I am happy representing my own culture," Sonakshi Sinha admits.

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sonakshi-sinha-turns-desiMay 30, Gurgaon: The actress was here to promote her forthcoming film ‘Rowdy Rathore’ with co-star Akshay Kumar and director Prabhu Deva. It releases Friday. She admits that she is not bold enough to do an item number, but says she won’t mind doing one if presented in a right manner.

“I am not waiting to get a role that will change my desi girl image, but still if I get something, which requires me to be more westernised and my character is good I won’t mind doing it. Right now I am happy representing my own culture,” she said.

Sonakshi, who made her debut with Dabangg (2010), hasn’t had a release in a year and eight months. But she insists that professionally, it’s been a productive time with five films lined up — Rowdy Rathore, Joker, SOS, Dabangg 2 and Lootera. The first opens this Friday, the next three follow in quick succession, and Lootera releases next March.

The fans across the mall went berserk to catch a glimpse of the actors. The actors were accompanied by Prabhu Deva, considered to be India’s Michael Jackson. Akshay Kumar looked ‘rowdy’ while sporting a moustache while Sonakshi was dressed in traditional suit and salwar.

The Bollywood heartthrob, Akshay Kumar, stated that the film is based on Bihar’s mafia rule. He stated that his role is quite different in this movie. When asked about his experience working with Sonakshi, he praised her screen presence and acting skills.

“(Director) Prabhu Deva has his own way of choreographing action sequences. His action sequences have a rhythm. It is a very raw kind of action, which I haven’t done since ages,” Akshay told reporters Tuesday (May 29, 2012) while promoting his film Rowdy Rathore that is coming out Friday (June 1, 2012).

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