When asked if there is a sense of disillusionment within the family against the BJP with her father making controversial statements against his own party time and again, Sonakshi said, "He has always put his opinion across and I really appreciate him for being an honest man. There are a very few honest people left in politics. I think you should let him be honest.''

The 29-year-old actress doesn't have any interest in politics as she is happy making a career in Bollywood. "I am somebody who doesn't have the aptitude for it (politics). I think just because my father is a politician that is not a reason for me also to enter politics," she said.

Before entering politics, the BJP MP was an accomplished actor in Bollywood with many hits to his credit. And now his daughter Sonakshi is an actress and he is proud of the work that she does.

"My father is happy with the work that I am doing in films. He looks at my work as a father and as my biggest fan," the "Lootera" actress said.

"As and when we get the opportunity to meet and talk, I do discuss work with him. I tell him this is what has been offered and this is what I would like to do. He doesn't interfere with my work at all," she added.

According to the 'Dabangg' star her father is looking forward to see her upcoming action drama "Akira".

"He has loved the trailer and he is very proud. He said he felt I have really worked hard for "Akira". He hasn't seen the film yet. But he will be watching it soon. He is very keen to see it. My mother has seen the film and she has loved it and so he is more excited to watch it," she added.

Scheduled to release on September 2, 'Akira' is directed by A R Murugadoss and also stars filmmaker Anurag Kashyap as well as Konkana Sen Sharma.

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