Shatrughan Sinha said no to Sonakshi’s action thriller Akira | Memsaab.com

Actor-politician Shatrughan Sinha had raised eyebrows when he backed out of Akira after accepting the role of his daughter Sonakshi’s father.

For her part, Sonakshi, too, was not keen on Shatrughan playing the part of her dad in Akira, as the character dies and is seen only in flashbacks. Sonakshi has given her best to this film in terms of doing action sequences or portraying emotions.

For her part, Sonakshi, too, was not keen on Shatrughan playing the part of her dad in Akira, as the character dies and is seen only in flashbacks. Sonakshi has given her best to this film in terms of doing action sequences or portraying emotions.
Shatrughan words like any doting daughter, Sonakshi doesn’t like the thought of something happening to her father
 

Shatrughan is all praise for Atul Kulkarni, who essayed the role of Sonakshi’s father in the film. He also heaped praise on the film’s director A.R. Murugadoss.

Shatrughan is all praise for Atul Kulkarni, who essayed the role of Sonakshi’s father in the film. He also heaped praise on the film’s director A.R. Murugadoss.
He added Atul Kulkarni is a very accomplished actor. I am so glad he did the role as he brought the character to life.

The veteran actor said , my entire career, I’ve been seen as a vociferous character who says ‘khamosh’ to all his friends and enemies.

The veteran actor said , my entire career, I’ve been seen as a vociferous character who says ‘khamosh’ to all his friends and enemies.
He added how could I myself become ‘khamosh’?” The film would have had no scenes with Sonakshi and him on screen at the same time.

Actor-politician Shatrughan Sinha had raised eyebrows when he backed out of Akira after accepting the role of his daughter Sonakshi’s father.

Actor-politician Shatrughan Sinha had raised eyebrows when he backed out of Akira after accepting the role of his daughter Sonakshi’s father.
As per the actor, it was only because the character was that of a vocally-impaired man.