Sonam Kapoor was spotted outside Juhu, Mumbai and the actress was spotted carrying her girl with curls look for her upcoming movie, The Zoya Factor. Based on a book by the same name, written by Anuja Chauhan, The Zoya Factor story revolves around an advertising executive Zoya Singh Solanki, who meets the Indian Cricket Team through her job, and ends up becoming a lucky charm for the team at the Cricket World Cup.
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Earlier this month, Sonam Kapoor spent her day at a popular Juhu salon to sport the curly hair look with confidence. The actor sat with rollers in her head for hours for the desired look. Sonam was heard bemoaning that all these years, she always sported straight, long and shiny mane, now she has to take the curly route.
Sonam Kapoor will be paired along with Dulquer Salman in the movie. Not only this, Anupam Kher and Kiron Kher's son, Sikander Kher will be seen portraying the role of Sonam's brother in the movie.
Not only this, the lead actors - Dulquer Salmaan and Sonam Kapoor had their reading sessions to get into the character of the movie. Salmaan, who plays Indian cricket team skipper Nikhil Khoda in the big screen adaptation of Anuja Chauhan's novel by the same name, will be trained in the sport.
In an interview, a source from the film's production unit revealed, "Dulquer is a better bowler than a batsman in real-life, but he will be required to ace both acts for his role. Although the film rolls on August 28, the first schedule entails filming scenes featuring the leads. The cricket sequences will be shot in the months to come. So that will give Dulquer ample time to hone his cricketing skills."
Sonam Kapoor's best friend Swara Bhasker was too spotted at Juhu, Mumbai!
Sonam K Ahuja, aka Sonam Kapoor, is all set to charm her way out with her upcoming movie after marriage, The Zoya Factor in Juhu, Mumbai. We got on-set images of Sonam trying her curly look for the film.
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