Here's what Sonam Kapoor would have liked to do, if she wasn't an actress

Speaking about what all she has attributed from her parents, Sonam said she got films from her father and fashion from her mother

Sonam Kapoor earned the tag of ‘Fashionista of Bollywood’ very early in her career. Even though she struggled to impress one and all with her acting, she managed to stun people with her style and choice of clothes. Her recent appearance at the Cannes Film Festival brought her a lot of accolades as she slayed it in simple yet elegant attires this time around. The fashion icon has now marked her return as Vogue India cover girl and yet again, she has hit the bull’s eye.

On account of completion of their 10 years, Vogue India decided to go for the Bollywood’s most favourite diva. In a chit chat with the magazine, Sonam talked about the importance of fashion and styling in her life. She said, “Even if I need to look like a bum, I have to get it right. I dress up for comfort and controversy, for ease and excitement.”

Speaking about what all she has attributed from her parents, Sonam said she got films from her father and fashion from her mother. “If these are taken away from me, I would probably become a librarian.”

Also read: Sonam Kapoor is a beautiful vintage doll in this magazine cover [Watch]

Reminiscing her initial public appearances during the promotions of Saawariya, she said she wore the kinds of clothes that people weren’t used to at that time.

Sonam is currently busy shooting for her next Veerey Di Wedding which also features Kareena Kapoor Khan and Swara Bhaskara. She was last seen in Neerja that had released more than a year ago. The film proved Sonam’s prowess as an actor and she went on to win a National Award for her moving performance.

Also read: Sonam Kapoor Cannes 2017 makeup decoded: Know how you can recreate her flawless looks

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