Sonam Kapoor was approached for Sobhita Dhulipala’s role in Made In Heaven | Memsaab.com

Soman Kapoor Ahuja’s The Zoya Akhtar released last week and despite decent reviews, the movie didn’t manage to enjoy a successful run at the box office. Speaking about her debut in digital space, the actress revealed that she was offered a role in Made In Heaven.

“I loved the script but unfortunately I couldn’t do it. I think Sobhita did an amazing job, I could not have done justice to it at all. She was really good at it, so I did see a couple of episodes, and I think it was fabulously made,” she added further.

“I loved the script but unfortunately I couldn’t do it. I think Sobhita did an amazing job, I could not have done justice to it at all. She was really good at it, so I did see a couple of episodes, and I think it was fabulously made,” she added further.
She also said that web series require huge commitment regarding dates and she had a commitment phobia before getting married.
 

In a recent talk with Deccan Chronicle, Sonam said that she was approached for Amazon Prime’s Made In Heaven but she didn’t take it as she was busy with marriage preparations.

In a recent talk with Deccan Chronicle, Sonam said that she was approached for Amazon Prime’s Made In Heaven but she didn’t take it as she was busy with marriage preparations.
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She quoted, “I got offered only one thing on the digital space, which was Made in Heaven, and I couldn’t do it because I was getting married. I don’t think I was offered anything since then.”

Recently, during a promotional event of movie The Zoya Factor, Sonam said that she thinks, she is best in comedy films.

Recently, during a promotional event of movie The Zoya Factor, Sonam said that she thinks, she is best in comedy films.
“I think I like to skip genres with every film so, my last few films have been ‘Veere Di Wedding, ‘Ek Ladki Ko Dekha Toh Aisa Laga’, ‘Padman’, ‘Sanju’, ‘Khoobsurat’ and ‘Neerja’. I am lucky enough that directors of those films considered me for those roles. I think I do my best in comedy films but the audience thinks I do better in films like ‘Raanjhanaa’ and ‘Neerja’.