Sonam Kapoor in Mausam News
Sonam Kapoor, happy birthday!
As the most fashion-aware babe of B-town rings in her 27th birthday today, we revisit Sonam’s best style moments. Take a look!
Born on June 9, 1985, Sonam Kapoor is the eldest daughter of actor Anil Kapoor and the granddaughter of filmmaker Surinder Kapoor. She’s known for her impeccable style statements. Sonam brought a whiff of fresh air to the fashion circuit with her unique artistic sensibilities. Click here to read more
Is Sonam Kapoor responsible for ‘Aisha’ fiasco?
Sonam Kapoor believes Aisha’s director Rajshree Ojha did the right thing by disowning the vanity film. Is Sonam really taking responsibility for the film’s debacle?
Sonam Kapoor graciously accepts Rajshree Ojha, director of Aisha’s decision to disown the film. “I only look at it as a positive experience. It’s right for her to disown the film. It’s her right,” said the 26-year-old at a fashion event. Apparently, in a recent interview with a daily, Rajshree had hinted that she was not happy with the final cut of the 2010 film. Click here to read more
Pankaj Kapur’s directorial debut looks beautiful and brings a fresh pairing in the form of Sonam Kapoor and Shahid Kapoor
The film, which is being promoted as a classic love story, spans over 10 years and several seasons. Mausam has been shot across Nepal, Edinburgh, Switzerland, Gwalior and Agra. Some of the night scenes were shot at Nitin Desai’s studio, where the streets of Scotland were re-created. We must say that the visuals are beautiful and Shahid-Sonam look quite innocent and fresh as a couple. Click here to read more
IAF personnel walk out of ‘Mausam’
We hear that the first screening of Pankaj Kapur’s Mausam that was held earlier this week for the IAF personnel had to be cancelled midway. The reason: the air force personnel attending the screening staged a walk-out midway through the film. No, no, it’s not because they hated the film. It’s because they were summoned by the Air Chief Marshall for an urgent meeting. Fortunately, for the director though the air force men came in the next day and saw the second half of the film. But it’s not over yet, the makers will have to wait a little longer for the IAF to clear the dog-fight sequence in the movie. Let’s hope that with all the delays, the film finally manages to the hit the screens this Friday!
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