Sonakshi Sinha bags a place in Guinness World Record

| Thursday, March 10, 2016 - 18:06
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Sonakshi Sinha

Sonakshi Sinha enters Guinness World Record

New Delhi: ‘Dabanng’ actress Sonakshi Sinha, known for her bubbly onscreen presence is in news for entering the Guinness  World Records for painting her nails. 
To celebrate International women’s Day Sonakshi Sinha and her mother Poonam Sinha participated in an event with several other women to set a record for ‘most people painting their fingernails simultaneously’. The event was organised by Inglot and Major Brands as a celebration to mark the International Women’s Day on March 08.
The ‘Rowdy Rathore’ star also shared her views on women empowerment saying, “A lot of women have started voicing their thoughts today and that is the biggest step one can take for women empowerment and I believe that there is nothing better than women empowering women and if we support each other then no one can stop women from growing.”
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Further talking about her achievement, the 28-year old actor said in a press conference, “As a kid, I used to wait for the Guinnes World Records to come and use to think if I would get my name into it someday and I feel today the day is so special as I was able to be a part of this prestigious book along with such wonderful ladies and it feels great.’’
Sonakshi Sinha, who has often been trolled for her weight also shared, “After working out regularly and putting in so much effort, you want your look to last. You want to maintain that level.”
Currently, Sonakshi is going all out and training for her upcoming film ‘Force 2’. She will next be seen in AR Murugadoss directorial Akira and John Abraham starrer ‘Force 2’.


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