Sonam Kapoor on making decisions


First Mahira Khan, then Deepika Padukone and now, more recently Sonam Kapoor has been trolled on social media for one of her pictures.

Swara Bhaskar, starring in the upcoming Veere di Wedding, alongside Sonam Kapoor and Kareena Kapoor revealed in an interview to Mumbai Mirror about how she was harassed by a drunken director when she was new in Bollywood. The Ki and Ka star went through a stunning transformation and lost weight within short period to get back into shape after the birth of son Taimur Ali Khan.

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The Tanu Weds Manu actress also confessed that she was stalked by a director and had also received texts and dinner invites while shooting in a remote location.

Meanwhile, in the official teaser poster of Veere Di Wedding Sonam Kapoor, Kareena Kapoor, Swara Bhaskar and Shikha Talsania were seen having a gal time in sherwanis and turbans too.

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Later, she thanked her fans for all the love and support. Yummy mummy Kareena is making her post-pregnancy comeback with this film. She further added that she has been fending for herself since she was 18 and that although saying to no money is hard for her, she will continue to refuse lower pay since it's not morally right. The movie is set to release on May 28, 2018.

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