Looking Back at Masakali, The Song That Made Sonam Kapoor Famous
The actress also said that the song was a symbol of freedom.
Image: A still from the song Masakali.
Remember Sonam Kapoor swaying to the tunes of Oscar-winning music composer A.R. Rahman's Masakali with a pigeon on her head in Delhi-6? The actress says the song made her famous.
Delhi-6, which tells the story of an NRI, who returns with his ailing grandmother to his homeland and gets caught in a bizarre temple-mosque dispute arising out of monkey man menace in the heart of Delhi, clocked eight years of its release on the siver screen on Monday.
"The song that made me famous! I remember this so well, I was young joyful with no worries in the world," Sonam tweeted on Monday.
The Neerja actress also said that the song was a symbol of freedom.
"'Masakali' was a symbol of freedom and love... Abhishek Bachchan and Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra... Eight years of 'Delhi-6'," she added.
The actress will next be seen in "Veere Di Wedding". She will be seen sharing screen space with actresses Kareena Kapoor Khan and Swara Bhaskar.
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