Sonam Kapoor is quite vocal when it comes to voicing her opinion on important matters. And the Prem Ratan Dhan Payo actor yet again did not mince any words when she took over the stage at the Agenda 2015. Unlike many of her contemporaries, the 30-year-old actor refuses to live in her own cocoon and never ceases to speaks her mind, whenever needed. With the growing debate on intolerance taking over the country, the Khoobsurat actor was asked about her views on the situation.
intolerance is a very broad term. I have faced racism in many countries. They see brown skin and they judge you. If people from our country can work anywhere in the world, I don’t think there should be any problem that people from other country can’t work in our country,” said the Saawariya actor.
“I think art should be kept separate from politics. I have worked with Fawad in Khoobsurat and I can say that he is a great artist. It is secondary that he is from Pakistan,” she added.
But at the same time, Sonam is of the opinion that there is intolerance in the country and would want a healthy dialogue and discussion.
But as soon as Sonam was asked about Aamir Khan’s remark on intolerance, she jumped to his rescue. She said that the PK actor has been quoted out of context and rather than creating a furore about his comments, it’s important to understand the reason behind his fears.
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