Bollywood actress Sonakshi Sinha feels that Bollywood actresses are giving really tough competition to the actors currently in terms of action.
The actress feels that her contemporaries have already started doing some serious action.
"I believe we have started doing that. Even in the industry, girls are doing really good in kicking some major butts. So I hope to carry on to that direction and continue to rise higher and higher," she said at the launch of India's First Virtual Reality Hepatic Gaming Experience on Friday.
The "Akira" actress thinks that as Hollywood films are doing good business in India, Indian films need more good scripts to remain in that competition.
"We need to start making a lot of good contents that people would love to watch. We have a huge audience. The way things are going it shows they are opening up and want to watch new things on the screen..." she said.
Sonakshi is currently filming Sunhil Sippy's comedy "Noor" based on Saba Imtiaz's novel Karachi, You're Killing Me!. The film also stars Kanan Gill, Shibani Dandekar and Purab Kohli.
She has also been roped in for Abhay Chopra's remake of the 1969 murder mystery "Ittefaq" opposite Sidharth Malhotra.