Sonam Kapoor’s fresh pairing opposite Tamil superstar Dhanush has been the talk of the town for a while now. Here's a look at the first ...
In the film Dhanush plays the character of the Hindi Brahmin.
Sonam is apparently going that extra mile to brush up her acting skills.
Dhanush, too, has been visiting Varanasi in disguise several times to get his accent right for his role in Raanjhana.
To prepare for her role as a student at Delhi’s acclaimed Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), Sonam is practicing with the theatre groups associated with the ...
Sonam Kapoor likes to keep it as natural as possible when she is in front of the camera, and says she can’t use glycerine to cry for a movie scene.
“I go so deep into the character that I make myself unwell. It becomes disturbing at times. I have taken training in acting for a year. I can never cry with the help of glycerine. Whenever I cry on screen, I cry naturally. If I am happy, I am genuinely happy on screen,” she says.
The actor, who is awaiting the release of her forthcoming film Raanjhanaa, says she doesn’t mind giving umpteen retakes until her director is satisfied.
“I am a director’s actor. If my acting is appreciated, it’s because of the director, and if it’s not appreciated, it’s all again because of the director. I will keep giving them takes till they are convinced,” she adds.
Directed by Aanand L Rai, Raanjhaana features south star Dhanush opposite Sonam.