Sonakshi Sinha graces the cover of a leading magazine

Sonakshi Sinha

Sonakshi Sinha is one of the most celebrated and sought after actress in the Bollywood industry. Right from her debut in “Dabangg”, Sonakshi has proved that she is here for the long and has only gotten better with time.

Sonakshi has graced the the September cover of Filmfare magazine this month. Dressed in red outfit and sporting sleek hair with bronze makeup look, Sonakshi is definetly imparting fashion goals in true sense.

Sonakshi has shared another set of pictures from the magazine. In the pictures, Sonakshi is seen dressed in pink outfit.

Speaking about her upcoming work in cinema, Sonakshi will next be seen in horror comedy “Kakuda”. The film also stars actor Saqib Saleem and Riteish Deshmukh.

Apart from this, the actress is all set to make her web series debut with “Fallen”, where she plays a cop and will also be seen in “Bulbul Tarang”.

The film has been directed by Shree Narayan Singh and is said to be inspired by a true story. The film also features Raj Babbar and Tahir Raj Bhasin.

Bollywood actress Sonakshi Sinha and her brothers Luv Sinha and Kussh Sinha, who recently launched House of Creativity (HOC), have been brought on board to create the beautiful wall art at Mumbai’s Mahim Beach.

The wall art was created by Shabbu Painter also known as Akhlaq Ahmed.

Sonakshi said, “Art is very important for our society and we at House of Creativity are glad to associate with BMC for the beautification of Mahim Beach. The amazing wall art created by painter Shabbu adds to the visual aesthetics.”

The actress said that through this initiative, “we want to pay tribute to all the wonderful artists and are hopeful this is just a start for more good work.”

Luv Sinha, co-founder of HOC added: “We got in touch with Shabbu painter and brainstormed on the artwork. It was a collaborative effort and we are happy with the way it turned out. At HOC we believe in giving the platform to artists to showcase their talent and we are glad to have achieved it with this project.