July 1, 2010 02:33:11 PM IST Joginder Tuteja, Bollywood Trade News Network
Sonam Kapoor is pretty vocal when it comes to scathing comments that may come not just for her own films but even those that feature her contemporaries.
"There are 200 people present on sets at any point of time and they work as dogs to make a film happen", Sonam gets emotional here, "There is a lot of effort which is put so that the work comes out well on screen. You get up at 4'o clock in the morning because you have to take a particular shot. You have to sleep well so as to stay healthy. You have to look good all the time. You have to eat well. Nothing in the world of films is easy at all."
Still, for audience it is the final product that matters, no matter the kind of effort that may have gone into creating the visuals on screen. What does Sonam have to say on that?
"See, it is fine if someone doesn't like the film and wants to write about it. Everyone is entitled to his or her opinion. However, before ripping it apart, look at all the aspects of what went into the film. Talk about that as well rather than criticizing it in an out and out negative manner", reasons Sonam.
She adds, "Whether a film does well eventually or not is something that the producer gets impacted most. However, for us actors too, it does hurt. Little bit chubhta toh hai because eventually you make films to show it to people. If that doesn't happen then there is a fair bit of heartache that comes in."
Also starring Sameer Dattani in an important role, I HATE LUV STORYS is a co-production of UTV Motion Pictures and Dharma Productions. With music by Vishal-Shekhar, the film is releasing all over on 2nd July.