Sonam Kapoor thankful she didn’t Marry Bollywood Celeb

Sonam Kapoor discussed her marriage and said she is thankful that she did not end up marrying “somebody from Bollywood”.

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"It’s all about what’s happening in Bollywood.”

Sonam Kapoor has stated that she is thankful that she did not marry “somebody from Bollywood”.

The actress has been married to businessman Anand Ahuja since 2018 and they divide their time between Delhi and London.

She said that her husband is a feminist like her and has his own views.

Meanwhile, Sonam believes that some people within the film industry have a very limited view of the world.

She elaborated: “I’m really fortunate to have met somebody who is like-minded and a feminist.

“Thank god I didn’t meet somebody who is from the same industry as me because their world view can be very limited.

“It’s all about what’s happening in Bollywood.”

Sonam went on to open up about her marriage with Anand.

“This is the first year that we’ve spent every night together.

“Usually, we travel so much. I’ve realised that we’re obsessed with each other and we have a lot of fun together.”

Sonam Kapoor also spoke about her love for living in London, saying that it gives her a sense of anonymity.

However, she acknowledged that brown people “are everywhere”.

She said: “I was in Scotland and there were Indians, Pakistanis, Bangladeshis and Middle Eastern people everywhere, and they’re all obsessed with Bollywood.”

In London, she says she enjoys the freedom.

“I like the freedom here. I make my own food, clean my own space, shop for my own groceries.”

She went on to talk about her nights in with Anand, revealing that they dress up for homecooked dinners.

However, when it comes to deciding what to watch, they have different preferences.

“He likes to watch basketball and I want to watch The Queen’s Gambit.”

Sonam Kapoor previously opened up about Bollywood’s pay disparity, calling it “ridiculous”.

Sonam had said: “The pay gap is ridiculous.

“I can stand up to it, but then I don’t get those roles, and I’m okay with that. I can afford to do that.

“I realised over the past two or three years that I have no right to judge anybody.

“I’m privileged, so making difficult choices isn’t really f**king difficult.”

Sonam Kapoor will next star in Blind, a remake of a South Korean film of the same name.

Sonam plays a blind police officer who begins investigating a serial killer’s case.

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