Sonakshi doesn’t call spot a ‘spot’

By Hamara Photos
Sunday, February 26th, 2012 6:24 pm

Sonakshi Sinha believes in giving equal respect to one and all. No wonder she tries to memorise the names of spot boys and production assistants.

Usually spot boys are referred to as ‘spot’ and production assistants as ‘production’ on the movie sets, but Sonakshi made it a point to refer to everyone by their first name while shooting for Balaji Telefilms and Phantom Films’ “Lootera“.

Sonakshi Sinha at the Launch of Dabboo Ratnani's Calendar 2012 in Mumbai on 9th Jan 2012


From spot boys to production assistants, she makes an effort to remember everyone’s name, said a source.

“Sonakshi’s upbringing is splendid. She likes making everyone on the sets feel wanted, no matter how big or small they are. She is everyone’s favourite.”

“The unit members go to any extent to keep Sonakshi happy for the respect that she extends to them. Sonakshi is actually very funny too. When free, she makes it a point to make everyone laugh. The set just lights up when she is around,” added the source.

Lootera“, directed by Vikramaditya Motwani, also features Ranveer Singh.

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