Actress Sonam Kapoor says awards for one's work are surely an "icing on the cake", but one must not work towards such goals.
"I don't think you should work towards a goal. You should work towards something to better yourself. I work for myself as human being as we are here to evolve. My work is towards being a better human being, artiste, Indian and that's about it," Sonam told IANS here.
"If the awards come in, it's an icing on the cake, it's a great encouragement," she added.
The actress, who is the brand ambassador of L'Oreal Paris, recently attended the Women of Worth awards, and plans to make a documentary on the winners.
"Every year, the Women of Worth awards are getting bigger and better. I hope this becomes a travelling award show. Don't you think it's a good idea? I have lots of ideas. I want to do a documentary on all the women who win as well," she said.
"I am putting out a lot of ideas because there is so much more we can do and I am glad hopefully this platform will widen our horizons."
Sonam, along with other L'Oreal Paris brand ambassadors Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and Katrina Kaif gave away awards for causes close to their heart at the event.
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