Actress Sonakshi Sinha, who will be seen in this week’s release ‘Noor’, has said women deserve to be paid the same amount of money as men – because they put in the same amount of effort.
“There should be equality in everything. Women are paid way lesser than men for doing the same work and putting in the same effort, if not more, which is unfair. That should be equalized not only in my profession but in other professions too” Sonakshi said.
Denying the fact that her solo film ‘Akira’ failed at the box office, Sonakshi said it’s unfair to compare a film like ‘Akira’ to some of her other films.
“The film (Akira) did a business of Rs 32-33 crore, which is amazing. The only reason you say it didn’t do well is because you are comparing it to my other films, which is unfair”
“I got to work with an amazing director, play a fantastic role, got to learn mixed martial arts. With the kind of business it did, the producers got the idea that this girl can carry a film on her shoulders and promote it all by herself” Sonakshi added.
Directed by Sunhil Sippy, ‘Noor’ releases in theatres on 21 April.