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check out her expressions in the last pic
I agree with Dessigirl. Sonam is outspoken...she has been loved for this quality as she talks from her heart. She is honest in her opinions. She calls Jack as Jack. Also many hate her for this quality. I personally feel "Its better to be hatred for who you are, than loved who you are not". Other actresses in the film industry portrait which is diff from there real personality. Sonam outspokenness made her close to her fans.....
even if she's outspoken, i feel that's the part of her child-like innocent charm and the smile that make me like her. i feel her facial features and face are just ok compared to deepika or ash and i don't think she's suitable to play serious roles like paru in devdas or saawariya kind of roles, but she suits these aisha or ihls type of roles perfectly.
i would defo prefer a bubbly girl like her over some other wooden and plastic actress
i smell jealousy hehehe
whtever she is she is truly beautiful...she is outspoken n thats not so very common in celebs she is doing good job,n just waiting for the movie.
shes not trying hard to come across as one, she is a clueless idiot.
I am an Indian girl and not a very conventional one either, I don't even look that Indian.
But I have to confess, I have played matchmaker in my life on multiple occasions, with disastrous results most of the times;-)
It was a long time ago,I was in boarding school in India, my BFF had a crush on this nice, smart but very poor classmate. We were all living on campus. The guy liked her too, very much. Of course I was the one to discover the guys crush on the girl and encourage my BFF to give the guy a chance. They really liked each other. Then in true filmy style, the girls family came to know about it, made a huge deal out of it and ordered to dump the guy ASAP, as it would never 'work' between families of such different status. She did break up with him. Poor guy circled our dorm building like a wounded swan for hours and begged her to reconsider, She did not come out, was crying her eyes out. Then he got very dramatic, gathered all the cards, gifts, teddy bears and what not she had given him and made a bonfire in front of out dorm. Everyone got to know about the whole mess. It felt like such a huge deal at that time, cuz we were like 16 or 17. They did not get back together. They eventually got married to different people.
Then, when I was about 20, one of my super nerd guy friends had the biggest crush on another smart, pretty girlfriend of mine. I was kinda close to the guy as a friend, but had a very formal, superficial friendship with the girl. When I was coming to the US for higher studies, my guy friend came to see me off with another friend, we spent the most part of the night before my flight talking, chatting in my hotel room, with my dad's permission of course.
My friend told me about his crush and asked for my help to which I stupidly agreed. Next day, in New York, what do I do? I grab the nearest computer I can get my hands on, fire an email to the girl explaining the feelings of my friend towards her, the girl then send me a cold cold reply!! Okay, that did not work.
I have other matchmaking stories too with not so good ending.
Did I stop? No..I continued my attempts in New York where me and few others successfully matched a nice Punjabi guy from India with a nice Gujju gal from here. I lost touch with them, but was very happy to know that they got married and living happily now.
Now I am in the middle of a match making plot myself. For some reasons I did not tell my American coworkers (most of them middle aged white females) about my boyfriend. Well the reason being, they are all too gossipy and ask the most personal questions. Now most of them are plotting to fix me up with a "nice white doctor of lawyer" !! My BF is amused. I am supplied with a list of 'nice guys' ( ha!) and nonstop coaxing to go on a date with at least one.
So, I do identify with the matchmaker thing.
I agree with you, Freshionista and PoojaM. I had taken a liking into this girl in the beginning of her career but it's just wearing off now. She tries too hard.
Also, I've seen a few interviews of her on Aisha and I hate the way she generalizes Indian girls. She does it here too. 'All Indian girls go through this phase of trying to play a matchmaker'. Um NO.
Waiting for her to grow up,indeed!!!''Mr'Knightley''...swoon...
AT PooJa M I agree with every word you said
looks like we have a insecure deepika fan here ;)
Pooja M- when did Sonam criticized Deepika for doing "really commercial films"? If you don't like Sonam then it's ok but atleast don't lie in a public forum. Sonam Kapoor doesn't need to compete with Deepika, Deepika is a non-actor herself, and you sound like an insecure Deepika fangirl.
I've never really taken a liking to Sonam. It's shocking to see her films lauded with praise when her acting lacks any real conviction. And she criticizes Deepika for doing "really commercial films'; I'm afraid Sonam Kapoor cannot compete with the humility, grace and charm that Deepika embodies.
that last pic is soooo cute!!!
freshionista, i like those snippets. they suit her. and she doesn't remotely sound "clueless", maybe it's just you.
Can't wait to see the movie, Sonam looks stunning!
You know what, really nice clothes and all that, but I really don't like when they post snippets of her interviews/comments. I don't know if this is part of the publicity for the movie, but she's been trying hard to come across as a "clueless" and naive teen. It's tiring now.
the last one is such a cute picture