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Sonakshi Sinha
Sonakshi Sinha.jpg
Sinha in 2014
Born (1987-06-02) 2 June 1987 (age 34)[1]
Patna, Bihar, India
Alma materSNDT Women's University
  • Actress
  • singer
Years active2010–present
Parent(s)Poonam Sinha
Shatrughan Sinha
RelativesLuv Sinha (brother)

Sonakshi Sinha (pronounced [soːnaːkʂi sɪnɦa]; born 2 June 1987) is an Indian actress and singer who works in Hindi films.[2] After working as a costume designer for independent films, she made her acting debut portraying Rajjo Pandey in the action-drama film Dabangg in 2010, which won her the Filmfare Award for Best Female Debut.[3] She rose to prominence for playing the romantic interest of the male protagonists in the comedy film Rowdy Rathore (2012), the action film Son of Sardaar (2012) and the thriller film Holiday: A Soldier Is Never Off Duty (2014), and for appearing in a variety of item numbers.

Sinha garnered critical acclaim for her portrayal of Pakhi Roy Chaudhary, a troubled woman suffering from tuberculosis in the period drama film Lootera (2013), for which she earned several accolades, including a nomination for the Filmfare Award for Best Actress,[4][5][6] as well as nominations for two Screen Awards and an International Indian Film Academy Award. Sinha went on to reprise the role of Rajjo in the Dabangg franchise's next two installments, Dabangg 2 (2012) and Dabangg 3 (2019) and appeared as Eka Gandhi in the science fiction film Mission Mangal (2019).[7]

Asides from acting, Sinha has ventured into singing, beginning with an appearance on the single "Let's Celebrate" which was featured in the film Tevar (2015). Her debut single, "Aaj Mood Ishqholic Hai" in December 15, and she has sung in a total of four films, which include the viral single "Rafta Rafta Medley", featured in the soundtrack of Yamla Pagla Deewana: Phir Se (2018).

Early life

Sinha was born on 2 June 1987 in Patna, Bihar,[1] to film actors Shatrughan Sinha and Poonam Sinha (née Chandiramani). Her father belongs to a Bihari Kayastha family while her mother hails from a Sindhi Hindu family.[8] Her father served as a Member of Parliament of the Bharatiya Janata Party,[1][9] before he switched to the Indian National Congress in 2019. Sinha is the youngest of three children – she has two (twin) brothers, Luv Sinha and Kush Sinha. She did her schooling at Arya Vidya Mandir and later graduated in fashion designing from Premlila Vithaldas Polytechnic of Shreemati Nathibai Damodar Thackersey Women's University.[10]


2005–2012: Early work and breakthrough

Sinha started her career as a costume designer, designing the costumes for films such as Mera Dil Leke Dekho in 2005.[11] She made her acting debut in the 2010 film Dabangg, in which she starred opposite Salman Khan. It went on to become the highest-grossing film of 2010 and ultimately emerged as an all-time blockbuster.[12][13] Sinha had to lose 3 kg in preparation for the role as a village girl.[14] Her performance was well received, with noted critic Taran Adarsh noting that "Sonakshi Sinha looks fresh, acts confidently and pairs off very well with Salman. Most importantly, she delivers the right expressions and is not overpowered by the galaxy of stars in the cast."[15] Although Sinha had no film releases in 2011, she won awards for her debut. This included the Filmfare Award as well as the IIFA Awards among many others.

Sinha at DVD launch of Rowdy Rathore in 2012

Sinha had four releases in 2012, her first being Prabhu Deva's Rowdy Rathore, opposite Akshay Kumar. The film opened to mixed reviews from critics,[16] although it had a strong opening at the box office,[17] collecting approx. 150.6 million (US$2.0 million) on the first day and eventually became a blockbuster.[18] Despite this, critic Rajeev Masand criticized her ornamental role and wrote that Sinha "seems to exist in this film only to have her midriff repeatedly pinched by Akshay Kumar."[19] Her next film, Shirish Kunder's Joker, also opposite Akshay Kumar, proved to be a commercial disaster at the box office and received overwhelmingly negative reviews.[20][21] Her third film, Ashwni Dhir's Son of Sardar, opposite Ajay Devgn, was poorly received by the critics, but proved to be an economic success. Critic Saibal Chatterjee from NDTV noted that Sinha "endeavours to be pretty and dainty amid all the madness."[22] Arbaaz Khan's Dabangg 2, the sequel to her immensely successful debut garnered little praise from critics, though it proved to be a major financial success.[23][24][25][26] Sinha also dubbed for the voice of Tooth in the Hindi version of Rise of the Guardians.[27]

