Actress Sonam Kapoor, who will be seen playing the title role in upcoming biographical film "Neerja", feels a woman's dream doesn't have an expiry date.
Sonam has shot a promotional trailer for upcoming TV show "Tamanna", which focuses on the life of an aspiring woman cricketer named Dharaa Solanki, read a statement.
When asked whether a woman's dream has an expiry date, Sonam said: "Not at all, I don't think a woman's dream has an expiry date. Like everyone knows I haven't completed my education and my dream is to go to university and I'm sure I can still fulfil this dream of mine."
Sonam earlier said that her "biggest regret" is that she has not completed her studies.
"I stopped studying at the 12th (grade). Then I came and became an actress. I could have waited for four years," she said at an event last year.
Her forthcoming film "Neerja", directed by Ram Madhvani, is based on the life of Neerja Bhanot who was shot dead by terrorists on a hijacked Pan Am Flight 73 in Karachi in 1986. The movie is slated to release on February 19.
Apart from the "Prem Ratan Dhan Payo" actress, the film also stars Shabana Azmi and Shekhar Ravjiani.
"Tamanna", which will be aired on Star Plus starting February 1, will feature the unconventional tale of an aspiring women cricketer, who travels through different phases in her life to achieve her goals.
Actress Anuja Sathe is essaying the protagonist.