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Bollywood actress and fashionista Sonam Kapoor says she does not choose simple roles to shift the focus of the audience from her fashion sense to acting skills.
"All actresses are doing it (following fashion, styling) now. After I started doing it, all of them started doing it. So maybe it (fashion side) is working some way or the other or else why would everybody do that," Sonam Kapoor told PTI in an interview.
After a string of flops including Thank You, Mausam and Players, Sonam is now gearing up for Anand L Rai's Raanjhanaa where she is seen essaying the role of a girl next door.
"I enjoy acting so much that I don't think if I do a simple role, people will focus more on my acting. I think that is what the character in Raanjhanaa is and that is what I did. I am not preempting or planning something it is just the character that I like and I did what it required for me to do," she said.
The 27-year-old is looking forward to two other big projects - Bhaag Milkha Bhaag and Khoobsurat remake - besides a YRF untitled film opposite Ayushmann Khurrana.
In Khoobsurat remake, Sonam Kapoor is playing a free-spirited girl and says the film is the modern interpretation of Rekha starrer Hrishikesh Mukherjee's 1980 hit. Her sister Rhea is producing the film. Its her second film after Aisha.
"I am a fan of Rekhaji. I am obsessed with her. I have already met Rekhaji. Our film is not inspired by the original one. The essence of it is inspired but the story, the idea is completely different. The energy that she (Rekha) had in the film we are trying to capture the energy that her character had in the film," Sonam said.