Speaking to IANS, the Dabangg star said: "If this film gets a push because of our previous film (Rowdy Rathore), then it would be a good thing for us and our producers, who are the same, UTV. If a pair has worked then it will definitely benefit in future as well."
The 25-year-old actress's first two releases have been box office successes entering the Rs.100 crores club. However, Sinha said she does not think of herself as a lucky charm.
"As far as the lucky charm tag is concerned, you have given me that tag and tomorrow it will be someone else."
Sinha is currently shooting for Dabangg 2 and Lootera, and has completed Son of Sardsar with Ajay Devgn. The actress has also reportedly signed up for a Bollywood adaptation of Hannibal.