Actress Sonam Kapoor says her character in upcoming film 'Khoobsurat' represents the independent, modern woman and is confident that girls will identify with it.
Sonam Kapoor. Pic/Satyajit Desai
'Khoobsurat', also starring Pakistani actor Fawad Khan and actress-politician Kirron Kher, is the remake of Hrishikesh Mukherjee's 1980 film of the same name. Sonam reprises the character played by Rekha in the original.
"Mili is a woman of today. She is strong and independent and does not change herself for any man. Every modern day girl will relate to her. I am sure at least 85 per cent of women will identify with Mili," Sonam told reporters here.
The 29-year-old actress said though she was initially upset that she was playing a character close to her real personality, she is happy it is far from stereotypes.
"I was upset with my role initially because I am just like her. I thought what would my fans think of me. I am as clumsy as my on-screen character. I am a complete misfit in real life but it is not a typical character and I like that about it," Sonam said.
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