Anil Kapoor may consider Sonam for Indian '24'

Actor Anil Kapoor, who is set to bring the Indian adaption of award-winning American TV series \"24\" to the small screen, says he is willing to cast daughter Sonam Kapoor if there is a role for her.

Published: 29th November 2012 02:39 PM  |   Last Updated: 29th November 2012 02:39 PM   |  A+A-

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By IANS

Actor Anil Kapoor, who is set to bring the Indian adaption of award-winning American TV series "24" to the small screen, says he is willing to cast daughter Sonam Kapoor if there is a role for her.

"If there is a character which suits Sonam or Sonam thinks will suit her, then why not? We will definitely pitch, these days we have to talk to Sonam's managers," the 52-year-old said here Tuesday at the launch of "24."

"24" is an American television series that started in 2001 and ran till 2010, with a total of 192 episodes.

Anil featured in the eighth season of the show as Omar Hassan, president of the fictional Islamic Republic of Kamistan.

Meanwhile, when asked about his personal favourite television show, he said, "I liked 'Buniyaad', which was directed by Ramesh Sippy ji. I loved that."

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