'Important for me to play normal characters'
New Delhi: Sonam Kapoor, who has clocked a year since her wedding to Anand Ahuja, is in a happy space. The actor knows her heart lies in playing "normal" characters on-screen, and in urging others to be themselves.
On the silver screen, Sonam will next be seen in The Zoya Factor, an adaptation of Anuja Chauhan's book about a girl named Zoya Singh Solanki who ends up becoming a lucky charm for the cricket world cup team.
What Sonam really loved about Zoya is the fact that she is a "huge mess".
"A lot of girls tend to be like, 'Listen, if I am such a mess, how am I ever going to succeed in life?' But I want to say, it's okay to be a mess. I think that's what I said through Mili in Khoobsurat and that's what I liked about Zoya as well. I like to play girls who are regular and normal, who have regular problems because all of us have them," said Sonam.
Girls, she said, must understand that no matter what body shape, colour and height they are, comfort must be