This Article is From Jun 19, 2013

Sonam Kapoor yet to get her ticket to Hollywood

Sonam Kapoor yet to get her ticket to Hollywood

Sonam Kapoor will be seen next in Raanjhanaa.

Highlights

  • Actress Sonam Kapoor has refuted rumours that she has signed a Hollywood project titled Curry In Love with Tamil filmmaker P. Vasu.
  • "The news about me (being a) part of an English film is just a rumour. Nobody has approached me for a Hollywood project," said Sonam.
  • It was reported that Sonam along with her father Anil Kapoor, Tamil actor Vijay and Hollywood actor Nick Nolte have been roped in to feature in Curry In Love, which was to be helmed by Vasu, known for Tamil films such as Chandramukhi and Kuselan.
  • The actress, however, has said she would love to act in a film in any language.
  • "Language has never been a barrier for me. I would love to do films in other languages, but I don't want to end up playing similar roles. If I get a challenging role to play, then I would be more than willing to work in any language," she said while promoting her upcoming Hindi romance Raanjhanaa with Tamil actor Dhanush.
  • Raanjhanaa, directed by Anand L Rai, is dubbed in Tamil as Ambikapathy. While the Hindi version is scheduled to release on June 21, the Tamil version will release a week later.
Chennai: Actress Sonam Kapoor has refuted rumours that she has signed a Hollywood project titled Curry In Love with Tamil filmmaker P. Vasu.

"The news about me (being a) part of an English film is just a rumour. Nobody has approached me for a Hollywood project," said Sonam.

It was reported that Sonam along with her father Anil Kapoor, Tamil actor Vijay and Hollywood actor Nick Nolte have been roped in to feature in Curry In Love, which was to be helmed by Vasu, known for Tamil films such as Chandramukhi and Kuselan.

The actress, however, has said she would love to act in a film in any language.

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"Language has never been a barrier for me. I would love to do films in other languages, but I don't want to end up playing similar roles. If I get a challenging role to play, then I would be more than willing to work in any language," she said while promoting her upcoming Hindi romance Raanjhanaa with Tamil actor Dhanush.

Raanjhanaa, directed by Anand L Rai, is dubbed in Tamil as Ambikapathy. While the Hindi version is scheduled to release on June 21, the Tamil version will release a week later.