2013–2016: Lootera and rise to prominence

Sinha's first film of 2013 was Vikramaditya Motwane's period romance-drama Lootera, placing her opposite Ranveer Singh. Despite receiving a lukewarm response at the box office,[28] the film and Sinha gathered praise,[29] with Sinha's portrayal of Pakhi, a Bengali girl who is dying of tuberculosis, receiving universal acclaim from critics. Sarita Tanwar notes that "the star of the film is undoubtedly Sonakshi Sinha [who gives] a mature and refined performance. She lives the character body and soul."[30] Raja Sen agrees, saying that "Sonakshi Sinha plays Pakhi beautifully, creating a character who is immaculately wide-eyed and possesses casual, yet unmistakable, grace. It is a performance that starts off dreamily soft and turns harder, and she does well-etched dialogue justice like few actresses can. There's a discernible vulnerability to Pakhi throughout the film, and Sinha brings out this fragility perfectly without ever overplaying it."[31] She next appeared in Milan Luthria's crime romance film Once Upon a Time in Mumbai Dobaara! in which she was paired with Akshay Kumar again, as well as Imran Khan.[32] The movie was a commercial disappointment and critic Mohar Basu labeled her "a chatterbox replete with idioticity which the director frames as naiveness."[33] Sinha then appeared in Tigmanshu Dhulia's Bullett Raja opposite Saif Ali Khan, a box office flop. Her final release of the year was Prabhu Deva's R... Rajkumar opposite Shahid Kapoor. A moderate commercial success, the film and her performance received negative reviews. Taran Adarsh labeled her "repetitive" and noted that she needed to "reinvent herself."[34]

Sinha during a song launching event for Force 2, in 2016

In 2014, after providing her voice for the voice of Jewel in the Hindi-dubbed Rio 2,[35] Sinha was seen in A.R. Murugadoss's action thriller Holiday: A Soldier Is Never Off Duty, a remake of the director's Tamil film Thuppakki.[36] Starring opposite Akshay Kumar, Sinha appeared as a boxer. It received mixed-to-positive reviews from critics and emerged as a box office hit.[37][38] Jyoti Sharma Bawa said of Sinha's portrayal: "Sonakshi has nothing to do much in the film and overacts in places. For an actor who has already proved her mettle in the acting department, this definitely is a downer."[39] Sinha appeared in a music video with Yo Yo Honey Singh titled Superstar.[40] In July, Sinha jointly bought a team in the World Kabaddi League.[41] Her second release of 2014 was Prabhu Deva's Action Jackson, with Ajay Devgn and Yami Gautam. She made her Tamil cinema debut opposite Rajinikanth in KS Ravikumar's Lingaa, which was her final release of 2014.[42]

In 2015, she appeared in Boney Kapoor's remake of Okkadu, titled Tevar, opposite Arjun Kapoor.[43][44][45] In his review, Rajeev Masand wrote: "Sonakshi Sinha, playing another simpering damsel in another South remake, once again has nothing to do. She appears content showing up for a few dance numbers, and waiting around for a man to save her."[46] Tevar underperformed at the box office and was one of the biggest flops of the year.[47] Sonakshi released her debut single "Aaj Mood Ishqholic Hai", in collaboration with Meet Bros on 23 December 2015.[48][49] The following year, Sinha starred in the remake of the 2011 Tamil film Mouna Guru, entitled Akira, an action-drama from director AR Murugadoss, in which she played an aggressive college student. Akira had taken the best start at the box office amongst all female-centric releases of 2016.[50] The film had initial recovery of 15.5 crore, and the film made over 33+ crore on box office, becoming an average grosser.[51] Then, she appeared in Abhinay Deo's action-thriller Force 2, opposite John Abraham.[52][53][54] The film made on a low budget, grossed over 58.75 crore and was declared an average grosser.[55] Though Sinha's character was labeled as a unformed agent, her performance received some acclaim. Bollywood Life reviewed her performance as "Sonakshi Sinha is believable in action scenes she got and ably supports John."[56]


