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Updated: August 7, 2010 15:02 IST

In Passing: Daddy dearest

SUCHITRA BEHAL
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Sonam Kapoor
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Most kids of her age wouldn’t want to be seen dead with their parents. But actor Sonam Kapoor is hoping to be cast opposite her father, Anil Kapoor. “Not because he is my father but because he is such a jhhakas actor,” she said. While she denies any move of being cast in a sequel to Mr. India, she does say that if it does take place she would be over the moon. “My Dad lets me and my sis be. I’ve done one ad with him; now I am craving to act in a film with him.” Wouldn’t she be intimidated? “No I don’t think so. I think I’m okay with dad around the sets. What do I have to hide?” Her other all-time favourite is actor Akshay Kumar, opposite whom she has just done a film. “My bedroom wall is plastered with his pics and to think that I have co-starred with him... it’s a dream,” she signs off.

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