Sonam Kapoor starstruck by the King Khan. Sonam and SRK coincidentally happened to land on the same flight recently.
An excited Sonam got him on her Insta story saying, “Look who’s on flight with me”. Sonam’s expression in the pic indeed sums up her joy on meeting Shah Rukh…or is she hinting at something (role opposite him?)
An upset Sonam had said in an interview to Filmfare, ‘I don’t think Shah Rukh wants to work with me. There have been so many opportunities where I could have worked with him and I reached out to him as well. But I never got the opportunity. I guess it’ll happen whenever he feels like working with me.’
Not sure if Sonam Kapoor is hinting at Shah Rukh Khan’s ‘dwarf’ film with Aanand L Rai…the actress is not yet confirmed.
Sonam Kapoor Compares Coldplay to The Beatles and Michael Jackson
Sonam Kapoor did a tiny role in Coldplay’s music video, and justified her decision by saying Coldplay is as big as the Beatles and Michael Jackson.
For those who’re not aware (especially those who’re totally into Bollywood songs), British rock band Coldpay recently filmed a music video in India ‘A Hymn For The Weekend’; the video had International star Beyonce and our own Sonam Kapoor.
Unfortunately, Sonam Kapoor had a minuscule part to play in the video; she comes towards the end of the song and is hardly seen in 2-3 shots. Obviously, her fans are disappointed, but Sonam Kapoor says she knew that her part would be very small.
And the only reason, she did that was because she’s a big fan of Coldplay and thinks that the band is as big big as the Beatles or Micheal Jackson.
— Sonam Kapoor (@sonamakapoor) January 29, 2016
However, I’m sure there are many who probably may not agree with Sonam’s statement, and apparently, even her father Anil Kapoor had no idea about Coldplay either.
“He asked me who they were and why was I doing this really tiny part. All I told him was, what if the Beatles or Michael Jackson asked him to do a cameo, would he say no,” said Sonam.
— Coldplay (@coldplay) January 29, 2016
So is the Coldplay band really as big as the Beatles and Michael Jackson? What do you think?