The arrival of Coldplay’s very anticipated video for ‘Hymn For The Weekend’ left Sonam Kapoor’s fans frustrated.
Her scarcely there vicinity in the video as a customarily spruced up Indian lady just added to their grievances about the cliché depiction of India.
However, Sonam Kapoor feels she had motivated motivation to star in the video, regardless of the possibility that it was for three shots.
“Most importantly, I am in a Chris Martin video and I am a fan of Coldplay. When I was in secondary school, I grew up [listening to] Oasis, Coldplay and U2. What’s more, on the off chance that some individual let me know at 16 that I would have been in a video, I would go: ‘Shut up!’,” said Kapoor in a meeting with Gulf News.
In spite of the fact that her operators wasn’t excessively satisfied about the curtness of her appearance in the video, Sonam couldn’t have cared less:
“Be that as it may, I was similar to it’s [expletive] Coldplay, fella. I get VIP access to them perpetually,” said Kapoor.
“So on my birthday, I get the chance to take every one of my companions for a show. I get VIP access to their shows everlastingly and I am going to make them sing “Yellow” to me. This is great. When I was in secondary school, I listened to “Yellow” from Coldplay and “Wonderwall” from Oasis and I used to cry and thought about whether anybody would sing me these tunes to me. What’s more, there I am, doing this video. Everyone is going ahead about these three shots alone,” said Kapoor.
The specialists wasn’t the main individual who was in two personalities about the open door. Her dad, Bollywood hotshot Anil Kapoor additionally didn’t comprehend what the whine was about.
“My father went: ‘Yeh, Coldplay kaun hai’ [who’s this Coldplay?] and I let him know: ‘Suppose somebody from your time — be it the Bangles’ ‘Walk Like An Egyptian’ or Michael Jackson — let you know that they need you to be in their video … This is the 16-year-old Sonam going: [expletive] ya’,” said Kapoor.
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