In 2017, she was seen in Sunhil Sippy's comedy film Noor based on Saba Imtiaz's novel Karachi, You're Killing Me!. She featured in the titular role of Noor alongside Kanan Gill, Shibani Dandekar and Purab Kohli.[57] Her performance received major acclaim, with one reviewer writing that "Sonakshi Sinha pulls off her character without appearing to try too hard."[58] Hindustan Times wrote that "Sonakshi looks quite convincing with the grimaces, pouts, eye rolls, scowls and goofy grins - displaying an amusing dorkiness. Even when her character turns serious, Sonakshi displays her prowess and aces the grim looks."[59] Commercially, the film flopped.[60] Her last film release in the year was Abhay Chopra's Ittefaq, a remake of the 1969 murder mystery Ittefaq, opposite Sidharth Malhotra, and Akshay Khanna.[61] The film was a moderate box-office success.[62][63] It was a commercial failure.[64] In March 2017, Sinha announced that she was working on a new single. Despite speculation she might perform as the opening act for Canadian singer Justin Bieber's Purpose World Tour concert at the DY Patil Stadium in Mumbai on 10 May,[65] her performance did not occur.[66]

Sinha in 2019, promoting Mission Mangal

In 2018, she was seen in comedy spoof film Welcome to New York, with an ensemble cast including Diljit Dosanjh, Karan Johar, and others. The film was shot in IIFA Awards 2017 and was the first film to be based on an award show.[67] The film received overwhelming negative reviews and Sinha's appearance in the film was particularly criticized, with Rajeev Masand of News 18 saying that ''Not very funny, unfortunately, is Sonakshi Sinha, who comes off exaggerated and out-of-step even in a film of such ridiculously low standards. She spends the bulk of her time on screen contorting her face like Jim Carrey, but with none of the same results.''[68] The film was also a box-office bomb, earning only Rs. 75 lakh on its first day.[69] The same year, Sinha appeared in female-oriented comedy film Happy Phirr Bhag Jayegi along with Diana Penty in the eponymous character. The film was released on 24 August 2018.[70] As with her previous release, Happy Phirr Bhag Jayegi was a commercial disappointment.[71] Then, she made a special appearance in a song of Yamla Pagla Deewana Phir Se.

In 2019, she performed in a song ''Mungda'' in comedy film Total Dhamaal.[72] She next starred in the period romance film Kalank with an ensemble cast including Aditya Roy Kapur, Sanjay Dutt, Madhuri Dixit, Alia Bhatt and Varun Dhawan. The film failed to perform well commercially.[73][74] In 2019, Sinha was cast in drama film Mission Mangal, which featured an ensemble cast, including Akshay Kumar, Vidya Balan and Taapsee Pannu. The project began filming in 2018,[75] and was directed by Jagan Shakti. The film was a massive commercial success at the box-office,[76] grossing over 200 crore on a budget of 30 crore,[77] and received positive reviews from critics.[78] She is appearing alongside Ajay Devgn, Sanjay Dutt and Parineeti Chopra in war drama film Bhuj: The Pride of India.[79] After that, she will reprise her role in Dabangg 3 opposite Salman Khan, which will be directed by Prabhu Deva.[80][81]

In the media


Sinha is a professed animal lover, and she had posed for a PETA campaign advocating the adoption and sterilization of dogs and cats.[82] She has starred in a one-minute video PSA, urging everyone to adopt animals and have them sterilised. She has been quoted saying: "Breeders, pet stores and people who don't sterilize their animals are responsible for all the animals who end up homeless. Every time someone buys a dog or cat from a breeder or pet store, a homeless animal roaming the streets or waiting in an animal shelter loses a chance at a home and a good life."[83] She also promotes breaking the stereotypes of typical body size.[84][85]


Films that have not yet been released Denotes films and series that have not yet been released


