Sonam Kapoor recently gave her interview to one of the media giants and expressed her views on a number of topics connected with her films and life.
In her interview, she reveals the reason why she could not perform well in her debut movie Saawariya. She also spoke about her upcoming film The Zoya Factor and working with South star Dulquer Salmaan.
In the end, she also reveals how she has become wiser with time and is able to select films in a better way.
In the later sections of her interview, Sonam was bombarded a few questions about Dulquer Salmaan. Like, someone asked her experience working with him for the first time. To this, Sonam replied in detail.
She said, “I’ve seen one of his films titled OK Kanmani in which he has worked incredibly well. I was so impressed with one of the scenes in the film where he delivers a lengthy dialogue and concludes it in a single shot.
After that, Sonam was asked to give her views on romantic comedies and how her upcoming film The Zoya Factor is going to be different. To this, she replied in a candid manner.
She says, “I guess, rom-com performs well with the contribution of both the actors. And this is how people get to know about the characters in the film. Also, this is also how the film becomes more relevant to the audience and gives them a value”.
In the later part of her interview, she also expressed her concerns why her debut film Saawariya could not perform at the box office.
To this, she replies, “The same happened with my debut film Saawariya that didn’t work because the film basically revolves around the character of Ranbir Kapoor only. And this is where it creates a void as it does not connect well with the audience”.
Lastly, Sonam chose to give her views about her upcoming film The Zoya Factor which is basically a romantic comedy.
When she was asked to comment on picking this film, she said, “First, I don’t consider that The Zoya Factor is all about meeting of two people who are completely different than each other. In the end, both of them get attracted to each other in spite of having different views about life and superstition”.