As the most fashion-forward gal in B-town turns a year older today, we take a look at her onscreen lovers. Tell us who did Sonam share the most crackling chemistry with?
It’s not easy to stand alongside Sonam Kapoor unless your sartorial wisdom is really impressive. Yes, so stylish is Anil Kapoor’s beti that one has to construct one’s best look to be on the same page with Sonam. It’s been seven long years for the style diva in the showbiz since she made her début right alongside Ranbir Kapoor in Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s operatic drama Saawariya. Sonam has shared screen space with some good looking lads from the industry in her seven year long career. And what better occasion than Miss Kapoor’s birthday to list her onscreen love interests. Take a look!
Abhishek Bachchan: Sonam and Abhishek were paired opposite each other in Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra’s Delhi 6. While Junior Bachchan had minimal dialogues in the movie as he relied on his eyes to communicate, Masakali Sonam played this yapping gal with boundless aspirations in her heart. The duo made a genuine effort to strum up romance in a subtle yet effective way. Together they won us over with their chemistry!
Ranbir Kapoor: Rumour has it that Sonam was dating her Saawariya co-star Ranbir Kapoor. The duo’s debut film might have tanked at the box office, but Ranboo and Sonam’s on–screen romance was very subtle and surreal.
Dhanush: While Dhanush walked with all the praise for his sparkling performance in Raanjhanaa, Sonam too made an impact as the feisty Zoya. This cross-cultural romance between the two most unlikely individual caught the fancy of our collective imagination. Opposite as chalk and cheese, Dhanush and Sonam made for a refreshingly hatke onscreen jodi.
Shahid Kapoor: Shahid looked every bit convincing as he pulled off the role of a passionate lover and an Air Force pilot with élan. Sonam Kapoor too came across as a charming girl with grace personified. But sadly, their collective effort in Pankaj Kapur’s Mausam tanked at the BO without a trace
Farhan Akhtar: She didn’t exactly have a meaty role in a movie that was predominantly male star centric, but Sonam’s coy, subservient yet spirited village belle in Bhaag Milkha Bhaag was very charming. Watch Sonam flirting and romancing Farhan in this movie and you will know why we liked this jodi from the National Award winning movie.