By Hindustan Times
Actor Sonam Kapoor may stay in the hostel of Jawahar Lal University (JNU) in the Capital to prepare for her role as a JNU girl in Anand Rai’s Raanjhana.
“Sonam will definitely be spending time in the city working with theatre groups in Mandi House. I definitely want to see her live on the campus for three-four days but the formalities are yet to be figured out,” says Rai, who is currently working on the film’s music with composer AR Rahman in Chennai.
“Dhanush is more likely to shoot his part first, after which Sonam and Abhay Deol will start shooting,” Rai adds. On being contacted, Professor Abdul Nafey, Dean of students Welfare at JNU, says, “We haven’t received a request yet. If we do, I will discuss with others and then we will decide.”