Actress Sonakshi Sinha’s brother and Bollywood actor Luv Sinha says that if her debut film ‘Sadiyaan’ had been a box office hit in 2010, she might not have been compared to her sister today. It is natural for both of us to be compared to each other and we cannot avail it even if we want to. Because we both have the same background. Where this happens often. During a conversation, Luv talked about his film career while praising his sister Sonakshi.
Talking to ‘The Times of India’, Love spoke openly about his personal and professional life. During this time, he told that my debut film ‘Sadiyaan’ was not a good start for me, due to which my image as an actor has faced some difficulties in the beginning. In this conversation, Love further said that I made a great debut, which became a blockbuster. He further said that in fact, I am thankful to director Raj Kanwar for giving me the opportunity to act in his film. This meant that they gave me a chance to carry on this legacy. I hope that someday I will be able to do what people think of me. He further said that there can be no comparison between brother and sister. Even my father should not be compared with me because it is not right. I am saying this because my father’s time was different,
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Love, praising his sister Sonakshi, said that I am proud of my sister. He said, “I am glad that she never let me feel that she is trying to become number one. Sonakshi gave many hit films one after the other but never said that she is a star. Secondly I say that just like my father, Sonakshi has proved herself in Bollywood and now it’s my turn.
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For your information, let us know that Sonakshi and Love are the children of Bollywood veteran Shatrughan Sinha. Sonakshi Sinha made her Bollywood debut in 2010 with the movie Dabangg. The film was a blockbuster film. Love’s film ‘Sadiyaan’ was also released this year. The film was a period drama, directed by Raj Kanwar. The film featured Rishi Kapoor, Hema Malini, Javed Sheikh and Rekha in the lead roles. One of the film is based on the India-Pakistan partition. However, the film was not able to gather much color at the Brooks office.