Bollywood actor Fatima Sana Shaikh, who is making headlines for dating Dangal co-actor Sanya Malhotra, rubbished all speculations and said we are just good friends. In an interview with IANS, Fatima said, “We simply laughed about it. Just because we are good friends, they assumed the worst”.Also Read - Year Ender 2021: Top 10 Actresses Who Gave Unforgettable Performances on OTT

Fatima was asked about three things that she learnt from Sanya, she said: “I have learnt a lot from her. For one, Sanya likes to keep everything clean. While she is an introvert and I am an extrovert, I learnt to hold myself back at times. I also learnt a lot from her dedication to work.” Also Read - Aamir Khan Marries Dangal Actress Fatima Sana Shaikh? Fact Checking Viral Photo

Talking about her diverse religious background and upbringing, the actor said: “It makes me feel like the ideal poster girl for secular India. The beauty of our country is that we are so diverse and all of us are okay with just being ourselves, follow our own religion and accept everybody.” Also Read - Fatima Sana Shaikh is New Indira Gandhi of Bollywood - 8 Actresses Who Played Mrs Gandhi on Screen

On Bollywood superstars, she clearly likes Shah Rukh Khan. “I would love to see Shah Rukh Khan strip on the streets of Mumbai!” she said.

“I think the perfect scene of a man proposing to his wife atop the Eiffel tower would be of Shah Rukh Khan and me,” she added, while opening up on the Zee Cafe show, “Starry Nights Gen Y”.

On the work front, Fatima Sana Shaikh will be seen in Suraj Pe Mangal Bhari. The Abhishek Sharma-directorial also stars Diljit Dosanjh and Manoj Bajpayee in the lead. The movie went on floors in January this year where the director said that the team has attempted to recreate ’90s Mumbai with a massive set to showcase a chawl where they were set to shoot.

This is for the first time that moviegoers will see Manoj Bajpayee, Diljit Dosanjh And Fatima Sana Shaikha together on a big screen. Suraj Pe Mangal Bhari is a unique family comedy that draws humour from the quirks of its refreshing yet relatable characters. The world is set in the innocence of 1990s when there was no social media or mobile phones.