Sonakshi Sinha, whose debut online series Dahaad has been getting a lot of great feedback, recently showed her appreciation by giving a painting to the series’ producers Zoya Akhtar as well as Reema Kagti. A tiger is depicted in the painting staring blankly at their audience. With the caption “Tiger Tiger Burning Bright,” Akhtar thanked Sinha for her kindness and posted a photo of the actor’s artwork.
Additionally, Sinha reposted the article and congratulated the show’s creators. My best production for the girls that made my best role, she wrote. I’m grateful to the tiger kids Reema Kagti as well as Zoya Akhtar for giving me Anjali Bhaati. Tiger Baby, the producing company run by Akhtar and Kagti, is honoured in Sinha’s thematic painting. In the suspenseful crime thriller series, Sinha plays a Rajasthan police officer looking into an investigation of 29 women who have vanished without a trace. It is directed by Kagti as well as Ruchika Oberoi.
Actress Sonakshi Sinha claims she learned “all of the stuff on the job” and counts all the “excellent, bad, and ugly” experiences of her professional life as part of her development.
The actor, who made her acting debut in 2010’s “Dabangg” as Salman Khan’s cop character’s love interest, has since put on a police uniform for a highly praised role in the Prime Video series “Dahaad.”
However, she does not yet see her path from “Dabangg” to “Dahaad,” her digital debut, as having come full circle.
“Everything teaches you something,” said the actor, who is recognised for roles in “Lootera,” “Noor,” and “Force 2.” “Good, bad, awful whatsoever it may be, it all led me to this moment,” she continued.
In the past ten years, there has been a change in how women police officers are portrayed on television, whether it be Tabu in “Drishyam,” “Kuttey,” or “Bholaa.”