Sonam Kapoor buys rights for a novel

Actor Sonam Kapoor, who made her debut with Sanjay Leela Bhansali's Saawariya, has acquired the film rights of one of Anuja Chauhan's novels.

The Saawariya girl is in love with this novel because of its female characters.

The Kapoor girl loves to eat and read and what has lured the actress more is the real existence of the characters from the novel.

If a movie in made on this novel, sometime in the future, it would be the third novel based movie after Aisha, which was a modern interpretation of Jane Austen's "Emma" and Saawariya which was based on Fyodor Dostoevsky's short story "White Nights".

Sonam said, "The idea of taking a book and turning the pages I remember have been the biggest high for me. So, it was imperative for me to play something like this before I get too old. It is about modern Indian women who exist in reality but not in Hindi cinema."

The actress was spotted in the national capital, to launch Chauhan's third novel "Those Pricey Thakur Girls" by Harper Collins.

The actress is proud to have played real life characters in Bollywood within a short period of time.

Miss Kapoor said, "I could play a little bit of modern Indian girl in Delhi 6 and Aisha. Both were Delhi girls. One was from Chandni Chowk while the other was from Defence colony and both girls exist."

According to Sonam, reading helps improvises her imagination.

When questioned about her reading habit, she said, "People generally get surprised with women with brains."
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