To play a 15-year-old, I did see Guddi: Sonam


Bollywood actress and style diva Sonam Kapoor has said she wants to be remembered for her roles, not the movies or the money they make or the heroes with whom she pairs up.

In an interview with HT City, the actor talked about her style quotient, love for Uttar Pradesh handicrafts and cuisine, her acting graph and the forthcoming film, Raanjhanaa, which has brought her to the state.

In Raanjhanaa, she plays the girl-next-door. Dhanush makes his Bollywood debut with the movie. Does it matter to her? “It's not the hero that makes much of a difference. The script and the character are important. Ten years down the line I want to be known for my characters and not the heroes with whom I acted,” she said.

Be it Bittoo in Delhi-6, Aisha (Aisha), Simran (I Hate Luv Storys) people remember my roles well, irr