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After father Anil, Sonam may try TV

Her actor-producer father Anil Kapoor is attempting to change the face of Indian television with his debut show \"24\" which has received wide appreciation.

Published: 12th October 2013 02:57 PM  |   Last Updated: 12th October 2013 02:57 PM   |  A+A-

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Sonam Kapoor (PTI Photo).

By IANS

Her actor-producer father Anil Kapoor is attempting to change the face of Indian television with his debut show "24" which has received wide appreciation. Now, if a source is to believed, Sonam too is open to working on the small screen.

The charming actress has reportedly received offers to make appearances and to judge reality shows in the past.

"Sonam is very popular among kids, especially teenagers for her fashion sense. So much so that the actress keeps getting offers to make appearances on kids based reality shows," said a source close to the actress.

However, for Sonam to consider such a project seriously, it has to be interesting enough.

"She is open to do television shows when something which interests her comes along," the source added.

After the success of her latest films "Raanjhanaa" and "Bhaag Milkha Bhaag", Sonam is gearing up for her upcoming movie "Khubsoorat", a remake of the Hrishikesh Mukerjee-directed 1980 family drama which starred Rakesh Roshan, Rekha, Ashok Kumar and Dina Pathak.

The remake is being produced by Sonam's father, actor Anil Kapoor, and Shashanka Ghosh is directing it.



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