Year Title Role Notes
2010 Dabangg Rajjo Pandey
2012 Rowdy Rathore Paro
Joker Diva
OMG – Oh My God Herself Special appearance in song "Go Go Govinda"
Son of Sardaar Sukhmeet Kaur Sandhu
Dabangg 2 Rajjo Pandey
2013 Himmatwala Herself Special appearance in song: "Thank God It's Friday"
Lootera Pakhi Roy Chaudhary
Once Upon A Time In Mumbai Dobaara Jasmine Sheikh
Boss Herself Special appearance in songs: "Party All Night" and "Har Kisi Ko"
Bullett Raja Mitali
R... Rajkumar Chanda
2014 Holiday: A Soldier Is Never Off Duty Saiba Thapar
Action Jackson Kushi
Lingaa Mani Bharathi Tamil Film Debut
2015 Tevar Radhika Mishra
All Is Well Herself Special appearance in song "Nachan Farrate"
2016 Akira Akira
Force 2 Kamaljit Kaur
2017 Noor Noor Roy Chaudhary Also playback singer of song "Move Your Lakk"
Ittefaq Maya
2018 Welcome to New York Jinal Patel
Happy Phirr Bhag Jayegi Harpreet
Yamla Pagla Deewana: Phir Se Herself Special appearance in song 'Rafta Rafta'
2019 Total Dhamaal Herself Special appearance in song 'Mungda'
Kalank Satya Chaudhry
Khandaani Shafakhana Babita "Baby" Bedi
Mission Mangal Eka Gandhi
Laal Kaptaan Noor Bai
Dabangg 3 Rajjo Pandey
2020 Ghoomketu Herself Special appearance
2021 Bhuj: The Pride of India Sunderben Jetha Madharparya Released On Disney+Hotstar[86]
2022 KakudaFilms that have not yet been released TBA Completed[87]


Year Title Role Notes Ref.
2015 Indian Idol Herself Reality series; Judge [88][89]
Indian Idol Junior [citation needed]
2017 Nach Baliye
Om Shanti Om
2019 Myntra Fashion Superstar Web series; Judge [90][91][92]


Year Title Label Album/Film Ref.
2015 Let's Celebrate Eros Music Tevar [93]
Aaj Mood Ishqholic Hai T-Series Non-album single [94]
2016 Rajj Rajj Ke Akira [95]
2017 Move Your Lakk Noor [96]
2018 Chin Chin Choo Saregama Happy Phirr Bhag Jayegi [97]
Rafta Rafta Dekho Medley Yamla Pagla Deewana Phir Se [98]
2021 Hum Hindustani Dhamaka Records Non-album single [99]
Mil Mahiya BGBNG Music Non-album single [100]

Awards and nominations

Year Award Category Film Result Ref.
2011 Apsara Film & Television Producers Guild Awards Best Female Debut Dabangg Won [101]
Filmfare Awards Best Female Debut Won [102]
International Indian Film Academy Awards Star Debut of the Year – Female Won [103]
Star Screen Awards Most Promising Newcomer – Female Won [104]
Stardust Awards Superstar of Tomorrow – Female Won [105]
Best Thriller/Action Actress Nominated [106]
Zee Cine Awards Best Female Debut Won [107]
Best International Female Icon Nominated [107]
2013 People's Choice Awards India Favorite Youth Movie Icon Herself Nominated
Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards India Best Movie Actress Nominated [108]
People's Choice Awards India Favorite Movie Actress Rowdy Rathore Nominated
Stardust Awards Best Thriller/Action Actress Nominated [109]
Best Thriller/Action Actress Dabangg 2 Nominated
Best Comedy/Romance Actress Son of Sardar Nominated [109]
BIG Star Entertainment Awards Most Entertaining Actor in a Comedy Film – Female Nominated
2014 BIG Star Entertainment Awards Most Entertaining Actor in a Romantic Role - Female Lootera Won [110]
Most Entertaining Film Actor – Female Nominated [111]
Filmfare Awards Best Actress Nominated [112]
Apsara Film & Television Producers Guild Awards Best Actress in a Leading Role Nominated [113]
Screen Awards Best Actress Nominated [114]
Popular Choice (Female) Nominated [115]
Zee Cine Awards Best Actress (Critics) Won [116]
International Indian Film Academy Awards Best Actress Nominated [117]
2014 Stardust Awards Best Thriller/Action Actress Holiday: A Soldier Is Never Off Duty Nominated
2017 BIG Zee Entertainment Awards Most Entertaining Actor in an Action Film – Male/Female Force 2 Nominated [118]
Akira Nominated [118]


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