Aisha was a spoilt brat with her dad’s credit card, I’m not: Sonam Kapoor
While Sonam chose a quirky skirt, Fawad stuck to black for the visit. After posing for pictures, the actors spoke to us about the film and their roles. Excerpts from the chat:
Fairytales are necessary
Sonam: I am an eternal optimist. The reason I chose to do this film is because I have always believed in fairytales, and a happy ending. I don’t think we should lose that, right?
Fawad: They are very necessary. All movies are like fairytales that you take home with you. Those two hours in a cinema hall let you experience things that you might not see or experience in your real life.
Fawad: Am I boring and a serious person? No, I’m not. I’m a child at heart. I’m completely opposite to my character. Right now, I’m acting for you as well, as we speak. The next time I play a gali ka launda, then you will see me in a completely different avatar.
Fawad is a hottie
Fawad: It is very surprising for me as an actor who has done a very limited amount of work. People have admired and appreciated my work, it’s an honour. When my show was aired here, I had people coming up and saying they relate to it. That was a revelation that we all have similar kind of lives. As far as the girls go, I can’t do much about that. I feel very flattered. But I can’t taste the fruit! You might find out what I feel about it, if you continue liking me. I might respond and reciprocate.
Sonam: I think I’m gonna call up Sadaf (his wife)!
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