Watch: What Made Sonakshi Sinha Cry!


Sonakshi-Bollywood’s Dabangg actress Sonakshi Sinha is currently shooting for her much anticipated film ‘Force 2′ in Budapest. The actress, who has been away from the big screen since her last film ‘Tevar‘, is shooting for the film with actor John Abraham.

The actress is obviously away from home and is missing her family while she is battling with the chilling cold climate there. Apart from enjoying her shooting of the film, the actress has made a dubsmash video where she is seen saying how she is missing her loved ones and India.

Somebody is homesick so they made this hysterical video Don’t we all miss seeing her out and about in Mumbai too?!?

Posted by Sonakshi Sinha on Monday, 12 October 2015

Sonakshi Sinha who was last seen in ‘Tevar’ opposite Arjun Kapoor will be seen Abhinay Deo’s ‘Force 2’, to be produced by Vipul Shah. For the first time Sonakshi and John Abraham will be seen together on screens. Expectations are already high to see what the new fresh jodi of Bollywood would bring on screens for the audiences.

Recently, Sonakshi Sinha had shared a video of her along with the stunt directors where she was seen learning new moves. She wrote, “The boys taught me a fun new game today on set. Its called ninja… Stay in position and slap each others hands. Looks stupid but its Super fun!!!!! @craig.macrae @russmccarroll @ianstock_gymnat thank you for brightening up this gloomy dark day #shootshennanigans #theshootlife #traveldiaries #force2 #budapest #ninjasona.”

‘Force 2’ is a sequel of 2011 hit film ‘Force’, which starred John Abraham and Genelia D’Souza. John Abraham’s character in the film was praised and appreciated by the critics and audiences and now that the actor is part of the sequel, more of action and drama is on its way for the audiences in part 2.

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