Press Trust of India
March 10, 2013 15:15 IST
Sonam is ready with three big projects -- Bhaag Milkha Bhaag, Raanjhnaa and Khoobsurat remake.
With her last few films tanking
at the box office, Sonam Kapoor says she has learnt her lesson
and would select only those projects that satisfy her as a
The 27-year-old actress says she is not in a hurry to be
on the top. Sonam's recent films Thank You, Mausam and
Players did not fare well but the actress believes they
helped her understand the kind of roles she wants to do.
"Two years ago, I did a couple of films and lost my way.
I started off with an agenda of doing certain kind of films
and got discouraged by the way industry is growing. I went to
the wrong path and realised that I am not comfortable in that.
"I am not in the rat race and don't want to be the number
one actress. I want to work only in those films which make me
feel as an artiste. They might not be the biggest projects,
actors and directors but if my character is good I will do
them," she told PTI.
Sonam was in the Capital to announce the second edition of
L'Oreal Paris Femina Women Awards 2013.
The Bollywood's fashionista is ready with three big
projects -- Bhaag Milkha Bhaag, Raanjhnaa and Khoobsurat
In Anand L Rai's Raanjhnaa she will be seen playing a
strong character of a student of JNU.
"I play a JNU student in Raanjhnaa. She is a Muslim
girl from Benaras who joins JNU. It's a love story and at the
same time the film portrays a young and strong woman who knows
her mind and place in the society," she said.
Sonam had attended workshops and interacted with the
students to prepare for her role. The film also marks the
debut of Tamil superstar Dhanush.
"I did workshop with a street play group for a month.
Before I started shooting for the film, I visited the campus
and had interacted with the students. Even my actress friend
Swara Bhaskar and her mother helped me to prepare for my role.
Swara is also a student in JNU amd her mother is a professor,"
In Khoobsurat remake, Sonam is playing a free-spirited
girl and says the film is the modern interpretation of Rekha
starrer Hrishikesh Mukherjee's 1980 hit.
"My sister is producing the film. It's her second film
after Aisha. It's a female oriented film. The modern
interpretation of the film. It has nothing to do with the
earlier part. It's just taking the spirit of Rekhaji's
character and using it in the new story," she added.