Actress Sonakshi Sinha says her family has given her freedom to choose her kind of films but at the same time she would not do anything to offend them.
"My parents have given me enough freedom to choose and do the kind of roles and films I want to do. They know how professional I am... they trust me. They know I will not do anything that will offend them," Sonakshi told PTI.
Her comment comes in wake of reports that her mother Poonam Sinha used to come on the sets and was sceptical of the intimate scenes with her co-star Ranveer Singh in Lootera.
"My mom never came on set for that particular scene. You can say what you want to by using my name but there is no need to drag my family. If it happens I will take a stand... I will stand up against it," she said.
She feels all this was done for publicity to grab eyeballs for that particular scene or film.
The actress reveals that her mother used to come on the sets to give food to her, co-stars and director, and that they all loved her.
Directed by Vikramaditya Motwane, Lootera, a period romance opposite Ranveer Singh, brought lot of appreciation for Sonakshi.
But the 26-year-old seeks advice from her family before signing a film.
"I take advice from them whenever I am in doubt. They have been here in the industry for over 30 years, which is really a very long experience. I truly respect their advice... it's the logical thing to do," she said.
Sonakshi reveals that her mother is her biggest critic, while her father Shatrughan Sinha loves her in all her films.
"My mom is my biggest critic. I know she is one person who is saying it only for my good. My dad loves me in all films," she said.
"If I could have done it much better or if the outfit is not looking good, she will tell me then and there itself. The best part is she is so honest about it. My father thinks everything I do is good only," she added.
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