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Sonakshi Sinha Excites The Audience With Noor Video On Her Birthday

Bollywood Dabangg girl Sonakshi Sinha has turned 29 today. On the birthday, she had surprised her fans with all new video of her next film ‘Noor’. She is all set to reprise the role of ‘Noor Roy Chaudhary‘ in the film. Well, you must be thinking, what is this now? Actually, Sonakshi Sinha has been roped into play a Pakistani journalist in the upcoming movie ‘Noor‘.

Sonakshi Sinha has already had few projects in her kitty like ‘Akira’ and ‘Force 2’ releasing this year. This is not all, she has already given a nod to star in a movie ‘Namastey England’ opposite Akshay Kumar and Abhay Chopra’s remake of ‘Ittefaq’ opposite Sidharth Malhotra.

Well, that means she has 2 projects releasing this year, two scheduled to release in 2017 and now she has signed another project ‘Noor’. So she has 5 films coming back to back on the Silver screen in the coming years.

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Yesterday, the first look of Sonakshi Sinha’s ‘Noor’ was surfaced online where she is looking in a some sort of journalist garb. Soon we got to know that Sonakshi’s character is based on Pakistani journalist writer Saba Imtiaz’s 2014 novel, ‘Karachi You’re Killing Me‘. Playing a fictional character is sometimes easy but for reprising some real life characters is a challenging affair. She took this challenge and we know she has the guts to deliver it in an effective way.

In the latest released video of director Sunhil Sippy film, Sonakshi looks will really surprise you. It has been heard that the film will go on floors in July and will be wrapped up till the end of August. Sonakshi, who is currently in a holiday at New York, and she will start the shooting on his return.

Sonakshi’s latest release film is ‘Akira’, which also stars Konkana Sen Sharma, Urmila Mahanta, Mithun Chakraborty, Amit Sadh, Anurag Kashyap and Shatrughan Sinha in a pivotal role. The film is slated to release on September 23.

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