Actress Sonakshi Sinha says if she was a journalist, she would ask superstar Salman Khan the same question that everybody puts to him - about his marriage plans.
The actress plays a journalist in her upcoming 'Noor'.
When quizzed what questions she, as a journalist, would ask her father Shatrughan Sinha and actor Salman Khan, Sonakshi says in a lighter vein, 'If I had to ask my dad a question, I would ask something to which he won't say 'khamosh'.
'To Salman, I would ask the same question everyone is asking him for years,' she says hinting at the question of when he would get hitched.
The actress was talking to reporters at a special event of the film last evening.
The 'Akira' star feels as an artist, she would love to be asked questions about the craft of acting.
'If I were a journalist, I would ask questions regarding an artist's work, the amount of hard work that goes behind a film is often not known. As an artist I would like them to see what kind of hard work is put into it,' she says.
Directed by Sunhil Sippy, 'Noor' is based on Pakistani author Saba Imtiaz's novel 'Karachi, You're Killing Me!'
The actress says she had a great time playing a journalist in the film as she got to experience the 'other side' of the things.
'It was a great experience. It was great to be on the other side of the mike, behind the camera. But of course, the kind of journalist I play in the film is not the kind of journalist my character wants to be,' she says.
'But it was a great experience. I am glad I got to play this character,' Sonakshi says.