Her co-star Abhay Deol did it during the promotions of Aisha, and now the film’s director Rajshree Ojha, too, has disowned the 2010 film. But lead actor Sonam Kapoor doesn’t mind. “I only look at it as a positive experience. It’s right for her to disown the film. It’s her right,” says the 26-year-old, reacting to Ojha’s recent statement — “Should I be politically correct and say since my name was on the credits of Aisha, it was my film? I had no control over the final cut.”
Describing her recent experiences at big ticket fashion events across the globe, Kapoor, who was in the Capital to inaugurate the Sahachari Foundation’s Design One 2012 exhibition, says, “It’s amazing to be invited to so many prestigious events and be the face of India in a way. It’s also a little bit of pressure because you have to represent a whole community.”
The actor was also invited to lunch by the Salvatore Ferragamo family in Florence. “They know so much about India. They had this amazing spread. They found out what my favourite flowers were and they lined it up around the place,” she said.