Q: Which Kapoor do you finally go with?
If I say that I will ruin it for the film. You will have to watch it.
Q: How was your on-screen chemistry with Fawad?
Fawad is fantastic. He is a very talented actor. I was very surprised and happy with the spontaneity he and I managed to bring on screen in the scenes we have together. I know he is a big star and there have been several women who have come to me and said, ‘Oh, you are working with Fawad! It is so exciting!’ He is very down-to-earth and a very sweet guy.
Q: Tell us about your role in Kapoor & Sons?
I play the role of the audience in the film because it is about the relationships that they share with one another. But I also have my own problems and relationship traumas as a character from what I have been through. Tia is the lightness in the film, she is happy and always playing pranks on people, but there is also a lot of depth in her character coming from what she has been through and lived and learned from. It’s an ensemble cast so there is no main hero or heroine. Each and every character has a different story to tell.
Q: So, is the film a love triangle?
‘Kapoor & Sons’ isn’t a love triangle. It is more about family dynamics and different relationships and how they can take over. There is romance there, of course, but that isn’t the main storyline. My favourite love triangles are ‘Dil Toh Pagal Hai’ and ‘Kuch Kuch Hota Hai’.