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Too Big For Her Shoes! Sonakshi Sinha loses Kick to Deepika?

Sonakshi Sinha made her debut with a Rs. 100 crore movie with Salman Khan. After working in the sequel as well, Sonakshi Sinha had another chance to work with the superstar. However, Sonakshi seems to have lost the movie to Deepika Padukone after she hiked her fee.

bollywood Updated: Jan 24, 2013 15:06 IST

Sonakshi Sinha made her Bollywood debut with a Rs 100 crore movie with Salman Khan. After working in the sequel as well, Sonakshi Sinha had another chance to work with the superstar. However, a daily reports that she lost Kick, Salman Khan's next movie with Sajid Nadiadwala, after she raised her fee.

The report said that Sajid has refused giving any raise to Sonakshi Sinha. Deepika Padukone may be considered for the role as it would be a fresh pairing for her with Salman Khan, the daily further reported.

Sonakshi Sinha had also taken signing amount from the makers of the movie, which is a remake of a Telugu super hit film Kick, the report says. Sonakshi raised her price after her movie Dabangg 2 ran successfully and grossed Rs 65 crore in its first weekend alone.













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