Sonakshi Sinha’s Happy Twist To Salman Khan’s Tere Naam Is Really Funny

Sonakshi Sinha, the actress who debuted from Salman Khan's Dabbang is happy for the release of her latest film Happy Phirr Bhag Jayegi. Yes, the film has finally hit the theatres and reactions of the audience, as well as the critics, are good to go. The film is all about the story of a girl with a mistaken identity with the comedy twist. Apart from Sonakshi, Jimmy Sheirgill and Piyush Mishra performed too good with their punches which gave us laughter. Well, Happy Bhag Jayegi actress Diana Penty is also in the film with newbie Jassi Gill.

Recently, Sonakshi gave a happy spin to Salman Khan when she interviewed Happy (Diana). In the interview when Penty asked her to give a happy spin to Salman Khan’s movie, Tere Naam, and trust us Sonakshi's version is too hilarious to make us go lol over it. She answered, “Tere Baalon Ke Naam” because “of his hairstyle.”

Director Mudassar Aziz once asked about there is no memorable comedy for a while in the industry. So, he told where the film industry is lacking and said, "I’m glad you raised this question. I wouldn’t be able to say where the industry is lacking. But I certainly think there’s dearth of comedy films in Bollywood. I am doing what I can. I believe comedy is infectious. If one person is laughing from one corner of the theatre, it reaches to the other end of the same theatre. So when comedies are watched with a group, the fun of it doubles up. To have or give that sort of experience at the theatre, makers have to put in a lot of effort to find one such subject. If you are shy to watch a comedy with elders and do not want the next generation to watch the film then it solves no purpose. I am doing my bit in my scripts."

He further added, "My films have been a family entertainer and I wish to keep them in the same category. I think Happy Bhag Jayegi and the trailer of its sequel, people have come to an understanding that it’s a film wherein you are promised a lot of laughter and wouldn’t have to be embarrassed at all. I think more filmmakers should aim at that."

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by Admin | Sat, Aug 25 - 11:28 AM

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