Sonam Kapoor who turns Indian princess for Sooraj Bhajartya’s ��Prem Ratan Dhan Payo�۪, shot to fame ever since she made her big Bollywood debut with ‘Saawariya’ (2007). Even though the actress became a global fashion icon and a star overnight, she continues to remain grounded to her roots.
As the release of film ‘Prem Ratan Dhan Payo’ is just around the corner, Kapoor talks about how it was easy for her to slip into her character Maithali, thanks to the manner she was brought up. According to Mid-Day, she said, “It actually was easy for me to become a Rajshri heroine given the environment I’ve grown up in. We have a large family and we all really love eachother. It is important for people to have that kind of love and support in today’s world. Our parents took the time to know us, embraced and nurtured that.”
The actress is joined by her father, superstar Anil Kapoor and sister Rhea Kapoor on the cover of this month’s festive issue of Hello! Dressed in a Abu Jani -Sandeep Khosla organza lehenga with Swarovski work, Sonam looks like an Indian dream as the magazine treats audiences to a slice of Kapoor’s lives.