The actress recently turned down Race 2 to work on the follow-up to Dabangg.
She told New Kerala: "Being a star kid does bring pressure as comparisons are inevitable. But there's also advantage as you are sort of bred to be a part of the industry since childhood."
The 24-year-old, whose father is actor-turned-politician Shatrughan Sinha, has previously said that she had no plans to become an actress.
She received her big break through close family friend Salman Khan, who cast her in the first Dabangg.
Sinha admitted that she chose the sequel over the big-budget Race 2 because of "ethics".