel ‘Karachi, You’re Killing Me’.
And while there were reviews of Sinha playingg a Pakistani reporter in the film, she talked about the same during the movie trailer release occasion of ‘Force 2’ nowadays.
The ‘Akira’ celebrity resolved that she’d be seen playing an Indian, and not a Pakistani in ‘Noor’; and that the tale of the novel has been tailored and set in Mumbai!
The film, also featuring Purab Kohli, Shibani Dandekar and Kanan Gill, is planned to hit the big screens on 7th Apr next year. Thus ourCRB Tech reviews over here has been completed.