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Sonam denies ‘mature’ role in Mausam

Though it was reported that in the Mausam, Shahid and Sonam play characters who age from 20 years to 40 years, Sonam rubbishes the story. Read on for details.

bollywood Updated: Aug 03, 2010 14:23 IST
Nikhil Taneja

Much has been written about Pankaj Kapur’s directorial debut

Mausam

, starring his son Shahid Kapoor and actor Sonam Kapoor, but the story of the film is still strictly under wraps. Though it was reported that in the movie, Shahid and Sonam play characters who age from 20 years to 40 years, Sonam rubbishes the story.



Sonam Kapoor

“That’s half-baked news,” says Sonam. “My character in the movie is not that of a ‘mature woman’, as reported. I very much play a girl of my age, though her character’s unlike anything I have played earlier. My look is certainly different in the film but it’s not at all ‘old’.”



Sonam, who is currently touring India to promote her film

Aisha

, which releases on Friday, has spent the last two months shooting for

Mausam

in Scotland, where she has been “cut off from the gossip in India”. “I really enjoyed being in my own space in Scotland. It was a tough shoot and I hardly had the time to relax between shots, but I can’t complain because it’s the role of a lifetime.”



Not willing to divulge much about her role, Sonam says that

Mausam

is a “classical love story.” “It’s a sensitive, simple and intensely romantic love story. I can’t thank Mr Pankaj Kapur for casting me on a whim for this role, though he had auditioned a number of girls. It’s a very challenging role, and I actually cried the first time I read the script.”



Apart from

Aisha

and

Mausam

, Sonam only has Anees Bazmee’s

Thank You

on her hands but ask her why she hasn’t signed any other scripts and she laughs, “Aren’t three movies enough? I am having trouble dividing my time between these, so I can’t afford to take on more work right now.”