I'm stylish, not sexy: Sonam Kapoor
"I have only been called stylish till now. I can only say that there is a lot of time before I become sexy," the 27-year-old said.
She says its important for every person to show different facets of their personality one by one.
"I think we shouldn't open all our cards at once, somethings should be kept under wraps. So, one thing at a time," she added.
Sonam, who is set to go de-glam in 'Raanjhna', says while many believe she is experimental with her looks, she has donned a simple avatar in most of her films so far.
"Actually, in none of my movies, except for 'Aisha' I have been extremely stylish. In this movie ('Raanjhna') it is a little more simpler. This is actually my third movie where I haven't worn make-up, I am just wearing simple cotton clothes," said Sonam.
"It is just that people tend to remember 'Aisha' and 'I Hate Luv Storys' as my last really stylish movies. This ('Raanjhna') is very simple. It's fun. I don't have to think about my make-up or hair. I just shower and go on the sets, which is amazing," added Sonam, who features opposite southern star Dhanush in the movie.
'Raanjhna' features Sonam in the role of a Delhi girl. She is also busy with Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra's 'Bhaag Milkha Bhaag'.
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