Sonakshi Sinha now doesn’t require the identity of being the daughter of two great actors Mr. Shotgun Sinha aka Shatrughan Sinha and Poonam Sinha. She is now popularly known as a popular Bollywood actress. In the year 2010, she made her debut in the film Dabangg opposite Salman Khan. Who gets such a big opening yaar. But she utilized this opportunity and showcased her acting skills which won her the Filmfare Award for Best Female Debut.
To get deep into her professional life she did not start her career as an actress she initially worked as an usher at the Lakme Fashion Week. Later on, she got into fashion designing and then she was offered the film role. She lost 30 Kg of weight before starting to shoot the film as the role demanded so. And the results were quite sweet career-wise.
From then she has acted in several films and videos. Her fashion sense is quite elegant but she often likes to experiment. In her recent promotional events where she was promoting her latest movie ‘Iteefaq’, she turned the heads by making quirky yet comfortable sartorial choice of dressings. Fashion blunders do often happen in this showbiz but throughout the promotions she made her style rock. Her film co-stars Sidharth Malhotra and Akshaye Khanna also nailed it but it was the ‘Dabangg’ actress who created an impression with her simple yet trendy fashion sense. In the events, she experimented with sultry crop tops, stripes, eccentric jewelry, and Boho-fashion.
And now to add it on she has again hit the right strings in the cover photo of the Cosmopolitan magazine’s November issue. She has adorned a tasseled jacket and high-waisted black leather shorts in the photo shoot. The combination which is a cross between the college fashion and the biker look she looks refreshing. The black shorts from BCBG Max Azria and the Namrata Joshipura’s denim fringe jacket completes the look by being both classic and playful.
The look was completed by Deepa Gurnani’s Erte x Deepa Gurnani Cuff which just kept the accessories minimal yet loud. The make-up and hair added the oomph factor which was done by Namrata Soni.