Bollywood is known for its top stars and their whooping remunerations. There are instances when actors refused to take up the role even after the script and the cast impressed them as the remuneration is low. However, young actress Sonam Kapoor set an example by working for free in one of her projects just trusting the script and team.
Into details, the actress hit to the news with the Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra’s autobiography ‘The Stranger In The Mirror’. Specifying the actress’s dedication toward her work, the director went all praise for Sonam as she accepted to play the guest appearance for a princely sum of Rs. 11 only for her brief portrayal of Biro, the fictional muse of Milkha Singh in ‘Bhaag Milkha Bhaag’.
Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra also added that she lit up the screen every time she appeared in the film. Sonam also has fond memories of the film and has said that “I am the tadka in the film”.